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Therapy Blog for Counseling in Sacramento - Relationship Therapy Center

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Should You Stay or Go? How Relationship Counseling Can Help You Decide

Nancy Ryan

One of the hardest decisions many people face in their entire lives is whether or not to end a relationship. It is never an easy decision, no matter which way it ends up. There are often big issues at play that keep an individual from making the decision for weeks, months, and sometimes even years. The indecision itself can breed even more issues.

Counseling, both individual and couples counseling can help you sort through this difficult decision.

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4 Things Successful Co-Parents Do

Nancy Ryan

If you are going through a divorce, you may still have a lot of anger or hurt. It is hard enough to deal with these feelings. The last thing that you probably want to do is to work closely with your ex. But, that is exactly what you will have to do when children are involved. For those who are sharing custody of children, the struggles of co-parenting can seem overwhelming.

Many couples manage to work out successful co-parenting relationships that are amicable and help their children thrive. While there is no specific blueprint to a successful co-parenting relationship, there are some things that most successful co-parents do. Here they are.

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The Surprising Thing That Can Help You Get Through a Divorce

Nancy Ryan

You might be surprised to learn that a marriage therapist can help you get through a divorce.

You’ve made the decision to end your marriage. This can be a confusing and anxiety-riddled time. Many people struggle for a long time after deciding to divorce. There is often the fear of an uncertain future. Besides anxiety, there is often a lot of grief following a separation or divorce.

If your separation or divorce is full of acrimony, then it will likely make all of the above issues feel much worse.  This is where divorce counseling comes in. A divorce counselor can help you end the relationship in a way that is healthiest for both of you.

If you know that your marriage is ending, divorce counseling is the way to go. The therapist can help both you and your ex untangle your lives and learn to cope post-divorce. Counseling can help you find closure. It can also be extremely helpful in situations where there are children involved.

Here are some of the other benefits of divorce counseling.

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How To Ease The Pain Of Divorce

Nancy Ryan

When you get a divorce or separation, it is not just your relationship or marital status that changes. You have to adjust to a new role. Plus, it can be hard to say goodbye emotionally. Even if the relationship was not healthy, you will likely still experience grief after a separation. Emotions are complicated. It can take a long time to heal and deal with the shift that comes with starting your life over again.

Here are a few ways to ease the pain of divorce even if you were the one that chose to end things.

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How To Move On After A Divorce

Nancy Ryan

For some people, going through a divorce can be the most painful thing that they have experienced. Divorce is something that can shake a person to the core and take years to move past. After a divorce, it can be tough to adjust to the single life again…

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