“The most authentic thing about us is our capacity to create, to overcome, to endure, to transform, to love and to be greater than our suffering.”
— Ben Okri
You are probably here because of a recent breakup or divorce. You are looking for ways out of the pain.
And maybe deep down you already feel that this might be an opportunity for you to grow and correct life-long challenges all around relationships.
Since 2005, I have dedicated my life to helping you to use this experience to change your life for the better: becoming strong, successful, high self-esteem, self-aware, loving themselves, living their purpose and having fulfilled relationships.
All in all, shaping your own destiny and living the life you deserve.
Where To Start?
If your breakup is fresh, you should start by reading my article about the two things that are important in your recovery:
It describes my personal experiences and the very moment my recovery really started (including the things my relative said to me that truly changed my life).
Another article you should read that will prepare you for your way ahead is this one:
This article is also based on my own experiences and it will help you to deal with all the obstacles that will come up during your recovery.
The following article is about the very first step that you should take in your recovery:
It is also recommendable to subscribe to my daily newsletters that will motivate you and help you with specific situations that might come up.
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Answers To Questions (A Selection)
Here are a few questions that came up very often, answered in an article:
- How can I fall out of love with my Ex?
- I am so afraid of being alone and I miss him/her
- Am I addicted to my Ex?
- Is my Ex a narcissist?
- WHY has he/she stopped loving me?
- What are the worst mistakes that I can make in my recovery?
- WHY does it hurt so much?
- How can I get rid of all that anger I feel?
- WHY do men break up with women?
- What is the last step in my recovery?