thornz Posted May 16, 2017 Share Posted May 16, 2017 My partner ended things with me today. I have accepted my part in the break up. In hindsight the solutions are so obvious but he says it's too late. I left it too long to try and recover the relationship. I knew the causes of some of our problems, I kept saying I was going to seek CBT as recommended by my doctor whilst on Escitalopram but was so caught up in the relationship and trying to make it work I couldn't see the solution was the therapy. So, with that in mind I booked an emergency appointment with a psychotherapist who specialices in 3 types of therapy that I know are the perfect combination for me. Therapy to address childhood issues, therapy to address relationship issues and cognitive behavioural therapy to break the bad habits and rewire my brain. I am so motivated to get back into my recovery due to this break up. I hurt myself and the man I love and if I'm honest I knew the whole relationship I was not in the right place to be in a relationship. I can't bear to continue this way in relationships and so I'm feeling very positive and hopeful now I have a new direction and the time to devote to my recovery The therapist has just released a medical journal with evidence supporting the theory of neuroplasticity (I didn't actually know it was just a theory because, well I've improved myself and so do others who have risen from the ashes). I literally can't wait to get in there and mould my brain into the shape I want it! Link to comment
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