It's often said a divorce is more painful than the loss of a loved one. The support during the breakup of a marriage is so vital to moving past such loss. Counseling often provides a piece of the possibilities to save a marriage.
Relationship challenges are common with divorce and blended families. Misunderstandings, fears, and inconveniences can all be a part of the adjustments families make. Often more painful concerns emerge within a new and often awkward transition with new members of the family as well as the experience of absent members. Marriage and family therapy help ease the struggle during these times.
It is helpful to include a third party to assist in working through these changes that aid in making the most of new beginnings. Support, encouragement, healing and direction along the way are available to families in transition.