The end of a relationship can be devastating. You may be thinking to yourself:
“I’ll never find anyone again.”
“I’m so alone.”
“I’m so angry he/she left me.”
“How do I begin to start over?”
Moving through the loss of a significant relationship can be difficult and painful. It can bring up feelings of grief, disappointment, anger, guilt, confusion, and sadness, not only because of the loss of the relationship, but due to the loss of dreams and commitments once shared. A relationship ending can disrupt many aspects of your life – work, health, and other relationships.
Rebuilding takes time, patience and courage to start over, as you work on filling the empty void.
You may be questioning what’s next for you; now what? The end of a relationship can shake the very foundation you stand on and you may find yourself reevaluating certain aspects of your life such as your home, your career, your friendships, your dreams and your future plans.
Our psychologists can help you heal, find places where you feel okay again, and redefine how to move forward with new hopes and different expectations. Sometimes we need a little nudge to let go of what “was” and to show us what lies ahead. You can find contentment again.