NINE STEPS TO RECOVERY AFTER A BREAKUP OR DIVORCE.

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NINE STEPS TO RECOVERY AFTER A BREAKUP OR DIVORCE

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If you have recently had a breakup or divorce it can be quite devastating because 

it is a huge loss, second only to actual loss of a human being in one’s life.

To help you, I have written a new Guide which you can download for Free. It’s titled:

Nine Steps to Recovery after a Breakup or Divorce.

To access this Free Guide, Click Here.

RECOVERING FROM THE INITIAL PANIC.

The first thing that every one feels after a loss of a long-term relationship is often “panic”.

You start asking yourself so many questions:

– Was it my fault? 

What could I have done better?

Or: Blaming your Ex for everything!

– He/she is a horrible person!

-Look at what he/she has done to me…

-How am I supposed to carry on now?

– What if I can’t cope?

-What if I never have enough money for me and the children?

-What am I supposed to tell our children?

-How do I comfort our children?

There are usually a million questions which don’t seem to have any answers.

START YOUR JOURNEY TO FULL RECOVERY BY DOING THE FOLLOWING

– The first thing to do is to Learn to Breathe Easy – that is stop the panic. 

Sit down and breathe in-and-out as slowly as you can. After doing this a few times, you will feel less panicked.

– Take stock of what you can do for yourself. 

– Look at your current resources. What would you need to, at least, maintain a good standard of living?

– Make a list of what you have and what you need to have.

– Seek help from your Local Council – ask them for any help they have in place for a single

 parent if you have children. They will point you to the right sources so you can apply for urgent help.

– Visit your Family Lawyer. Ask for any assistance that they know can be of use to you.

– Visit your parents or relatives and take a break with them for sympathy and any support

 they can give you and your children in the short term.

– Make sure you keep your job. If not in work, write  your CV with someone on e in the 

Job Centre and apply for a job. You will find that once you have money coming in regularly, 

you will not be so panicked.

– Whatever you do, do not neglect your own personal care and your health.

You need to be healthy and strong in order to have the strength to rebuild your life for the better.

Divorce will not kill you. But you could kill yourself by giving in to unnecessary despair. 

Pick yourself up and plan a bright new life for yourself. 

Yes, you can certainly recover from your break up or divorce.

For a More Detailed Guide pick up your Free Guide:

Nine Steps to Recovery From a Breakup or Divorce.

Fill out the form above to download it straightaway.
 

You can also Book a Free Discovery Call with me 

for a more expert help through my Coaching.

I wish you well.

Grace.

 

 

 

 

If you have recently had a breakup or divorce it can be quite devastating because it is a huge loss, second only to actual loss of a human being in one’s life.

To help you, I have written a new Guide which you can download for Free. It’s titled:

NINE STEPS TO RECOVERY AFTER A BREAKUP OR DIVORCE.

To access this Free Guide, Click Here.

RECOVERING FROM THE INITIAL PANIC.

The first thing that every one feels after a loss of a long-term relationship is often “panic”.

You start asking yourself so many questions:

– Was it my fault? 

What could I have done better?

Or:

Blaming your Ex for everything!

– He/she is a horrible person!

-Look at what he/she has done to me…

-How am I supposed to carry on now?

– What if I can’t cope?

-What if I never have enough money for me and the children?

-What am I supposed to tell our children?

-How do I comfort our children?

There are usually a million questions which don’t seem to have any answers.

START YOUR JOURNEY TO FULL RECOVERY BY DOING THE FOLLOWING

– The first thing to do is to Learn to Breathe Easy – that is stop the panic. Sit down and breathe in-and-out as slowly as you can. After doing this a few times, you will feel less panicked.

– Take stock of what you can do for yourself.

– Look at your current resources. What else would you need to at least maintain a good living standard?

– Make a list of what you have and what you need to have.

– Seek help from your Local Council – ask them for any help they have in place for a single parent if you have children. They will point you to the right sources so you can apply for urgent help.

– Visit your Family Lawyer. Ask for any assistance that they know can be of use to you.

– Visit your parents or relatives and take a break with them for sympathy and any support they can give you and your children in the short term.

– Make sure you keep your job. If not in work, write  your CV with someone on e in the Job Centre and apply for a job. You will find that once you have money coming in regularly, you will not be so panicked.

– Whatever you do, do not neglect your own personal care and your health.You need to be healthy and strong in order to have the strength to rebuild your life for the better.

Divorce will not kill you. But you could kill yourself by giving in to unnecessary despair. Pick yourself up and plan a bright new life for yourself. Yes, you can certainly recover from your break up or divorce.

For a More Detailed Guide pick up your Free Guide:

NINE STEPS TO RECOVERY FROM A BREAKUP OR DIVORCE.

You can also Book a Free Discovery Call with me  for a more expert help through my Coaching.

I wish you well.

Grace.