People suffering the emotional pain of divorce or separation often seek help in early autumn – the post holiday, let’s get sorted, time of year, or just after Christmas when relationships come to a head.
Wokingham-based national charity Divorce Recovery Workshop is offering help with its Reading course aimed at people in Berkshire and south Oxfordshire. It runs over two weekends, usually, starting on Friday evening and continuing on Saturday.
The course is at Brookside Hall, Brookside Close, Earley RG6 7HG. Co-ordinator, John Kemp, a founder trustee of DRW, said: ‘In autumn people embark on all kinds of new courses. They also decide to tackle what might be long standing pain of relationship separation or divorce’.
The course changed his life after his marriage ended: ‘It changed my mindset. I needed to see my future and not look back’.
Anne of Reading who attended a DRW course and now helps the charity said: ‘We are here to help. DRW has a proven track record’.
‘After my divorce I struggled to come to terms with bewilderment, loss, anger, bitterness and betrayal. It’s a horrible, tough, awful time. DRW showed me a way through. I never imagined I could live life to the full again’.
The sessions start with a warm welcome, cups of tea or coffee and include the topics:-
Is this really happening to me? Coping with your ex-spouse, Assuming new responsibilities, Letting go and forgiveness, Family matters’ and Thinking about new relationships.
The next course will be Friday evening 31st March, Sat 21st April, Friday 7th May and Sat 8th May
Bookings are being taken now
The course will be at held at –
For an informal chat or more information,
or to book on the next course by phone –
Tel: Kathy 0118 978 5101
Tel: John or Melanie 0118 979 2770
There is plenty of free parking at Brookside and you will be warmly greeted with a cup of tea of coffee before every session. A light lunch is also provided.
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