It's OK to miss your ex
Updated: Sep 15
I don't know who needs to hear this, but it's OK to miss your ex.
Deleting all the pictures of you and your ex from your Facebook or removing the pics in your home, won't make all your memories of that person disappear.
Recovering from a breakup is a process, and it's a much longer process for some than others.
Getting over an ex isn't a matter of getting under someone else — it's a matter of time where you need to focus on yourself, raise your vibe and become whole again.
Everyone's timeline is different. The general rule is that it takes half the amount of time you were with them to feel truly over the relationship. But every relationship is different.
You are in the right place if you tend to be someone who prefers stability to spontaneity, as well as wishing for a loving, fulfilling, long-term thing, not a hot-and-heavy fling.
If you're one of these women, you're more likely to spend time scrolling through an ex's social media than through matches on a dating app!
Maybe you have been totally stubborn, but feel inside that you're a secret romantic who tend to fall head-over-heels.
We all value me-time, and like routines, and now there is no routine with your ex, it's hard for you to imagine going solo.
It might not even be the ex that you miss — it may be the stability and security that ex was able to provide. If you are an earth sign like me (I'm Capricorn) we like to feel comfortable, and the familiarity of our ex will likely appeal to us, even if the person no longer does! If you are a water sign, you're already looking for ways to curb your mental stress and emotional turmoil and I am more than happy to help you come out of this situation, clear your minds of all the mess and become all bright and energised!
So if you are ready for someone to talk to because it's a struggle to find someone who gets you, I'm hosting a live Zoom Masterclass on September 2nd 8p.m - 9p.m UK time
"How To Let Go Of The Past"