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Avoid reaching for junk food during divorce

Ending a marriage can take a toll on individuals in more ways than they may expect. Some Washington residents may think that they will not see any negative repercussions because divorce is what they want. However, the process can be more stressful than anticipated, so it is important that parties take care of themselves during this time.

When individuals start to feel stressed and overwhelmed, it is common for stress-related eating to come into play. Unfortunately, eating junk food can make people feel worse instead of better. As a result, divorcing parties may want to pay attention to what they eat during this time. Rather than reaching for the ice cream or potato chips, it may be smarter to snack on fresh fruit, vegetables and other healthy foods that can actually boost one's mood.

It is also helpful to talk through feelings during this time. Even if someone believes that divorce is for the best, it still means that a major life change is taking place, and talking about those changes and the effects they are having is important. In some cases, ending a marriage, even an unhappy one, can be more painful than expected, and having a support system is often beneficial.

The legal process involved with divorce can be more complex than many people imagine. This realization is not uncommon as many Washington residents likely do not know what a case will entail. Before starting this journey and throughout the proceedings, it makes good sense to have legal support from experienced attorneys who can answer questions and offer guidance.

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