Holiday Breakup Survival Guide

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Healing Heart
5 tips on how to mend your broken heart and smile during the holidays!

5. Give yourself permission to celebrate your slump.
There will be times this holiday season when you won’t feel like celebrating. Times when you will want to mourn the loss of your past relationship. And that’s okay. Give yourself permission to turn down a party invitation or two in favor of curling up with a good book, a glass of wine, or your favorite sappy movie in your pajamas at home. The best way to truly move on after a breakup is to first celebrate your slump. And if you want to celebrate your slump all season long? That’s your prerogative. Go for it! 15 Movies To Watch After A Breakup

For help surviving and thriving following your breakup this holiday season, pick up a copy of my book It's A Breakup, Not A Breakdown: Get Over The Big One And Change Your Life For Good

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