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Going through the process of divorce is not easy. You have no idea how your life will change after the judge has granted the final decree of divorce. During the proceedings, a lot of things may give you stress. You may find it difficult to deal with your other spouse as the case is pending in court or talk to your children about the breakup of their parents. There is a tendency that you may easily get annoyed with your friends who keep on asking questions about the problems in your marital relations. You may also feel a lot of pressure for yourself in cases where your relatives and other loved ones are not in favor of the divorce.

All these can cause you a lot of emotional pain and suffering. The good news is that there is something that you can do about it. You do not have to experience all the bad days while the case is pending in court. One of the activities that can keep you busy and happy is to read books. Attorneys in Waukesha suggest reading to calm your nerves and add spice in your life.

Getting Past Your Breakup: How to Turn a Devastating Loss into the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You

The title alone speaks a lot about the book. Susan Elliott, who has undergone the process of divorce and was able to bounce back from it, wrote this book in 2009. The famous tip from this well-written piece is the “no contact rule” wherein readers are encouraged to have a minimal level of communication to their partners. In fact, it was highly suggested in the book that it is better to have no communication at all especially when there is really no reason to get in touch.

The Courage To Be a Single Mother: Becoming Whole Again After Divorce

The Courage to Be a Single Mother book by Sheila Ellison.

This is the perfect book that will open the eyes of every woman to the fact that she can make it through the divorce and be a single mother to her children. The thought of raising children all by yourself can make you feel weak and afraid but this book will help you get over it. The writer of this book, Sheila Ellison, will offer you compassion, support and strength just when you need it the most.

The Divorce Diet

“It’s not how much you have to lose – but what you’ve got to gain.” This is what Ellen Hawley wants to remind you. Her novel will teach you how to reinvent everything in your life to become better and bolder. It will inspire you to find your own passion and search for that silver lining during the divorce. Just because you have decided to end things with your partner does not mean that your life will end.