First 100 Words
Unraveling the fabric of a shared life is rarely simple or easy. Even the most amicable divorces involve tremendous emotional and financial upheaval. And the reason that it can be so difficult to endure is that the most immediate and profound effect of divorce is loss: Loss of a shared future, Loss of financial and emotional security, Loss of shared experiences, Loss of familiar routines, Loss of possessions, Loss of friendships, Loss of children, Loss of identity.
Recognizing and accepting loss is a giant step toward recovery. In many ways, a divorce is the death and rebirth of your own life. It’s a journey that can take years to complete . . .
When To Use
Emotions and loss; legalities; avoiding unnecessary conflict; seeking support; taking care of yourself; refocusing your energy; avoiding unhealthy coping behaviors; forgiving yourself. Moving forward.
How to Use
Client sessions, counseling, waiting rooms.