February 22, 2022

Is it usual to be constantly stressed when divorcing?

The conflicting emotions caused by divorce and resolving vital issues around finance and children invariably impact on the wellbeing of those involved. Sadly, you are not alone in feeling anxious all the time. Released by a hormone called cortisol, stress triggers heightened levels of breathing and increased heart rate. Over prolonged periods it can affect […]

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