Keeping your life together while you are getting divorced can feel like a massive feat at times, especially at work. You may be depressed, upset, or worried about the future, all of which can make it difficult to keep your cool. Continue reading for some tips on how to handle your divorce at work.
Making Things Easier at Work
The last thing you want while you are at work is to constantly be confronted by conversations about your divorce. Therefore, you should be careful with who you talk about your divorce with while at work. While it is a good idea to inform your supervisor, you may not want to share this information with all of your co-workers, so try to avoid venting while at work. Otherwise, it may turn into a frequent topic of conversation, which can become distracting for you.
Another way for you to cultivate a more productive work environment is to remove any items that may remind you of your ex. If you work at a desk, chances are you may have some photos or other personal items decorating the surface. Now is the time to update your environment and put away anything that may not be good for productivity.
Lastly, it is important not to take any calls or reply to any texts from your ex while at work. Engaging in these conversations can be a surefire way to completely ruin your day and interfere with your ability to do your job. Unless it is an emergency, try to save these exchanges for when you are off the clock. If you are worried that your lack of a response will further add to any hostility, simply let your ex know that you will respond once you are off work.
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