Are you struggling to move on from a past relationship? Do you find yourself constantly bargaining and longing for your ex? You’re not alone. In the fifth stage of the breakup process, known as the bargaining stage, it’s common to negotiate with yourself and try to reverse the outcome of the breakup. In this blog… Continue reading HOW TO HEAL FROM A BREAKUP: BARGAINING
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Despite the pain and despair, there is good news. This chemical imbalance doesn’t last forever. Studies in positive psychology have found that many people recover from intense heartbreak symptoms in about three months, with 71% of participants viewing their failed relationship in a positive light after approximately 11 to 12 weeks.
You may not be able to change the events of your history, but you can choose to change the story you attach to those events.
It’s never just about the ex. It’s recycled pain. We recreate the emotional experience of how were wounded as children. If we don’t figure out what the subconscious wounds, patterns and beliefs are, we will just keep repeating the same emotional experience, just with different people.
The majority of people we date will not be our destination. They were meant to be bridges. Each time we cross a bridge, we have a chance to become a stronger, wiser version of ourselves.
Red flags are red flags, regardless of when they show up. Something that would have turned you away initially from a relationship shouldn’t be the thing you ignore just to stay in it.
Too often we think of loving ourselves as a final destination, as if you flip a switch and suddenly you’re transported to some magical island of enlightenment and relationship bliss. The alternative is feeling ashamed—as if you’re not strong enough, or working hard enough, to get there. This mentality does more damage than it does good.