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Do you know what smart women do after a divorce?

Divorce is not easy on either partner, male or female. It does not matter how long you were married. It does not matter how much money you have. Going through a divorce can and will turn your life upside down. Even if you are glad that the relationship is over, you will still face challenges.

Some women don't know what to do after a divorce. They sit around, think about the future, and wonder how they will ever get their life back on track. And then there are those who have a plan for a better life. These women know what they are doing, what they want to accomplish, and how to reach their goals.

Here are three things smart women do after a divorce:

-- They don't feel sorry for themselves for too long. There is nothing wrong with looking at the past and wondering what went wrong. However, you don't want to dwell on this for too long, as it can begin to drag you down.

-- Accept the economic changes. Many women who divorce find that their financial situation has changed. As challenging as this may be, you need to assess your situation to understand what the future holds. Tip: develop a five or 10-year financial plan.

-- Understand that they did their best. Don't look at divorce as a failure. You did your best to make things work, but for one reason or another you were unable to make progress. You did your best to save the relationship, and that is all that counts.

Smart women do these things after divorce, as they can help them get their life back on track.

Source: The Huffington Post, "What Smart Women Do After Divorce," accessed Sep. 02, 2015

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