“It’s not even that you can’t sleep, it’s that sleep isn’t quality, restorative, reparative sleep, but that’s one of the most important times to get some healing work done.” – Dr. Debi Silber
“The most important is everything in your life feels like it’s completely chaotic and out of control. This may be the only thing you have control over. So, it feels good to grab the reins again, where you feel like, okay, you know what, everything else is so crazy, but I got this.” – Dr. Debi Silber
When everything in your life feels chaotic and out of control, taking control of healing after experiencing betrayal can provide a sense of stability and empowerment and is essential for moving forward and finding peace.
In this episode, Dr. Debi explores the significance of maintaining a healthy diet and engaging in regular exercise as a means of recovering from betrayal. By taking charge of what we eat and how we move, we regain control over our decisions and our bodies. She also underscores the significance of prioritizing sleep as a crucial aspect of the healing process after betrayal, and provides tips for creating a good sleep environment, establishing a sleep routine, and managing nighttime racing thoughts. Additionally, Dr. Debi emphasizes the need to take time for personal growth and improvement instead of rushing into a new relationship.
Engaging in self-improvement, whether through physical fitness or personal growth, empowers you to become stronger and attract healthier relationships. By taking control of your healing, you can navigate the difficult process of betrayal and emerge stronger and more prepared for the future. Remember, healing is a journey, and it’s essential to be patient and kind to yourself along the way.
So, if you’re looking for guidance on how to navigate the aftermath of betrayal and start your healing process, this episode is a must-listen! Tune in now to gain valuable insights and practical tips for moving forward with strength and resilience.
[00:00:00] Prioritizing sleep after betrayal
[00:03:30] The importance of commitment
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