Past traumas or events – such as a devastating breakup, have created memories – conscious and subconscious, which have imprinted themselves in our brain, body, and nervous system. That’s why it can feel impossible to move on from because they all feel like an innate part of us. Whether in relationships or work, one of the things that we tend to do is fixate on the notion that “they’ve moved on.” This can be paralyzing.
Listen in as I invite you to question society’s deeply ingrained tendency to place blame, particularly when it comes to the end of relationships. Through real-life examples and coaching experiences, I illustrate how this fixation can hinder personal growth and earning potential. We uncover the root of the issue, our self-narration, and how we can break free by accepting our current state, offering ourselves grace, and reframing our perspective to avoid labeling others as villains or victims.
Join me in unpacking these societal patterns and reclaiming our power in relationships and life. And if you need support with this work, reach out for One-On-One Coaching. Book a Breakthrough Call here. Talk soon!
MENTIONED: EP. 25 Wrestling With a Thought