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But, I also notice that many describe their own addiction of sorts – to the partner.

A love and attachment you cannot shake, despite the consequences. My first suggestion would be to treat with skepticism any advice to take choice 1 over choice 2. And only you will know just how much sadness and anxiety is going to be inherent with either option.

We often hear the term “narcissist,” but what does it mean?

From my vantage point as a psychotherapist, I work with many individuals who are leaving and healing from relationships, especially romantic ones, with people who are narcissists.

This page has been written to give you the information and advice you need to cope with living with an alcoholic.

I am not saying it will be easy but, armed with the information here, I hope you will be able to make choices about the situation you are in. Then you might just be allowing them to continue with their drinking? Well, I've said and done a lot of stupid things during my life as an alcoholic. Read my page on enabling to find out more about how you may well be encouraging your loved one to drink(albeit unconsciously).

But she admits she could barely function for a full year after the split.

It may take a long time to recover—and that's okay.

Psychotherapist Pandora Mac Lean-Hoover, who's divorced, also suggests finding a therapist who knows firsthand how vulnerable you are.

"Therapists who haven't experienced divorce often create false hope," in regards to recovering quickly.

to do) if you're going through—or just contemplating—a divorce.

Here, real women share what they wish they'd known when they split from their husbands and divorce professionals weigh in on how to combat the most unexpected, yet most common, mistakes they've seen clients make.