Alvia from Act4Tomorrow shares how the fear that her clients have built up in their minds can keep them trapped in an unhappy relationship. Fear can build a scenario into something so large that it stops people from making informed decisions and moving forward. Having someone to help you to face your fears will not only empower you but will give you back the control you need to breakup with your partner.
Nothing is more damaging to your confidence and self-esteem than being in an emotionally abusive relationship. So often you make excuses for their behavior, think that it is your fault or feel that you can change their ways. In this episode I offer practical techniques so that you can overcome and move forward after leaving an abusive relationship.
After fifteen years of physical and mental abuse Jan made the heart breaking decision to leave the family home without her children. The abuse and intimidation continued even after she left; he stalked her, slashed her tyres & made continual death threats. Jan refused to play victim & regained her self-esteem and started a career she was told was out of her reach. Jan slowly rebuilt relationships with her children only to have her daughter tragically taken away from her.
Taylor Brown tells us how her own breakup lead to a great idea and concept that takes the burden away from someone who has just broken up and needs to return their expartner’s belongings back to them. Her business Breakup Box offers a simple and hassle free way for you to send back anything your ex-partner has left at your home. Contact Taylor @ http://www.breakupbox.us