If my future children are ever healing from a wounded heart, I will tell them this:
A breakup can be an emotionally draining, guilt inducing, self-confidence depleting experience. It might leave you questioning not only your identity, but also your ability to relate and connect with others.
If you choose to view it this way and surrender to the power of your mind, this broken heart might tear you apart.
But it doesn’t have to. So please don’t let it.
Because a breakup can also be an opportunity to re-center and re-discover your authentic self. It can allow you to emerge mentally healthier and stronger than before, with a new resiliency and a set of tools to face the unpredictability of the world.
If you are really struggling —then here are some ways you can make this experience profoundly beneficial, allowing you to grow from it instead of falling apart: 1. Practice positive self-talk 2. Accept your role in the relationship ending 3. Understand it wasn’t all your fault 4. Sit with sadness 5. Find ways to release built up negative energy ---- Read more by clicking the photo.
BEFORE YOU CAN KNOW WHERE YOU ARE HEADED, YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND WHERE YOU ARE + WHO YOU ARE. ONCE YOU HAVE SELF-AWARENESS AND CLARITY IN KNOWING YOUR PASSIONS AND PURPOSE, YOU CAN BEGIN TO CREATE A LIFE AND CAREER IN COMPLETE ALIGNMENT WITH YOUR AUTHENTIC SELF: SETTING GOALS THAT RESONATE WITH YOUR SOUL, BUILDING IN DAILY STEPS THAT BRING YOU CLOSER TO THOSE GOALS, AND HANGING IN THERE THROUGH THE UPS AND DOWNS.