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Three Reasons Why You Need Divorce Counseling Today

Shawna Crabill, Marriage Therapist, Family Therapist, Individual Therapist, Couple Therapist, Therapist

When going through a divorce, you will face many conflicting feelings such as guilt, fear, blame, confusion, depression, grief, and anger.

Fortunately, you can benefit from a new approach to counseling; Divorce counseling. You will need someone like Shawna Crabill, a marriage and family therapist in Charleston, SC. Having been there, she has the professional capacity and the experience of what you are going through.

She is not only your therapist but also your friend during this difficult and trying time.

Here are three reasons why you need divorce counseling today.

It Will Save You From Making Mistakes During Divorce. Stress is expected when going through a divorce. And with stress comes the inability to make rational decisions. If are unlucky enough, you will do something you can’t reverse or make a decision that will leave you with regrets for a very long time. But this doesn’t have to be you.

Divorce counseling will help you through this stressful period and help you clear your mind for what is ahead of you such as making important decisions about your life.

It Can Save You From Feeling So Lonely. Marriage is attached to many sentimental things, and a divorce will exclude you from some of the things you love. You will, for instance, feel cut off from mutual friends.

As such, you’ll need someone with whom you can vent all your emotions to without them judging you or making you feel sorry for yourself.

It Provides You With A Safe Space Divorce is not an easy thing. You’ll need all the support and help you can get especially in transitioning from marriage to single life. During this period, a qualified therapist will teach you how to process as well as address your unresolved issues.

Counseling provides you with a safe space to express any negative feelings and emotions you may have. Counseling also gives you the chance to focus and work on your personal growth.


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