Extreme apprehension is a common symptom of divorce stress syndrome. Both during and after a divorce, your fear levels can shoot to intense heights of confusion or brain fog. You may feel unbalanced or lost, and your body may react by kicking your “fight or flight” mode, a common symptom of anxiety.

This anxiety can lead to both physical and psychological difficulties.

What are the signs of Divorce Stress Syndrome?

  • Difficulty sleeping.
  • Elevated blood pressure.
  • Changes in appetite.
  • Physical aches and pains, particularly in the shoulders, neck or back.
  • Withdrawal from friends and family.
  • Decreased efficiency and loss of focus.
  • Excessive worrying.
  • Depression.
  • Anxiety and/or panic attacks.
  • An overwhelming feeling of distrust.

So what can you do to avoid or mitigate the effects of Divorce Stress Syndrome?   Uncertainty can often increase the overwhelming feelings of Divorce Stress Syndrome.    As you are going through the divorce process itself, you are typically faced with the most qualms about child support, parenting time, alimony, division of assets and debts, and more.

It is at this time you have the utmost need for an attorney you can trust, who is attentive to you and your case, who is available when you need answers or reassurance and realizes and works with you while you go through some or all of the Divorce Stress Syndrome signs set forth above.

The attorneys at Edens Law Group are all well versed in Divorce Stress syndrome and are vigilant in watching for the signs.  This knowledge helps them help you- whether it is a referral to a doctor or mental health professional, or simply understanding that at times you are going to be worried, anxious and distrustful.  Give one f our knowledgeable attorneys a call at 908 879 9499.