When two people divorce, it’s rarely an amicable arrangement
Divorce can bring out the worst in a couple. Anger. Grief. Fighting for property, for custody of children. Meetings ending in shouting matches. Neither party taking responsibility and playing the blame game.
None of this behaviour helps people feel better. In fact, it drives a wedge further between the divorced couple, making any hope of a civilised split fade into the distance.
Counselling can help you move forward
Online counselling sessions can be really beneficial to both of you. A counsellor can help you manage the grief, loss and anger you feel and encourage you to move forward.
Often a husband may feel confusion about how to relate to his children and his wife after a divorce, or a wife may not know just how much children are affected during this traumatic time, because they act as if everything’s fine.
Online sessions with an experienced, impartial counsellor gives you a base for working through issues raised and helps you to plan for the future.
You can attend shared sessions from different locations, and discuss solutions with the therapist mediating.