One of the most important things to remember when going through a divorce is that you are never alone. You might feel like you are alone, but there are family members and friends who are willing to help you navigate the stressful waters of divorce. You just have to ask. Some people are uncomfortable offering help because they don't want to overstep their bounds.
The first thing you need to do is allow yourself to experience your emotions. Do not try to keep it all bottled up inside you. This will only cause you to suffer a mental or emotional breakdown eventually. Express your emotions to friends, family members, a psychologist or anyone else who will listen.
You don't have to tackle the divorce by yourself. Remember that you should be open to asking for help when you need it. You might not need help right off the bat, but it there will come a time when you could use a second set of hands, eyes, and ears.
Talking is very important. Talk to anyone who will listen about your divorce or what you are experiencing. Talk to a neighbor. Talk to a cousin or aunt. Talk to a friend. Talk to a doctor. Seek help through professional channels if talking to a friend or family member is not helping you deal with the divorce appropriately.
Divorce is a serious life event that should never be handled alone. Enlist the help of anyone around you who is willing, especially if you have children. You are going to need it and it is in no way a sign of weakness.