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breakup BOOST Relationship Advice


Sep 14, 2017

In this episode, I am going to touch on a pretty dark topic – suicidal thoughts after a breakup. I urge everyone to find someone to talk to at anytime in your life when you are going through a rough patch like a breakup. It is a great idea to let a trusted family member or friend know how you are feeling because they may have no idea you are even going through this, but could be a good support system to you. This is nothing to be embarrassed about – you are not weak – you are human. There are 24 hour crisis centers that you can call: In the United States, The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

In Canada, look online at suicideprevention.ca. There is also help available through doctors, psychologists, and there are a ton of personal development books and resources online that can help change your mindset for the better and give you hope for the future. I am also available for coaching via phone and/or email. Visit breakupBOOST.com.

Appreciation and effort are pretty much the glue that keep a relationship humming along in a positive direction. On the flipside, if these things are lacking in your relationship, it’s basically the equivalent to digging a slow grave...and you obviously want to avoid that!

Trina is your best friend after a breakup! Connect on social media @breakupBOOST.

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