Understanding your Adult Attachment with compassion may help you to accept the ending of your marriage, examine your part in its problems and demise and seek therapy to work at earning a Secure Autonomous Adult Attachment.
Adult Attachments evolve from early childhood experiences and the successes or failures from relationships in adolescence and early adulthood.
There are many different effects of military PTSD on marriage. In fact, study on marriage and divorce following military deployment in Afghanistan found that veterans were more likely to get divorced than their peers.
Having a support system during divorce is vital for recovery. Here are reasons why getting the support you need will give you a positive life post-divorce.
It is perfectly normal for a man to seek help during a divorce, despite the desire to uphold and adhere to traditional views of masculinity. Here’s how.
Divorce can be emotionally draining. If you’re also suffering from depression and low self-esteem, consider making counseling part of your road to recovery.
Use these tips to help you let go of your guilt over divorcing your spouse with Antisocial Personality Disorder. Your guilt helps no one and serves no purpose aside from making your life miserable.
As you deal with the pain and emotions of divorce, there are actions you can take to address these feelings and begin the healing process.
Some changes are exciting and invigorating while others are viewed as overwhelmingly negative – and divorce is one of them. Here are simple tips on how to find calm when experiencing divorce anxiety.
Loneliness can be one of the greatest challenges for people going through separation or divorce. Group therapy can provide a safe haven, helping you heal and overcome divorce loneliness.