To stop thinking about your Ex and to move on is one of the core problems you have to solve in your breakup recovery. There are three important steps that you must take to do that.
And while they seem easy at first … step 1 requires something that most of us aren’t prepared to do. Please read on.
When it comes to breakup mistakes, I’ve made them all. But there are 5 in particular that you really should avoid as they would throw you miles back in your recovery.
Do you feel the need to being friends with an Ex? Do you desperately want to try? This might not be a good idea because staying friends can compromise your recovery in a significant way. But there’s something you can do and keep your power at the same time.
When we decide to start our recovery after a breakup – and this has to be a conscious decision – we are often faced with the frightening prospect of pain and suffering. It then helps to remind ourselves of WHAT we really want to accomplish.
When I look back at my personal recovery journey, there are three main reasons WHY I’m happy to have gone through the pain. Will they apply to you as well? Please read on…
The reasons for a relationship ending are not always obvious to the one who was left alone. One of the true benefits of break-up recovery is that we discover what went wrong, and are able to learn from these mistakes.
When I got to the point where I was aware of what led to our break-up, I knew exactly where I had to improve and what I had to avoid in future relationships. It was a painful realization, but my marriage wouldn’t be the same today had I not faced it.
Do you know what went wrong in your relationship? If not, please read on.
A break-up is usually followed by pain – if you cared, there’s no way around it. But it doesn’t have to stay this way. You have the choice to turn this around and make your break-up the best thing that ever happened to you – a success. Something that changed your life profoundly. As I did back then.
Please read on to understand what I mean.