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33: Find Your Healing Journey After a Breakup or Divorce with Lindsey Ellison
Erin Kinney, naturopathic doctor, naturopathy, functional medicine, food allergies, adrenal stress, genetic testing, hormone testing, nutritional counseling
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Find Your Healing Journey

33: Find Your Healing Journey After a Breakup or Divorce with Lindsey Ellison

Many of us have been through a breakup or a divorce…


They can be both emotionally and physically tolling, but have you ever thought about the transformation that you go through because of it?


I am glad to be joined by Lindsey Ellison in this episode to chat about the effect of relationships on our emotional body and our physical body, and how all of this comes into play when we are trying to go through any sort of healing journey.


Lindsey Ellison is a relationship coach and founder of Start Over Coaching, Inc., a coaching practice dedicated to helping people navigate their divorce or break up. Lindsey also specializes in helping people break free from narcissistic abuse, and is the author of the best-selling book, MAGIC Words: How to Get What You Want from a Narcissist. You can find Lindsey on her popular podcast, Unbreakable You: Breakup Without Being Broken, or on her website 


In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 


  • Getting to the root of your relationship problems
  • How our egos can project onto others
  • Taking responsibility for your own actions
  • Physical symptoms during relationship turmoil
  • Viewing pain as a transition
  • Differentiating thoughts and emotions
  • Deciding how to or how not to cut off toxic relationships
  • Choosing to view through a lens of love or hate
  • How your body reacts to stress


I’m so glad that Lindsey joined me on the show because she has personally helped me so much during a major transition in my life. Her perspective and advice are so sound and helpful for anyone that is going through a difficult breakup or divorce.

If you are going through a divorce or a breakup, remember that this is an opportunity for a healing journey. As long as you view it as a gift, you can find gratitude in it.


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