Cheryl H. Litzke, Ph.D., LMFT
|Posted on January 1, 2014 at 9:50 AM||comments (14)|
In the winter, flowers die. Grass too. It all shrinks and shrivels—not because something was done wrong, but because it’s necessary for future growth. This, too, is the story of divorce.
But it doesn’t feel like it. Divorce doesn’t feel natural, like winter’s frost. It feels like a death, a terribly tragic, unbelievable, please-wake-me-from-this-nightmare death. That’s how many divorcees describe it, and they’re right to feel so broken. It means...Read Full Post »