Difficulty to deal with your break up
Are you having difficulties dealing with a break up? Are you finding it hard to stop thinking about your partner? Is moving on something you are not sure you want to do but know you should do? Are you preoccupied with thoughts of your partner? Do you find yourself stalking them on Facebook, Instagram just not able to get over them?
Learning how to get over a partner can be a difficult obstacle that people may not know how to face. Symptoms of difficulties of breaking up include:
- obsessing over the person,
- going over what you could have said or done differently,
- stalking them on social media,
- going past where they live,
- stalking new partners that they are dating,
- visiting places that they’re frequent,
- imagining what you could have done.
If you are facing some of these signs, this can be an indication that you’re having a hard time moving on. Oftentimes people haven’t made the decision to break up emotionally from their relationship. Emotionally they are still deeply connected to the person and not ready to move on.
What are the reasons for this type of behaviors? Sometimes the person has deep-seated loneliness. Other times it can be related to the things that are a bit more complicated and related to early childhood trauma or past issues that the person needs to move on.
Regardless of the reason, it is an extremely painful place to be stuck in a relationship that has ended but emotionally you are still connected to. If you would like to learn how the therapy can help you contact All in the Family Counselling Center Pte. Ltd. to learn how we can help you. You can send us a WhatsApp message at +65 9030 7239 to learn more how we help you.
All in the Family Counselling is providing online therapy for clients via Zoom, WhatsApp or Skype. We’ve been providing online therapy for over four years. It offers our clients flexibility in hours and in frequency. It provides the same high quality therapy as in person and given that we are living through global pandemic it provides the safety necessary for both, the client and the therapist. To learn more please reach out and contact us to find out how we can help you.
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