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Breakups often lead to anxiety, stress, and depression, especially if the relationship was a serious one. Regardless of the situation, the end of a relationship can leave both individuals sad, confused, angry, or otherwise emotionally affected. These emotions can even be felt by the person who initiates the breakup.While in therapy, clients are able to openly discuss emotions or difficulties experienced while discovering different ways to cope with negative feelings. Furthermore, experienced therapists are able to help a client address any guilt or self-blame and assist one as they come to terms with the end of their relationship. Those who feel depressed or suicidal after a breakup are also able to benefit from therapy in order to treat these conditions.
A mental health therapist is a helpful source of support when experiencing an especially painful breakup. When a breakup causes overwhelming feelings that are difficult to cope with, negatively interfere with one's daily activities, or inspire the reevaluation of one's life path, a therapist is often able to be a supportive, helpful part of the healing process, especially when conditions such as depression, grief, low self-esteem, or posttraumatic stress develop at the termination of a breakup. Breakup therapists are able to help clients not only come to terms with the ending of a relationship but also transition to a brighter future.
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