This Is How You Actually Learn From A Breakup
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This Is How You Actually Learn From A Breakup

By Max Jancar | Published: July 1, 2024 | 2 Minute Read

As part of The Breakthrough Letter, every week I send out a short email with one idea, one suggestion, and one resource to help you break through your breakup and create a new possibility for love, either with your ex or someone new.

Here’s this week’s edition. Enjoy.


Today’s Idea:

A breakup is often seen as a devastating event, but it can also be a profound learning experience.

Instead of viewing your breakup solely as a loss, try to see it as an opportunity to understand yourself better and grow emotionally.

This perspective shift can help you overcome your pain and often provides valuable insights into your emotional needs, personal boundaries, and relationship patterns.

Today’s Suggestion:

Writing down your thoughts can help clarify your feelings and highlight areas for personal growth. So take a few minutes this week to journal about your breakup.

Here are some good questions you can try to answer for a start:

Today’s Resource:

Plus Minus Next Journaling — in my opinion, a superior alternative to traditional journaling. Read this guide to discover how to leverage it so you can learn more about your breakup.

New This Week:

I launched a new product called Exodus. It’s a personalized six-week coaching program where I help you leave your heartache behind and set you up to successfully re-attract your ex or attract someone even better.

It’s probably the best, most valuable thing I ever made. But since you get virtually 24/7 access to me through this program, it’s not cheap. And I only work with three clients at a time to ensure I can deliver immense value to each.

Currently, there’s only one spot left.

If you’d like to learn more about this coaching program, click here.


As always, feel free to reply to this email and let me know what you think. While I can’t respond to everyone, I do read everything.

Until next time,

Max Jancar

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