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Support may be necessary to deal with New Jersey divorce

Divorce can bring a myriad of emotions upon a person, causing depression or even anxiety. Some New Jersey residents in the midst of a difficult marital split may find the services of a therapist or other knowledgeable party extremely helpful. If the split turns acrimonious, a mediator is also another option that can open the lines of communication and ease the toll a difficult divorce can take on a person.

Women, in particular, tend to struggle with divorce. Some women may find themselves in need of financial advice, while others tend to seek emotional support. Many women turn to family members and friends in their time of need. A strong support system is integral to any difficult life event, but during a divorce family members may push someone into a decision they are not ready to make.

Finding an objective therapist can not only help both sides deal with their split, it could also help diagnose health issues related to it. When children are part of the marriage, family therapists could also be a worthwhile investment. They can assess the children's current emotional state and offer appropriate treatment, while also working in tangent with one's legal team to help with custody arrangements.

New Jersey women who are aware of the resources available to them may find they have an easier time going through the process. Seeking out such services could also help with children struggling to deal with the separation of their parents. Whether it is mental health services or finding a legal professional, both could likely help when facing the challenges a divorce can often bring.

Source: The Naperville Sun, "Helping women through divorce," Angela Bender, Feb. 28, 2013

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