If you have been a stay-at-home mom for years and are getting divorced, you are probably stressing out about finances. While you might get some court-ordered support from your soon-to-be-ex-husband, it might not be enough or last forever. 

Amidst all the difficulties of divorce, you may need to think about getting back into the workforce. While this might seem daunting, it is possible! Remember, you are a strong and capable woman. Follow these tips to get back in the game. 

1. Get help from your friends and family 

Tapping into your personal network is one of the most effective ways to find a new job opportunity. Inform employers that you are looking for a specific position and ask if they have any connections. Ask your working friends to take a look at your resume and help you edit it because it has probably been awhile since you last worked on it. 

2. Utilize online tools

The internet is your friend when it comes to finding a new job. First, it is a great resource for resume and interview tips. Secondly, you can also find job openings in your area through search engines. You can also utilize social media sites like LinkedIn to network with other professionals. 

3. Believe in yourself

Perhaps the most important part of getting back to work is having self-confidence. Think back to your professional life before you had children. You can also be proud of the effort of caring for your kids. According to Vogue, spending years caring for your children can be the perfect preparation for getting a job after divorce. You likely have a lot of skills, and you are a hard worker, so do not doubt yourself. 

Now is the time to recognize your strengths and bounce back from adversity. You have a better chance of getting back to work if you follow these three tips.