Betrayal is a deeply painful experience that can shatter our sense of trust, security, and self-worth. Whether it’s infidelity in a romantic relationship, deceit from a close friend, or betrayal in any other form, the aftermath can leave us feeling lost and broken. However, it is possible to rebuild and advocate for ourselves after betrayal.
In this empowering episode of “From Betrayal to Breakthrough,” Dr. Debi sits down with Attorney, TEDx Speaker, and Betrayal Recovery Expert, Lora Cheadle. Together, they dive into the topic of advocating for yourself after infidelity and discuss the importance of setting boundaries, redefining your identity, and trusting your truth. They explore how betrayal can change us, both for better and for worse, and how it uncovers the truth of who we are and our potential for growth and healing.
Lora opens up about her personal journey of betrayal and the invaluable lessons she learned along the way. She offers powerful insights and strategies for navigating the difficult stages of betrayal and redefining your identity. Lora’s message is one of hope and resilience, reminding us that we will be more than okay, and that we have the potential to create a life filled with love, meaning, purpose, and deep connection.
Whether you’ve experienced betrayal or simply want to learn more about personal growth and healing, this episode offers valuable insights and strategies for moving forward. Don’t miss out on this transformative conversation!
[00:02:18] Discovering self-worth after betrayal.
[00:05:18] Living for me.
[00:08:11] Redefining boundaries and pushback.
[00:10:45] Prioritize self-care and set boundaries.
[00:12:55] Choosing your heart.
[00:15:20] Finding your passion.
[00:16:44] Acceptance leads to growth.
[00:19:59] Betrayal uncovers the truth.
[00:22:01] Opportunity to transform through trauma.
[00:23:23] Flaunting your fetish.
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“I could be miserable and bitter, I could hate these other women, I could hate my husband, I could spend the rest of my life telling this story about this horrific thing that had been done to me, and where I was entitled to be a victim, I could test that story for the rest of my life, or I could actually start living for me.” – Lora Cheadle
“Living for me means I am the only one that is going to advocate on my own behalf. Nobody else is ever going to come in and say, ‘Oh, you look tired. Why don’t you go take a nap? I’m going to make you a cup of tea and hand you this book. Will you sit here and read?’ That’s up to me to determine what I need and to create that space and those boundaries to get it.” – Lora Cheadle