Nightingale Marriage Counselling Surviving The Break Up

Surviving The Break Up

Surviving the breakup of a relationship you did not want to end will feel like a grieving process. The first stage is usually shock and disbelief.

Surviving The Break-Up

This can be sore if you did not want to split

Individual Relationship counselling can be beneficial for individuals recovering from a break-up which was once a close, couple relationship. The work can bring you a better understanding of why the relationship failed. Having a third-party perspective can sometimes help you see recurring patterns in failed relationships, prompting a change in attitudes towards yourself and others.

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When we delve deeper during counselling into the dynamics of the relationship that has passed, you can perhaps start to see that the relationship wasn’t entirely good for you. Quite often you will have done too much, made your partner too much of a focus and not asked for your needs to be met. Working on your own in counselling can help you build a stronger relationship with yourself and guide you to ask different questions. Perhaps the person you were with just cannot commit to a relationship and is constantly looking for new situations to be excited about. If that is the case, they would not be able to sustain a relationship for any length of time.

When you are forced to accept the ending of a relationship, a grieving process will inevitably follow. As with any grieving process, there are stages to go through. With the support from your counsellor you can work through them and get to a place of acceptance quicker than trying to do this on your own.

During the recovery process there will be lots of learning for you. This will include directed reading, written exercises, and questionnaires which will all help to build your self-awareness. And the strength to move on.

The process of moving on will also be part of the work; action plans, goal setting, wish lists, new adventures, and certainly time to reflect on what you need to change to get the relationship you deserve.

Movement is the antidote.

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Please read our testimonials many couples have been where you are today, and these testimonials let’s you see where they are now. So, let’s get to work and get those lines of communication open.

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A friend recommended Florence who I went to see after the end of my marriage was followed by another distressing family situation. Having stayed in a failed marriage for years dithering about what the best course of action was, I had seen a few therapists and councillors before. None of them offered the straight-talking practical help that Florence did. She helped me to look at the difficult issues in my life in ways I hadn’t before, and I benefit from her guidance, advice and good sense every day. Pre Florence-I was stuck in a deep rut, post Florence I am moving forward with a whole new set of emotional tools.