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Working Through the Grief of DivorceDivorce is a very emotional decision that impacts every member of your family. It is normal to feel intense sadness, anger, regret, anxiety and even grief. Even when the decision to divorce is mutual, you may still need to work through a sense of loss. If you share children and a home, you may grieve the loss of your marriage, your existing family unit, or your sense of security. It is really important to acknowledge these feelings and work through them so that you and your family can move forward in the healthiest way possible. Johnson Mediation offers a wide variety of divorce support services to help you navigate the divorce process, including post-divorce support services.

Post-Divorce Support in Minnesota

Our post-divorce support and grief recovery gives our clients a resource for helping you cope with the grief that you are feeling. Our staff understands the depth of emotions that divorce causes, and we realize that setting and finalizing your divorce does not always resolve those emotions. We offer additional support for you during this time. Our staff can help you develop new routines, set goals, and find ways to spend the alone time that you may have for the first time in many years. Our post-divorce support can be tailored to meet your unique needs and last well after your divorce papers are officially signed and filed.

Some of the most common issues that our post-divorce support services work with individuals on include financial, physical and emotional challenges, as well as coping with feelings of loss of self, loss of security and/or trust and loss of your family unit. Naming these issues and making sure that you understand that your feelings are normal and important is a great first step when it comes to navigating these challenges. We can help provide you with strong support and can make suggestions for other support networks that might be helpful to you during this transition. One of the most challenging issues can be finding outlets for your stress and your spare time. We can sit down and talk to you to help you identify ways that you can find support, practice self-care, put new routines in place and set goals for your future.

Coping with Feelings of Loss after Divorce

Just because your divorce is final does not mean that the emotions that go along with the loss of your marriage and changes in your life will just magically go away. It is important to take note of those feelings and work to resolve them so that you can move forward with your life. For more information about our post-divorce support and grief services, call us at 952-401-7599.