Breakthrough A Breakup
Even mutual breakups are hard and your left to clean up the mess alone.
Since the breakup have you…
- been hard on yourself?
- overanalyzed every aspect of the months leading up to the breakup?
- drank too much to feel better but only felt worse after?
Surviving a Breakup – 5 Tips for a Quick Rebound to a Happier Healthier You
Take control of your health and happiness.
Rebounding after a breakup is a great opportunity to make healthy changes in your life.
Learn to implement changes to rebound quicker by:
– Choosing healthy activities
– Empowering yourself to do what’s best for you
– Healing from the past to move forward
Start feeling better today.
Who am I?
Hi, I’m Stephani.
I’ve had my fair share of breakups over the years. From my first love to a hot summer fling. The worst was with a partner who was emotionally abusive – it wreaked havoc on my mental and physical health and crushed my sense of self.
It took all my courage and strength to get out of that relationship. Then I was left to heal on my own. I felt alone, sick, depressed and anxious.
Day by day, I took control of my mental and physical health.
It was through this process that I strengthened my confidence, felt good inside and out and attracted a healthy lasting love, my current boyfriend. We push each other to be better every day and remain open to new adventures.
Now, my passion is guiding other women to do the same.
As a therapist, wellness coach and yoga teacher, I guide people to feel and be their best selves.
You are not alone, I am here for you.
You’ve got this!
You don’t have to go through a breakup alone.
You deserve support during this time to heal from the past and thrive in singlehood.
Each day is an opportunity to grow into the woman you were meant to be.
During this time of change take steps to live the life you were meant to live, a life that brings you joy!