Episode 27: How To Survive A Breakup

Well, it finally happened. That marriage or relationship that you thought would last forever is now coming to a terrible conclusion. You might have initiated the breakup, or you might be on the receiving end of someone else's ambition, but here we are. You have seen others go through breakups before, and you've probably dealt with this more than once on your own. Regardless of your history, you now have a situation to deal with.

You have probably seen other people Trad out a breakup for weeks, months, or even years. You have seen them become obsessed and maybe even depressed over the situation. Perhaps they are one of those people that the only thing they can talk about is the drama that's going on with their ex. Maybe they been completely broken by the situation and are contemplating something as serious as taking their own life.


But that's not you, right? You're not going to let the situation break you down into a sobbing mess of relationship good, are you? No, you're much better than that. You know that it hurts but you also know that you can get over this. You can survive this pain, but you certainly don't want to go through it again in the future. So what do you do? Where do you start?


In this podcast episode we use scientifically back to research to give you several ideas on how to recover from the breakup and emerge stronger than you ever thought possible. You will learn about research that was conducted by psychologists who studied people going through breakups and how they best recovered. It's actually really fascinating!


Remember that book I mentioned? Here it is right here.


Settle in and enjoy the episode! I hope that this information will help you not only recover quickly but also prepare yourself for better relationship in the future if you choose to try it again. Regardless of whatever path lies before you, I hope that your well being improves and I hope that you feel better very soon. I think this podcast episode will be a great first step in that direction.

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