Recovering from a breakup
When a relationship ends, it can feel overwhelming.
In that way, a broken heart needs the same kind of attention you would give any injury to your body. If your leg was broken, you wouldn’t just “remember the good times” or “focus on the positive”. You’d see a specialist, and start treating the problem.
And that’s what I do.
I help you navigate the stress, sleeplessness, loneliness, racing thoughts and all the big, addictive feelings that can weigh you down when a relationship comes to an end (yes, even a toxic relationship).
It can feel like an addiction, trying to get over the other person. For this reason, it’s important to uncover the root cause of the issue, which may include attachment issues or family dynamics that have caused you to get tangled up in unhappy patterns.
A new you...
A breakup can actually serve as a wakeup – a way for you to get in touch with beliefs, distortions and ways of being that may have been holding you back and allowing you to stay comfortable in your discomfort.
It’s not enough to let time heal wounds. It’s about digging deep, uncovering the issues, and coming out better for it, and for your future relationships.