Divorce can be a confusing and painful time. Everyone reacts differently depending on what might be going on in their life. Different attachment styles and how the relationship ended can all be contributing factors.
For some people, separation and divorce can feel like their life is over. In this podcast with Map the Maze, I talk with Sala Sihombing about how attachment styles may impact people experiencing divorce and separation.
I refer to a website where you can learn more about your personality and attachment style in the podcast: https://yourpersonality.net/attachment.
Listen to the Podcast here: Divorce – why does my life feel like it’s over?
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