When Your Lover Leaves You: Six Stages to Recovery and Growth
Don't force yourself to sleep if you can't-listen to some soothing music, take a bath, write in a journal, or try some relaxation exercises.
Channel your impulses-volunteer for a charity mailing instead of writing to your ex-lover
Vent your anger-take a kickboxing class at the gym
Pamper yourself-treat yourself to a facial, massage, or new haircut
Set new goals-evaluate what you hope to accomplishing your personal and professional life
Richard G. Whiteside, M.S.W., family therapist, and Frances E. Steinberg, Ph.D., psychologist, have worked with distressed lovers for the past twenty-five years. They currently live in Auckland, New Zealand, where they direct training programs, collaborate on books, and provide therapy.
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