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When a woman gets married, divorce is usually not her mind. When problems arise between spouses, women are forced to choose between speaking up for themselves and their rights or continuing to suffer and maintain a good family reputation.
Even if both partners consent, the divorce process is stressful for both. Either person may be furious, guilty, upset, doubtful, and believe that promises were not honored or that the other did not try hard enough. What if we include society and the reactions of those who will pity the woman and her children in this process?
Divorced women endure harmful rumors and difficulty in establishing new relationships. They are embarrassed and often hesitant to go out in public following the divorce because of social prejudice and stigma. In most cases, they do not have the emotional or psychological assistance they need to continue and establish their new life.
It's not simple to start over after a divorce. Many women found this to be a very lonely period in their life, not only because they had lost their partner or marriage, but also because their other social relationships start to break up since the common people they know tend to take sides.
Yasmine Madkour, a Somatic Therapist and Sexologist, will be with us to discuss how to begin your healing journey, regain and redefine your life, get in harmony with your body, and heal yourself after a traumatic experience so you can turn the page, set your values and beliefs, and create the life you want.Special أم
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