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Brokenhearted to Openhearted Summit

Dear RADiCALs

I was contacted recently by Jeannine Lee who asked if I would participate in a national Brokenhearted to Openhearted Summit that is set to air April 1st to April 21st.  This event will provide three full weeks of information to help you get your life back on track.

Of course I was interested because I’m always telling RADiCAL women that we can help you not just put your heart back together, but  eventually open it up again to life and laughter and yes, even love again.  This summit will provide specific information from 21 experts to help you do just that.

The Summit will highlight a different expert on each of the 21 days.  I am scheduled to broadcast on Tuesday, April 12th.  Join me and fellow specialists as we all share tips and tools in our particular area of expertise.

Each of us will be offering a free gift just for listening, so sign up and listen as often as you can during those days.  We will provide information and support for you as you rebuild your best life moving forward.

Sign up today at  https://beyonddivorce.com/brokenhearted-to-openhearted-summit/  and take advantage of the valuable information and free gifts!  Tell any of your friends going through divorce about the Summit as well.

In the meantime, keep checking on the www.midlifedivorcerecovery.com site for updates.

Radically,
Suzy Brown


www.midlifedivorcerecovery.com

suzy@midlifedivorcerecovery.com

By |April 1st, 2016|Today's Blog|1 Comment

About the Author:

Suzy developed Midlife Divorce Recovery as a safe refuge for people healing and surviving the overwhelm of divorce. Starting her first RADiCAL support group in 2003 she's been helping women navigate the journey of divorce ever since.

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  1. Elizabeth Richardson May 18, 2016 at 9:05 pm - Reply

    I cheated on my husband 7yrs ago and moved out 7months ago and left my three boys with my husband. I now live with my mom in a 55 and up community making living arrangements difficult for my children. I have soo much guilt for my mistakes including moving out. I have soo many regrets and seem to have trouble moving on and forgiving myself. I need to rebuild my confidence and self esteem as I once was and try to keep my relationship with my children as best I can. I feel soo alone and empty inside. I welcome any advice to help me to think more positive and to get support through this.

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