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How to Overcome Fear and Live Your Best Life



Do you ever feel like fear is holding you back from living your best life? If so, you're not alone. Fear is natural but it can be draining if we let it control us, especially coming from past hurt.


Heartbreak is painful that leaves us feeling afraid, alone, and unsure of what to do next. But it's important to remember that you're not alone and that you can overcome this challenge and live your best life.


Let me share some tips on how to overcome fear and live your best life after heartbreak.


1. Identify your fears and allow yourself to grieve. I can't stress enough how important it is to allow yourself to feel your emotions after heartbreak/divorce. Suppressing them or pretending that you're not hurting is a sure way of you repeating the same pattern again. Allow yourself to cry, scream, be angry, and feel whatever else you need to feel.


2. Talk to someone you trust. Talking to someone you trust about your heartbreak can help you to process your emotions and to feel supported. This needs to be anyone you genuinely trust and feel comfortable talking to. The one that wants better results instead of jail results. (yall know the difference)


3. Take small steps and trust your healing process. It's important to take small steps. Don't try to do too much too soon. Start by taking small steps towards finding yourself again, and creating a better future, and gradually increase the size of your steps as you become more stronger and confident.


4. Reward yourself. When you take a step toward your future, be sure to reward yourself. This will help you to stay motivated and to keep moving forward.


5. Don't give up. Overcoming the fear of moving on takes time and effort. There will be times when you want to give up, but it's important to keep going. Remember, the more you face your fears, the less power they will have over you.


6. Don't rush into anything new. It's important to give yourself time to heal before you start dating again. If you rush into something new, you're more likely to end up repeating the same patterns that led to your heartbreak in the first place. (Them rebounds and situation-ships can hurt worse)


7. Have faith in yourself. Remember that you are strong and capable of overcoming this challenge. Believe in yourself and your ability to heal, love yourself, live a better life, and find happiness again.


Overcoming fear after heartbreak or divorce takes time and effort. But it is possible. By following these tips, you can start to heal and move on with your life. I hope these tips help you to overcome fear and live your best life.


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For me, overcoming my fears and moving on has truly had the most incredible impact on my life - from feeling broken, constantly worrying about anything and everything that could go wrong, blaming myself for everything that happened, being financially broke, pleasing everyone else but myself, always feeling guilty and regretful... to creating an inner peace and freedom that has given me the chance to create so much beauty and happiness into my life. I never thought life could feel so at peace and easy until I built my foundation of healing, self-love, and more.


If you're struggling to overcome heartbreak on your own, I encourage you to reach out for help. I have several resources available to help you, such as coaching, newsletters, and more.


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