Healing a Broken Heart

Heal your broken heart and move forward again

First, be very gentle with yourself, and don’t beat yourself up. A relationship break-up is rarely one person’s fault. Honour what you had and allow yourself to feel sad for a while. Pretending you’re OK when you are not, simply delays the healing.

  • For most people, there is a need to talk repeatedly about what happened—and that’s OK. With each re-telling, some pain is released as you begin to see the bigger picture. 
  • When the worst has passed, reflect on what was good in your relationship—and what wasn’t. When yearning for past, it is easy to gloss over the latter. Consider and note their values, habits and behaviour which were not a good match to you.
  • Take great care of your precious soul. It is tempting to distract yourself with work, or throw yourself into some big project, but healing is hastened when you take things easy.
Healing a Broken Heart
Jennie Bayliss Retreats, Jasmine House, Portland, Dorset

Want to know more? Or in need of urgent help? Call me on 01305 821799 or email me. Alternatively use the link below to book a free chat via Zoom or phone.

Jennie Bayliss Retreats, Jasmine House, Portland, Dorset

Want to know more? Or in need of urgent help? Call me on 01305 821779 or email me. Alternatively use the link below to book a free chat via Zoom or phone.

Healing a Broken Heart

Letting go of your heartache

When your heart is broken, it feels wretched—it’s like the end of the world. You miss your partner so much that your body aches. And your mind keeps questioning what you and they said or didn’t say that could have changed things.

A broken heart brings tears, loss of appetite, and poor sleep. So, the first thing to know in healing a broken heart is that you WILL be happy again. It takes time. There isn’t a magic wand I can wave to make your pain instantly disappear, BUT there are positive steps you can take to quicken the healing process. 

How coaching to heal a broken heart works

The old saying, time is a great healer, is true. So, if you do nothing, your broken heart will eventually heal of its own accord. But in today’s hectic world, it is hard to juggle work, family and social events while waiting to feel better. Healing a broken heart coaching provides space for you to be heard,  to heal, find better ways to cope, then flourish later.

This work begins with a double session (1 hour 45 minutes), allowing you the time and space to share with me what happened. We may also start the emotional healing work with EFT. The work we do together will help you to release your pain, become stronger and to take active steps to make life rosy once more.

Healing a Broken Heart
Jennie Bayliss Retreats, Jasmine House, Portland, Dorset

Broken Heart Retreats

For intensive deep healing, I offer one-to-one retreats at The Jasmine House, on Portland, Dorset. Please see my other website:

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