Your divorce journey may not yet be complete. In the early stages, there is fear, anger, confusion, and sadness. Later on, you may still be carrying baggage that is keeping you from living your fullest life. Your experience with divorce is particular to you, but others have gone before and can help show the way. The Wildstream Retreat is something you can do for yourself to help you find direction, a deep sense of peace, and move on to the next chapter of your life.
How do I know whether the Wildstream Retreat is right for me?
Participants in the Wildstream Retreat are, for the most part, either recently divorced or a few years post-divorce. Some were married a short while, others were married 30+ years. Perhaps you initiated the divorce, or your spouse did. Participants are referred to Wildstream Retreat, usually from a DivorceCare group leader, a pastor, a Christian counselor or past alumni of the retreat.
If you are hurting, stuck or angry because of your divorce, there is no need to make the divorce journey alone. And, if Wildstream Retreat isn’t appropriate for you at this time, we will be happy to direct you to other sources.