Hi! Can share a little about yourself and what you do?
My name is Rebecca J. Brock and I’m a writer and an intuitive love coach. I’m also a vlogger, my passion in life is to help others find and keep true love. Everyone deserves to have love in their life!
Can you tell us about a significant heartbreak and how you recovered?
I’ve had a few heartbreaks in my life, and I made video about this entitled “My Secret Technique for Getting Over Heartbreak”. Watch it here: https://youtu.be/ac70Sq_yX7w
What are major red flags for you when you start dating someone new?
One major red flag I’ve noticed with dating is when a man pays only cash for dinner. It could very well mean he’s married! Walk away now. I never advise dating a married man, the odds are never in your favor.
What are your favorite mood elevators to uplift and inspire you?
The two tools I use to uplift myself in life are exercise and meditation. Exercise boosts my endorphins, and I end up more confident because I look good!
Meditation is a crucial strategy I use to hone my intuition. The stillness and connection to the Universe really can give you the answers to solve all your problems.
Do you stay friends with your ex? Unfollow or follow them on social media, etc?
As far as staying friends with exes, that depends. Obviously I get along great with the father of my children. We are great at co-parenting and are always on the same page. Other exes I’ve been able to stay friendly with, so long as everyone is mature about it (I say everyone because new relationships develop and that new person in your life would need to be understanding). But there was one ex that was an alcoholic and (I found out later) a drug addict and I have completely cut off all contact with him. Unfollowed and blocked.
Any tips for our users on moving on from heartbreak?
One thing about heartbreak: it’s very easy to blame yourself and take it personally. You miss this person so badly and it’s very easy to let your emotions get out of control and your thoughts could start to run wild. How could he not love me? Then we start thinking we are not worthy of love and our negative thoughts push finding love farther away from us. Just because that person didn’t love you doesn’t mean anything is wrong with you. You two just weren’t a good match.
It’s a good idea to use heartbreak to improve your life. Sit down and take a hard look at all your shortcomings and do one thing every day to improve yourself. Don’t try to change the good things about yourself just because that one particular partner didn’t value those aspects of your personality. Next, keep believing in LOVE! THERE IS SOMEONE OUT THERE FOR EVERYONE!!!!!
You can find out more about Rebecca on her website here.