Review of Unstoppable Me Blueprint
Review of Unstoppable Me Blueprint
Product Name: Unstoppable Me Blueprint
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The next day, she packed her things and left – vowing never to experience such pain again.
The courage to escape was one thing. The resolve to heal was another. She says, “Time doesn’t heal all wounds. Action heals.”
She demanded real solutions and after 36 months of devouring every resource available… reading every book she could get her hands on… sorting through the tons of psycho babble to find the gems. She found the secret to restoring her life!
What took her 36 months and thousands of dollars to figure out – she is sharing with you today for just 24-hours of your time.
Have you ever suffered from abuse?
If you were yelled at, pushed, choked, hit, bit, restrained – that’s abuse.
If things were hidden from you, access to a car, phone, or money was restricted – that’s abuse.
If intimidation tactics were used – slamming doors, driving recklessly, stalking you, breaking things or you were prevented from leaving the house – that’s abuse.
If you were belittled, criticized for how you thought and felt, blamed for most everything, interrogated til exhaustion, kept up all night – that’s abuse.
If your partner threatened to leave or divorce you, to harm you, to sabotage your job – that’s abuse.
And if you were isolated from your family and friends, accused of being unfaithful, had your privacy violated; you were lied to and manipulated – that’s abuse.
If you or someone you care about has ever suffered from abuse…
…then you know how devastating and painful it can be to feel powerless as your entire life is controlled by someone else.
So, let’s start there. Let’s talk about abuse… specifically intimate partner abuse. If you’re anything like me… that 5-letter word makes your skin crawl. It just feels like a dirty word.
Yet, talking about it gives us an understanding that can lead to healing.
If you’re wondering if you were abused and just aren’t sure… this Abuse Wheel might be an eye opening experience for you, like it was for me.
The dictionary defines abuse as the improper use of something; to treat with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly.
Psychologists describe abuse as the systematic pattern of behaviors in a relationship that are used to gain and/or maintain power and control over another.
I remember taking many of those online quizzes – Am I in an abusive relationship? Am I being abused?
And every time the result was the same. But I just didn’t want to admit it. It was painful. At some point, I broke-down and acknowledged that what I had experienced was abuse. I was in complete shock when the dots connected in my head. It was devastating. I couldn’t stop the tears.
So, if your reaction is anything like mine … I understand your pain. I wish I could jump through the screen and wrap my arms around you and cry with you. It feels unbelievable in many ways and the sadness can feel overwhelming. As intense as that feeling is… I assure you it’s temporary. And especially now that we’ve acknowledged your abuse as abuse – the healing process can begin.
To bring even more clarity about abuse and how it works… let’s destroy a huge misconception about abusive relationships. If someone mistreats you in such a grave way… how can you love him? Why don’t you just leave?
Here’s what I experienced and my research confirmed… intimate partner abuse begins with verbal and emotional abuse. All other abuse is secondary.
For instance, if you go on a first date with someone you’ve just met and at the end of the date instead of a hug, he slaps you across the face… would you go on a second date with him?
Of course not! No way! Because you’re head and heart aren’t invested enough in the relationship yet.
But that’s not how abuse happens. First, our head and hearts become enmeshed with an abusive person long before any other form of abuse creeps in. When further abuse creeps in we may not even know because the preceding psychological abuse had our heads in such a thick fog. Plus, abusers are incredibly skilled at twisting things to their benefit and to avoid pain we succumb to the dysfunctional logic.
Thus when the abuse expands – whether it be physical abuse, sexual abuse, spiritual abuse, property violence, economic abuse, neglect, power plays, use of children and so on – we make excuses for their behavior. And so do they! Abusers rarely – if ever – recognize their actions as abusive.
We say things like… They had a stressful day at work. They were just tired. They were drunk. They didn’t mean it. I was just their verbal punching bag – they needed an outlet. If I hadn’t upset him then he wouldn’t have done that.
We make excuses because first impressions are so extremely strong. When someone does something that is inconsistent with who we think they are… our minds naturally anchor to how things were in the beginning. We desperately cling to our first impression of them. This isn’t him… he didn’t do this in the beginning… and we desperately try to get things back to how they were.
This puts you into an emotional tailspin – it’s confusing. You don’t understand what is going on. So, you suppress your intuition – the warning signs in your gut that say something is wrong – and instead you start walking on eggshells to prevent abuse. Or you start bargaining with them to get help.
