"Conscious Uncoupling" is nothing new. Katherine Woodward Thomas has been teaching the technique since 2010 and will be appearing on NBC's Today Show March 31. The show starts at 7 a.m., so set your VCR or DVR to record the show.
"Conscious Uncoupling" is a 5 week course created by Katherine Woodward Thomas and can be used by Philly singles, couples going through a divorce, or any type of breakup. It is "a process used by one or both parties to navigate their separation based on the values of mutual respect, personal responsibility, and a commitment to the well-being of all concerned."
If you'd like more information on the process of "Conscious Uncoupling" which encompasses the following:
- The real reason feelings of rage, despair, betrayal and devastation are often triggered during a breakup . . .
- How to hold and harness the energy of big emotions and transform them from being a destructive force to being a force for positive change in your life
- How to release blame and shame in order to reclaim your power
- How to show up in your life in ways that will bring healing to you and everyone who is impacted by your separation
- How to evolve the dynamics between you and your former partner so you can clear away toxic emotional residue and allow for something new and healthy to emerge
- And so much more
Check out Katherine's free online seminar which will deliver you an entirely new way to approach the end of love.
Katherine will equip you with a powerful, proven step by step process to help you avoid the hellacious damage so often associated with breaking up… as well as show you how to heal any damage you may have suffered in the past.
Learn and how to avoid (or heal from!) the 3 breakup mistakes that cause suffering, steal joy and prevent future love. Register to access a replay of this empowering online teleseminar event which first aired in 2012 here.
Check out the New York Times feature article on Katherine and "Conscious Uncoupling" or view the online version here.
The best news for all of us is that breaking up doesn't have to be all negative. If approached in the right way, a breakup can be a positive experience that doesn't encompass all out war.