The devastating impact of a relationship ending through separation or divorce can affect anyone, regardless of length of relationship, education, background, belief system, or income level. Moving forward productively often seems impossible with the overwhelming tasks that adults and single parents face daily. Despite how you may feel right now, you are not alone, and there is hope for a brighter future!
Do you find yourself feeling like the people around you can’t relate and don’t understand what you are going though? You will find and be supported by people who “get it” in DivorceCare.
Led primarily by facilitators who have experienced divorce themselves, DivorceCare helps you navigate a new normal, guiding you through emotional and practical issues toward healthy healing (for you and your family) and the restoration of hope for the future. No matter where you are in the process (pre-divorce or if your divorce happened many years ago and you are struggling), please join a DivorceCare group.
DivorceCare is a weekly seminar and support group that will help you heal from the hurt. It is a warm, caring environment led by people who understand what you are going through. You’ll learn practical information that will help you deal with the overwhelming challenges of separation or divorce. Best of all, you will gain hope for the future! The program is specifically designed for you to begin at any time throughout the 13-week period, so please do not let the fact that you may have missed a session stop you from joining!
Groups are usually free to attend and have a one-time nominal cost for the workbook and supplies (approximately $25 total depending on location). Groups meet online or in person, at differing times during the week, so you are sure to find a day/time that meets your schedule.
Please click the link below to find a group near you and learn more about the program. Remember, even if a group does not currently meet near your location, you can join a virtual group anywhere! Facilitators are happy to answer questions as well!
Additionally, please consider signing up for completely free “365 Days of Healing” daily emails for encouragement that will be in your inbox first thing the morning. These short emails will provide you with helpful perspective on how you may be feeling moment-to-moment.
Finally, those of us who have experienced separation or divorce are not only reeling ourselves, but we often have greater fear for the future of our children, and are looking for resources primarily them. However, if you do not take care of yourself and your emotions, who will be there to take care of your children? To use an airline analogy, “Please put the oxygen mask on yourself first, and then help others.”
Information on DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) is also available at https://www.dc4k.org/.
As it has done for thousands around the world, this program can change your life…if you let it.
Still unsure? Preview the program by watching the complete first session video here:
DivorceCare Session 1 - Deep Hurt