4141 6th Ave Suite C, Tacoma, WA 98406| (253) 525-2424

Breakup Therapy

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Are you going through a breakup during quarantine?

Did your relationship end due to the hardship endured during COVID-19?

Are you feeling lonely and heartbroken and do not know who you can talk to about this?

You deserve to have someone to talk to and place to process these really complicated feelings.

There is Hope

Imagine having the space to talk about all the pain and heartache you are experiencing, without feeling like a burden.

Imagine starting the grieving process and allowing yourself the time to heal.

Imagine processing through the relationship and gaining the confidence to open your heart again.

How I Can Help

I have worked with so many of my clients on the process of ending a relationship or giving the space to heal after the end of a relationship.

This is such a sacred and vulnerable space that can be powerful to walk through but tends to suck while you do it.

I am here to hold your hand each step of the way and to continue to remind you that progress in not linear but it will continue to get easier and easier.

There is not set time frame on grief. The important thing is for you to be kind with yourself and find the things that you get from one day to the next.

Next Steps

I would love to chat with you and see if we can work together on helping you move through this very difficult time in your life.

If you are interested please click the button below and fill out my contact form. I will be in touch with you soon to set up your Free 15-minute video consultation!

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Every day right now is a struggle.

Waking up alone leaves you feeling sad, empty, angry, and lonely.

It feels as though your world has just been turned upside down.

You may be wishing that your relationship had not turned out this way. You keep wondering what your now ‘ex’ is thinking and feeling, but have to then push those thoughts out of your mind in order to keep yourself moving forward.

It is hard to concentrate when you are at work. You may worry about what your coworkers or boss will think or say when they find out that you are going through a breakup.

At times, you may really want a shoulder to lean on and then there are others when you just want to crawl into a ball and listen to sad music while crying into your pillow.

Spending time with friends can feel good but also different.

You may feel as though your life is now going in a different direction than your friends who are in relationships. You may feel like a third wheel with friends you used to hang out together with your partner.

You may be having a hard time doing the things you enjoyed before, just wanting to go home and spend your evenings under a blanket curled up in bed or on the couch.

You also do not want to be a burden on the people you love.

Your friends and family are there for you, but even though it's still weighing heavily on you, you start to feel as though you do not want to keep talking about the same thing over and over with them.

At night, you just want to drown out the sorrow with some of your favorite movies or shows that help you feel comforted. You may be eating a lot of comfort food or you may not be eating much at all.

It may be hard to sleep, staying awake replaying everything that happened over and over or you may be sleeping more than normal in order to hide from reality.

You deserve time and space to heal.

You still deserve a fulfilling life and to know how to create healthy, happy relationships in the future.

Lets Look at What Could Be...

Imagine having somewhere to go and someone to talk to that never tires of hearing about the heaviness your heart is experiencing or the conflict between your heart and your head.

Imagine starting to feel a little better each day until a month, 2 months, or 6 months have gone by and you are starting to understand your life again without this person by your side.

Imagine gaining confidence in yourself again and learning what you can do better or differently in future relationships.

Imagine getting back to enjoying your life and looking for new opportunities to grow and meet new people.

It just takes time!

How I Can Help You Get Through This Breakup…

 I have worked with many clients grieving relationships and this is one of the most sacred moments for me in my work.

Having gone through many breakups as well, I know myself what it is like to experience heartbreak and I want to be there for you to work through the whole emotional rollercoaster.

We may take some twists and turns and it is never a linear process, but I know that over time things do get easier little by little.

First, I want to give you the space to say and do whatever it is that you need to keep yourself moving. I really put your comfort at the forefront to make sure you are being kind to yourself and doing whatever makes you feel whole and taken care of.

Sometimes this looks like us taking our shoes off and sitting on pillows on the floor just to feel more cozy and grounded in the space. Sometimes it means we just sit and I hold the space while you cry.

I walk my clients through the dark days by creating a plan of who their support system is going to be and how they will prioritize themselves during this hard time.

Self-care and knowing what you need is absolutely essential!

We will also talk through everything running through your mind and the things that your heart just cannot let go of.

I know the battle of the head and the heart all too well and that is usually the hardest part about a breakup. The hardest breakups are the ones where your head and your heart cannot come to an agreement in order to accept what has happened.

We will celebrate the little wins you have as you slowly get some sense of the new normal and start do some of the things you used to enjoy.

We will also look at what the dynamics were in the relationship that led to it ending, what you would want to be different in the future, and how you can create happy and healthy relationships again when you become ready to get back out there.

I will constantly assure you that you are doing what you can and that it is a different but similar process for everyone.

I will help you get through this and will hold your hand through the dark tunnel until you begin to see the light again.

Questions You May Have About Breakup Therapy

What if I want to get back together with my ex? Can you still help me?

Absolutely! Part of the healing process is understanding what you want next in your life and sometimes you may begin to see some of the things you could have done better in the relationship that could have made it work. I am not here to keep you apart from your ‘ex’, however I will walk you through the pros and cons of getting back together with your ‘ex’ and if it could be a healthy relationship.

How Do I Know When I’m Ready to Date Again After a Breakup?

Again, this is different for everyone. I always think it is good idea to take a little time for yourself in order to process what has happened and not take advantage of anyone else or yourself during this fragile time. It’s easy for hurt people to hurt other people or to hurt themselves by reinforcing that negative narrative in their heads.

Looking to the Future

Are you ready to start healing from your breakup?

Are you ready to learn what can be different in the future in order to create happy, healthy relationships?

Are you ready to start feeling confident and deserving of love and affection again?

Next Steps

If you would like to schedule a FREE 15 minute video consultation to talk about how I can help you achieve the life you deserve and desire, fill out the contact form on this page or click the button below and fill out my contact form on my contact page.

I look forward to speaking with you and seeing if we would be a good fit to work together.

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4141 6th Ave Suite C
Tacoma, WA 98406

(253) 525-2424

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