Uncoupling: A Healthier Way to Cope With The End of Relationships

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Dr T J Jordan

When a meaningful relationship ends, one that included intimacy and some degree of commitment, we often have feelings of pain, sadness, anger and even hatred. An impact of the loss we experience can be looking back at the relationship through a dark and clouded lens, mistakenly deciding…

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Dr T J Jordan

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Passionate about sexualities, masculinities, relationships, intimacy, mental health, CPTSD , animals, growth, psychology, exotic lovers and locations.

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