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55 Deborah Moskovitch


Coping with the post-divorce blues


Feeling sidelined after your divorce is normal however you can get over the feeling of social isolation Deborah Moskvitch explanisl


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s it possible to embrace the feel- ing of aloneness and actually do something positive about it? At the beginning of their separation


or divorce, many people often feel abandoned or sidelined by their mar- ried friends. The dynamics of socializ- ing often change upon separation and divorce. While the situation of being the odd person out in a couple’s world is not uncommon, it can be unnerving. Suddenly single, it’s at this time in your life when you need the love and support of your friends. I not only hear about the loneliness


frequently from my clients and friends, but experienced this first hand when I was newly separated. Not every couple excludes the single person, but there are lots who do. There are


Home Alone?


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