Regardless of the reason for the divorce, women and men are both profoundly affected well into the future.
Dallas/Ft Worth, TX (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
Men and women may be more alike than previously thought — at least when it comes to divorce. Link Learning Center announces its latest installment of helping individuals and families deal with divorce.
With insights from women and men before, during, and after the divorce process, His Divorce/Her Divorce: A Tale of Two Realities demonstrates the profound differences and similarities husbands and wives have of this often-devastating event. This newest course offers a poignant and meaningful appreciation for the experiences of both genders while going through divorce.
As Kelly P. Crossing, Licensed Professional Counselor and founder of Link Learning Center, points out, “Assumptions abound regarding how men and women work through the emotional trauma of divorce. While their behaviors and physical reactions may differ to some degree, their emotions and the emotional toll taken on them rarely does. Regardless of the reason for the divorce, women and men are both profoundly affected well into the future.
The course is designed to provide an understanding of others' experiences with divorce as a means of normalizing thought and behavioral patterns and reducing assumptions based on stereotyped gender roles. Such assumptions often lead to perceived limited options for managing the trauma.
Link Learning Center provides help for families before, during, and even after divorce. In their latest course offering His Divorce/Her Divorce: A Tale of Two Realities, participants work through the process of analyzing why they married in the first place, the specific events that led to the decision to divorce, and how a need to be right or to win can cause long-term and irreparable damage. For those dealing with divorce, the course also offers guidance for healing and planning for the future.
About Link Learning Center
Link Learning Center, LLC, one of the premiere providers of education and training for professional counselors and therapists, provides a one-stop resource for helping individuals, couples, and families work through life’s difficulties like divorce, depression, anxiety, making healthy choices, and many others.
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