How To Deal With Hurt From Past Relationships

Have you ever experienced hurt or betrayal by your current or ex partner? Do you still feel hurt although the incident may have happened months or years ago? If so, you may have experienced an attachment injury to the bond that you and your partner share. When this happens, relationship distress is predictable.

Over the course of any relationship, partners will make mistakes, hurt or disappoint their loved one. The bigger problem is how couples typically react to these unfortunate circumstances. These reactions may include “sweeping it under the rug,” therefore moving past the incident too quickly, or even minimizing and denying the impact of the hurt. It is nearly impossible to heal these past hurts without talking about them.

In these kind of situations, it can not be simply “swept under the rug” if you want your relationship to work. You need to speak about your pain and what is bothering you to your partner. The offending partner needs to recognise how they have hurt you and engage with your empathy.

Although some attachment injuries can be worked through by couples on their own, many can be complicated to process. Reaching out to us can help provide a safe space to heal the past hurt in your relationship.

Sadness, feeling down, having a loss of interest or pleasure in daily activities – these are symptoms familiar to all of us. But, if they persist and affect our life substantially, it may be depression .In this condition we should consult with Counsellor In Fulham .

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