• Surviving the Addictive Love Cycle – Self Help Workbook (365 pages)


    Surviving the Addictive Love Cycle is a Self-help restorative digital downloadable workbook of empowering exercises and strategies to support you through a; painful break-up; anxious attachment, co-dependency, rejection, heartbreak, love sickness, and unrequited love and loss.

    The entire philosophy behind this self-help workbook circles around several key questions Helen asks:

    • How can one person whom we love rock the very foundation of whom we believe we are?
    • What is about this one person that has the power to destabilise us?
    • Is it something to do with the person we choose or is it a wound within ourselves that has been triggered by this person’s emotional avoidance or in ability to reciprocate our love?
    • Is it that some just love far too much and our hunger for complete connection is too much to expect from one person?
    • Or is it that the beloved simply doesn’t experience the same level of mutual love and desire?

    The onset of difficulties or the actual break-up of a relationship can cause serious emotional and psychological anguish, leading to acute anxiety, abandonment anxiety, separation distress, anxious attachment, love withdrawal, and even depression.

    The move from being in a troubled relationship to suffering alone as an individual can be one of the most isolating and painful experiences someone can go through. Akin to a bereavement but with additional factors such as; anger, resentment, helplessness, humiliation and shame to be dealt with alongside the loss of the other person.

    This grief-like experience is made worse by the fact that the person of addiction is still very much alive but for one reason or another has chosen not to be with you.

    I want to assure you this doesn’t mean you are not lovable, not good enough, or worthy enough, although it might feel like this right now. The strengthening exercises, strategies and tools within this workbook are going to question that core belief and replace it with something more resourceful, which will help you to transform this awful sense of despair and find a new way forward. Remember, this workbook was created to enable you to move through this painful experience so that you could become your own authentic self, where you’re able to recognise that you are not alone, even if right now it feels that way

    — Helen Mia Harris, Relationship expert.

    IMPORTANT: This book is included as part of the Online Love Addiction and Heartbreak Recovery Programme.

    If you have purchased the programme then you don’t need to purchase this workbook separately.

    Purchase the Self Help Workbook

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