Healing is possible. make it a reality by getting counseling.
Heartbreak can not only be: Gut wrenching, consuming and deeply painful experience, it can be isolating as well. Others are not always able to relate to or empathize with the relentless nature of the pain. It can effect every aspect of you life: personal, financial, social, spiritual, etc. It can be very difficult to navigate pain on your own.
It is very easy to slip into a vicious cycle of pain that others do not understand which leads to isolation which causes loneliness and feeds sadness. This hinders motivation to go out and find happiness which in turn blocks you from getting out of the pain cycle again.
You feel gutted, alone, unloved, angry and upset. No one truly understand and people give a string of advice with is usually useless and sometimes harmful. You may loose you old friends and may feel alienated physically as well as emotionally.
Getting the correct help and guidance when healing from a divorce can make the most marked difference between your present healing and your future adjustment, peace and happiness.
Even if you were to accidentally meet someone, if you have not effectively dealt with you heartbreak you will not be fully able to give the relationship, your new partner or yourself the love you deserve.
Therapy can help you :
- understand yourself and your needs better
- learn to regulate your emotions
- love who you are
- develop a customized intrinsic system with values and boundaries that can prevent a similar situation in the future
- figure out what went wrong and fix it, rather than carrying it to the next reationship
- understand how to chose someone who treats you the way you want to be treated
- relate better to family, friends and co-workers
- find out the emotions and mindsets that are holding you back and let go of them
- make decisions that are best for you and your family
"Tackle the pain with support that leads you to a better, stronger, calmer and wiser you"
Don't let the pain and confusion get to you.
Take charge and call (973) 755-2306 or click "here" to make an online, on the phone or in-office appointment.