06 Jul

Grieving a love lost

When a relationship ends we go through the grieving process.  Even if that person hasn’t died and maybe didn’t treat us well, we grieve the loss of what we had,  what we hoped for in our partners and the relationship that we dreamed of having in our future.

Be gentle with yourself if you are grieving a relationship, allow your emotions that come up as they can be cleared and transformed using EFT.  My forthcoming book Find YOU, Find LOVE will gently guide you to work through the emotions that you may be feeling.  If you do need some personal support  I offer various programmes that will aid your progress.

To explore your general beliefs about love and relationships you may like to complete the statements below with your own ending (you may even have several endings based on how far your thinking reaches about each statement) you may also have additional statements that you would like to add to the list

  • All men/woman/relationships are…
  • Good relationships are…
  • I always seem to attract people that are…
  • My parent’s beliefs about love and relationships are…
  • When I think about love I feel…
  • When I’m in a relationship I …
  • The thought of having a happy loving relationship makes me feel…
  • I tend to meet men/women who are…
  • When it comes to relationships I always…
  • If I met my life partner I’m afraid that…
  • Being in a loving relationship is…
  • You’re better off alone because…

These are just a few of the insightful questions that I will be exploring with you in Find YOU, Find LOVE.  When you get to the heart of your love and relationship problems using The Spotlight Process, a unique transformational tool that I have developed to guide you to the heart of love, you realise that what you are grieving now might be something else entirely.

grieving process