Getting over a breakup? You’re in the right place! Breakups, Broken Hearts, and Moving On is a weekly podcast about healing broken hearts, building confidence, and moving forward in an empowered way. It is the perfect balance between science, spirituality, and sass. With a heavy dose of optimism, some laughs, and somber moments, Janice shares what she's learned from personal experience and as a breakup coach to help you through this time! Topics include dating, ghosting, no contact, toxic relationships, communication, attachment styles, and more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/breakupspod/support
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Do you feel like you strike out over and over again? Do you feel that there is something about you that makes it hard for you to connec with people? Do you wonder if you are doomed to be alone? more
I’ve been listening to this podcast and working with Janice for the past few months, and I have to say she has helped me immensely. I love the inspirational stories, the practical advice, and her empathy in general. I highly recommend, and if you need a personalized listening ear, she’s got you!
Janice is so much more than a breakup coach. She’s vulnerable, self-aware, and clearly committed to connecting and sharing her own experiences, ups/downs, and misteps with her audience to make the world better! 🙌🙏
Janice’s podcast on her recent breakup reflected her tremendous sensitivity, willingness to be vulnerable, and also demonstrated her commitment to walking her own talk! Kudos to a well-down episode and to Janice’s professionalism in the face of her own life and relationship falling apart for the moment. She is leading the way for others to pick up the pieces and she provides practical tips for getting back on track with mending their hearts and moving back into a life of abundance and joy.
Janice recently did an episode on her own breakup. Her candid vulnerability made me feel so seen and her five lessons of what to know after your breakup were priceless. I’m definitely saving this episode!
Janice helps with all the feels and logistics of breakups, moving on, and avoiding the backslide. Love her show!
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Breakups, Broken Hearts, and Moving On launched 3 years ago and published 219 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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