New Year, New You, New Life, New Love Part II


New Year, New You, New Life, New Love Part II
Change Your Thoughts, Get Over Your Breakup or Divorce and Create the Life YOU Want!

The final step is to acknowledge that even though you are living a more positive life, and owning the power to choose your thoughts, your break up or divorce was still incredibly hard. The hurt and sadness you feel is real, and choosing more positive thoughts doesn’t discount that. Truly changing your thoughts involves completely acknowledging your hurt and sadness, AND still choosing to think differently so you can have what you want. Your emotions exist but they don’t rule you, so don’t let the pain from your break up or divorce take over your life.

To your mindful choice making!!!

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