You know it’s time to start over, but you don’t know how to let go of someone you love. How do you forget the past?
The truth is that you don’t forget. You shouldn’t forget! Living through a bad breakup, difficult divorce, or death is about healing and growing forward. Your heart will never be the same, but you can be happy and free.
You will heal…but you don’t have to suffer.
Letting go of someone you love isn’t about forgetting. It’s about loosening unhealthy attachments and painful memories. It’s about grieving and healing, allowing your natural strength and resilience to help you blossom into who you were created to be.
Letting go takes courage, hope, and strength. You may not have the faith or strength you need…but I do! My ebook – How to Let Go of Someone You Love – will help you pick up the pieces of your heart and move forward with peace and joy.
This ebook is a 70 page pdf file that can be read on all devices. It will be immediately emailed to you.
Money-back guarantee: if you don’t find it helpful, I will refund your money.
When you order your copy, you’ll get my email address. You can contact me directly.
How to Let Go of Someone You Love is filled with practical “how to” tips and heartwarming insights about life, love and loss. You’ll also find several stories from me and a few She Blossoms readers. Our experiences with love and loss will bring you comfort and companionship, hope and healing.
* In this ebook, you’ll find 25 “Blossom Tips.” Each tip highlights a different aspect of who you are — spirit, heart, soul, body, and brain. This holistic approach will help you heal and move forward in ways that work for you.
.You didn’t choose this season of your life,
but you don’t have to go through it alone.
I’m Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen — writer and creator of the She Blossoms blog and book family. My undergraduate degrees are in Psychology and Education from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. I also have a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of British Columbia.
My experiences with a schizophrenic mother, absent father, foster homes, family estrangement, attempted rape, infertility, and three years in Africa taught me that choosing to grow forward is essential — especially when you can’t go back!
My first traditionally published book is Growing Forward When You Can’t Go Back (Bethany House). I live and write in my favorite place in the world: a treehouse overlooking the waters of Indian Arm in Vancouver, BC, Canada.