40 min

Episode 17: Dealing with Failed Connections The Butterfly Effect: A Mental Health Podcast

    • Mental Health

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Losing a friend or romantic partner is always difficult. The relationship we build is not just based on how much we invest in the connection, but an emotional and mental attachment that strengthens our bond. In this episode, I will discuss why losing a friend or romantic partner can be difficult, what you can do to go through the grieving process, and how some failed connections can highlight parts of ourselves we haven't yet healed from. 

Don't forget to like & share this podcast with your friends and family, and if you want to stay updated, fill free to follow my Instagram: @thebutterflyeffect_ or if you want to share your personal experiences, you can email me at thebutterflyeffectpdct@gmail.com.






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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/queen-jeneve-gabrielle-szymoniak/support

*Support this podcast with a small donation to help sustain future episodes! Your donation would be greatly appreciated!: CASHAPP-$butterflyeffectpdct

Losing a friend or romantic partner is always difficult. The relationship we build is not just based on how much we invest in the connection, but an emotional and mental attachment that strengthens our bond. In this episode, I will discuss why losing a friend or romantic partner can be difficult, what you can do to go through the grieving process, and how some failed connections can highlight parts of ourselves we haven't yet healed from. 

Don't forget to like & share this podcast with your friends and family, and if you want to stay updated, fill free to follow my Instagram: @thebutterflyeffect_ or if you want to share your personal experiences, you can email me at thebutterflyeffectpdct@gmail.com.






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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/queen-jeneve-gabrielle-szymoniak/support

40 min

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