Experiencing Painful Feelings from the Ending of a Relationship?

The Rebuilding Blocks to Adjust to the Loss of Love

A Proven 19-Step Process to Freedom

10 Week Rebuilding Series

When a relationship ends, many experience pain and some do not.  The ones who appear not to hurt when the relationship ends, either already worked through the pain or have not felt it.

It’s natural, healthy and even expected to hurt.  Pain is nature’s way of telling you that something in you needs to be healed.

There is an adjustment process after a divorce – with a beginning, an end and specific steps of learning along the way.  The steps of the adjustment process are arranged into a pyramid of  “Rebuilding Blocks.”

The 10 Week Rebuilding Series incorporates the 19 building blocks.

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Denial: “I Can’t Believe This Is Happening to Me”

You have a wonderful mechanism that allows us only to feel as much pain as we can handle without becoming overwhelmed. Pain that is too great is put into the “denial bag” and held until we are strong enough to experience and learn from it. At a certain point , when we are ready we need to begin to look at our part in the relationship ending. Often we underestimate and deny how long the healing process can take and how much support we need to move on.

Fear: “I Have Lots Of It”

The fears you feel when you first separate are intense and may feel life- threatening.  It’s often a very scary experience.  As you work through your feelings and overcome  fear,  you will develop the  strength and courage to continue your journey in a much healthier way.