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Fuzzy and Suzy Manning

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Farhana Dhalla is the ultimate go to person for shifting your perspective. She is the visionary and leader of the enlightened divorce movement. With a remarkable ability to find the blessing in every situation, Farhana guides people to having a paradigm shift with their circumstance allowing them to unlock the gifts of their situation and open into the magnificent life that is waiting for them.

She’s a former trainer with Dale Carnegie having trained and developed thousands of people in the aspects of relationship, leadership and public speaking, a management consultant to Top Fortune 100 companies, an engaging speaker and mom of 3 children thought she was well equipped to deal with any unexpected changes. But all that confidence came to a crashing halt when on a particularly fated Valentine's Day, her marriage came to an abrupt end.

After licking her wounds, she decided to use that experience as her great teacher. She wrote a raw and revealing book about her experience navigating through the terrain of divorce; the de-tangling of what she thought was her life-long relationship, the parenting and co-parenting challenges and the journey of falling in love with herself. Her book, “Thank You For Leaving Me” became an International #1 Best Seller within hours and has been recommended by The Chopra Center, Lisa Nichols and Neale Donald Walsch. She will meet you where are and take you where you need to go. She is the ultimate 'go to' person for shifting perspectives. Her effervescent nature captures the crowd but she holds their rapt attention because of her gift of being able to distill big spiritual concepts into how we actually ‘BE’ day to day. Expect a shift. A paradigm shift. In fact, expect many.

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