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Handling work duties while going through military divorce

Processing the end of a marriage is never an easy task, and, for those in Texas who are also juggling work responsibilities, it is easy to feel as though the ball is being dropped in one court or the other. Adopting coping strategies for moving through a military divorce is critical to success. The following tips are offered to help spouses take care of both their divorce needs and their work obligations.

Success begins by setting boundaries and sticking to those decisions. Work hours should be reserved for work, and divorce tasks should be handled before or after that part of one's day. It is also important to create a work space that is conducive to productivity. Keeping family photos on one's desk or wall will only serve to remind a worker of the changes to come in his or her family structure, which can quickly devolve into lost hours spent mourning the family's happier times.

Another way to help prevent divorce concerns from seeping into one's work day is to identify things that serve as mood boosters and make use of those tools as needed. When thoughts turn toward the end of a marriage, having a playlist of favorite upbeat songs on one's desktop can make it far easier to get back on track. For some, taking brief breaks to head outside and get some fresh air and exercise is a great way to refresh the brain and prepare to focus on work.

Perhaps the most important thing for Texas residents to remember during a military divorce is that the process is not indefinite. There will be a distinct end to the divorce process, beyond which one can turn his or her attention toward shaping a new life as a single person. Finding ways to stay focused on work obligations during a tumultuous personal time can make a world of difference on later success and happiness.

Source: businessinsider.com, "8 tips for surviving the workday when you're going through a divorce", Jacquelyn Smith, April 27, 2016

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