Divorce is one of the most difficult experiences that most people will ever face. Even the most amicable of divorces can create intense emotional and psychological issues which may have lasting effects if they are not given attention. The good news is that there is help for facing the challenges that divorce brings. This six-week series will use the book Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends, featuring divorce process rebuilding blocks, a proven 19-step process for putting one’s life back together after divorce. This widely-used approach to divorce recovery makes the process healthier and less traumatic for those who are going through a divorce. The focus will be on gaining insights into facing the experience of divorce, and offering time for participants to process their current experience in a supportive setting. Rev. Phyllis Barren is an ordained United Methodist minister who also holds a Masters in Psychology and is an LPC-I. This series is free and open to members and non-members of FUMCFW. For participants who would like a copy of the book, it will be available for $15 in the church office in advance or at the first class. For more information contact Phyllis Barren () at 817/339-5082. To register, contact Marianne Wilson () at 817/339-5071.
Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends is a 10-week secular study and discussion style class to help people adjust to the ending of a love relationship, as in divorce or death, or in the loss of an engagement or other significant love relationship.