Navigating a divorce can be stressful, time-consuming, and occupy your mind at all hours of the day, distracting you when you should be focused on other important matters of the day, such as work. There are ways for you to stay focused during the workday, however, so continue reading for a list of tips that can help get you through it.
How to Focus on Work During a Divorce
Divorce can be distracting, but the world still turns and you will be expected to perform your job duties. One important step you should take is to let your immediate supervisor know that you are going through the process of ending your marriage. If you have any upcoming mediation sessions or court dates, this may affect your schedule at work, so the sooner you inform your boss, the better.
That said, you may want to be more discerning when it comes to discussing your divorce with other work colleagues. If everyone at work is aware of your divorce, you may end up facing a barrage of questions regarding its progress, which can distract you from your work, so it is best to hold back on sharing this information.
Here are some additional tips that may help you during this difficult time:
- Try to set some boundaries regarding divorce-related messages. Unless there is an emergency, you should wait to respond to these messages until after work. Otherwise, you might get pulled into a conversation that may be too emotional for you to handle in the middle of your workday.
- Caring for your mental well-being is important, so be sure to seek support outside of work. If you have friends and family to vent to, you will be better able to focus on your job.
- Make time for your allotted breaks. If you are having a particularly difficult day, taking a break may give you the reset you need to keep going.
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