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Coping with divorce can be one of life’s most difficult challenges. The emotional turmoil is often compounded if children are involved and can leave many people completely distraught and uncertain of which way to turn and what to do next. It is a complex and difficult scenario that unfortunately more and more people are going through.
“I guess we both knew our marriage was over, but it was the kids that was the heart wrenching element. We would be OK, but they couldn’t understand it and that made it ten times harder.”
Why Divorce is Difficult
The problem is that once each individual is entrenched in their own mindset as to where the problem lies, it can make matters much worse. It is not uncommon for people to have outbursts of genuine anger and wanting revenge, or having emotional issues that are affecting sleep and life in general. Moving on with your life can also become difficult, because when married, a habitual lifestyle is the norm, which then evaporates when divorced.
There may well be specific reasons that a once loving couple ends up divorced, it may well simply be that they have grown apart. Whatever the reasons, the fact remains that all parties that are affected by a divorce need their own form of help. Divorce counselling offers the support and help that’s needed.
Help Coping with Divorce
So how does divorce counselling help with coping with divorce? Simply by using tried and tested techniques to help you create positive new routines, deal with your emotions and move forward with your life. Divorce counselling can make the difference between being stuck in a rut and feeling low and moving forward with a renewed vigour.
Please do contact me to learn more about how I can help you. I offer in-person or online sessions and free no-obligation initial consultations.