How Can I Stop Taking My Baggage Into My New Relationships?

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How can I stop taking my baggage into my new relationships?

Trying not to bring emotional baggage from past relationships into new ones is one of the most common issues that we see when doing our EMT sessions.

Whether it’s a new romantic relationship or a friendship, it can be hard to let the past go and truly learn to trust someone again after being hurt by someone.

But assuming that every new relationship will be the same as your old ones and letting the treacheries of the past cloud your judgment today is the quickest way to get in the way of your potential future happiness.

It’s unfair on your new partner and it’s self-destructive, so let’s take a look at how we can save you from a lifetime of pain, based on past hurts.


If you want to learn how to remove the old baggage that could affect your next relationship get the Debox Method Playbook here. 

About the author.
Jay Roberts is the founder of the Debox Method and after nearly 10 years and hundreds of sessions, an expert in the art of emotional release to remove the negative effects of trauma. Through his book, courses, coaching, and talks Jay’s goal is to teach as many people as he can the power of the Debox Method. 

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