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Coping with a Breakup or Divorce
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By Joanna Kleovoulou, Clinical Psychologist

With almost 50% of all marriages ending in divorce, most of us have been affected directly or indirectly by this stressful life event. When a marriage or significant relationship ends, it can turn your entire world upside down and trigger painful feelings. A divorce or break-up represents the loss, not just of the relationship, but also of shared dreams, promises and the support whether financial or emotional. Every aspect of your life is disrupted – your daily routine, your home life, responsibilities, relationships with family and friends, and even your identity. A break-up brings anxieties about the future, triggers acute stress and feelings disappointment or betrayal. Recovering from a break-up or divorce is difficult. However, it is vital to keep reassuring yourself that you can move on. Healing is a process and takes time, so be patient. There are many things you can do to get through this difficult time.

If you are struggling to deal with your divorce, or you are stuck in pain, anger and bitterness? Book your spot on this workshop: Dealing with divorce, mastering the experience.

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