There isn’t a person alive who, at some stage in their life, faces the pain and suffering involved when a relationship breaks down. But when it happens to you, it seems as if your life will never be good again. The high charged emotions that fill your head prevent you from doing even the simplest task. The constant feeling of loss and emptiness deep in the stomach aches more than any hunger can.
When things go wrong, when the tears finally dry up, how do you go about rebuilding your life? How do you salvage what is left? How can you learn to trust, to love them again?
When someone has passed away into the hereafter it is too late to be able to recover your lost love, and sometimes the only way forward is to learn how to let go in the knowledge that no true love is ever lost, only the experience of physically seeing and touching has been removed from you.
If your love clearly walks away and will not engage in dialogue, then what has taken place between you has torn you apart and resulted in irreconcilable breakdown of your relationship. The result may be permanent estrangement, divorce, and being forced to create a new life out of the ashes of the old one.
The period of mourning that takes place during separation and loss seems to never end. It is only when you have passed through various stages of loss that you are able to rebuild your life. If you become locked into any of the stages of recovery you will be unable to shift yourself from your grief, and in hanging on to past love you are cheating yourself, (and their memory) of the opportunity to move forward and grow from the experience. Yes, by allowing yourself to grow and move on you are in fact cherishing their memory and honouring their life and the good things that you shared.
But what if, like thousands and thousands of people, you exist in a relationship with someone that you truly love and care for, but things are not going too well. One of you, or both of you are unhappy and suffering. Things are slowly grinding you down, becoming impossible for you to live in harmony, affecting the whole family?
I have built this series of relationship help and support e-books and courses based on my experience of over 25 years as a Psychologist offering counseling and support to my clients. I have drawn on my knowledge and study of methods that bring people together, help them work through their difficulties and problems and find solutions that can assist them to rebuild their lives, their loves and their experiences so that they can find peace and harmony in their lives.
I am sure that you will find the content of these helpful to you. Please feel free to raise any queries or discuss your experiences of using this material in our chat rooms where you may gain support from others who find themselves in a similar situation to yourself.
Wishing you peace and love.
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Angela Saunders is a Chartered Psychologist who has over 25 years experience in counselling and problem solving. She has worked with individuals and companies to improve relationships and understanding, teaching how to overcome conflict and the effects of change. Her expertise has led her to work with some of the UK’s leading corporates and she has appeared on popular television chat shows and national and local radio stations. Angela has been a regular contributor to press room content.
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