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Suddenly Single: Redefining Me

By Deidra D. S. Green

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"Should our relationship status define who we are? https://hdtk.co/gIe0i"

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Suddenly losing a love is hard. There are so many feelings and emotions that come with sudden loss. We can experience grief and loss, abandonment, mistrust, self-doubt and sadness. We find fault in ourselves and may possibly feel that we are unlovable. We doubt ourselves and we question our circumstances. We may even question God as to why this had to happen to us? What did we do to deserve it? Will we ever love again, and will someone ever love us?

Suddenly Single: Redefining Me is a guide designed to aid in answering the questions that trouble our relationships and our hearts.  This self help guide explores relationship status, the impact, and how we allow our status to define us. The information contained takes a critical look at how we become single, how we understand being single, emotional progression regarding our status and how we move from single to satisfied.

 

Deidra D. S. Green earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Southern Illinois – Carbondale. She went on to earn a masters’ of social work degree from George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University, St. Louis Missouri. In 2000, Deidra was awarded the Accredited Clinical Social Worker distinction from the National Association of Social Workers. She is a member of the Black Association of Social Workers and has completed her course work for a doctorate of philosophy in Human Behavior.

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Created on 2017-03-05 05:53:17