How to Let Go of Someone You Love


She Blossoms how to let go of someone you love ebookImagine how happy, light, and good you’ll feel after you let go of the past! You’ll be free from pain and sadness. You won’t suffer from guilt or regret.

 

You’ll remember your relationship, but you won’t feel bad anymore.

 

Imagine your heart healed, your spirit light, and your mood happy! Picture how easy your days will be, how peaceful your nights, how exciting your future will look. Feel the freedom and joy of healing your heart, for it is good.

 

Letting go of the past is the key to peace, joy, and a new season of life. The best news is that healing and letting go doesn’t require a miracle or a magic potion. The freedom of letting go is closer than you think – but I have be honest with you. It’ll take some effort on your part.

 

It’s time to say goodbye. I know how much it hurts to let go of someone you love, to cope with the pain of breaking up. A breakup is a loss that affects every part of your life: your daily routine, work, family, friends, finances, and future plans. But you can stop searching because you’re closer than you think to a light heart, joyful spirit, and fresh outlook on life.

 

You will get through this – and you’ll be better than okay! You’ll never forget your relationship, but you will feel less alone. You won’t “get over it”, but you’ll overcome those feelings of grief, guilt, and regret. It’s time to heal your heart and move forward in your life. If not now, when?

 

 

How to Let Go of Someone You Love:

Powerful Secrets and Practical Tips for Healing Your Heart After a Breakup 

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Only $7 US

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This ebook is a 70 page pdf file that can be read on all devices. When you buy it, it’ll be immediately emailed to you.

And a money-back guarantee…if you aren’t happy with the ebook, I will refund your money.

When you order your copy, you’ll get my personal email address. You can contact me directly if there are any glitches with the delivery system.

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You have nothing to lose…except your broken heart.

 

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Table of Contents

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The three most important parts of recovering from a breakup are accepting, letting go, and healing your heart. Each of the 3 sections of this ebook contains 5 chapters of fresh insights, suggestions, and activities – all to help you accept your loss, remember your relationship, and heal your heart.

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Part 1: Accepting the Breakup

  1. Reject the Myth That “Time Heals All Wounds”
  2. Learn Why People Get Stuck in the Past
  3. Breathe…and Start Exploring Your Options for Healing
  4. Write the Legacy of Your Relationship
  5. Surrender to Your Emotions – the Whole Catastrophe

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Part 2: Letting Go

  1. The Most Important Step: Making the Decision to Let Go
  2. Learn Practical Ways to Let Go of the Past
  3. Choose Your Companions Carefully
  4. Create Peace and Comfort in Your Home
  5. Listen for the Roar of Something Greater

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Part 3: Healing Your Heart

  1. Face Your Fears of the Future
  2. Let Go of the Pain
  3. Pay Attention to Your Progress
  4. Kick Your Brain Into High Gear
  5. Find Out How the Story Ends

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In this ebook, I share glimpses of my own experiences with letting go and healing – and I also include practical, effective tips from counselors and life coaches. I interviewed grief experts and psychologists on how to let go of someone you love, and added a variety of true stories of how people healed and let go after a relationship breakup.

 

These powerful secrets and practical tips will help you Blossom into who God created you to be.

 

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How to Let Go of Someone You Love:

Powerful Secrets and Practical Tips for Healing Your Heart After a Breakup

.

Buy Now

$7 US

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This ebook is a 70 page pdf file that can be read on all devices. When you buy it, it’ll be immediately emailed to you. If you aren’t happy with the ebook, I will refund your money.

 

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About Me

Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen She Blossoms blogs

My name is Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen; I’m a writer with 25 years of teaching, social work, and counseling experience. I created the “She Blossoms” blog series in 2008 and have been earning a living as a blogger and writer since then. I live in Vancouver, British Columbia with my husband Bruce and my two dogs, Georgie and Tiffy.

As an experienced freelance writer, I’ve been published in magazines such as Woman’s Day, Reader’s Digest, Women’s Health, and More. My undergraduate degrees are in Psychology and Education, and I have a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of British Columbia. I also have vast amounts of professional and personal experience with loss, letting go, and Blossoming.

May you find hope, peace, and healing…and may you keep turning your face to the Son.

Blessings,
Laurie