I'm sorry to hear you are going through a difficult time after your recent divorce. This must be an emotionally challenging situation. Here are some suggestions that may help:
Give yourself time and space to process the end of your marriage. Divorce is a major life change and it's normal to experience a range of emotions. Be patient with yourself.
Lean on your support system. Spend time with close friends and family who can listen and offer comfort. Their company can help ease loneliness.
Stay busy and engaged. Pursue hobbies, work, exercise or volunteer work to keep your mind occupied in this transition period. Having activities to focus on can help with coping.
Consider counseling or a divorce support group. Speaking with a professional therapist or connecting with others experiencing similar situations can provide perspective.
Focus on self-care and well-being. Make sure you're eating well, exercising, and getting enough rest during this stressful time. Taking care of yourself will help you get through it.
Be there for your daughter. She likely also needs support adjusting to the changes. Spend quality time together and keep communication open. Your bond can be a great source of mutual comfort.
Refrain from rushing into a new relationship prematurely. Take time for self-reflection first. When you’re ready, new relationships will still be possible.
This is undoubtedly a difficult situation, but remember it is temporary. With time, support and self-care, you can emerge from this transition period stronger. My best to you.