The Breakup Coach

October 12, 2009 / 0 COMMENTS

What Not to Wear During a Breakup: Just Say No to Sweatpants

I came across this (very) darkly funny video about sweatpants as a breakup uniform from Comedy Central's Michael and Michael Have Issues(note: this is PG-13 content and not for the easily offended)

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October 7, 2009 / 0 COMMENTS

Breakover-Breakup-Recovery Tip #7: Seeing things differently

Ok, so if you're getting over a breakup then hopefully you've already made some changes by following my previous breakover tips. By this point you've given your bed a makeover and you've also changed up what your nose knows. In fact, hopefully you've read all of the posts that come up when you click the "breakover" link to the right.

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October 3, 2009 / 0 COMMENTS

Breakover (Breakup Recovery) Tip #6: Take Note of the Love You Have

A breakup can leave you feeling lonely and unloved. Yet is all the love in your life gone because one relationship ended?

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October 2, 2009 / 0 COMMENTS

Crazy-Ex-Syndrome: Step Away From the Goldfish Please!

The newswires, twitterverse, and yes, the blogosphere were all abuzz late this week over a bizarre incident which occurred a few days ago in Texas (news link here). Apparently an angry ex-girlfriend (common-law wife, technically) went to her ex's home, took the seven goldfish that had once belonged to both of them in happier times, fried them, and ate them (well, at least three of them anyway--I guess anger only took her so far).

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October 1, 2009 / 0 COMMENTS

Why I'm a Breakup Coach

I've been asked why I chose to specialize in helping people dealing with breakups. It started by accident, or according to fate, depending on how you see it. A few years ago while working as a clinical psychologist in private practice, I found myself with a full caseload in which 15 of the 17 clients I was seeing were women who were either going through a breakup or divorce, or on the verge of a breakup of divorce. Although I hadn't been seeking them out intentionally, they had come to me through one channel or another. I seemed to have knack for helping them, which was good. I noticed that the majority of them were smart, educated and generally psychologically healthy women who found themselves in a complete emotional tailspin over a broken or unravelling relationship. For most of them it was the first time they had ever been in counseling.

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