Divorce is the hardest test for both people who once loved each other. A divorce process that occurs during a woman's pregnancy can give her a double blow. It is very difficult to cope with the feelings, pain and resentment that always accompany a break in relations with a loved one. To survive a divorce during pregnancy, you first need to believe in yourself, not lose heart and think about the health of the unborn baby.
First of all, try to analyze the current situation and find out the reasons that prompted you to divorce your husband. If a man could not cope with the responsibility entrusted to him even before the birth of the baby, think about whether you need such an unreliable companion in life? After all, a truly loving husband and caring father should support his wife and child in any, even the most difficult situations.
Do not blame yourself for the upcoming or already completed divorce, do not reproach yourself for not being able to keep your husband and keep your family. Realizing any mistakes in your behavior will not make it easier for you anyway. Think better about the fact that leaving the family does not paint a man who has not coped with the whims and quibbles of his pregnant wife or the thought of his imminent fatherhood.
Answer for yourself this question: "What is better: to get a divorce or live in marriage with constant quarrels, scandals, insults and nagging?" Remember that parents are the most respected people in a child's life, whose behavior he sets as an example. And what can a kid learn, constantly watching mom and dad squabbles?
In no case do not withdraw into yourself and do not seek solitude. On the contrary, try to be more often in the company of your closest friends and family. Feel free to talk to them about your concerns. Truly close people will always understand you, support you, distract you from dark thoughts and make it clear that you will never be left alone.
Don't expect divorce during pregnancy to be easy. Thinking about your future baby will help you calm down and will not let you go limp. Over time, there will be no trace of feelings, pain and resentment. And being close to the closest, dear and beloved person, your baby, will surely fill your life with happiness, give confidence in yourself and your strength.