One moment you’re planning your lives together…
… and the next, you’re untangling all the years of frustrations, stress, and heartache.
No one gets married with the intention of divorce, but it happens.
People change, grow apart, or were just never meant to be.
How do you move on once the decision is made to depart or end the marriage?
Start over. Reset.
Nothing is stopping you from trying again.
Yes, that life plan didn’t work out as you would’ve hoped, but it’s not a reflection of your efforts but more of your strengths – the strength to walk away when something or someone didn’t have your highest good in mind.
It takes courage and bravery to leave a commitment you made before family, friends, and God.
Yes, it’s scary and unfamiliar.
But the peace of mind that surfaces after the storm is worth fighting for.
Recovery after a divorce is possible.
Take the time to take care of yourself. Lay your burdens down and focus on pouring into yourself.
During our time together, we will work on crafting this new version of yourself (post-divorce). We will work on creating a new sense of normalcy and filling the voids with moments that bring you pleasure and joy – focusing on your true transformation so you can continue living your life to the fullest potential.
Once you have overcome a major life change, such as divorce, you will be an unstoppable force.
Our hearts may ache, but they won’t break. Doing the work in therapy to nurture your emotional wounds and heal your heart is possible.
Your divorce doesn’t define you.
It allows you to start again from a place of love, hope, and peace.
Change is inevitable in life. It’s how we choose to navigate the varying layers of it all.
Call today and let’s schedule your free consultation: (678) 561-6799.