M.Sc. B.A. Relate Cert C.C.
Registered Counsellor BACP & UKRC
Coast Road, Rhyl, LL18 3PL
07551 529 386
People will say a relationship end is like a death, only trickier, in that there is no clear ending to grieve the relationship.
Feelings and hope can take time to die.
Communication will often continue as parents and this is difficult because although conversations may be trying to keep focussed on children, there may be an undercurrent of emotions you feel as an ex partner.
The stages of recovery are similar to the any other grief, and then some.
The process may include:
To make things trickier each partner / ex partner may be at different stages in the process.
Counselling can help you:
This work is usually done individually or within a family counselling context.
Litvinoff, Starting Again:How to Learn from the Past for a Better Future
Fisher and Alberti, Rebuilding when your Relationship Ends