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Diana’s Story

Diana’s Story

Diana (aged 35) received counselling support at one of the Divorce Support Specialist Agencies and learned ways to cope better.

“I wanted to move on with my life but even after a few years of divorce, I was still disturbed by the thought of how my ex-husband betrayed me previously. My counsellor patiently coached me to look at the event in a different light and to have a more balanced view of what actually happened. She taught me various ways to process the joys and frustrations I experienced in the marriage. She also explored my concerns with me and together, we came up with practical solutions for what I can do. I’m a lot happier and am less bothered by the divorce. I am able to live my life with a more balanced view of my situation. I feel like I am in better control of my life.”

Pause and Reflect

What kind of support do you need at this point in time?

What kind of support do you need at this point in time?

Will you consider talking to a professional counsellor about your issues?

Will you consider talking to a professional counsellor about your issues?


What is Counselling?

Where Can I Attend Divorce Counselling?


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