Counselling for relationship loss

Counselling for relationship loss by Yvonne at Daisy Vision Counselling

I  offer counselling for relationship loss as I recognize that having someone to talk to and support you is important when grieving.

Grief is a natural reaction to loss and when you experience the break-up of a relationship or divorce, you may face many losses.

There's the loss of companionship and someone to share life with, but others may include a loss of routine, role in the home, relationships with family members or friends, and end to hopes and dreams for the future together.

It's also quite natural to feel anxious about how to cope financially, and feel nervous and doubtful about ever finding someone else to share life with. You may feel unable to move on from your place of pain and suffering.


If you’re experiencing grief as a result of a relationship break-up, try to be kind to yourself.

Here’s some tips for coping with your grief:

- Don’t fight emotions of  extreme sadness, anger, regret, resentment, fear and confusion. Suppressing them prolongs the grieving process.
- Try to talk about your feelings – this can help to provide a release the leads to healing, and it always feels much harder to grieve all alone.
- Keep to a routine as this can be comforting as it gives a sense of normality and structure to your day.
- Look after yourself – eating healthily (resisting the temptation to binge eat, or refuse to eat), keeping to your sleep regime, and exercising.
  • allow yourself the odd treat but don't binge eat or starve yourself
  • grief can affect sleep but keeping to regular bedtime routines can help you to manage to get essential sleep, helping you to cope better
  • keeping up with the gym or other regular exercise you enjoy, or Even just going for a walk regularly will help you.
- Keep a social life – try to meet up with existing friends who can help you build a new social life and try new places or interest groups.

Counselling for relationship loss:

If you need support through the grieving process and help to pick up the pieces and build a new life, counselling for relationship loss may be your answer. I can provide you an outlet for your feelings and allow you to share your struggles, without fear of being judged.


You can contact me on 07726 465229 or email [email protected].


I’d be happy to talk about having grief counselling and how I can help you work through your pain at your own pace, and find healing and hope for your future.