So, When Can I Have That Breakdown I Desperately Deserve?
Do You Feel You Are on the Brink of a Breakdown Because of Your Divorce?
During your divorce, people will say things like, “Everything happens for a reason” and “When Life serves you lemons, make lemonade.” While their intentions may be good, it can feel daunting when you feel you are on nearing a breakdown because of your divorce.
The fact is, your friends and family might not be able to cope with your divorce, and find it much easier to give cheery advice than something practical. They want you to be happy, but they also may not know what to say to you. I’m here to say, it is okay to cry. It is okay to be angry and to not always have it all together. And yes, sometimes it is even okay to be allowed your breakdown.
You Are Not Alone in Your Divorce
Many women and men struggle with feelings of being alone during their divorce. They may feel alienated from friends and family who don’t understand. They may have common friends and associates with their ex-husband or ex-wife who they can no longer confide in, or even trust. The most important thing to remember is, you are not alone during your divorce. Many have walked in your shoes before. That is why support groups and websites exist, not only this one, but others as well.
If you need a guiding hand and are looking for a consultation, please feel free to schedule a consultation.
Susan successfully crossed her own highly contentious divorce and post-divorce battle and was triumphant in her fight against Parental Alienation.
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