The process of separating and divorcing can be overwhelming. For some people, separation and divorce can feel like their life is over.

Although we may not think divorce and separation might cause people to go into survival mode, leading to fight, flight, freeze or fawn, also known as people-pleasing.  I talk with Map the Maze to discuss these responses in more detail and what they may look like in mediation.

Listen to the Podcast here: How do people try and survive their mediation?

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If you feel like you need to talk to someone, please contact me to set up an online session via email info@doctormonicaborschel.com.

Although I am a registered clinical psychologist with the Hong Kong Society of Counseling and Psychology, I am not a licensed psychologist or any other type of licensed therapist in the United States. The information I am providing here is educational and informational. This social media page does not provide professional advice, nor does it create a professional-client relationship or any other type of relationship between us. You should always consult your own licensed mental health professional before making any changes regarding your mental health. My goal is to educate, guide, consult, and empower you regarding your mental health journey. Always consult your licensed mental healthcare provider(s) and never disregard or delay medical advice based on information posted on this page or post.

 

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