Divorce Coping Tip for 5th January 2017

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Consider carefully the motive of a (possibly soon to be ex) partner, who tells you that you don’t need counselling to help deal with any stress you may be feeling.

This is most especially important if the stress seems to be stemming from your relationship, particularly if they have refused to attend any jointly proposed visits to make things better.

Professional relationship or personal counselling can be incredibly effective at patching up your differences and helping you get back on your feet.

If your ex/partner intimates that seeking such help is a sign of personal weakness, have a long hard think about their motives for saying so; it is more likely to be a fear of you waking up to what’s really going on.

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