Really Moving On: Healthy Ways To Let Go & Find Closure (eBook only)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

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There’s moving on and there’s really moving on. Many know how to act like they’ve moved on without truly doing. In order to move on, you must set the right foundations while you pluck out the emotions attached, the memories, the feelings, etc.

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Pg. 7 – The proper things you need to put in your foundation as you get yourself started.

Pg. 9 – Why healing has to be prioritized over letting go, and how to find healing altogether.

Pg. 17 – What it means to feel everything, and how you can process those feelings and let them pave the path to a better you.

Pg. 24 – Why forgiving yourself is vital, and how to actually forgive yourself rather than being passive about this part of your life.

Pg. 30 – What to do when your ex is with someone else, and how to deal with the emotions and put them to good use.

Pg. 38 – Practical things that can help make moving forward a lot easier; hearing what you need to do is one thing, but the “how to” is what makes the advice doable.

 

4 reviews for Really Moving On: Healthy Ways To Let Go & Find Closure (eBook only)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amber Leigh (verified owner)

    Reading this book was almost like tough love but written in a way that is kind and gentle enough on hearts that are experiencing fresh heartbreak. These are things we all “know” but probably need help practicing. The point of view makes it feel possible to move forward and that it is okay to be where we are in our healing, as long as we are still moving forward.
    “You deserve freedom, you deserve closure, you
    deserve better. Never stop striving for those things.”
    I have always considered myself healed but reading through this, I know I still have work to do. But I also know it is possible.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amber Leigh (verified owner)

    This book was like a dose of tough love, but written kindly enough that I felt understood and that it is okay to be at the stage of healing that I am in, as long as I’m still moving forward.
    Definitely recommend for anyone who has dealt with heartbreak. Even if you believe you have completely healed. There is always work to be done and there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
    “You deserve freedom, you deserve closure, you
    deserve better. Never stop striving for those things.”

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chairien

    This book will teach you on how to love yourself more. That letting go and moving on isn’t easy as eating but you need to try.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chairien

    Of course moving on is a choice, all you have to do is to put what’s on your mind in action. Letting isn’t easy as eating but you need to try.

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