How to Navigate When You Are Experiencing a Relationship Loss

How to Navigate When You Are Experiencing a Relationship Loss

Losing a relationship can be especially difficult. It’s a life changer. It helps to realize that the first few days, weeks or even months may be the most difficult until you establish a new routine that feels comfortable. Even then, there may be times when melancholy sets in or you feel the loss more profoundly. Whether you were the one that initiated the breakup or it was initiated by your former partner, change is part of the equation. Change can feel uncomfortable if you wanted the breakup or even if you know it is for the best.

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Traumatic Grief Counseling: When the Sadness Won’t Go Away

Traumatic Grief Counseling: When the Sadness Won’t Go Away

Are you personally familiar with traumatic grief? When something tragic or unexpected happens, two experiences can converge into shock and pain. It is understandably difficult to manage without help. Sometimes trauma and grief combine for immeasurable sadness. Mental or emotional pain and loss may continue to affect your life in ways you never anticipated. Maybe you can’t help but replay painful events because memories intrude and recur. Perhaps your reactions may feel uncontrolled and unpredictable.

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