The reality of her husband’s affairs did not hit Carmel until she had separated from her husband. Looking back the verbal, emotional and sometimes physically abuse had taken its toll on her self-esteem and self worth. She was afraid of this man and did everything he demanded to keep the peace for her girl’s sake. With the help of family and friends, Carmel was able to get through her breakup and now wakes up each day with peace of mind and a knowing that she is a good person
After separating and getting back together during her six-year relationship, Julie developed an awareness of what she did and didn’t want in her life. This stopped the cycle of drama, trauma, pain and suffering. She realized that having choices and seeing that different possibilities are available, and she gained a deeper understanding of what was going to work for her in all aspects of her life.
After overcoming the challenge of an ex-wife who would constantly harass and threaten her partner using his daughter as pawn. The end of the relationship resulted from Kathy’s partner not being able to set financial boundaries and manage his money. Through self-awareness and courage Kathy worked through her grief and her own weaknesses to become a more rounded and confident person.
Going through a breakup is no easy task. Your breakup can leave you feeling lonely, depressed and anxious about your future. You can find that you have somehow lost your sense of identity and don’t feel comfortable being alone. Breaking up is a process and it takes time to process the painful emotions, but if you put in place the 2 ways I have offered in this podcast then you will come out the other side with more self-awareness and the ability to start rebuilding your life.