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6 Tips to Heal from Separation/Divorce


At the Relationship Help Resort in Arizona we are dedicated to doing all we can to save and heal relationships, but what if you have already separated or divorced? Then what?

A broken heart is similar to a physical wound on your body such as a broken ankle or a serious burn. You would not consider not treating a serious physical wound, because you realize that the wounds could get infected, not heal properly and lead to future health problems. But a broken heart is a very serious wound as well that has emotional, physical and psychological ramifications if not tended to well. But most of us do not know what we should do to help ourselves in the healing process during and after a relationship crisis? Let’s look at six simple steps that can help you heal and grow stronger for your future.


1. Access Where/WHO You Are

To start the process of healing, it is wise to begin with understanding where you are emotionally and psychologically. This is no simple task. Different personality color tendencies cause us to react differently to the devastation called divorce. Also, as you can imagine, divorce is easier emotionally for the one who wants to end the relationship than it is for the one who doesn’t. People with different color personality tendencies experience and handle their feelings differently. Some people with strong yellow color personality tendencies can allow their feelings to overwhelm and incapacitate them, while often, people with red color personality tendencies can be strongly impacted by anger and rage issues, while people with purple color personality tendencies can attempt to shut the feelings out all together, which usually doesn’t work all that well, while people with orange color personality tendencies may look to drugs and alcohol to help them threw. You are beginning to see what I am talking about. We are unique with our own personality color blends that lead us to behave in different ways. If you are in the midst of a divorce or separation, this is the perfect time to devote time getting to know YOU. This is the best time to examine who you are, how you think, who you are at your best and certainly who you are at your worst, which I am sure has played a role in the relationship conflict you are experiencing. One awesome recommendation is to take a series of personality insight tests to better understand yourself and those around you like the Primary Colors Personality Tests and Insight Tools.