• 4 Tips To Help You Get Over A Relationship You Know Isn’t Good For You

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    Most of us have been there. We are in a relationship that we know isn’t good for us, but for any number of reasons, we stay anyway. It is painful to stay. It can also be painful to think about leaving. All of this can be pretty confusing.

    Wanting some tips for her readers on how to get over a relationship that is not a good fit, Kimmy Foskett at Elite Daily interviewed me for this article on the subject.

    I hope you find this interview helpful. Of course, you may have some questions about your specific situation. Feel free to contact me. I would be more than happy to offer you a free 15-minute phone consultation.

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