Break The Glass Slipper with Crista Beck Podcast Episode 22

Wondering why you still are feeling “off” after your traumatic breakup or divorce? Or perhaps you feel like you have your guard up because you never want to hurt like that ever again? When it comes to the ending of a relationship, it’s important to distinguish the level of trauma you may have experienced due to the loss of this person who was a very important part of your life. Losing someone close to you, especially when under particularly upsetting circumstances can lead to trauma or even PTSD.  In this episode, Crista shares about the levels of trauma, common emotional and physical responses, and how to care for yourself to be able to heal and move on in a healthy way after a breakup or divorce.

You’ll Learn

  • How to heal after a traumatic breakup or divorce
  • The biggest mistake women make after a breakup
  • What a natural disaster can teach us about traumatic responses due to a breakup
  • How to take charge after a traumatic breakup or divorce
  • 7 warning signs that you experienced a traumatic breakup or divorce
  • What to do to actually honor the traumatic responses you may be experiencing
  • How a breakup or divorce can actually trigger PTSD


The Host:

Crista Beck

As the host of Break The Glass Slipper with Crista Beck Podcast, Crista loves creating a place where single women can come to create loving relationships that last. She is also the author of the Amazon best selling book, Break The Glass Slipper: Free Yourself of Fairy Tale Fantasies and Find True Love in Real Life. 

Known as “The Love Radar,” Crista has been featured on ABC, NBC, FOX, and TEDx. Her love and dating advice has been heard by over a million people globally. With over 20,000 hours of meditation as well as an award winning violinist, Crista brings pure love to her 10+ years as a love & dating coach and matchmaker.


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Instagram: @cristabeck

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Thanks for listening! Check out the next episode where we discuss why single women end up on bad dates