Going through a high-asset divorce can be a challenging situation because of the property division aspects of the case. You might find that you are having trouble dealing with the constant state of chance and the pressure to make decisions that come with this situation. This is understandable, but you can't let it control the rest of your life.
The decisions that you make now, including those that are part of your divorce and the ones regarding your new life, can have a big impact on your entire future. It is a good idea to take a step back and think about how things will affect you in the long term. This might not be easy, but it might give you the perspective you need to do what is in your best interests.
One mistake that some people make during their divorce is trying to jump into another relationship too soon. You might feel lonely and want to find someone to fill that void. Before you do this, make sure that you are happy with yourself. This isn't easy, but you may find that feeling surer of yourself helps you to deal with all of the changes that came with the divorce.
During your marriage, you might have focused on activities that you and your ex both found enjoyable. Now that you are divorcing, you can begin to do things that you enjoy without considering what your ex thinks. Just remember that you have to find things that you can afford on your income alone because you no longer have your spouse's to count on. Using the property division process to get the best financial footing for your new life may also be beneficial.