Moving on from a bad relationship

The person that I helped was in an unhappy relationship. It was was not doing the individual any good being in the relationship. What made it worse was that she worked with the individual.

Although recognising that the relationship was not good for her, she felt that it was maybe all she was going to get and settled for it. It was a relationship that would end and start again within days. Like a never ending cycle of euphoria and pain.

With my help, using a unique blend of NLP and time line therapy techniques the individual was able to break free of the cycle and gain the confidence that they needed to move on. Now, she has relationships where she receives the affection and company that she desires without any of the guilt or hurt associated with the toxic relationships of the past.

Submitted by Marcus Fillier, Trainer Member

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