Your D-Day Anniversary – How to Honor Yourself & Cope
Like 9-11 and COVID, survivors of infidelity mark time with “before D-day” or “after D-day.”. Yet unlike 9-11 or COVID, you are profoundly alone in your D-day trauma. Which it makes it vitally important to create your own anniversary “celebration” or way to mark and memorialize all that you have been through. No matter how many D-days you have had, no matter if you are happily married to your cheating partner, are still struggling, or are divorced and done, it is still a moment in your life that needs to be remembered with care, honor, and compassion. Here’s how.
- Attachment styles and how the way you were raised impacts the way you feel in your body, especially during traumatic events and anniversaries such as D-day.
- The art of giving yourself now what you needed most then, and re-parenting and re-patterning yourself after upsetting events.
- How to create space, time, and healing by “being responsive” to yourself and learning how to meet your own needs.
Lora Cheadle is an infidelity survivor who uses the concepts in burlesque to help women reclaim their identity and self-worth after betrayal so they can move forward with confidence, embrace their sexy, and create a life they love!
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