It’s a joyous day, guys! I launched my first digital product!
My F*ck Your Ex Breakup Workbook is finally up for sale. Get it here!
It is near and dear to my heart because I have literally been dreaming about it for months now. I wanted to create something that would help all the women who have reached out to me about their toxic relationships and how to leave them behind for good.
I’ve put together the most important questions you should ask yourself after leaving a toxic relationship. They will have you reflect on your feelings, your notion of love and most importantly yourself.
I dealt with my toxic ex for 4 years and when things finally ended I handled it in the worst way possible. I was determined to not let the breakup bother me so I buried all my emotions. This made my moving on process wayyy more difficult than necessary. Whoops.
18 months later, I am better than I have been in years. I am freaking thriving literally. Finally setting goals for myself again. Starting the blog/business that I have always wanted. I am finally starting to feel like the person I was before I met my ex.
I want this for you too!
Getting to this point, took a lot of self-reflection and brutal honesty with myself. I had to finally open my emotional floodgates and accept that I was emotionally scarred by my verbally abusive ex.
Looking back, I wished that someone had given me some advice or a guide or literally anything to help me come to terms with my breakup. And to help me see how better off I would be.
To tell me to stop focusing on a guy that broke me down constantly and instead focus on my glow up.
That’s how this workbook was born.
My ultimate goal is to help other women get over their ain’t shit ex.
I know that the breakup-makeup cycle is common in toxic relationships, so there is a lot of encouragement to stay the fuck away from that guy!
I really hope this workbook helps you no matter what you are going through. A couple of months or a couple of years, toxic is toxic and you really have to process what you went through! You may even have to admit to yourself that the relationship was toxic or verbally/mentally abusive.
Breakups are going to be shitty no matter what but I think my workbook may make it just a little bit better by helping you see some light at the end of the tunnel.
Here is a sample page! I didn’t add too many pages to the gallery because that would basically be giving the whole book away! But seriously grab a copy and feel better soon!
I touch on points that I think are important to healing and seeing all-around future for yourself like coping strategies and limiting beliefs.