Do you ever notice what happens in your brain when someone decides to break it off with you? Our brains try to convince us to do whatever it takes to cling on to that relationship. But we’re not doing that anymore, Renegades, we’re approaching breakups in a new way. We’re seeing them as what they are: new beginnings.
You will have days where you want to send a text, crawl in bed and cry, drink to numb, but before you take any of these actions, I want you to consider what you could do instead. A new beginning is a time to build up, an opportunity to look for all the ways you dated differently. Don’t become a person you don’t recognize; instead, love yourself even harder than anyone else will ever be able to.
In this episode, I’m sharing some steps to help you flow more freely through your new beginnings, and why the only person you can figure out is you. I’m showing you the importance of tending to your needs and nurturing yourself, and how to process pain while remaining present in your life.
What You Will Discover:
- Why your brain wants to stay on default thinking.
- How to purify your perspective.
- Why you want to tend to yourself as quickly as possible.
- How to practice new beliefs with love.
- Why you don’t always have to believe the sentences in your brain.
- How to choose thoughts that help you move through the pain, not ones that keep you suffering.
- If you’re enjoying the tools and concepts I’m sharing each week about your brain on dating, you won’t want to miss out on working with me one-on-one. I’ve just launched my program, Wake Up Before Another Breakup, where in just 8 weeks, you won’t question if you can trust yourself to date or why you can’t find the one. Click here to learn more about it and how you can work with me.