A Breakup? 4 Tips For Healing and Reducing The Risk Of Another Breakup!
Going Through a Breakup Does Not Always Have To Be Painful.
Some middle-aged women who go through breakups say the experience is so painful they don’t want to date again. But according to research and to my own experience working with women all over the world, it’s actually healthier to let go now rather than hoping that things might change in the long run.
Here are some tips for healing, based on my 3-C-tested- and- tried Meraki Way process and reducing the risk of another breakup, after a break-up.
1. It might help to talk about your feelings with somebody you trust like a friend, family member, or coach, and healer specializing in relationships, like myself.
2. It’s important to take care of yourself-eat right and exercise when possible.
3. If you decide to start dating again, make sure you’re in the right headspace (i.e., no rebound).
4. It’s important to use a love strategy that works, one that will allow you to take responsibility for what happened and why so that you can be aware of your unconscious dynamics and resolve them.
Tips for healing after a breakup
After a breakup, it’s important to spend time by yourself. Don’t avoid your feelings. Talk to somebody you trust about what’s going on.
Awareness is the key to freedom and to joy!
It’s also important to take care of yourself-eating right and exercise when possible.
If you start dating again, make sure you’re in the right headspace (i.e., no rebound). Dating is a process of elimination, so it might take some time before you find someone who’s right for you. And it’s okay if you don’t find someone right away; it’s also possible to be happy alone.
If you’re in the mood for love, try to set aside time for yourself to do something you enjoy like reading, working out, or cooking. This will help you feel more confident about dating again. Loving yourself is the most important part of self-healing.
Reduce the risk of another breakup
In light of this, it’s important to take steps to reduce the risk of another breakup.
One way is to be mindful when you go on a date again. According to a study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, it is more likely that a dating relationship will end in a breakup when people are in a rebound.
The study found that people in a rebound were more likely to have breakups with their new partners because they were more likely to go into the relationship with “low levels of commitment, high levels of negativity toward the partner, and low levels of intimacy.”
In order to avoid getting hurt again, it is important to be mindful of what you’re looking for in a partner and what you want from a relationship.
Conclusion+A Special Gift For You❤️
It’s important to know that there is no magic “recovery” time after a breakup.
It’s a process and the time it takes to heal is different for everyone and each breakup is different because it depends on your level of awareness.
But his does not mean that healing takes infinite time!
I have many examples of women working with me that let go of their feelings of guilt, shame, and frustration, after 48 hours using the Meraki Way healing tools.
The difference that makes the difference is the level of motivation one has to heal, let go and create space for introspection and healing.
As you heal, make sure to take care of yourself and stay mindful. And if you do decide to start dating again, it’s important to make sure you’re in the right mindset that is functional for you.
Lastly, don’t forget your past.
Healing from your past has gifts: It’s an important part of who you are and how you learned what not to do.
For a start, I invite you to attend my 50-minute Masterclass full of tips and practical tools.
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