You never thought you’d be divorced and starting over again.
When you said “I do,” you thought it would be forever. Married life was good for a while, but then your partner changed, and not for the better. Or you learned the truth that had been hidden from you for too long, and it hurt.
You tried to stay and make it work. But a part of you knew this relationship wasn’t what was best for you anymore. Ending your marriage was never what you wanted, but you knew it was what you needed.
You’ve already been through a lot. And you thought you’d be ok once your partner moved out or the divorce was finalized. But that’s when the grief, sadness, and fear really set in. Now, you worry about your future and wonder if you will ever be happy again.
A part of you is ready to move on, but a part of you is still holding on.
Whether you are ready to move on, but you feel broken inside. Or you feel like your current relationship with your ex is getting in the way of creating a new life. Divorce counseling can help.
I help men and women make sense of their marriage ending and heal from the pain of divorce. In doing so, you gain clarity on what you most need and release the stories and habits that are no longer helping you. So you can go from surviving to thriving after your divorce.
Are you interested in working with a counselor or therapist?
Are you are trying to decide if divorce is the next best step for you? Or are you trying to manage the grief and fear that comes with divorce? Or do you want to boost your confidence and self-worth when you start over in another relationship?
Consider working with a counselor who specializes in discernment and divorce counseling. Schedule your free 15-minute phone consult with me, and determine if working with a counselor near you will help you find happiness, peace, and confidence again.
For more information on discernment & divorce recovery:
- How to Decide Whether to Stay or Leave a Relationship
- Self-Love to Release Divorce Shame
- Growing Through Divorce
- Moving Through Grief of Divorce So You Can Thrive
- Dating After Divorce: Getting Yourself Ready
- Top 3 Ways to Cope with Divorce Didn’t Want
- When Your Spouse Wants a Divorce & You Don’t
- Make Co-Parenting with Your Ex Less Stressful
- What is a Collaborative Divorce?