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Is There An Elephant In Your Living Room?
I was having a conversation with an old friend. The conversation was lacklustre and so were we. For different reasons both of us were struggling with a profound sense of loss.
Any sense of loss, as we all know, feeds into every sense of loss we have ever known.
So there we were, two talented coaches struggling with our own baggage.
Struggling was the operative word.
My friend, who is more of a True Brit Stiff-Upper-Lip person than I am, said: “Well, you just have to get on with it, don’t you?”
It’s what we’ve all been taught to do. Yet we know it doesn’t work particularly well. You know, I know, pretty well everyone who isn’t eyeball deep in denial knows, that it doesn’t work. It doesn’t work because what you resist, persists.
So why, why do we keep doing it?
Maybe because we don’t understand how to do it differently. Maybe because we think that since struggle is hard, anything else will be even harder.
Now I can do emotionally saggy, soggy and despondent at least as well as the next person. Happily, these days it has a relatively short shelf-life. And a strength I have is that you only have to give me something to kick against and kick I will. That has been a very powerful resource in my own recovery.
My answer to my friend was that ‘getting on with it’ stinks. ‘Getting on with it’ means tiptoeing around the elephant in the middle of your living room. The elephant doesn’t go away, your living space does.
If you look at the people you know, how many of them have been co-existing with an elephant in the middle of the living space? How long have you co-existed with the elephant of abused feelings crowding out the space at the center of your life?
How much longer could that elephant continue to block you?How possible is it to expect to spend the rest of your life breathing in to squeeze round the ever growing elephant in your living-room?
The more you value yourself, the more
others will value you. My ebook will show you how to do that.
It’s not a “quick
fix”. When you are at rock bottom, there is no such thing as a
"quick fix". What it is, is a structured programme that will guide
you back to your
inner joy, your gifts and a strong sense of your unique worth.
It's not a "quick fix", but most women start to feel stronger and
more positive within weeks.
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