Ms. Jackie Johnson, renowned author in the field of relationships, and facilitator of numerous groups assisting individuals in how to cope with divorce, has released her latest research findings. These conclusions concerning how to cope with divorce have revealed new methods and practices to assist individuals in learning the best ways to cope with a breakup.
Queensland, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/18/2013 -- Ms. Jackie Johnson, renowned author in the field of relationships, and facilitator of numerous groups assisting individuals in how to cope with divorce, has released her latest research findings. These conclusions concerning how to cope with divorce have revealed new methods and practices to assist individuals in learning the best ways to cope with a breakup. Ms. Johnson’s research discovered that while there are no instant fixes or magic bullets to get over the trauma of divorce, she did discover time-tested methods which will greatly improve the chances of an individual overcoming the effects of divorce.
Mr. Johnson’s research also revealed that if an individual applied these strategies using a consistent methodology, that an individual greatly increases his or her chances of obtaining emotional healing with the end result of living a normal, happy and productive life. In conducting her research with individuals who are dealing with a divorce , Ms. Johnson discovered that the question most often asked by these individuals was “why do I hurt so much?” Her research concluded that individuals coping with a breakup often experience a state of shock or a sense of numbness, and in addition often experience depression, both during and after the divorce. Her research also indicated that while these feelings may be and often are very real, they can be dealt with in a healthy and constructive manner. In addition Ms. Johnson discovered that those individuals, who made changes to embrace their loss and accepted those losses, had a much shorter recovery time in surviving their divorce.
This was found to be particularly true for the ones that wrote down their thoughts and feelings, and thus chronicled their healing process. One surprising result of Ms. Johnson’s research was the effects of divorce on children of the parents of a failed marriage. The emotions and feelings that the parents experience by going through a divorce were in most cases, also being experienced by the children. Her conclusion was that the breakup of a home creates a tremendous amount of anxiety for children, and that this anxiety often expressed itself in signs of depression, lack of energy, possible loss of interest in school or school activities, as well as isolation.
However, she found that when the parents encouraged the children to talk about their feelings, it was possible for the children of the marriage to cope with divorce and thus significantly shorten the amount of time that it takes for the children to heal. For more info. go to: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007Y02SXG or http://youtu.be/SMuykBIbukM
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