Spiritual Divorce: Divorce As A Catalyst For An Extraordinary Life by Debbie FordSpiritual Divorce: Divorce As A Catalyst For An Extraordinary Life by Debbie Ford

Spiritual Divorce: Divorce As A Catalyst For An Extraordinary Life

byDebbie Ford

Paperback | October 24, 2006

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Could the end of your marriage be the first step toward reclaiming your personal power and joyfully living the life of your dreams? If the answer is yes, this book is for you.

Divorce rocks the very foundation of our beings, leaving us feeling lonely, flawed, enraged, undesirable, hopeless, and empty. In Spiritual Divorce, New York Times bestselling author Debbie Ford reveals how this devastation can be transformed into a profoundly enlightening experience. This empowering guide shows how the collapse of a marriage is, at root, a spiritual wake-up call, an opportunity to liberate ourselves and reclaim our lives. The end of a relationship&#8212no matter who ends it&#8212is a damaging moment. Ford offers a clear program for turning ruin into renewal.

Debbie Ford is the national bestselling author ofThe Dark Side of the Light Chasers,The Secret of the Shadow,Spiritual Divorce,The Right Questions,The Best Year of Your Life,Why Good People Do Bad Things, andThe 21-Day Consciousness Cleanse, and a coauthor ofThe Shadow Effect. Ford conducts workshops and trainings around the world supp...
Title:Spiritual Divorce: Divorce As A Catalyst For An Extraordinary LifeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.5 inPublished:October 24, 2006Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061227129

ISBN - 13:9780061227127

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"(Ford's) voice is positive, encouraging, understanding, loving toward self and others, and deeply personal, making this a better book than her first one." (Publishers Weekly)