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105: Pivoting Unhealthy Habits In Your Relationship With Lori Jean Glass MUVE FORWARD

    • Self-Improvement

Lori Jean Glass is an educator, mentor, public speaker, and certified relationship, professional, and bereavement coach. She is the CEO and founder of PIVOT, a relational alignment group comprised of trained coaches and therapists certified in The PIVOT Process. Lori Jean's personal experiences brought her to her current work, which focuses on those who struggle in their adult relationships based on attachment wounds of the past. She is also the CEO and founder of The Glass House, a residential setting offering workshops for individuals, couples, and families to take a deep dive into the PIVOT Process to get high impact solutions to achieve positive relational outcomes.Lori Jean created the PIVOT process to help people attach more securely to one another in their relationships and not let all of the trauma of their past, stop them from learning how to attach securely. The work done within this program is universal and transferable depending on who you are and what you want out of a relationship.The PIVOT process ultimately helps individuals to identify what’s causing various attachment issues in their relationships through storytelling of their own life, and then how to move forward in a more secure way. The result of the PIVOT program for many is that clients will no longer create the level of chaos and dysfunction that they used to create in their life. They can still fall down, but getting healthy again is much easier. Lori Jean refers to this as “popping back into healthy alignment” whenever they fall down. This means that they are now able to apply good rational thinking and a level of emotional intelligence with healthy action to move through what brought them down.“Listen to your gut - if you know you’re struggling, don’t give up and find a solution for the struggle … and acknowledge that the struggle is real because it is. If you go and you talk with someone and it’s not working, turn the page and try something new. Just because someone says they can help you, doesn’t mean they can. You keep listening to what you’re feeling until you meet the right system that will work for you; a system that has a combination of both healing properties and teaching you something new about relationships. If you come from a traumatic or challenging situation, many of you missed out on learning what it is like to be in a healthy relationship so it’s important that you learn what you need to expect from yourself based on who you are and where you come from. Don’t underestimate the power that the old trauma can have and how it’s affecting your life.”Get in Touch with Lori Jean Glass:Feel free to send an inquiry to Lori Jean through any of her three websites; personal, PIVOT or The Glass House Intensive (websites listed below). She will have a new website launching soon to combine all three spaces so keep an eye out for this release on social @lorijeanglass! Lori Jean is also a published author and her book #HealthyAdult is all about pivoting from fantasy to reality, confusion to clarity, and isolation to connection in a relationship. It starts as her own memoir, then she goes into anonymously shared storytelling, and the last part of the book is the PIVOT process; what it is, how to apply it to your life, and then it allows the reader to engage in this process if it resonates. Her book is a best seller on Amazon and you can find a link to purchase below!Instagram: @lorijeanglassPersonal website: https://lorijean.comPivot Program: https://www.lovetopivot.com The Glass House Intensive: https://glasshouseintensives.com/our-programs/ Lori Jean’s Book: #HealthyAdult: PIVOT from Fantasy to Reality, Confusion to Clarity, Isolation to Connection by Lori Jean Glass. Purchase the book here.Other books mentioned: The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk

Lori Jean Glass is an educator, mentor, public speaker, and certified relationship, professional, and bereavement coach. She is the CEO and founder of PIVOT, a relational alignment group comprised of trained coaches and therapists certified in The PIVOT Process. Lori Jean's personal experiences brought her to her current work, which focuses on those who struggle in their adult relationships based on attachment wounds of the past. She is also the CEO and founder of The Glass House, a residential setting offering workshops for individuals, couples, and families to take a deep dive into the PIVOT Process to get high impact solutions to achieve positive relational outcomes.Lori Jean created the PIVOT process to help people attach more securely to one another in their relationships and not let all of the trauma of their past, stop them from learning how to attach securely. The work done within this program is universal and transferable depending on who you are and what you want out of a relationship.The PIVOT process ultimately helps individuals to identify what’s causing various attachment issues in their relationships through storytelling of their own life, and then how to move forward in a more secure way. The result of the PIVOT program for many is that clients will no longer create the level of chaos and dysfunction that they used to create in their life. They can still fall down, but getting healthy again is much easier. Lori Jean refers to this as “popping back into healthy alignment” whenever they fall down. This means that they are now able to apply good rational thinking and a level of emotional intelligence with healthy action to move through what brought them down.“Listen to your gut - if you know you’re struggling, don’t give up and find a solution for the struggle … and acknowledge that the struggle is real because it is. If you go and you talk with someone and it’s not working, turn the page and try something new. Just because someone says they can help you, doesn’t mean they can. You keep listening to what you’re feeling until you meet the right system that will work for you; a system that has a combination of both healing properties and teaching you something new about relationships. If you come from a traumatic or challenging situation, many of you missed out on learning what it is like to be in a healthy relationship so it’s important that you learn what you need to expect from yourself based on who you are and where you come from. Don’t underestimate the power that the old trauma can have and how it’s affecting your life.”Get in Touch with Lori Jean Glass:Feel free to send an inquiry to Lori Jean through any of her three websites; personal, PIVOT or The Glass House Intensive (websites listed below). She will have a new website launching soon to combine all three spaces so keep an eye out for this release on social @lorijeanglass! Lori Jean is also a published author and her book #HealthyAdult is all about pivoting from fantasy to reality, confusion to clarity, and isolation to connection in a relationship. It starts as her own memoir, then she goes into anonymously shared storytelling, and the last part of the book is the PIVOT process; what it is, how to apply it to your life, and then it allows the reader to engage in this process if it resonates. Her book is a best seller on Amazon and you can find a link to purchase below!Instagram: @lorijeanglassPersonal website: https://lorijean.comPivot Program: https://www.lovetopivot.com The Glass House Intensive: https://glasshouseintensives.com/our-programs/ Lori Jean’s Book: #HealthyAdult: PIVOT from Fantasy to Reality, Confusion to Clarity, Isolation to Connection by Lori Jean Glass. Purchase the book here.Other books mentioned: The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk

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