How to Get Over a Breakup – Start Here
Knowing how to get over a breakup just got a whole lot easier! Breakups are terrible and they do their own kind of damage on your confidence and self-esteem. Much of what you find on this site is designed to help you find a great guy or keep the great guy you have, but there is a sad side to relationships too and sometimes I have to address it.
You want to know how to get over a breakup and you’ve come to the right place!
When you experience a breakup, your knee-jerk reaction is to get right back out there and find another guy. Your friends and family are even encouraging you to do so! Forget about that jerk and go find someone who deserves you! They’re right, however, hold off for a while, at least until you read this book!
Entering a new relationship right now will not end well for either of you. Before you can get back out there, you need to process the breakup. There are many things going on in your mind and body right now that you need to address.
As you’re about to discover, both your mind and your body are impacted by this breakup in ways you can’t even imagine. Those effects cause you to react to things in certain, sometimes counterproductive, ways.
There are scientifically proven physiological responses to a breakup. Not only does your body react to a breakup, but it does so in a big way. A study conducted by my friend, Helen Fisher indicates that your body goes through a legitimate withdrawal process after a breakup.
When you are happy and in love, you are producing higher than normal amounts of happy neurotransmitters: dopamine, oxytocin and serotonin.
Knowing How to Get Over a Breakup Begins Here!
The research indicates that recovering from this withdrawal is more difficult than overcoming withdrawal from a cocaine addiction – those chemicals are that powerful in your body.
When you suffer withdrawal from these chemicals, you feel physical pain more intensely. You may seek out activities which boost your dopamine levels, like binge eating, shopping or being sexually promiscuous.
Without knowing why you’re doing those things, you engage in them because they make you feel better, even if temporarily.
Instead of binge eating, you may lose your appetite, which might indicate that you’ve slid into a depression. You may also have many restless or sleepless nights. This often happens when you’re fixating on the happy moments of the relationship or the breakup itself.
My new best selling book, He’s Gone Now What? is divided into three phases:
- Phase 1 explains everything going on in your mind and body and helps you understand the strategies you need to counter them
- Phase 2 delivers the process of healing from the breakup, including strategies for handling your pain in a healthier way; you’ll also find help rebuilding your self-confidence
- In Phase 3, of He’s Gone Now What? How to Get Over a Breakup, are new methods for finding Mr. Right; you’ll learn new tools which will work for you
Here is just one testimonial on Amazon:
Yet another great book from Greg!! Love all his stuff. This book teaches you how to to face the hurt/pain when a relationship ends. To go through the grieving process…So many people just rebound into another (I used to do this) and it’s one of the worst things you can do!! This book goes deep and helps you discover parts of yourself that you never looked at contributing to the quality of your relationships..Must read if you want healthier and happier relationships!! – Mary”
The book is called He’s Gone Now What? It’s a #1 best seller and it will help you immensely!