Alcohol Abuse
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Bereavement
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Divorce and Break-up
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Romantic or Sexual Obsession
Post Traumatic Stress

Divorce and Break-up

The effects of a divorce or break-up tend to bring about many emotions and questions, which can vary greatly from person to person. Some report a feeling of bereavement or loss. Others feel their whole world has fallen apart, everything has changed, and nothing feels secure or steady anymore.

Lost, confused and vulnerable, there may also be a sense of failure for not having been able to make it work – or a sense of shame in relation to friends and family, which may be more pronounced in some cultures than others.
Furthermore, the break-up is not just about the loss of the relationship, but may also be about the loss of dreams and hopes for the future.

Therapy can help address these experiences and issues by unravelling the various components of the individual’s suffering, working through them and to enable the person to move on.