Reconnecting with Yourself After Divorce
Divorce is a heart-wrenching process, but it is also an opportunity. Healing from the heartbreak affords you a new beginning, a chance to reconnect with who you are and what’s important to you.
Sara Woodard is the architect of The HeartFull Journey, a platform designed to help you reconnect with yourself in the aftermath of divorce. Sara has compiled the tools and resources she created during her own divorce journey, and her blog, online course and workbooks serve to support others in regaining their confidence and remembering that they are worthy of love.
Today, Sara joins Katherine to share the tools she developed to work through her divorce, explaining the ‘heart-full journey’ she took to reconnect with herself. She describes the value in developing scripted responses to bad advice, sharing the language she used to take her power back. Sara and Katherine discuss the challenge of trusting your gut after a divorce and the importance of reconnecting to your inner voice in the context of dating. Listen in for Sara’s insight on how social media contributes to feelings of unworthiness and learn how to reframe negative self-talk as you heal from divorce!
The tools Sara developed to work through her divorce
How Sara responded to bad advice during her divorce
The value in developing scripted responses or language
How the ‘heart-full journey’ reconnects you to yourself
Sara’s advice on trusting your gut in dating after divorce
How to reconnect to your inner voice through silence
Sara’s insight around what makes divorce so prevalent
Why it’s easy to lose track of your core values in divorce
How social media contributes to feelings of unworthiness
Sara’s guidance people in the beginning stages of divorce
- Be gentle with yourself
- Reframe negative self-talk
- Get out of head, get active
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