How to recover from a heartbreak, avoid rebound relationships and move on so it feels safe to open up your heart again to fall in love. Why you should have empathy and concern for the feelings of others when you start dating again after a recent breakup.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a woman who dated a man for seven months and got raked over the coals emotionally. She totally fell in love with him and he broke her heart. Still stinging from the breakup a month ago, she has started dating a new guy. She’s concerned she may just be using him as a rebound and does not want to hurt him as they were friends before they started dating.
If you have a question you would like me to consider answering in a future Video Coaching Newsletter, you can send it (3-4 paragraphs/500 words max) to this email address: Questions@UnderstandingRelationships.com
If you feel I have added value to your life, you can show your appreciation by doing one of the following three things:
From my heart to yours,
Author, Speaker, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur
“Everyone has had their heart broken at someone point in life by someone they loved. Heartbreaks are a part of life. The reason why we suffer so much after a heartbreak is because we have become attached to the person we loved and our identity becomes associated with being with them. That is why we often no longer feel like ourselves after a breakup. We suffer when we want reality to be other than it is. The key to moving on is to let go of what was and take the risk of getting hurt again by dating someone new. However, to avoid emotionless rebound relationships and unnecessarily hurting others, make sure you actually care about and desire those who you get involved with. Have empathy and concern for the feelings of others and never lead people on or use them as an emotional crutch when recovering from a breakup.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne