Divorce is a loss of connection and it is painful. You must go through an arief method that includes denial, sadness and anger. It takes about a year to depend on suffering and anger and depends on your consent. Once you have reached the level of verification, you may find yourself invalid; You're no longer sad or angry, so where are you from here? This is the point in your adaptation since a mental attitude change is necessary if you are going to be happy as a single person. Included here is a list of mental exercises that help you make this attitude change in happiness after divorce.
* Set aside 5 minutes a day to reflect on the gratitude for those feelings
* Develop a "gratitude attitude"
* Make a list of past and present achievements
* Decide what happiness means to you: more time, more money, more friends, fewer problems
* Think about good things in your life taken for granted
* Record a list of little things that will make you happy
* Look at What You Think and How You Can Think Differently About them
To create happiness, you must first decide what happiness means to you as an individual. Imagine that nothing or nobody can make you happy and external circumstances can not make you happy if you have not chosen to be happy. Regardless of the external situation in life, we can congratulate ourselves on acknowledging that it is internal, not a circumstance. You must always have stress and challenges in life and it is important to remember that circumstances are perceived by our beliefs. Happiness is an attitude.
Regardless of the external circumstances that cause stress, you can make good progress by doing things that give you pleasure and pleasure. You can be happy after divorce if you decide to be happy rather than waiting for the situation to change.
Wayne Dyer, author of your "wrong post" said "there's no way to happiness – happiness is the way."