However, as you know, neither of these work. So then at some point along the way, you have your enough-is-enough moment and get out.
Getting out doesn’t mean you’re healed. It just means you are no longer living in an abusive environment. However, you must make choices to heal yourself and that starts with healing yourself emotionally and physiologically. Healing your head and your heart.
Little did I know my closing mantra – “You can’t have my mind” – was truly the beginning of my healing process. Protecting and nurturing your head and heart is how the healing process begins and grows.
Up until this point… you didn’t know what you didn’t know. It wasn’t your fault.
One of my favorite authors is Maya Angelou and she says, “We do our best until we know better and when we know better we do better.”
When I began to understand the depths of dysfunction and abuse that were swirling around me – that’s when lasting healing began. Accepting the embarrassing facts of my past allowed me to make choices that protected and nurtured my head and my heart. There is no need to doubt your sanity, forfeit your independence, or compromise your dreams any longer.
You can heal from abuse. You can regain your confidence. You can reclaim your values. Live a life by your standards. And go onto become the unstoppable version of yourself that you want to be.
Here’s what I’ve learned though… time does not heal all wounds. Doing the work of healing yourself heals you.
Feeling unsure about the healing process is normal. However, not doing anything about it will not help. Things will only improve once you start doing something about it. Tomorrow will pass, this next week, this next month, this next year will pass whether you choose to do the step-by-step work of healing or not.
Do you want to live another year like the last? Do you want more dysfunction and heartache? Or do you want to heal and grow into the unstoppable woman you want to be?
It’s simply a choice about quality of life. The time will pass either way.
What I’ve found is this … it’s spiritual suicide to not make progress towards healing your head and your heart. I’ve also found that making the choice to heal will prove to be more beautiful than any dysfunction you are clinging to now.
A quote from Elisabeth Kubler-Ross describes how beautiful healing can be … she says…
“The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.”
– Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
If you’re not yet at the place to choose to do the work of healing, I genuinely wish you courage and strength on the path you’ve chosen. However, if you’ve chosen to embrace the healing process – I wish I could give you a virtual hug!
Thank you for valuing and respecting yourself enough to do the work of healing. My personal mission is to empower others to be and do their best. Sadly, I can’t do for others what they can and should do for themselves. My heart smiles when people choose to embrace the healing process for themselves.
Adopting the ideas and practices you find within this step-by-step blueprint is the surest path to becoming unstoppable! And it will build trust, confidence, peace, and happiness within you in unimaginable ways.
Cheers to the healing journey and becoming unstoppable! I hope you join me.
Unstoppable Me – The Courage to Choose Habits that Heal
I invite you to join me along the healing road and become unstoppable in your life. Within the pages of this eBook, you will find your step-by-step blueprint – the 10 daily choices to employ repeatedly to keep yourself safe; and protect and nurture your heart and head.
Don’t leave your healing to chance. Don’t buy into the myth that time heals all wounds. Please give your mind, body, and soul the gift of healing.
Here’s what you’ll discover in this program when you choose to heal and become whole again…
Best of all, I’ve condensed my 36 months of research and resources into ten steps which you can learn and apply in just 24-hours. If you are determined to never experience control and abuse again, now is the time to heal by ordering my Unstoppable Me blueprint!
**This is a downloadable file, NOT a hard-copy book.
You can have that life! But it demands healing. It’s not going to happen like some fairy-tale story – it only happens when you start doing something about it.
You must heal yourself – if you want to become unstoppable. Otherwise, you will just keep wasting time dealing with controlling and abusive people. Living each day feeling trapped in an emotional dudgeon… a miserable day on repeat and calling it a life.
If you don’t want abuse in your life anymore – you must choose to heal. It’s the only option. And I’ve made it quick and simple for you. You don’t have to spend 36 months figuring it out … Just 24 hours.
Healing from abuse does not happen on it’s own. You must make choices to heal yourself. Choosing not to heal is saying to yourself and the world that abuse is acceptable. And it’s NOT! Stop the cycle for yourself and the people you care about. Make the choice to heal today!
Don’t live one more day letting the destruction of abuse cloud your future. Abuse is inexcusable. Healing is possible. And YOU CAN become unstoppable in your life despite previous experiences or choices. But you MUST make the choice to do so.
**This is a downloadable file, NOT a hard-copy book.
Please CHOOSE TODAY to heal from abuse and become unstoppable. I want YOU to join us. And you’ll be amongst fellow courageous souls and unstoppable spirits! Make the choice today.
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