The failure of a relationship closes one chapter of your life and starts a new one.
The healing process involves putting together a new and meaningful life.
However, it’s not like getting over the flu – rest, drink lots of fluids, and come out the other side good as new.
Recovering from the loss of a relationship takes time….a lot of time.
You may have tried various self-care strategies, like speaking to friends and family.
But if you keep trying to move on and just cannot…
It may be time to see a therapist.
While there is no one-size-fits-all formula for recovering from the loss of a love, there are questions that your therapist can help you answer that will help you to feel better and let go.
The following are some important questions to consider:
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