Holidays: NOT The Happiest Time Of Year For Heartbreak
Breakups and divorces are difficult any time of year, but most people find that the period between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day adds an extra layer of angst and anxiety to their breakup recovery process. Even if you’ve been making progress, encountering your first round of holidays alone can trigger a fresh round of grief, anger, and anxiety. Why?
1) You have painful old memories of (happy) holidays past.
2) You have to deal with potentially awkward social events, and difficult questions.
3) When everyone else is together, it highlights your loneliness.
On this edition of the Love, Happiness and Success Podcast I’m going to be giving you actionable advice to cope with all of it. You’ll learn how to take care of yourself, ways to manage your feelings, and most importantly — how to use this time to heal, grow, and move on to a brighter future.
Coping With Your Broken Heart Over The Holidays: Listen Now
Music Credits: “Dance This Mess Around” by the B-52s
Are You Obsessing About Your Ex?
Are you craving contact with your Ex, even though you know it's bad for you? Are you "stalking" your Ex through social media? Are you awake at night rehashing old memories? Are you feeling stuck in sadness, anger, or guilt, and wishing you could just let go, and move on?
Help is here.
Heal Your Broken Heart: The Online Breakup Recovery Class
Dr. Lisa Marie Bobby is a breakup recovery expert, and she has helped countless people all over the world heal their broken hearts. Now her guidance is available to you through an affordable, online class.
Heal Your Broken Heart teaches you how to:
Decide If You Should Try Again • Release Your Emotional Attachment • Find Forgiveness • Repair Your Self Esteem • Stop Obsessing • Restore Your Inner Peace • Trust Again • Love After Loss