Recharging Your Batteries after Divorce and Finding Inner Peace

couple kissing-marriage-happy

Divorce can be one of the most difficult and emotionally draining experiences a person can go through. After ending a relationship, it can be difficult to find inner peace and emotional balance. The emotional rollercoaster of dealing with a divorce can leave you feeling exhausted, depressed, and anxious. This blog post will explore how to recharge your emotional batteries after a divorce, and provide tips on how to find inner peace and regain emotional balance in your life.

I felt like I had no control over my life

When I got divorced, I felt completely helpless. I had been in a relationship and marriage for over a decade, and suddenly I was single again. Dating felt out of the question and I had no idea what my future would look like. The breakup was especially hard on me because I felt like I had no control over the situation. I was completely at the mercy of another person’s decisions and it was a scary place to be. All I could do was accept the fact that my life was going to change drastically and try to cope with it the best way I could.

I was exhausted all the time

After my divorce, I was a complete wreck. My marriage had been on the rocks for a while, but I never expected it to end in divorce. The breakup left me feeling like I had no control over my life. I was exhausted all the time and could barely muster up enough energy to make it through the day. I tried dating again, but all of my relationships felt so shallow and empty. Nothing was as fulfilling as my marriage had been. I was anxious and depressed, and all I wanted was to feel happy and at peace again.

I was anxious and depressed

After my divorce, I felt overwhelmed by all the emotions that came with it. It felt like I was just stuck in a never-ending spiral of sadness and anxiety. My mind was always preoccupied with thoughts of the breakup, the marriage that had failed, and the relationships I had lost. I felt like I had no control over my life and could not find a way out of the negative loop of emotions.

My family and friends were a great source of support, but no matter how hard they tried to encourage me and cheer me up, nothing seemed to make me feel better. I was constantly questioning myself and my decisions, which only added to the anxiousness I already felt. The fear of getting into another relationship or even dating again kept me from reaching out to new people or pursuing any kind of personal growth.

I knew I needed to make some changes in my life if I wanted to get out of this dark place, but it was hard to find the strength and motivation to do so. I was exhausted all the time and it felt like I was simply existing, rather than living. But eventually, I found the courage and determination to take the first step.

I decided to make some changes

After my divorce, I felt lost and disconnected. I had been in a long-term marriage and suddenly found myself on my own. My breakup left me feeling empty and scared. I was unsure how to start dating again or how to even begin to think about rebuilding relationships.

To start healing and recovering, I knew I needed to make some changes in my life. I had been stuck in a cycle of low energy, anxiety, and depression, and I wanted to find ways to break out of it. I made the decision to start putting more effort into taking care of myself.

I started meditating every day, exercising regularly, and doing yoga. I also committed to taking time for activities that I enjoyed and made me feel happy. These little changes made a huge difference in my outlook on life and helped me to begin to see the positive side of the divorce and the breakup.

I found that once I started taking better care of myself and focusing on activities that gave me joy, I was able to break away from the negative thoughts that had been holding me back. I finally felt like I was in control of my life and was able to start moving forward.


If you have gone through a breakup, marriage, or divorce, it is normal to feel overwhelmed, exhausted, anxious, and depressed. It is important to give yourself the time and space you need to recharge your batteries. Even if it feels like you have no control over your life, remember that you always have the power to make changes.

No matter what stage of your relationship journey you are in, Coach Brad is here to help you. He has extensive experience in helping individuals find their inner peace after a breakup, marriage, or divorce. If you have further questions or would like to get started on your journey of self-discovery and healing, please reach out and call us today.