Pregnancy And Divorce

The sad reality in this life is that divorce can happen to anyone, even if the couple does not want to get one. Unfortunately, some couples are not meant to stay forever. These are the people who will only have endless fights and arguments the more they remain together. Because of this, there is nothing left for them to go but to part ways.



Since divorce can happen to anyone at any time, it is proper to say that the separation can still take place even if the wife is pregnant. If you find yourself in a similar situation, do not fret because there are still some things that you can do about it. Be sure to follow some of the tips and tricks so that you could survive divorce even during your pregnancy:


Understand The Situation

Cliché as it may sound but the saying that there is a reason for everything still holds true at this time. Learn how to assess what took place in the marriage so that you could have a deeper understanding of the situation. Try to think of all the possible reasons or causes why the marriage failed. Knowing what went wrong can help you a lot in the moving on process.




Think Of The Baby

Moving on requires motivation or inspiration. Fortunately for you, all you have to do is to think of your beloved child inside your womb. Remember that whatever you are going to feel can affect his development or growth. Because of this, it is imperative for you to practice controlling your emotions. In so doing, you decrease the risk of miscarriage or complications in your pregnancy.


Get Some Help

Dealing with a divorce while you are pregnant may feel exhausting and draining. There will be days when you would lose interest to continue with your life. When this happens, do not hesitate to get some help from those who are close to your heart. Crystal Clancy, LMFT says “If you need help with this, seek out a therapist, support group, or a self-help book.” Give them an opportunity to offer their assistance to you. For sure, they will appreciate it if you will call for help from them. Carla Marie Greco, PhD and Clinical Psychologist agrees, “It’s always a good idea to have a regular source of support during any major life transition.”




Try New Hobbies

Be sure to invest your time in checking out new activities or hobbies. Take some time to discover a new passion. When it comes to choosing new stuff to try, always put in mind that you are an expecting mother. This means that the activities must be safe for the baby. Remember to seek medical advice first before engaging in strenuous physical activities. Always keep in mind that your baby’s safety must be the top priority.


“Choices generally deemed as positive, like marrying or starting a family, are not the only ones subject to social influence. Break-ups are as well.” Theresa E DiDonato Ph.D. wrote. Realizing that your marriage has ended while you are pregnant is a painful experience. It will make your heartache for a long time. However, you must not stay that way especially when there is a baby that is coming your way. Whenever you feel sadness and grief, just remind yourself of the gift of a new baby in the future.  It may seem that everything is a mess right now, but it will be okay soon. Believe in your strength. Believe in yourself.