Danny de HekThe breakup of an important relationship is the most traumatic of human experiences and we have all suffered through at least one I am sure. In many ways we can more easily cope with the death of a loved one. Although we don’t understand death, at least we understand its finality.

With the breakup of a relationship, days and weeks of lingering and haunting “ifs” often follow. The pain can penetrate every fiber of our being. In the days following the breakup we think of little else than the one we loved and trusted, the one we had so much invested in.

Everywhere we go we are reminded of them a face in a crowd, the flash of a familiar shirt, a distant voice, a song. In an effort to get away from things we may take a trip, only to find that in some way it reminds us of a special place we visited with our loved one.

“Each day frequently presents the chore of merely placing one foot in front of the other. Survival seems to be a word that encapsulates the experience. Discover what you can do to move from surviving to coping to managing and eventually thriving.”

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