Getting Past Your Breakup

Getting Past Your Breakup is the Number 1 Key to a Happy Life!

When you need relationship therapy, start here.  You will keep the drama out of your breakup and move on in a quick and efficient way so you can begin anew…

A Breakup FULL of Drama is one in which you half-heartedly make the breakup decision because you’re feeling hurt and lonely and you react. You blurt it out, barely meaning it. You get on your high horse and decide to walk out with a lot of pomp and circumstance, all the while hoping he will run after you, adding to the drama. Drama attracts drama.  You won’t be getting past your breakup if you choose this route.  It’s not worth it, I promise

On the other hand, a Drama-Free Breakup happens when you give yourself a definitive amount of time to assess the situation and the possible outcomes. Next, you plan out what your heart desires, how you want to be remembered, and take the necessary steps in a compassionate and focused approach. As you mourn the loss of the relationship, you hold tight to your boundaries and remain clear with your goals.

For the next 5 weeks, I’ll send you one of my 5 Keys to achieve a Drama-Free Breakup.  Click here to know more on How to Get over a Breakup in 90 Days or Less

Key #1: Feel Your Emotions and Know they are Not You

argument-boxing-conflict-343-525x350Emotions tell you what you need to know.   They are the lighthouse to your overwhelm and confusion during a breakup. As you grieve for the partner you were so close with, your emotions can guide you to empty yourself of the sadness and loss that come, so you can later fill yourself with new life. When you allow yourself to feel your emotions, they will lessen the drama and increase your purpose and clarity. Your decisions will come from a healthy place of discovery and proactivity, not reactivity and whim.

For a Drama-Free Breakup, it’s important to realize that you are not your emotions. They are just coursing through you for clarity and contrast. For me, it’s raining today, I’m getting over the flu, and life feels hard right now. Here’s what I’m feeling, all at the same time: Joy, strength, weakness, sorrow, happiness, and gratitude. Does this make me a mental case?   No. It makes me human. It makes me understand myself a little more clearly. Noticing what I’m feeling also takes me right to the present moment where I can relish in the peace this moment brings no matter what gaggle of emotions I currently experience.

If you can keep the emotions running through you, you will feel alive and authentic. This will allow you to stay whole, free of drama, and gain some parts you may have lost so you can walk out of this relationship with a whole heart, free as a bird, and light as a feather.

Emotions tell you when to listen, hence, they allow you to create authentic connection with yourself, instead of a dramatic flair of immaturity. You build a base of maturity that helps you understand what is happening within you, instead of flying off the handle. They tell you when you are not acting the way you want to act. They let you know if you’re not with the right partner. And they offer wisdom when you need to make a decision.

If you go about your life, denying your emotions, you’re going to lose yourself in a bland expression of neutrality, with no excitement or motivation.   You won’t be getting past your breakup.  You’ll crave drama for drama’s sake, to try and feel something by escaping to alcohol or others.  These things suck the life out of you, and make it harder to get out of the cycle.

When you know you are not your emotions and you allow yourself to feel them, you have a drama-free breakup. You listen with maturity and centeredness that allows room for the messages to show you what you need to know.

How to Breakup

My biggest wish for you is to help you through this breakup transition with ease, courage, and trust.Take the next step with me, Get over a breakup with relationship help.
When you take this Courageous Lover Journey and invest in the Kit, you take a stand for your life and your direction. This means that you aren’t out there floating to any guy who’ll pay attention to you or any lover who makes you feel special for a moment. You’ll take charge of your life and speak up for your happiness. You’ll develop a deeper sense of discernment so you no longer waste your time.

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The Courageous Lover ReportThe Courageous Lover Report

Don’t you think it’s a pivotal time to reflect on who you are and how you show up as a lover? This reflection will save you unnecessary drama and wasted time when making the breakup transition. That’s why I created the Courageous Lover Report.

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Kate Galt RElationship Coach & Breakup Expert

Kate Galt is a breakup therapist, better known as The Breakup Expert.  If you want to know the steps to Getting Past Your Breakup, and need some tips on ending a relationship some relationship counseling can help!  Kate, The Breakup Expert, helps people breakup in a balanced and conscious way.
Kate is a certified Relationship Coach and has helped 100’s of people in this effort.
Though Kate works remotely, offering online therapy to people all over the world, she is available in person and works out of Boulder, CO.  She is available in person for Breakup Counseling to help you know how to breakup in the surrounding communities of Louisville, Lafayette and Longmont, CO.  Connect with Kate today!  Click here now.
 Now that you are even more versed in ways to take care of yourself while you practice getting Past Your Breakup, let me know your process.  What did you learn?  What did you try?  Capture the essence of your transition in a haiku and share it with me! (5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables)
Here’s some Breakup Quotes in Haiku form:
I hated the end.
Crying, Sadness, pouring out.
But it was the time.
I wanted freedom.
Now I know how to breakup.
Life is waiting.