Whether you want to improve your marriage situation or save it, don’t make the mistake of letting it get worse. We try our very best not to take sides – this is about helping the marriage to improve. It is not about blaming. Often times the husband or the wife can feel marginalized in counseling. We don’t want that. Of course, we want both parties involved to take responsibility for helping the situation improve. And, we want everyone to feel the grace of Christ and for everyone to grow in joy. No matter the situation, it is never too late try and there is always hope. It may not be on our timing. It may not look the way we expected. And sometimes, it just doesn’t work.
The end of a marriage is one of the most stressful events a person can experience. Even for the partner who chooses to leave, divorce is likely to bring up a range of painful and difficult emotions, including grief, guilt, anger, confusion, fear, shame, anxiety, and other intense feelings. If children are involved, the stress level is likely to be even higher.
Divorce recovery is a process. Our counseling service can be helpful for people who are struggling with entering this new phase of their life. It can also provide an individual with a safe, encouraging and empowering experience during an extremely difficult time.
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