If our culture is bad at dealing with grief, it’s really bad at dealing with divorce. Thousands of generations of religious and cultural shame come piling down to create a miserable mess of uncertainty, fear, financial hardship and a sense of failure – of relationship, of social status, of hopes and dreams.
Divorce isn’t for the faint of heart, and it speaks to how deeply unhappy we must be to even consider going through it. Many of us know for years that it will need to happen before we can even begin to admit it to ourselves.
The good news is that whether we want to divorce or improve our marriage, the first step is always the same: we need to work on ourselves. Jane will help you walk through the history of your relationship, the hopes you had for it, how to take back your power and improve the day-to-day and help you decide whether what you have is enough to stay for. And if it isn’t, she’ll walk you through that too.