What Does It Mean To 
Lose Your Soul?

Continued . . .

 

How does it develop? As I mentioned, if your family system is emotionally unhealthy, relating well to others and having close, intimate relationships can be a problem. We learn early on how to cope with uncomfortable situations, but those coping mechanisms keep us stuck. For example, if you hid or shut down or spaced out as a child, you can continue doing those things as an adult. You can imagine how this can impact a marriage or a friendship. In adult relationships to stay healthy and communicate well you can't shut down or hide. Nothing will get addressed, much less resolved. These problematic coping strategies become so engrained in your character that to gain healthy thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and beliefs takes awareness first, then help to learn new ways to live! If you've tried to respond differently on your own and haven't been able to sustain those healthy responses, reach out for help.

Reclaiming Your Lost Soul

And finally, through this program, healing is possible. When you work with others and get support from "safe" people you have accountability which can be very motivating to make great changes. Through the supportive process within the Soul Seekers Network you will:

  • Learn to set healthy boundaries

  • Understand the traits of supportive, "safe" people 

  • Become aware of and learn to express your emotions appropriately 

  • Learn self-care and why it's critical for healthy living

  • Discover how to detach with love

  • Learn to become assertive in your relationships and regain your power

  • Understand your early childhood issues and begin the healing process 

  • Learn to listen to your body

  • Begin the process of spiritual renewal 

  • Understand what it means to forgive and being the forgiveness process

To Get In Touch

 

The best way to get in touch is through Email to;

Info@Reclaimingyourlostsoul.com

Peg Roberts, LMFT

Spirit of Hope Counseling Center

13911 Ridgedale Drive, Suite 320

Minnetonka, MN 55305

952-546-5565

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Here's What One Soul Seeker Has To Say . . .

  Peg’s understanding of the Lost Soul is evident in her workbook. One feels she is personally accompanying the reader on the healing journey. Her wisdom, experience and examples are practical and applicable to anyone seeking freedom. 

Reclaiming Your Lost Soul is a great resource, providing a reliable road to recovery and healing!

Therapists Love Using

the Workbook for Their Counseling Sessions. 

Here's What One

Therapist Has to Say . . .

In Reclaiming Your Lost Soul, Peg Roberts shares her personal

experience with codependency and captures the essence of what it’s

like to lose yourself in codependent relationships. She gives a compassionate and hopeful look

into the heart of people who give

too much. The book offers practical steps with easy to follow, step-by-step guidelines for recovery.

As a therapist, I use the workbook in sessions. I have found Peg's 

workbook to be invaluable for

clients who are working at their own pace to find themselves and build healthy relationships. 

 

Mary Einarson, LMFT, LPCC

Spectrum Counseling, LLC

 

The best way to connect is through Email at:  Info@Reclaimingyourlostsoul.com

My Counseling Practice:  

Spirit of Hope Counseling Center

13911 Ridgedale Dr., Suite 320, Minnetonka, MN 55305

Phone 952-546-5565