Separated Fathers inc.
Keep your balance in the separation
Children and family break-up:
A major life trauma!
The separation process is second on the stress level assessment scale after the death of a loved one.
You are separated or in the process of separating and you feel sad, guilty, angry, shameful or confused? Am I ok? Am I the only one going through this nightmare?
Separation is commonly associated to situational depression or clinical depression and rightly so. This is why it is so important to seek professional help during this critical life transition. With an increasing number of couples getting divorced each year (52%), separation is considered as one of the most traumatic and stressful experience in a person’s life.
A few symptoms
have sleeping problems...
loss or increase of appetite
weight loss or gain
impatience or irritability
difficulty to concentrate or make decisions
lack of energy
your mind is always on the go
thoughts of death ....
Separation can be tough, but there are things you can change & kick start;
Sustainable change will not happen overnight, so be patient with yourself and above all realize this is a temporary, please trust us! It is possible to move on with your life but it starts by breaking down your isolation.
Whether you are feeling low or have been diagnosed with symptoms of depression, these tips can help.