When a marriage ends, it can often be emotionally traumatic for both partners. In order to cope with the process of uncoupling, which can be mentally, physically, and financially demanding, a couple who is divorcing may choose to begin therapy. Divorce therapy is usually done on an individual basis. A person going through a divorce may experience a wide range of emotions including: guilt, fear, shame, anxiety, depression, anger and grief. Individuals who have divorced may learn more about what they require from a relationship and what they do not desire in a relationship, and they may, through therapy, discover more about their own nature and personal characteristics. Working with a therapist will help an individual have an objective view of how to proceed with their life. Therapy can also help someone see the future as an opportunity to grow as an individual.