“People have plenty of reasons to be angry. We have to acknowledge this. We are angry. But blaming the other doesn’t solve anything.”
~ Pema Chödrön
Going through a separation/divorce can be a difficult time in your life and being angry at the other person is a natural side effect. However, being in a place where anger takes over, is not good for your inner self, your children or the people close to you. We will get you to a better place. We provide resources to connect you to the right professionals to help you get over the anger so that we can help you move forward.
What are your best tools for squashing your anger?