This post contains affiliate links. In disclosure, I have not done this program. My recovery has taken years. However, I wanted to share because it sounds so interesting. If you try it, please comment or email me and let me know.
Have you spent years on your therapist’s couch only to feel like you’re still waiting for the breakthrough that you thought should have happened by now?
Has it been eons since your divorce was final, yet you just haven’t gotten your life back together?
Maybe you just broke up. What if you could get off to the right start with the tools that you need to TAKE ACTION toward recovery?
I had the opportunity to interview Simon, the managing director for Naked Recovery, an intense 21-day program to teach you how to redirect your life and yourself back toward pursuing your personal goals. Simon discussed the three phases of recovery from a traumatic life event — cocoon, metamorphosis, and relief — and the major components of successfully traversing each.
It can take people decades to move through even the first stage, but Simon and Naked Divorce encourage active forward progress by asking difficult questions and making their clients confront the issues still holding them back. What could take years to stumble through alone is accelerated to a matter of carefully guided weeks.
I want to share our conversation with you.
My own divorce was eight years ago — which took the majority of that time to recover from — and I have many divorced friends who are still trying to get their feet back on the ground. So, I was especially inspired by the way that Naked Recovery works with their clients — they don’t just talk, but actively assist them in refocusing their lives.
And they’re not just about divorce. Naked Recovery works with all kinds of recovery from traumatic life events, such as bereavement, job loss, and more. Click on any of the Naked Recovery links in this post to learn more, and for a free Clarity Call: a 20 min private conversation where you can discuss any challenges you are going through, ask any questions, and explore your best routes forward so you can experience total and complete recovery.
Is there a breakthrough you’re still waiting for? What has your experience been with recovery, post-divorce or otherwise? I’d love to hear about it.