You can do this

Mar 23, 2022

Do you ever look around at others who have lost a spouse and wonder how they do it? From outward appearances, they seem to be healing, stepping forward and creating a new life for themselves. In many ways, they make it look easy.

Which may beg the question: “What’s wrong with me?”

You’re functional, yes. You can put on your game face and get through the day. You keep your chin up for the family so no one worries.

People who care for you, after all, expect you to be better by now.

But just under the surface, you’re anything but better (or “over it,” or “moving on”). It’s easy to wonder if you’re doing it wrong. Shouldn’t it be getting easier rather than harder?

If your brain is suggesting that you’re not capable of figuring out life after loss, I get it. Mine did, too.

It’s a lie.

You are capable.

It took me 6 years to figure it out for myself. It boils down to three simple steps.

  1. Observe your thoughts objectively.
  2. Think about what you think about.
  3. Think intentionally.

It doesn’t matter if your marriage was happy or horrendous, if you’re an extrovert or introvert, if you’re confident or more uncertain than ever. Your brain will tell you that you don’t know what you’re doing.

But I promise you, any human can do these three steps. Including you.

Especially you.

I teach them to you in 6 months. I walk alongside you each step of the way. I introduce you to a community of like-minded people who get it. You can step forward into a future of your creation. On your terms, on your timeline.  

Yes, you can.

If you’re ready, simply click here and we’ll see if it’s a fit.

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