Oceanlover said on
I believe that both parties should get counseling after a dvorce because it is not a easy process to endure. But although kleonrose has a point, I believe that it is because of this reason that men need more counseling. They need to let their feelings out instead of holding it all in and possibly having a breakdown when it becomes too much to handle.
Ridgeway said on
Divorce is a traumatic experience for every individual, whether man or woman. Both men and women need divorce counseling, and how much of it will depend on the unique circumstances and the extent to which each person has suffered. Women tend to be able to express their feelings more freely than men, and women usually have the support and help of other women who come around them during stressful times. Men on the other hand sometimes feel the pressure of society to appear “strong” at all times, and find it hard to admit, even to friends when they are struggling. Therefore, counseling can be of great benefit to both men and women when they seek help in this avenue.
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