Why Counseling is Beneficial After a Bad Breakup

Some breakups are amicable while other breakups are more difficult to overcome due to the tough circumstances of a certain relationship.  If you experienced a bad breakup, then counseling might be a great option for you. Maybe you’ve seen a pattern of dating the wrong type of partner and you want to learn how to recognize what a healthy relationship looks like going forward. Here are other reasons why counseling is helpful in getting over a breakup.

Why Counseling is Beneficial After a Bad Breakup

You Learn How to Function Better

Depending on the history of your relationship and the nature of the breakup, you might have trouble functioning and doing everyday tasks due to depression, guilt, fear, or anger.  This is especially the case if there was abuse you suffered during the relationship.  A licensed counselor can walk you through the process of developing a strategy to heal emotionally and physically from your previous relationship.  Once you put his strategies into practice, you’ll slowly get back to normal.

You Get to the Root of Your Issues

You may have dealt with problems that led to a breakup, but what if the roots go farther back to when you were a child?  Maybe your verbally abusive father taught you that you were not deserving of real love or a healthy relationship.  Or because you struggled with obesity, you settled for anyone who paid attention to you.  You falsely believed that your weight kept you from being with someone who loved you for the kind and generous person you are.

You Can Share Your Heart Without Judgment

Because the therapist is not related to you or a friend, you can share what is on your heart without wondering if you’ll be criticized or judged.  Therapy provides a safe space for expressing your feelings and it helps you move on with your life.  If you are feeling suicidal or angry, you can discuss it.  If you are struggling with insecurities brought on by the breakup, it is okay to bring up during counseling sessions.

In conclusion,  counseling is one of the best ways to get over a breakup and live free.

If you need compassionate counseling after a painful breakup, contact us.  We offer the help you need to put your life on the right track again.

A note about COVID-19:
FRCS continues to remain committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our clients and therapists. At this time, we offer sessions both in-person and virtually through a HIPAA-compliant program. Please let us know how we may help!