January has been called the “divorce month” by attorneys and therapists. Many unhappy couples move forward with divorce once the holidays, family gatherings, and tax year have ended. In addition, …
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January has been called the “divorce month” by attorneys and therapists.
Many unhappy couples move forward with divorce once the holidays, family gatherings, and tax year have ended. In addition, the stress of the holidays sometimes shatters an already strained marriage. Plus, the New Year psychologically provides incentive for new resolutions and directions in personal lives.
"Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends" classes are designed to help individuals experiencing or contemplating a divorce, seperation or relationship ending. Established more than 30 years ago, Rebuilding is taken by individuals, not couples, and topics explored include grief, anger, denial, guilt, self-esteem, letting go and transitioning into singleness.
The next Rebuilding series begins in mid-January and will take place Thursday evenings at the Koelbel Library, 5955 S. Holly St., Centennial. Classes last from 6:30-9 p.m. and are led by JP McDaniel, Ph.D., a divorce-adjustment coach.
The Pre-Building session on Jan. 17 will explain more about the series and the adjustment process. The first meeting of the 10-week series is Jan. 24 and will address reasons why relationships end, the adjustment process, and the resulting emotional roller coaster. Registration is not needed for Pre-Building or Week 1, and both meetings are free.
Weeks 2-10 require registration and payment of series fees. Go to https://divorcerebuilding.org. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-669-1533, or https://divorcerebuilding.org.
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