February 24, 2022
Last year, in 2021, Peru reached a historic peak in divorces, having more than 7,000 cases entered in Public Registries. This process is usually difficult and even more so if you have small children, as it causes feelings of pain, anger, helplessness, frustration, sadness, fear, anxiety and even loneliness. For this reason, it is important to learn to cope with a separation and thus avoid depression. Psychologist Carmen Bravo de Rueda, specialist at Clinica Ricardo Palma, highlights that for any change in life, time is needed to adapt and accept what is happening. Therefore, below, she gives us some advice to overcome this stage.
Key tips to deal with this process
Breakups are a natural process, which brings good days and bad days; however, it is important to face them and following these tips will help you to do so:
It is important to keep in mind that each person’s healing process and times are different. However, if grief and loneliness continue after a year, psychotherapeutic support should be sought.
Carmen Bravo de Rueda
Psychologist at Clínica Ricardo Palma