March Newsletter

Logo Reframe Dark
Road

Many people feel that they can’t trust their own emotions as they go through divorce. Feelings, for many, fluctuate wildly. At one moment you might find yourself happy then the next you’re falling quickly into a pit of despair. Anger, for many, comes easily. Regardless of your emotions, it’s important to remember that you are not your feelings. You are a whole and complete being, much more than fear, anxiety, sadness, even joy. You are a composite of body, thought, and feeling.

When you find yourself caught in an emotional web, try counting backwards from ten and examining your emotion. Acknowledge it as you count backward. 10… I see you anger. 9… I am trying to understand why I am angry so I can move beyond my it. And continue. The first step in overcoming your emotion is to acknowledge it. Once you accept what you are feeling, you can see not only why you feel it, but how you can overcome it.

03.20.13

Inspiration

Need a little extra inspiration in your life? Visit the blog or our Facebook Page for a daily dose of divorce inspiration and a weekly DD Heart cartoon. It’s okay to feel good about change.

Group Image, Hands

April 30, 2013 – June 4, 2013
Divorce Detox Telecourse

Designed specifically for those that live outside of Los Angeles or prefer to detox in the comforts of their own homes, the Divorce Detox Telecourse is a six week program dedicated to divorce recovery.

May 1, 2013 – June 5, 2013
Gay Men’s Relationship Recovery Group

Using the proprietary programs of Divorce Detox, this group workshop is dedicated to assisting gay men with relationship recovery. Whether you’ve been single, in a long term relationship, or through many relationships, this group is for you. Focusing on relationship recovery, this program is geared specifically to gay men and relationships.

July 9, 2013 – August 12, 2013
Divorce Detox Group Program
A participant favorite, the Divorce Detox Group program returns in July. Join others going through divorce in this exciting course of workshops. Over six weeks you will work together on relationship recovery, gaining insight from members of the opposite sex and begin reframing your concepts about divorce and relationships.

***

Divorce Issues

Divorce on TV

Divorce and Downton

From the Blog

Though set nearly a hundred years ago, Downton Abbey has plenty to say concerning our contemporary concepts on love, marriage and divorce. The final episode of the third season is a prime example of relationship successes and failures. Though divorce is strictly taboo in Downton society (not much unlike the antiquated ideas surrounding divorce today), it becomes a plot point in this episode…

Fox 19

Fox Cincinnati

From the Web

Just the term divorce is enough to make many hearts skip a beat, knowing the pain and despair it may bring. Sonja Fisher is divorced and she says, “it can be something that’s life stopping.” These days, there seems to be an explosion in products and services to help make this massive life change a little easier on everyone involved. Sonja signed up for Divorce Detox, a program that promises to teach you how to feel better, not bitter…

press3
email facebook linkedin pinterest twitter
Please share this with your friends and colleagues. Our mission is to help as many people as possible realize that divorce is a transition, not a way of life. Divorce Detox can help you detox the pain and gain valuable wisdom to restart life. Contact us atinfo@divorcedetox.com.

 

Comments are closed.