Breakups can leave you feeling confused and chaotic about the decisions and solutions you need to find for your problems. Listen to Kathy Daniel as she explains how a variety of meditation practices will leave you feeling calmer, more relaxed and better able to find solutions that will take you from survival mode to being more proactive and solution driven with your life.
Most of us need to work for a living in order to survive. So trying to get through your breakup and go to work at the same time can be overwhelming. Some days all you want to do is hide in the bathroom or curl up under your desk. In this podcast I offer some strategies so that you can get through your work obligations so that you can begin your journey of recovery.
How do you get through your first social function when you know that your expartner is going to attend and possibly be there with their new partner? Or what can you do if you are finding yourself alone at Christmas, Thanksgiving or your birthday. Alvia Turney from Act 4 Tomorrow shares her tips on how to survive what can be a terrifying and anxious time and turn this around to feeling empowered and confident to attend any future events.
Why do you think we fight with our partners? Listen to Erik Newton as we discus this issue and how breaking up can help us to better understand both our expartner and ourselves. And if we do not become aware of our issues and do the emotional work necessary to heal and rebuild we will carry the damage and baggage into future relationships.
Dealing with change at the best of times can be daunting. However when you are going through a breakup these changes can bring fear and anxiety back into your life as you try and cope the best way you can. There are a number of ways to make this process easier for you so that you feel that you can cope and everything will work out.
Elise explains how to weave together your sexuality and your spirituality to awaken consciousness in a really simple way. And how that giving yourself love and being loving with out criticism and judgement of yourself is one of the ways you are going to get back on track and feel healed and ready to move forward with your life after your breakup. Visit Elise Carr @ www.stellsmuse.com
If you feel that you have lost your self, you have lost your power after your breakup, then Elise Carr is the one who can help you to regain your self worth, change the way you think about your life and reprogram the way you process events. Elise facilitates empowerment so that you can change the way you live, think and breath and develop a stronger relationship with yourself and others, so harmony becomes the norm.
In this 1 year anniversary episode I gathered the top 5 downloaded episodes and drawn from them an overview of all the important information, strategies, skills and techniques. And who doesn’t like a free giveaway, so listen to the very end for your opportunity to gain this offer.
What should you say and do to help your friend who is going through the breakup process? Even though you may feel powerless and watching a friend go through a breakup is heart wrenching, you can in fact help and guide them through this difficult process. It’s about listening, helping and just being there for them that will make all the difference to their lives and to the way in which they can move forward after their breakup.
When you are going through a breakup you often wonder how you are going to cope with all the change that is happening in your life. You can feel that overwhelming fear that you are never going to get through the experience and that slowly you are loosing your sanity. Learn how to stay sane during your breakup and find ways that help you to cope and move forward with your life.
Closure can be that elusive term that you think you need in order to move forward with your life after a breakup. Achieving closure can be different for everyone, so for some it’s a conversation, finding answers to unanswered questions, an apology or just an understanding why the relationship ended. You might never get closure but it is possible you will reach a point when you start to feel ok and moving forward is an option that is achievable.
Jen’s 10 year relationship had progressivity declined, the romance had gone and neither party were actively making the necessary changes to fix things. Part of Jen’s healing process was to travel solo and journal her thoughts and feelings. She also threw herself into the dating scene as part of her recovery process as well as taking better care of her health and well-being.
Divorce force is an online community that is committed to empowering those affected by divorce. Greg Frank one of the co-founders explains how Divorce Force supports, educates, and answers many of your questions, which in turn helps you to navigate all aspects of divorce. Visit their web site www.divorceforce.com for further information and download their free app.
There are so many stages you go through when dealing with your relationship breakup and these stages must be dealt with and worked through if you want to get over some one you loved after your breakup. While it is rarely easy, it is possible to move forward with your life. You can heal after your breakup and you can get over some one you loved.
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
Kathy Daniel helps to demystify meditation and talks about the benefits of transcendental meditation. How the practice of 20 minutes twice a day can bring your body back to normal and all the symptoms you are having due to the stress in your life after a breakup will all settle down. Kathy also answers some of the most common questions you may be having about starting a meditation practice.
The pain you feel after a breakup is often unbearable. It hurts you to the core as you struggle to overcome the strong emotions you are feeling. Everything seems so hard and challenging as you navigate the emotional and physical agony of a breakup. Don’t be one of those people who stays stuck in their breakup. Sure your heart may feel like it has broken but that’s not to say if cannot be mended.
Coping with a relationship breakup can be one of the most difficult challenges a person faces in a lifetime. It can be destabilizing for the whole family as you try and navigate all the changes that are occurring. Coping after a relationship breakup is certainly not easy. In this podcast I offer three ways you can implement straight away to boost your chance of coping and moving forward after your breakup.
Breakups are stressful and upsetting times. Trying to cope with so many changes and upheavals can be a complicated process. Every one tells you have to move on after your breakup, but what does that actually mean. How do you move on? In this episode I look at some of the things that could be holding you back and what you can do to change this.
The ending of a relationship is often a time of reflection as we look at the part we played in the breakup and why it all happened the way it did. When you are in a co-dependent relationship you are putting the power in another person for the source of your happiness. In this episode we explore some ways to change your habits or behaviours surrounding co-dependency.
Relationship breakups can bring up many fears that can dominate your thoughts. It can paralyse and stop you from moving forward and create a cycle of more worrying thoughts and events that may never happen. Solutions and answers become out of the question as your internal chatter takes over. In this episode we look at ways to alleviate your fears and take back the control over your thoughts.
Kathy Daniel shares her effective technique she developed to help clients let go of the negative thought patterns surrounding their beliefs that they are not good enough or there is something in life that they can not have or do. Kathy helps turn a problem statement into a goal statement, along with a yoga/ kinesiology posture leaving you feeling light, connected, expansive and calm within.