I was recently asked to join a local radio station and share what Break-up Recovery coaching is. Being a new way to heal after a break-up, a new support system for Women in Canberra, it was wonderful to share with the presenters exactly what I do.
My support is for women who find after their break-up is leaving them feeling alone and lacking confidence and unsure about where to go from here, 'BREAK-UP RECOVERY COACHING' can help women move into the next phase of their life with ease and confidence.
So I want to share with you a little about break-up recovery coaching especially if you haven't connected with me yet. It’s a new way to look at life after a divorce or relationship break-up. With health and wellness strategies and emotional support from me, you will move forward after your break-up with a healthy and positive outlook.
With my support, you will transition with confidence into the next phase of your life as you heal with a healthy mind, body and soul. With my support, you will have more clarity with decision making and your feelings of being overwhelmed will significantly reduce.
My coaching unlike therapy, gives you emotional support and guidance as you set goals for yourself and your children.
Coaching provides you with the ability to take CONTROL of your LIFE in a POSITIVE way. Break-up recovery coaching will enhance you through your journey as you transition from a relationship to single life, without fear.
I know how you may be feelng, I've been there myself. With my learnings from my own relationship break-up and divorce and training, I can help YOU make clearer and rational decisions and help rebuild your life and move forward.
On the radio segment, I mentioned it’s important for women to write a grateful list from their recent relationship. The presenters on the radio station gave me a look of concern. And asked “How does that work?" Sure finding all the grateful things when you are not feeling grateful sounds outrageous. And even more so when you are not coping…
Once you sit down and start writing down a list of things you were grateful for, and it could be just a couple of things or a whole page. Your mindset starts to shift. Thoughts of negative flip and become a positive. Ok, so you will realise, yes there were some positive aspects of the relationship, it may even hurt alittle and you may cry when you do this practice.
Coming to the realisation your relationship is over can be difficult, but remember, the positive parts will be empowering to your healing. It will make you realise not all was bad and the fact you had this with a person, you can have it again. Remember the good times. Don’t push them away. If you hold onto only the negative and bad aspects of the relationship, you will find yourself taking longer to heal and to move forward. Holding onto the negative energy from a break-up will only bring you down.
Having the right support when going through a break-up is so important to be able to move forward with a positive outcome.
Break-ups are difficult but you will get through it