How to get Through a Break up of Your RelationshipPosted by Donna Marie Thompson, PhD on Oct 19, 2011 in Bouncing Back, Relationships | 0 comments
Relationship Break Up?
This quote mentions forgiveness in your relationship. That might be the farthest thing from your mind right now. But even if you can’t deal with it now, please keep it in the back of your mind anyway. Forgiveness is the path to healing from your relationship break up. From your divorce. From your broken heart.
When it’s over for good with no hope of reconciliation, a new era in your life begins. It might start out slowly and even unwillingly, but it begins nonetheless. It is time to awaken to that new dawn. Post relationship. It is finally clear now. It wasn’t right, it wasn’t the ONE, it wasn’t meant to be. Not forever, anyway.
The Nature of a Relationship
So now the key to your healing is to regroup and refocus. Get off the couch. Lose the sweat pants. Grab a friend – even a furry one. Go outside. The only relationship that you need to focus on now is your relationship with yourself. And there is only one direction that matters - it is forward, the future, tomorrow. So when is a good time to begin your healing? Think about that carefully. When is a good time to start ending your pain?
How about NOW? Let’s get started. It is time to heal, now. No reason to delay. It is time to be whole. It’s time to rebuild your foundation. Now. No waiting. No delay. Don’t you want to feel better than the way you feel now?
How to Heal a Relationship Break up
It might be hard for you to believe, but you can put all of your old relationship issues and relationship problems behind you. People who successfully bounce back from a relationship break up have a few secrets in common. Many baby boomer women especially have:
- Gratitude for what you still have & had
- Positive support systems of family, friends, coaches, or others
- Time for constructive reflection after your grief
- A curious quest for your lessons
- Forward thinking with plans for a new and exciting future.
What obstacles are blocking your path to recovery? Are you stuck? Going round and round? One key is to avoid carrying past relationship issues forward with you. What happened? What was your role? Learn from them, grab the lessons, then let them go. Yes, you can do it. I know you can. If I did it, you can do it.
The Clean Slate
The clean slate approach is one way to move forward while still holding on to your valuable lessons. With a new attitude of self help and personal development. That is the key. A recovery attitude that will see you through until tomorrow and your new empowered future. Yes, you can bounce back from this break up. Seek out the help and the tools to aid in your recovery – family, friends, women of faith, coaches, others.
Are you ready for your new future? Are you ready for new hope? Why not get started today? How can I help?
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Donna Marie Thompson, PhD – The Bouncing Back Now Relationship Coach – is a best-selling author, a Certified Professional Coach, a Certified NLP Practitioner, and a Master Practitioner of the Energy Leadership Index. Donna Marie is listed as one of America’s Premier Experts in relationships and personal development. She was the host of the “Bouncing Back Now” TV and radio show on the Real Coaching Radio TV network and webtalkradio.net. Donna Marie has been a featured relationship expert panelist on the Living Consciously series on Denver cable TV. She has been the special guest on many radio shows and on the Brian Tracy TV Show as seen on ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox affiliates across the country. Donna Marie is showcased on the national TV show “World’s Greatest“ on the ION network.