The Power Of Your Word

As the world continues to open up and I’m showing up socially more and more, I’ve been really struck by the language I’m using in social situations. Over the years I have done a lot of work to own myself and show up as my full authentic self. However, recently when I’m making small talk with others I’m finding myself commiserating over complaints, or downplaying who I am, and this isn’t something I want to keep doing. I am proud of what I do and who I am, and I needed this as a reminder to show me that the thoughts I have are important, and they have power. 

And this translates into your heartbreak and dating lives as well. When it comes to the language that you’re using in your thoughts and the words you use to express how you’re feeling, these words have power. They show us more about how we’re thinking about these areas of our lives, and having awareness about these things will allow us to change our thoughts and create new results. In this episode, let’s look at the ways in which you are using words to communicate with others about your heartbreak, in your dating life, and on the dating apps. Let’s make sure that it’s aligned with how we want to feel, and the results we want to create for ourselves. 

If you’re like my client who doesn’t know what her thoughts are or how to self-coach to get clear on your words and on your thoughts, then I invite you to join my one-year group coaching program, Stop Wanting Him Back and Find Someone Better. Or, for a limited time, I am again offering my 60-video course, with the same title as this podcast and as my group coaching program. With this course, you get lifetime access to the videos, and if you purchase my course before March 1st, I will be hosting 3 live group calls the first week in April 2022. To learn more, go to my website

Topics In This Episode:

  • Owning who you are and how you’re feeling
  • Giving yourself compassion while also recognizing something you want to change
  • How to begin the work of investigating your thoughts
  • Your words are actions
  • The practice of creating new habitual thoughts
  • Choosing your version of discomfort


PLEASE NOTE: Claire refers to her exes and the listener’s ex as a “he,” based on her own personal experience as a heterosexual female, but this work can be applied to ANYONE going through heartbreak. ALL genders and sexual orientations are encouraged to listen and apply Claire’s tools into their own lives!

Editing and show notes by Roth Media

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