Separation & Divorce

ending of a marriage, or other long-term intimate relationship, can be one of the most stressful, overwhelming, devastating and emotionally suffocating times of our lives. When a relationship breaks down it is common to experience feelings including;

  • Confusion
  • Grief
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Loneliness
  • Overwhelm
  • Self-hate
  • Jealousy
  • Resentment
  • Regret
  • Fear

… obviously the feelings experienced will depend on the specific circumstances surrounding each breakup and the unique people involved.

However it happens it’s important to know that in order to heal and move forward you must give yourself permission to feel the feelings and take the time to learn the lessons the experience is able to teach you… about yourself, your relationships and the people you want in your life going forward. 

If you are considering ending your relationship but can’t work out a path forward or an actual exit strategy, therapy may also help you work out what is it that you want, if the relationship is no longer meeting your needs. Sessions of this nature are where you may find your answer to the questions “Should I stay or should I go?” or “How do you know when to go?”

Whatever stage, whatever the circumstances, getting support on board will allow you to feel less alone, more empowered and hopefully, more optimistic about your bright future!

If you would like some support with separation and divorce, it would be a pleasure to work with you. Feel free to reach out or to book an appointment.

A word on Separation & Divorce…
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You ARE allowed to feel whatever you are feeling
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Although your story is unique, separation & divorce are common so you are NOT alone
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Doing the work WILL help you to heal, not the passing of time
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Your relationship status does NOT determine your worth
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Women with children are NOT unlovable, damaged, ‘with baggage’ or anything else for that matter, you will find love again!
A word on Separation & Divorce…
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You ARE allowed to feel whatever you are feeling
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Although your story is unique, separation & divorce are common so you are NOT alone
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Doing the work WILL help you to heal, not the passing of time
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Your relationship status does NOT determine your worth
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Women with children are NOT unlovable, damaged, ‘with baggage’ or anything else for that matter, you will find love again!

The ending of a marriage, or other long-term intimate relationship, can be one of the most stressful, overwhelming, devastating and emotionally suffocating times of our lives. When a relationship breaks down it is common to experience feelings including;

  • Confusion
  • Grief
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Loneliness
  • Overwhelm
  • Self-hate
  • Jealousy
  • Resentment
  • Regret
  • Fear

… obviously the feelings experienced will depend on the specific circumstances surrounding each breakup and the unique people involved.

However it happens it’s important to know that in order to heal and move forward you must give yourself permission to feel the feelings and take the time to learn the lessons the experience is able to teach you… about yourself, your relationships and the people you want in your life going forward. 

If you are considering ending your relationship but can’t work out a path forward or an actual exit strategy, therapy may also help you work out what is it that you want, if the relationship is no longer meeting your needs. Sessions of this nature are where you may find your answer to the questions “Should I stay or should I go?” or “How do you know when to go?”

Whatever stage, whatever the circumstances, getting support on board will allow you to feel less alone, more empowered and hopefully, more optimistic about your bright future!

If you would like some support with separation and divorce, it would be a pleasure to work with you. Feel free to reach out or to book an appointment.

What we do

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Meet you right where you’re at and right with what you are dealing with
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Provide you with a warm and safe space to release whatever it is you are feeling (all your feelings are welcome!)
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Help you unpack anything that has been hidden, consciously or subconsciously, throughout your relationship
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Revisit what constitutes healthy and unhealthy relationships (where necessary)
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Help you discover any unhelpful or limiting beliefs that may be perpetuating feelings of being emotionally ‘stuck’
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Provide you with specific tools, tips and strategies to help you cope with any challenges you may be facing
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Connect you to other services where relevant to your journey (lawyers, mediators, court support, financial assistance, police support etc)
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Provide tips to help foster healthy, safe communication between you and your ex-partner when children are involved
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Validate your experiences and help you to see that life can, and will, go on
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Support and encourage you as you work towards realising your post breakup dreams and goals!

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