January is notoriously the month when couples break up, with so-called ‘Divorce Day’ falling on the first Monday after New Year’s Day.

It’s thought that spending so much time together over the festive period is the last straw for many relationships – and people tend to wait until January to avoid a messy break up over the holidays.

But it’s also the time that couples try to seek help – almost a third of therapists notice a big increase in the number of enquiries for couples’ counselling services, with big spikes after Christmas and into January.

Now, to help relationships make it through ‘breakup month’, therapists from the British Association from Counselling and Psychotherapy (BCAP) are offering free advice with their newly released booklet, by a group of six therapists called ’the couples collective’.

Source: Read Full Article