Divorce is hard. It involves a roller coaster of emotions that can be confusing and heartbreaking. Divorce is sometimes inevitable and might serve as the best option for healthy living. However, that does not mean it will be easy to deal with. Having professional divorce counseling can help you succeed at this time of your life.
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The Benefits of Divorce Counseling
Divorce counseling is intended to help navigate through the decisions and the stressors of divorce. There are many benefits to receiving counseling after and during a divorce. Because often the relationship between a divorced couple is not over, due to children and other shared relationships, counseling is critical. Divorce counseling often includes child/children as well. Experiencing a divorce is hurtful and can be just as damaging to the child/children. Having a counselor available to help process their thoughts and emotions in a safe and productive way can be valuable for living a productive life.
Warning Signs That You Need Help
Divorce counseling is proven to help anyone who is going through a divorce, but it is especially helpful for people whose mental wellness is suffering as a result of the divorce. If you are having suicidal thoughts, unable to function at work or in life, or unable to take care of yourself/children, you need to seek help. Watch for other warning signs such as:
- Difficulty sleeping
- A loss of appetite
- Withdrawing from loved ones and friends
- Increased Anxiety
- Inability to make decisions
- Rapid weight loss or gain
- A sense of unworthiness
- Extreme sadness
- Feelings of guilt
Don’t hesitate to set up a free 15 minute consultation with your Integrated Counseling and Wellness therapist.