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Finding Love After Divorce

By: Eva M. Selhub, M.D.

According to The Americans for Divorce Reform it is estimated that 40 or possibly 50 percent of marriages will end in divorce. This means one in two couples will break their vows.

Given this trend, I am not surprised that the soon to be divorcee seeks out my help, looking to manage their sleep deprivation, weight gain, stomach pains, anxiety, depression, growing fear of financial doom, being alone forever, not making it out alive, bitterness and resentment, and of course, working through raging anger.

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