The number one resource for women dealing with a breakup, The Heartbreak Clinic, is happy to announce that they will be accepting new members to their online community. Anyone who has experienced a heartbreak due to a loss or a nasty breakup knows the devastation that follows. Feelings of loneliness, emptiness and insecurity can hit like a tidal wave; but The Heartbreak Clinic has created an exclusive resource to walk members through the process hand in hand, and help them emerge even stronger than before.
Breakups look different for everyone. Heartbreak looks different for everyone. The Heartbreak Clinic has thoughtfully created a resource that can apply to anyone, no matter where they are at in their process. Through offering online courses, challenges, articles and tools, members learn to:
• Let go and take steps to move forward to a bright future
• Improve confidence
• Discover new ways of connecting with others
• Financial Literacy post-breakup
• Self-love and Self-care
• How to empower themselves and others
“Our mission is to heal the heart and mind so that you can be strong again.” – La’Toya A. Hart, Founder
No one should feel a sense that they have lost themselves due a breakup. Women have historically been “career givers” and experiencing situations where nothing is given in return, partnered with rejection can deplete one’s self esteem and sense of self. The Heartbreak Clinic provides structured support to combat the effects of a breakup, and help others take control of their life and their mindset.
Through proof of concept and unwavering commitment to women empowerment; Heartbreak Clinic’s purpose-driven vision has come to fruition with this online community of love, support and guidance. For more information on how to become a member or attend upcoming workshops, please visit: www.heartbreakclinic.org
About The Heartbreak Clinic
The Heartbreak Clinic was founded in 2016 by La’Toya Heart in Middletown, Delaware. When seeking the answer to the question: “where do you go when your heart hurts?”, La’Toya realized there is a lack of community and resources readily available for women everywhere. While traditional therapy has great benefit and will not be discounted, it can be pricey, and there is a lack of community — a lack of connecting with people who also have a broken heart.
Heartbreak can look different for everyone, but the common denominator is that it is hard and leaves a plethora of unanswered questions and feelings to sort through. The Heartbreak Clinic aims to aide women in normalizing these feelings, and joining hand in hand to overcome the obstacles that coincide with heartbreak. Through online courses, community and resources, the Heartbreak Clinic’s goal is to help women of all ages and backgrounds regain their confidence, and take their power back from a breakup or heartbreak.
For more information or press inquiries, please contact Tiffany Wilks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 302.464.0397