Why Your Marriage Ended?
It’s the question that haunts everyone who’s just been through a divorce.
I’ve never met a couple who intended to break up when they decided to get married. They all thought and were 100% SURE that this person was the one, and that they were going to take on life together, beat the odds of divorce, and have a love story worth telling.
But then…. something happened.
It wasn’t overnight, either.
It was so gradual that it was almost impossible to notice. (In fact, for two people so in love with each other it WAS impossible to notice.)
And when it becomes to inevitable to fix and divorce is finally decided upon, the same question everyone always asks is…
But why me?
Didn’t I know better than this?
HOW did this happen to US?
And it’s a hard question to answer.
And while there IS an answer and you CAN get to the bottom of it & solve it for all your future relationships, it can be tough to face.
Because when you’re a part of a “we” for so long, it becomes part of your identity… whether you intended it to or not.
THIS is why I’ve put together my free 5-part email course.
In it, you learn why your marriage came apart, the part you played in it, and most importantly, HOW to empower yourself to move forward to make sure these things aren’t an issue in any of your future romantic relationships. (To virtually divorce-proof yourself, if you will.)
Get it for free now.
About Dr Deborah Hecker
Dr. Deborah Hecker has been in private practice as a psychoanalyst and psychotherapist for more than thirty-five years. She has a Master’s degree from Columbia University and a Ph.D. from the Union Institute. Dr. Hecker is the author of Who Am I Without My Partner? Post—Divorce Healing and Rediscovering Your SELF and Torn Between Two Loves: How Entrepreneurs Can Successfully Commit to Both Business and Significant Others. She has contributed to print magazines and newspapers including The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune and Harper’s Bazaar. Dr. Hecker has been interviewed on national radio and talk shows, including on PBS, Radio MD and ABC.
You should consider counseling with me if:
- You are willing to take a hard look at yourself. Counseling is work, but I will work with you.
- You are willing to face your fears.
- You are willing to learn new tools to replace bad habits and make permanent changes.
- You are willing to be honest with yourself (and me) about things you may want to avoid acknowledging.
You should NOT consider counseling with me if:
- You are looking for a quick fix and instant solutions. Authentic change doesn’t come easily.
- You are looking for free advice. In order to change your behaviors, you must be prepared to take full responsibility for your own life.
- You think I have the magic answer to your problems. I do not.
- You are not prepared to be uncomfortable before feeling better.
Find out WHY your marriage ended.