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compartmentalization to heal flaunt08-30-23 Using Compartmentalization to Help You Heal

What is compartmentalization? Is it good or is it bad? Is it something the cheater used to cheat, or is it something you can use to heal? Surprisingly, the answer is both! Here’s what you need to know about both the good and bad sides of compartmentalization.

Top take-a-ways

  1. Identifying and understanding the difference between healthy compartmentalization and unhealthy compartmentalization.
  2. How to use compartmentalization to help you categorize and prioritize your thoughts, obligations, and concerns, so you can reduce overwhelm, stop feeling scattered and make meaningful progress.
  3. Why setting boundaries and prioritizing tasks gives each area of our life the attention it deserves, leading to better decision-making and problem-solving.

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About Lora:

Author, speaker and Burnout & Betrayal Recovery Coach, Lora Cheadle help women rebuild their identity and self-worth so they can find the courage to claim what’s possible on the other side of betrayal.

Untangle yourself from the past, reclaim your power, and own your worth so you can create a future you love on your own terms. All with a wink and a smile! Learn more at and follow me across all social!

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