November 7, 2016 Teleseminar - Overcoming Bitterness After Betrayal
*Please note that this is taped message so if you have questions for Anne Bercht we ask that you email our office at email@example.com as she shared and used a different email address during this podcast.
Are you struggling with bitterness after your spouse’s betrayal? Has your dream has died? Have you wondered how you could ever possibly feel happy again?
This teleseminar discusses overcoming bitterness after betrayal, when your heart is broken and shattered. How do you deal with life’s injustices and unfair circumstances, when the pain and grief are unbearable?
Complicating factors may include:
- affairs with a family member; your sister or brother
- A child from the affair
- Deception about finances; money you thought you had that is no longer there
- If spouse brought the affair partner into your marital bed
- The fact that you have so worked to be a good wife/husband, sacrificing of yourself. You could understand if you had done something to deserve this, but you’ve done the best you could.
Whatever your unique situation, in this podcast you’ll learn how to cope, how to deal with you emotions, how to live through this, and how to enjoy life and be happy again.
“I know what it means to hurt. I know what it means to feel such deep emotional pain that it hits you like giant waves, and you can barely function. I know what it’s like to be so overcome with pain, that you just hang on to a wall to try to keep from falling, or to be locked in a room in the fetal position on the floor unable to imagine any way to live through this pain. I have been there too.” – Anne Bercht
How do you cope? How do you get past it?
Understand that you are going to transform your life by renewing your mind, changing the way you think about what is/has happened to you.
In Scott Pecks book, “The Road Less Travelled,” he opens with these profoundly shocking words: “Life is Difficult …”
In this podcast Anne Bercht discusses the following keys:
- Take care of yourself.
- Talk to someone. Avoid Isolation: Get wise counsel. Desperate times call for desperate measures.
- Determine who you are. What kind of a woman/man do you want to be? How do you want to be remembered? How do you want your children to talk about you? Discover your purpose and live your purpose.
- Give yourself permission to grieve your loss.
- Apply the Serenity Prayer.
- Do not beat yourself up. You are not responsible for the choices of others.
- Put good stuff in your head – daily. It’s a discipline.
- Be thankful.
- Develop yourself spiritually.
- Move to acceptance. Let Go. Accept that life is difficult. You’re not alone.
In conclusion, learn guidelines for making good decisions and how to walk out being better and not bitter after the pain of an affair.
You can do it and we can help! Call our office today at 360-306-3367 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can show you the way to your total and complete healing. It is a process and you don't have to go through this process alone...we would be honored to be a part of your healing journey.