How to Mend Your Broken Heart: Overcome Emotional Pain at the End of a Relationship
by Theresa Tetley
If you have ever suffered excessively after a breakup and don't totally feel like yourself, then you have to check out How to Mend Your Broken Heart
by Paul McKenna. This book has been a godsend to me! (I think there may also be a newer version available, titled I Can Mend Your Broken Heart
I love to be in love and despite having my heart broken many times, I am still
searching for love and companionship, so I had to find a way to put the past behind me.
I had one particular horrible heartbreak -- after thinking I had met the man of my dreams, my fiance woke up one day with the calling to become a Catholic priest -- and I just couldn't seem to get over the pain, even after a year of other methods
, so I decided to give this book a try.
Not every exercise was pertinent to my situation, but after a few hours of doing exercises such as the Threshold Technique
, an NLP process where you first think of the good memories of the person, followed by quickly reviewing over and over the negative ones, I was over this man for good!
It has been 6 months since I did the exercises that healed me and I am still healed!! And I went back and used the techniques on every old hurt I'd felt from previous relationships so I can honestly say my baggage is "carry-on only"!
If I ever get my heart broken again I will go back and do more of these exercises. They are a miracle... and healing my heart means that I'm truly open for someone else.