Counseling and Divorce (Checklist)
The stress and strain of breaking up a marriage can overwhelm anyone. Itís never too early to consider counseling for support. During a divorce, a personís emotions run a gamut, and counseling can provide the emotional and mental stability a person needs to make it. According to The Divorce Decisions Workbook, when deeper fears and anxieties torment you and you fear youíre getting worse, not better, you might consider counseling. Counseling can help if you are feeling:
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HELPFUL FOR STEPFAMILIES – Stepfamilies very often find family counseling to be very helpful. Blending families challenges the most dedicated spouses who must often deal with the leftover problems of the first failed marriage.
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