When we experience betrayal, it’s an opportunity for us to redefine who we are and how we want to show up in the world. This is a sacred and personal time that should not be rushed or influenced by others’ agendas. Take the time to reflect, heal, and rediscover your true self.

In the latest episode of “From Betrayal to Breakthrough,” Dr. Debi dive deep into the topic of redefining and rewriting the rules after experiencing betrayal. Whether it’s a personal or professional betrayal, it’s crucial to take this time seriously and be mindful of who you surround yourself with during this delicate period.

It’s also essential to recognize that tolerating abuse, whether it’s emotional or otherwise, comes at a significant cost. We must prioritize our healing and well-being by seeking the right tools, support, and community to move through the five stages of betrayal to achieve breakthrough. At the PBT Institute, we provide a safe space for individuals to heal and transform their lives.

Remember, redefining our lives, healing from betrayal, and embracing change are all within our reach. You deserve to live a life filled with confidence, health, peace, and happiness. We’re here to support you every step of the way.

Key Takeaways:

[00:01:29] Redefining and rewriting the script.

[00:04:09] Rebuilding after betrayal.

[00:05:13] Don’t tolerate abuse, seek support.


Links Mentioned In This Episode

Website: https://thepbtinstitute.com/


Memorable Quotes

“And I’m so proud of the ones who are diving in, doing the work and doing something really good with something really painful.” – Dr. Debi Silber

“If rebuilding is in the cards, rebuild right. If not, become your best. There’s so much at stake by tolerating abuse. You need the right tools, support, and the right community to move through the five stages from betrayal to breakthrough.” – Dr. Debi Silber



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