Starting Over After A Breakup

Amira de Vera joins Jess on the podcast this week to share her experience after a breakup with a long term partner at the age of 34. They discuss how she went from lying on the floor crying to feeling happier than ever. Amira opens up to discuss:

  • Overcoming the fear of starting over in your 30s
  • How to identify what you really want in a partner and relationship
  • Multiple approaches to getting over a tough breakup
  • The importance of sitting in the pain and using pain to heal
  • How to shift from focusing on others to focusing on yourself
  • Getting over the idea that you must hit specific milestones by a specific age
  • Breaking free of negative spirals
  • Amira’s path to self-love
  • The role of journaling, therapy, nature, friends, and creativity in healing
  • The fallacy of someone “completing” you

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