- Feeling alienated or isolated
- Self-destructive behavior
- Losing a sense of self
- Substance abuse
When breakups occur, there is less focus on treating a disorder and more focus on helping a person grow and feel like they can return to their fully functioning self. A therapist can help reevaluate the situation and the relationship and offer much needed perspective. Rather than seeing a breakup as the end, it can be viewed as merely the end of a portion of one’s life and the beginning of something new. With this perspective, breakups are actually seen as times of growth and personal development.
We Can Help
Open Path’s therapists offer beneficial services that encourage insight, self-reflection, and healthy coping mechanisms. Our therapists furnish a supportive environment, providing healthy outlooks and understanding.
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