Because Ford is a highly effective workshop leader, she has a knack for breaking down spiritual matters into manageable bites. She is also willing to share the truth of her own painful divorce, allowing readers to see her initial pain and consuming resentments. Ford divides her book into seven laws, beginning with the "The Law of Acceptance," where readers are asked to imagine a benevolent divine order at play rather than taking a blaming stance. In the section titled "The Law of Responsibility," Ford encourages readers to gently begin the process of taking responsibility for their own darkest qualities. This is the thrust of Ford's highly respected shadow work--illuminating the dark side so we can stand in divine light. Each section ends with "Healing Action Steps," where Ford suggests specific exercises or meditations. For example, in the final chapter Ford asks readers to make a new "divorce vow" that is a lifelong commitment to one's highest self. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Poorly written by a twisted woman who is clearly a man-hater.
Chocked full of psycho-babble.
If you believe in mindless, spiritual make-believe, then this is the fairy... Read more
Spiritual, healing, full of advice and life stories. This book helped me to see divorce in a new light. Loved Neal Walsh words, they echoed with my soul. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Leticia Romano de Zaga
This was recommended by a dear friend and I have read it TWICE.Published 2 months ago by Phillip Archer
I recommend this book to anyone going through a divorce. It will help to transform a negative attitude to one of self-actualization and kindness.Published 5 months ago by J. Bourdase
Debbie Ford offers a transformational experience to those experiencing one of the most difficult times of their life. Read morePublished 5 months ago by calijambalaya
This book helped me through my tough time, and I highly recommend it. I consider it the best self help book that I've ever read. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mr Me
This book will not only help you get through a divorce, but will help with life in general. Just replace the word "divorce" with whatever may be the road block, problem... Read morePublished 7 months ago by TeriH