How to Help Your Divorcing Friend If Grief Turns to Depression
DES MOINES, Iowa, Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — You expect your friend who’s going through a divorce to experience a range of emotions, but how can you tell if the sadness of loss has become a more serious depression? Nancy Schornack, a licensed mental health counselor, offers several signs of what depression looks like in real life and practical tips friends, family and co-workers can use to help.
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When a friend or family member is going through a divorce, most people find it tough to know what to say or how to help. Support in a Split targets the extended support groups of people going through divorce and offers practical ways for them to help during a difficult time. With insight from attorneys, divorce counselors and divorce survivors, blog topics range from exercise, dating and updating legal documents. Support In A Split is sponsored by ARAG(®), a global provider of legal solutions.
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