Our expert says:
Its probably good that you have realized that whatever is not right within this relationship, it has included you starting to become the sort of person you don't want to be, and it is wise to end it. HOW you have both acted in ending it is unfortunate, and unhlpful.
But don't be nervous about counselling. As Maria says, in any form of counselling you have to be frank with yourself and the counsellor ( the only person you can cheat within counselling is yourself ). There's no need to be embarrassed by facing up to whatever has been going wrong, as it is a setting within which you can learn from these events and find better ways of handling such problems in the future. You are only "impotent" within counselling situations if you insist on being so. Properly used, these ae opportunities for empowerment and wisdom, and who of us doesn't need more of both of those ?
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