The love of your life has finished with you. They walked out the door and that’s it. Over.
What does this mean?
‘No one will ever love me.’
‘I can’t go on without her.’
‘He’s in love with someone else.’
People love being right so we assume that what we tell ourselves is true. I tell myself I’m ugly, and I believe it. I tell myself I’m unlovable, and I believe it.
The thing is, it is just a script. And if the script is hurting you, if it makes you feel bad, you can rewrite it. So, what would you like to tell yourself?
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Stephen is one of the Ivy House Alumni, and when he completed the Programme he made a commitment to himself: take on and conquer the Brighton Half Marathon.
The game of doing the right thing on the surface, whilst at the same time making your real feelings perfectly clear, is as common as it is destructive.