Top Tips On How To Mend A Broken Heart

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“Some of you may already know that towards the end of last year a significant and long-term relationship in my life came to an end. I shared bits and pieces of this experience in my work, but overall it was a very deep and private experience.

This break up was one of those huge, life altering moments for me. I was floored. Broken. Devastated. For months I waded through emotions of grief, pain, hurt, anger, abandonment and total resistance.

And then, a few months ago something shifted…”

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Connie Chapman - Life Coach, Speaker and Writer

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 Very few of us come out of love in one piece.

And while some may say that those who avoid heartbreak are the lucky ones, 

I’m not so sure…

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After reading Connie Chapman’s heartfelt article, “How To Let Go Of A Past Relationship And Mend A Broken Heart“, I feel a quieter confidence that while heartbreak can take us down truly painful paths, these often end up being deeply transformative journeys, elucidating who we are and leading to true meaning.

Striking the perfect balance between honesty, pain, optimism and hope, Connie’s personal tale of love and loss provides truly comforting and credible tips on how to heal and grow from heartbreak.

So if you find yourself struggling down that painful path yourself or you’re having a hard time letting go of the past, take comfort in Connie’s words and see how you can channel your pain into positives.

Read her tender, loving piece here.

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Hope is the thing with feathers by Emily Dickinson

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One thought on “Top Tips On How To Mend A Broken Heart

  1. Nicki

    Grief has a path to run, up and down, and you, more than anyone has trodden that path. As I have told many friends grief is a journey, there are no short cuts, but eventually day by day, week by week, we turn corners. Only by facing grief do we see that the sun can shine again, and little by little we find our positive energy returning. You have found your exit at last Millie. But remember you are your own strength and everything you have achieved is because of the way you have faced up to the negatives of life, and turned them in to the positives. Be proud and keep smiling, and only ever do the things that you truly want to do from now on. xxx

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