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How can you save your career during divorce?

On Behalf of | Jan 13, 2021 | Divorce |

Maintaining your career is hard work. Going through a divorce can create challenges. Juggling both at the same time can cause stress and uncertainty about your future. Recognizing that your career is vital to your ability to move forward, learning to work around your divorce to continue your success at work becomes a necessity.

Finding an appropriate balance can give you the confidence to handle your divorce with poise while also developing your professional career and excelling in the workplace.

Finding your focus

One of the most important things you can do is to designate time to deal with your divorce that falls outside of working hours. Schedule all divorce-related communication to occur when you have a break or a day off. Creating this separation early on can help you find and maintain your focus at work so you can continue to perform your job to the best of your ability.

While you do not want to overshare the details of your divorce, having support and understanding can help you feel less concerned about your divorce interfering with your job. According to Working Mother, disclose your circumstances to your boss. This can hopefully encourage understanding and flexibility if you have a divorce-related need that takes you away from work.

Setting new goals

Your divorce will open the door of opportunity for you to redesign your future. Focusing on setting goals and strategizing your success can help you to stay optimistic despite your circumstances. Some of your goals may involve career growth. You can participate in trainings and educational opportunities to help you refine your skills and develop new competencies. Your divorce does not have to mean the end of a successful career.


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