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Mending A Broken Heart

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Ending a relationship has never been easy. The physical and emotional suffering of a breakup and the confused state that follows can become torturous. How can one start over and fall in love again after experiencing the pains of a hearth-break?

It is a devastating feeling when the precious love of your life leaves you. It is also nerve wrecking when you have to let go of a relationship, even if it is in your best interest. A breakup can be paralyzing, disappointing, and anger provoking. It stops you from trusting other relationships and leaves you scarred. It essentially breaks your heart.

Although breaking through the struggles of feeling rejected, abandoned or failed seem difficult, there is always a light at the end of the darkness. Feeling empowered to act in your best interest and building confidence in your ability to overcome challenges of a broken heart is the foundation of healing and transformation.

To attain a deeper understanding in processing a breakup and reaching transformational healing join Dr. Sadigh and his special guests, Dr. Dorit Miller, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Founder and Program Director of Antioch University International Counseling Center, and Rabbi Yedidia Shofet, B.A. in Talmudic Law, B.S. in Business and Management and educator at Nessah Cultural Center as they discuss the psychological, physiological, and spiritual aspects of a heart-break.

Learn how to re-claim your confidence assertively by crossing the bridge from despair to strength. This discussion reviews an upcoming seminar on May 9th, 2013, at Nessah Cultural Center that will further support you in handling a breakup and moving you beyond the limitations of a heart-break with relative ease.

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