Get Over Your Breakup with Breakup Rehab By Rebekah Freedom

GIVING THANKS BEYOND THANKSGIVING: 2017
Morning babes! I hope you are all having a wonderful week so far, I wanted to share with you all my newest secret, a book that for sure helped me a lot last year and also helped me get rid of toxic relationship towards the end of 2017 to make room for 2018- Breakup Rehab by the wonderful, bold Rebekah Freedom. Not only is she joining us for Tea Time but I am also going to host a giveaway of Rebekah’s book for one of you lucky readers. TRUST babes you will totally love this book. Oh and if your single, trust this is still a winner and if you are in a relationship, I still hands down recommend the book.

Alright my loves without further wait, I present the great, Rebekah!
As a writer sometimes writing about the personal experience can be tough, did you find that when you were writing breakup rehab?
Telling myself comes easily to me. The difficult part is feeling embarrassed about my position in life. So when it comes to writing about breakups, I enjoy being honest about what went down and simultaneously worried about being single the rest of my life. Because oddly, what I write about seems to come true. I clearly need to write about finding the love of my life in my next book.
Haha. It’s it funny how what you write sort of does come true, I feel the same with FOP, it’s like I am throwing it out into the universe. 
 
I love how easily your book makes you feel like you have this support on your side to get through this, what do you do to get out of the “funk” that we all feel at times?
 
After this last breakup in the summer of 2017, I worked hard on clearing the funk.  I went to therapy, psychics, mystic healers, and Codependents Anonymous. I spent time with my family and 7 Bulldog puppies, lost 11 pounds from not eating, drank with friends, traveled, journaled, and took up witchcraft. It was a full force effort. Oh, and I read my own book 2.5 times.
Funnily enough, I feel like after I breakup you end up finding yourself, you know?
 
A mantra or quote that you live by? 
Quotes are my life-rafts when I am going through hell, so I live by all of them that inspire me. My current favorite is, “Choose for you.”
If you could tell your fifteen-year-old self-something, what would it be?
Oh, dear 15-year-old self, it’s going to suck but you will find your way. Also, spend more time with your father. And don’t have sex without commitment. Being a whore only leaves scars. Actually, this question is something that would take up a whole hour-long therapy session. So, to sum it up, I would tell my 15-year-old self—you have been, will be, and are totally magical, worthy, and no one can take that from you!
Loveeee it! 
The one food always on your grocery cart? 
I spend a good $300/month on green drink. It’s an obsession.
Oh my gosh, you are not the only one with the green drink obsession. I TOO adore them.
Alright, babes there you have it, a little tea time brain picking of my favorite author  Rebekah Freedom, I really, really recommend the book! I LOVE it and honestly feel like you will too.
So to enter the giveaway, just share in a comment below why you would like this book and a random winner will be picked on Feb. 24 ! Good luck! Love you tons.
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Andrea Broom

Hi! I'm Andrea. A girl who loves her chocolate as much as her greens.

39 Comments
  1. I love talking to my fifteen-year-old self and using quotes/mantras to live by. The best way to get over a breakup for me is moving on to the next potential breakup. I would tell my fifteen-year-old self it’s okay to date and be happy without a commitment. Keep your options open and a ring will hunt you down. Dating is a numbers game so be free to date without insisting on a commitment and watch what happens.

  2. Being a dating and relationships blogger, this is right up my alley! I try to encourage my readers down the path of self-love so that they are competent enough to love someone else. I’ll definitely take a look and maybe offer it as a recommendation to my reader as well! Thanks for sharing!

  3. I love the idea of a Breakup Rehab:) I mean maybe I could get some tips on what I might be doing wrong. LOL I would tell my 15 year-old self. Don’t sweat the small stuff and this to shall pass

  4. I am so glad that I have never had to go through a breakup. Also, I don’t even think I spend $300 a month on groceries! Sounds like green juices would break me :p

  5. It does sound like it could be a fascinating book about love and loss and how to deal. The best advice I got from someone about breakup is that its a loss, and needs to be treated as such. Yes the person is there, which almost makes the loss worse. But you have to go through the grieving process nevertheless. i really like what the author had to say to their 15 year old self. That they are worthy and magical and to spend more time with their father.

  6. LOL, you really made me giggle with this post. I brighten up my morning, thank you! This book sounds like and interesting read so im adding it to my amazon book wish list right this instant! Break ups are always difficult we invest a lot in relationships and when they end we do feel lost so I totally get the funk… I’m sure most of us have been there at one point or other in our lives. X

    1. Even if you aren’t in a relationship, it a great read for yourself, and to know for the future, it can help when you are in one.

  7. I did not know codependents anonymous was a thing and I can only laugh because after my first breakup that was totally me! I didn’t know how to not be around them, I eventually found some hobbies and other things to take up my spare time but this book sounds like a good resource to have!!

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