The personal loss of divorce and death can result in symptoms of depression, poor health, loneliness, work inefficiency, insomnia, memory difficulties, and substance abuse. If you find yourself in the midst of one of these life-changing losses, you are in a grieving process which includes denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and ultimately acceptance. However, getting through the process alone is not easy and makes one feel as if they are on an emotional rollercoaster. Being intentional about getting the support you need is something that can make a world of difference in decreasing the symptoms and life changes of loss, while making you more capable of handling the emotional turmoil. Let us help you get through your grief. There is a healthier way than just believing that time heals all wounds.
Lisa is a monthly speaker at the Second Saturday Divorce Workshop in Parker, Colorado, which is a non-profit organization that empowers women with the financial, legal, and emotional resources to thrive through a divorce process. Lisa works with both men and women working through a divorce and takes special interest in helping the children and everyone thrive through this process.
Second Saturday Divorce Workshop