It’s difficult to feel peace or passion when you are holding onto pain from your past. When you are so sick and tired of feeling hurt, anger, bitterness, it’s time to reach out for help from someone who really knows how to get through the pain and bring you to the other side.
My simple 4-step Living with Forgiveness Process blends 30 years of experience as a divorce attorney, mediator, coach and forgiveness teacher to put you solidly on the path to finding peace in YOUR life.
When the pain of your past follows you into the future, it is time to stop, reflect and make a choice. Do you continue to repeat the past hurts with obsessive thoughts, or forgive, allowing yourself to step into a future free from anger, resentment, bitterness, and guilt? The choice truly is yours.Lori Rubenstein
Forgiveness helps remove blocks that come from holding onto anger, hurt, frustration, guilt, and disappointment. This is deep work.
Forgiveness is the difference between struggling over, around or through the issues that can create near paralysis or simply having them dissolve before your eyes. And it is true that YOU have complete control over the process. It is a choice to practice forgiveness and it doesn’t depend on the participation of anyone else. Building your forgiveness muscle is imperative for healthy relationships.
My 4-step “Living with Forgiveness” process teaches you how:
Now, these 4 steps may sound simple, but the work is layered and deep-rooted.
I am honored to be your guide in this profound journey.
As we wrap up the last third of our lives, we want to know that we’ve lived a life free of regrets. It is never too late for personal growth, nor for saying yes to your dreams and goals. You’ll find meaningful conversations, tele-classes and podcasts, as well as the offer to plan your legacy… and we are not just talking about assets!
My life has been a lesson in learning to Transcend Divorce, and as an expert on divorce, I can help you navigate this difficult life transition. Are you looking for a way to resolve your divorce peacefully?