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How to heal a broken heart – Book

Let go of pain and learn to love again

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Book 1 – HOW TO HEAL A BROKEN HEART – Let go of pain and learn to love again.

Everyone needs love in their life. And they need to be loved. Why? Because it’s through love that we find our identity and worth. When you’re struggling with the pain of a broken heart, it hits to the core of your mind, body and soul.

This book is for anyone who has had their heart broken in the past or who is going through a heartbreak. Whether it’s the loss of a loved one, a failed relationship, an abusive partner, or a family difficulty, the hurt is real.

How to Heal a Broken Heart can help you make the transition from broken-hearted to whole-hearted so that you are free to love again.

Also available for Kindle and in print from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk

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Book 2 – HOW TO FORGIVE THE UNFORGIVABLE

Abandoned by my mother as a young child and abused by my father formed the basis of my twenty year battle with depression and alcoholism. Many years into recovery I began to pursue forgiveness with a passion. As I worked through the process of forgiving my parents, I began to appreciate the benefits of forgiveness in all aspects of my life.

Living with the freedom to let go and move on I could never have anticipated how the importance of these lessons, until I was confrontation with the ultimate betrayal by someone I loved.

In HOW TO FORGIVE THE UNFORGIVABLE, I share my own story and insights into forgiveness – why to forgive, how to do it, and whether some events are truly unforgivable.

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