Okay, you have been through a rough patch, a marriage that didn’t go the way you wished it to and has now ended in your serration from your partner. This has to possibly be the most painful experience of all times, so what now? The crying and moaning is over. You have to get back on your feet and back to loving your life. The time has come to do things all over again, like a teenager.
The first step, post the divorce, is to make slight changes. One of the first things that most women end up changing is their hairstyle. Hair is more than just a part of the human anatomy, for a woman, it represents an emotional attachment. And a change in a hairstyle represents change- both physically and emotionally. The next obvious change that most women resort to is their wardrobe. So, the obvious thing to do here is to head to the mall and splurge on yourself. Since you are not married anymore, why should you look the part? Feel adventurous and do not stop yourself from experimenting and going all out. Think you can carry off shorter and tighter skirts? That’s precisely what you need to do to lift your spirits. Another great tip while you are shopping is to try to add more colours in your wardrobe. You should try and buy those colours that you may have been in two minds about. Do not shy away from trying bold and loud colours. You never know, maybe you have still not discovered a side of you that exists. That said, this in no way means that you should go from looking sophisticated and stylish to looking like a streetwalker.
Another suggestion is to buy yourself an extremely fancy dress and spend the evening at a place that you would not normally go to before the divorce like the opera or a fancy restaurant, This will give you the opportunity to not only be part of a new social setting, but will also give you a reason to dress up and look gorgeous again.
You should try to get back on the dating radar as soon as you feel you are up for it. There is no hurry to commit to anyone, just yet. This is a good way to meet new people, go out to new places and most importantly, to remind you that you have every reason to enjoy your life.