Nobody get’s married thinking, “I really hope we can get divorced one day.” Everyone’s divorce story is different. Maybe you’re relived, maybe you’re heartbroken – or even a bit of both. Even if, by the time you split, the divorce was something you wanted, the divorce still represents a loss, the death of your marriage, and will bring many emotions along with it. It is common to begin to analyze the relationship, and to even try to avoid some of these feelings. Because the grief experience is not linear, and there is no right (or wrong) way to grieve the loss of a marriage, it is difficult to know how long the feelings will last. Change involves movement and letting go. We will support you in letting go, so that you can begin the healing process.
– Vivienne Cameron Ovid, MS, RMHI with Genesis Counseling & Consulting, Inc. in Boca Raton, Florida