Healing from Break-up
Re-emerging and rediscovering your path
No matter how prepared you think you are for a break-up, when you finally rip off the Band-Aid and reality sets in, the emotional stress and shock can be overwhelming. In this book, we will go through constructive steps, explanations, and finding a deeper understanding for the root causes of your break-up, your pain, and, ultimately, getting your power back from the past and refocusing your goals on the future. What is of the utmost importance is for you to rediscover your life, your path, and your new future. Throughout this journey with me, we will explore why your relationship ended. Start your healing journey to heal humiliation, fear, anger, rejection, self-esteem, fear of being alone, healing grief, loss of trust and support, restoring your faith in your new identity, re-evaluating your values for love, boundaries, communications, self-love, and creating the relationship that you want. And, last but not least, you will learn how to reclaim your identity.
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You will also receive complimentary access to healing meditations, affirmations and exercises to complete as you progress through the book to optimize your healing journey!
What you will find in the book
If your relationship was abusive
Moving on from an abusive relationship
A bad relationship does not always equal a negative past.
Some people move on faster than others do
Break the cycle of anger and establish healthy boundaries
Compromising to your detriment
Are you trying to change your partner?
Incompatibility as a result of negative associations
Denial, Shock, and Overcorrecting Past Mistakes
Grief and showing emotion mean that you have started the process of acceptance
Feeling humiliated and ashamed of your circumstances
Understanding the difference between acceptance and surrendering
Feeling anger / rejected / not good enough and potentially like a failure
The next step in your life starts with a decision
The Story of your past relationship
Grief, Guilt, Loss of Trust, and Support
Do you still feel you could have done more?
Trust in a partner has been challenged
What is your default state when you go through painful times?
Losing support and feeling too proud to be supported
Resistance to allowing yourself to be supported
When feelings of guilt are tied into the grieving process
Let’s explore why your relationship ended
Values for a relationship / partnership
Losing yourself in a relationship
Why did you get married or step into a committed relationship?
Letting go of the fear of change
Steps to take to break the hibernating cycle
Divine timing - when to start dating again and how to attract the right partner
Steps to creating the relationship that you want