Dr Eve, Clinical Sexologist talks to Redi Tlhabi about relationship transitions, why people go through those changes, and how to manage the process.
Dr Eve says that people need to deal with the grief of losing someone, the grief of resentment and loneliness that follows a loss.
If you did not process grief work, if you did not accept that you are still in huge pain, in anger and resentment you are not going to be able to move into a new relationship.— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
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One of the highest statistics is people who marry for the second time have got a higher rate of divorce than people who marry for the first time.— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
If you want to date again, and you have a person who is bitching, talks about their ex all the time, who is raging or talks about their divorce, it’s time to let it go before it even begins, because that person needs to be going through grief therapy before you can even begin to date— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist