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Everyone Should Read After A Toxic Relationship Ends
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Read After a Relationship Trauma
Learn more about a 4-week intensive to explore your current situation and decide if you should stay or leave your relationship
Should I Stay
or Should I Go?
Should I stay in this relationship, choose to recommit, and figure
out what needs to change, or should I end this relationship and give myself permission to leave and heal on my own?
If you are asking any of these questions, this 4 week clarity intensive is for you
the breakup book of affirmations
words of encouragement to help you move on
#1 New Release in Divorce on Amazon
Cultivate compassion for yourself with 125 post-breakup affirmations
Looking ahead after a difficult breakup can seem impossible—but words of wisdom and encouragement can help you heal. The Breakup Book of Affirmations includes motivational mantras you can repeat in the mirror, write in your journal, and take time to reflect on as you forge a new path toward happiness and self-love.
Healing affirmations—Nurture your relationship with yourself, elevate your self-esteem, and cultivate a positive mindset with affirmations that support your healing journey.
Quick bursts of positivity—Easy-to-read affirmations help you boost your compassion and confidence in the moments you need it most.
Written for all relationships—Inclusive affirmations promote self-kindness and offer support for people of all identities.
Give yourself the space and tools to grow self-love and compassion with this affirmation journal.
Heal at Your Pace
MEET OUR FOUNDERS + COACHES
Tiffany Denny and Kierstyn Franklin started this movement in hopes of reaching as many women as possible that are left victims after a relationship has ended, and are ready to fight to be survivors instead.
Tiffany and Kierstyn are both survivors of divorce, and found there was little support to deal with the aftermath. Whether it was learning how to blend a family, trust again, or just how to feel love for themselves again.
They offer tools and support to deal with recovering from domestic abuse, emotional abuse, poor dating trends, co-dependency, poor self-esteem and everything in between that leaves a mark from a relationship, even if it’s self inflicted.