Take care of your siblings and let them take care of you. Nobody can understand what you are going through as well as your siblings, as they are experiencing the same pain. Make each other strong by discussing a positive future. Do not let the current circumstances make you lose hope of a better tomorrow.
Stop thinking about your parents being divorced, as it will only make you feel more miserable. Build up a routine to distract yourself from the current situation. Go out for soccer practice, play online multiplayer games, hang out with friends, watch movies, etc. It is good to take a break from reality every once in a while.
Do not blame yourself for your parents being divorced. It is natural to feel guilty for something that you may not even be responsible for, especially when the situation gets really bad. However, you need to keep reminding yourself that your parents got divorced because of their own reasons, which have got nothing to do with you. Even if they try to get you thinking that they did it because of you, ask yourself if their getting a divorce is more beneficial for you or if their staying together and keeping the family complete and intact would have been of greater benefit to you. Do not blame yourself for their selfish action.
Understand that just because you parents are divorced, you have not lost any parent. You will continue to have a father and mother. Stay involved with them irrespective of the family dynamics.
Do not be afraid or hesitant to express your feelings. Keeping the emotions locked up inside will only make the situation worse for you. Tell your parents, siblings and friends how you feel. If possible, start visiting a therapist.
You need to be patient with the changes. Things are bound to change after your parents get divorced. These can include having to move to a new house, split custody, step-parents, etc.