Should I hire a breakup coach? Hiring a breakup coach isn’t for everyone, but Juarez recommends it if you’re going through “a particularly difficult breakup, whether it’s due to the emotional intensity of your loss, or because of the complexity of the logistics, such as that you live together, you share a social circle, [or] you work together.”
How do you coach someone after a breakup? Feelings pass by actually feeling them.
Don’t judge her feelings and make sure she also doesn’t judge them. You job as a coach is to be there with her, hold a safe space as she goes through her myriad of feelings. This would be a good place to also let her know that you relate to what she’s feeling and going through.
What activities to do after a break up?
- Try A New Exercise Class. Giphy.
- Start Your Own Podcast. Giphy.
- Learn A New Language. Giphy.
- Take A Dance Class.
- Kick Some Butt In A Martial Arts Class.
- Grab Your Passport And Travel.
- Write What You Know.
- Tap Into Your Artistic Side With An Art Class.
What are the 10 steps to getting over a breakup?
- Go cold turkey. Let’s get this out of the way: Do not have any contact with your ex.
- Let yourself grieve.
- Utilize your support system.
- Focus on self-care.
- Throw yourself into something productive.
- Change up your space.
- Try some bibliotherapy.
- Take some time off of dating.