By Liana Jacob
MEET THE woman who after TWO YEARS of getting over her ex decided to become a break-up coach to help other couples recover from their break-ups and even ‘win their exes back’.
In 2007, break-up coach, Natalia Juarez (37), from Toronto, Canada, was 25-years-old when she experienced her worst heartbreak with a man, she was in a relationship with for seven years, on-and-off. Despite ending their relationship, the two were still in contact, which made letting him go very hard. She ultimately ended their relationship when she met someone else in summer 2008.
This relationship ended up being a whirlwind romance resulting in them getting engaged six months after they met. However, in 2010, her fiancé was offered a job abroad and decided for them that she would move. This decision was short-lived, as Natalia soon realised that their relationship was not healthy and broke off the engagement due to their contrasting personalities and she found him controlling.
For two years she worked on herself and learned how to date in a healthier way, but later in 2012 she discovered her passion of helping others get through the pain and emotion she has been through. She has trained with several coaching companies and has created coaching programmes designed to help men and women get through their romantic challenges.
She is now in a relationship with a man she started dating in 2015 and is using her personal experiences to help men and women get through their own heartbreaks.
“From a young age, I’ve been fascinated by relationships. The catalyst for getting into this line of work was when my engagement ended, just months before turning thirty,” Natalia said
“Although my twenties had been very passionate, it had also been very dramatic, with so much heartache.
“I had had two breakups that were incredibly difficult, and I did not want to repeat my twenties in my thirties.
“My relationships in my twenties were passionate, but drama-filled. Although I dated great men, we were not good matches together.
“These relationships started off based on attraction instead of compatibility. All of these ‘failed’ relationships have definitely helped me to become a great breakup coach.
“Although I have a lot of training, my clients really value my personal experience and trust me because they know I’ve been there.
“As a breakup coach, I help people through the entire spectrum of breakups – I help men and women recover from difficult breakups or divorce.
“I also help men and women (mostly men) win their exes back and ‘re-couple’ and help them get back onto the dating scene after a divorce.
“My clients either come to see me in person at my office or we connect online over video or phone. I find out exactly what their relationships, objectives or challenges are, and we work together to create a plan.
“Over the course of our work together I help them to achieve their objectives, whether that’s getting over a break-up, preventing a break-up, or getting an ex back.”
Despite going through her fair share of break-ups, Natalia has now found love again and says that their relationship is wonderful and healthy.
She is currently writing a book on how to get over heartbreak and says that the feedback she has received from her clients has been nothing but positive.
“I am very happy to share that I am in a very healthy and fulfilling relationship with a wonderful man,” she said.
“We have been together for over three years, and we are very much in love, and we are currently making big life plans together.
“Most often people are surprised to hear that I’m a breakup coach, and they either ask how I got into this line of work or tell me that they really could have used my services.
“The feedback I’ve gotten from my clients has been wonderful. So many of my clients tell me that I have been a life-saver.
“They tell me that they couldn’t have gotten over their breakups as quickly or with as much grace without me. It truly makes me so happy.
“They have also told me that I gave them a lot of hope and helped them not only get over their breakups but also learn to date in an enjoyable way.
“As part of the sessions, I would first let them know that as terrible as they may feel if they’re willing to do the work, they’re going to be better than ok.
“The first and most important step is to take great care of yourself. Give yourself time to heal and allow yourself to feel and express all your feelings.
“After weeks or months of being good to yourself, you will naturally heal and get over your breakup. As difficult as your breakup may be, your breakup may be a tremendous opportunity for authentic growth.
“I’m writing a book on getting over your heartbreak. I’m currently working on an online programme to help men win their exes back or move on in a healthy way and I’m also going to be running a workshop on how to date effectively over thirty.”
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