Getting divorced is a hard process even if you are the one who initiates it. If you are the one who wants the divorce, you may be experiencing feelings of guilt, shame or regret. If your partner wants to end the marriage, you may feel angry, abandoned or betrayed. It’s not uncommon for you to feel lonely, lost or scared. Divorce Recovery Support Groups offers an opportunity for participants to feel connected and supported, while realizing that they are not alone during this difficult process.
Safe Non-Judgmental Venue
A safe and non-judgmental atmosphere allows group members to share experiences and resources that will be helpful while going through a divorce. Group members offer each other guidance and help as you figure out how to start rebuilding your life. You can learn how to better care for yourself as you cope with this difficult transition. You can also learn new ways to emotionally move forward with your ex and work on how to peacefully co-parent together (if you have children.)
Grieving Process and Empathy
Breakups can be difficult depending on the length of time and emotional investment into the relationship. The thoughts and feelings that people generally experience may be rejection, sadness, anger, guilt and other feelings that are associated with the grieving process. Group members understand and empathize with the common issues and concerns related to this difficult period. Divorce recovery support groups can help you work through this mourning and healing process and move to a place of acceptance.
Learning Valuable Lessons
Divorce Recovery Support Groups helps you learn more about yourself in relationships. The therapist and group help you become more conscious and aware of how you contributed to your marriage both in a positive and negative way. The more you understand how the choices you made affected the relationship, the better you’ll be able to learn from your mistakes. Members can help you identify areas you need to work on, as well as point out your strengths.
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