DIVORCE 911 consulted with Wendy Dickinson of Grow Counseling for this blog. We also have a video covering this topic.
When someone is going through hard stuff that is overwhelming we lose sight of who we are a lot of the time. We can feel like we’re invisible, we feel like we’re weak, or we feel like the best parts of ourselves have sort of gotten lost in the process of being overwhelmed. It’s important to have someone that can speak hope & life over you. It’s important to hear “I know there’s an inner badass in there!”. Seeing a counselor or therapist can help call forth that inner strength that will empower you to get back to being the best version of yourself.
Events and relationships can be very emotionally charged. This can lead to you being in a situation where you are unable to think straight. Once again, it is very important to seek out a professional to help encourage you, assist and sort through all of your emotions and conflicts. This will allow you to figure out and prioritize what you need to do to get back in control.
While a trained therapist is most often the better option, it doesn’t always have to be. It can be friend or family member that you chose to confide in. Most importantly, it needs to someone that can see the strength in you and help you overcome when you have lost your way. At DIVORCE911.com and GROW Counseling we like to say that “counselors are vendors of hope”!
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