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IT'S HARD TO BREAKUP, SEPARATE, OR DIVORCE

Matthew Matt Lindgren is an Oakland therapist counselor coach who offers divorce, separation, and breakup (break up) therapy, counseling, and coaching.

Maybe you're considering whether or not to leave your relationship, or perhaps your partner has already left or is threatening to leave. You might be in the process of separating or filing for divorce.

You might be in process of moving out of a place you share with a boyfriend or girlfriend. Perhaps you're dealing with painful finanical and emotional concerns related to alimony, spousal support, child support, child custody or visitation.

No matter where you are in the process of separation, breakup (break up), or divorce, Matthew "Matt" Lindgren can help.

THE LOVE YOU ONCE HAD IS NOW PAIN & ANGER

It can be hard to understand how the person you once knew could turn toward you with such anger, resentment, and spite. The person who once thought the world of you may now misinterpret your motivations and view your every gesture with suspicion and ill will. This person may even be the parent of your child.

YOU MIGHT BE CONSIDERING LEAVING

Maybe you're considering whether or not to leave your relationship, or perhaps your partner has already left or is threatening to leave. You're not sure what to do next. You may have children together and not know what's best for them.

Perhaps you've tried couples therapy and it didn't work, or maybe your partner won't go to therapy. Your partner might not want to deal with the hassle of arguing anymore, or maybe he or she just assumes you'll never leave and takes you for granted.

You might need to talk with someone who doesn't have an agenda, who won't take sides, and who can help you figure out for yourself what's right for you.

YOU MIGHT BE SEPARATED, BROKEN UP, OR FILING FOR DIVORCE

Maybe you or your partner have taken steps to separate, breakup (break up), or divorce. You may be the person initiating the separation, or perhaps it's your partner. One or both of you may want to stay together or feel ambivalent about breaking up.

You might be in process of moving out of a place you share with a boyfriend or girlfriend. Perhaps you're dealing with painful finanical and emotional concerns related to alimony, spousal support, child support, child custody or visitation. You might be considering having to sell your home or drastically changing your quality of life.

If you and your partner share financial obligations or children, the process of separating, breaking up, or divorcing might be a prolonged form of agony, with every court date or communication or interaction with your partner another opportunity for pain, hurt, and anger.

SEPARATIONS, BREAKUPS, & DIVORCE ARE TRAUMATIC

Divorce and break ups (breakups) can be quite traumatic, leaving a person with a tremendous sense of grief, anger, sadness, confusion, and disbelief.

  • You may be initially adjusting to the idea that your partner wants to leave, or just coming to realize this seems like the way for you. You may feel a senes of shock and denial that your relationship is really over. It may feel as if it's not quite real.
  • You may feel tremendous anger and rage toward your partner for failing to carry his or her end of the bargain, or for leaving unfairly.
  • The rage may alternate with sadness, grief, and depression.
  • You may find yourself attempting to negotiate with your partner, only to realize it pushes your partner further away and strengthen's his or her resolve to leave.
  • You might find yourself obsessing over the history of relationship, trying to determine what you could have done differently.

MATTHEW MATT LINDGREN WOULD LIKE TO HELP

Matthew Matt Lindgren helps people who are dealing with divorce, break ups (breakups), and separations like yourself every day at his therapy office in Oakland. He is a relationship and therapy expert, and holds a license as a California marriage and family therapist.

Matthew Matt Lindgren may be able to help you come out the other side of your separation, breakup (break up), or divorce to feel better and become the new person you would like to be.

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