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Requested Repost. Reader Email. I’m always amazed at what posts my readers remember. They ask for articles I barely remember writing, but here it is. This post is a mashup of several previous posts. I talk about my ex in … Continue reading
I have been doing workshops in NYC since 2006. I LOVE doing them but I used to do them through the Learning Annex and they don’t really support weekend workshops (GPYB/GPYP really needs an entire weekend). I have been asked … Continue reading
“Grief is a spiral. But am I going up or coming down?” ~ C.S. Lewis Requested repost: I write about recycling in GBOT because dating often triggers recycling, but so does an anniversary date, the ex’s birthday, moving into your … Continue reading
Bootcamp is closed for now. We have an INCREDIBLE group who are excited to get going! If you’re interested in the bootcamp that starts after this one, see above where you can register early. I know that several people were … Continue reading
• Join our blog at http://www.GettingPastYourBreakup.com go to any post and where it says comment, you will see a prompt to Log in or Register. Use this to register. Your first post will be held in moderation but after that … Continue reading
Betrayal is the willful slaughter of hope. ~ Steven Dietz Betrayal may be described as simply the breaking of trust. It’s when we trust someone and they break that trust (and usually our hearts at the same time).
I created a page for the book when it came out, not knowing what a success it would be! A person who liked the page asked that comments be kept private so her friends didn’t see it, but you can’t … Continue reading
It’s Jan 2nd! First Check in Thread of 2017. Share your status and plans for 2017! I was away and had a brutal work schedule all through December so I truly appreciate the help and support you guys have given … Continue reading
The annual GPYB New Year’s Post. We spend January 1 walking through our lives, room by room, drawing up a list of work to be done, cracks to be patched. Maybe this year, to balance the list, we ought to … Continue reading
“If we’d stop trying to be happy we could have a pretty good time.” – Edith Wharton The holidays tend to push someone else’s idea of happiness upon us. We are told this is the “most wonderful time of the … Continue reading
Several have emailed me. I have no openings in December and will be posting January openings around the 15th. January’s schedule is up. Please see above. I am also starting a bootcamp which will have an on-line and a video … Continue reading
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This blog started on November 29, 2006. This post below was one of the first posts and received ASTOUNDING responses from around the globe! I post it every year in December in it’s original – unedited form. Hope it helps. … Continue reading