Is Divorce Your Only Option?
- Has your relationship hit a wall?
- Perhaps your partner has told you they no longer want to be with you and you just can’t wrap your mind and heart around it.
- Perhaps you’ve been asking for changes in your relationship, or from your partner, and it hasn’t happened. You’re reaching wit’s end.
- Perhaps you’re outgrowing your relationship and feel like you’re going to suffocate if you don’t get some space.
- Couples are hitting these breaking points more frequently than ever. But is divorce your only option?
Relationships are difficult
Every relationship hits its walls. Maybe you’ve tried talking. Maybe you’ve tried marriage counseling or talking with a Pastor or other professional who should be able to help—but it hasn’t helped. One couple I worked with had seen 7 different therapists to no avail. When you’ve gone to that much effort and feel like things haven’t improved and maybe even worsened, you may think your only option is to divorce. That isn’t necessarily the case.
The first thing to do is slow things down. When we’re in pain we make rash decisions. I don’t want you running headlong into a more painful situation than you’re trying to get out of. Pause. Then do some research. Talk to me about your options. I can help you have the hard conversations. I can help you structure a healing separation. I can talk to you about all the ways to divorce and help you choose the right one for you.
Your next step:
Below are links to a few pages on this site that will give you some direction, ask some important questions, and provide you with answers. You can schedule a time to talk here. It’s free.