Getting over a divorce separation is a lot like getting over a death. It’s the death of a set of dreams, of goals, of shared memories, and often of a physical place; and sometimes a family arrangement too.
This residue comes in several forms:
The need to grieve losses
The need to develop life goals/plans
Emotional fallout management
Co-parenting plan development
Divorce process management and separation planning
Stress management around finances and process
Controlling for overflow into new relationships
Need to comprehend and learn from the relationship
Shift identifies challenge areas following a divorce separation and then ties them to the limiting belief that needs to be reprocessed. Once the trauma portion of the limiting belief is removed, the solution can be developed and applied easily.
No one wants their relationship to flow into their next, or to carry regrets or injuries throughout adulthood, so address these with shifts protocol before they get in the way of your dream reality.