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You Can Heal Your Heart: Finding Peace After a Breakup, Divorce, or Death by [Hay, Louise L., Kessler, David]
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You Can Heal Your Heart offers invaluable insights into the pain we hold on to and offers comfort and hope to the lovelorn. (The Daily Express)

About the Author

Louise L. Hay, the author of the international bestseller You Can Heal Your Life, is a metaphysical lecturer and teacher with more than 50 million books sold worldwide. www.LouiseHay.com

David Kessler, one of the most well-known experts and lecturers on grief and loss, is the co-author of the bestsellers On Grief and Grieving and Life Lessons with the legendary Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. He is also the founder of www.Grief.com.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1571 KB
  • Print Length: 219 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House, Inc. (4 Feb. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F8KX75W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #92,358 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book came my way providentially. My heart needed a lot of healing and letting go of old wounds.
So as Louise Hay and David Kessler would put it in the form of affirmation, all people and all situations are delivering me towards my higher good.
An easy book to read, chapters divided into short sections, gentle in its words, respectful of the matter being discussed but firm in showing the path to self-empowerment and healing.
This book deals with all that has to do with losses that clog our hearts leaving it blocked and shrivelled for years causing prolonged sadness, anger and a complete disappointment in life. An ever bleeding wound that will not let us live our life to its completeness.
It is only through thoroughly honouring our losses, live in and move through the grievance that we can slowly change our usually biased perception of what has happened. Repeated affirmations will slowly dissolve away our negative thoughts. Healing will bring us to a place where we can safely let go of pain and sorrow leaving us free to hold our love as a beacon to all that, who and what we loved and cherished in this lifetime.
The book makes no distinction between mayor or minor loss. The heart does not make that difference. Besides the classical losses of death, divorce and broken relationships of all kinds, the book dedicates a whole section on disenfranchised grief, that is that grief for which people do not feel they have a socially recognized right to grieve such as, LGBT relationships, loss of pets (a whole chapter is dedicated), abortion or miscarriages, suicide, drug/disease related deaths, loss of jobs or a kind of life that can never be again like it was before, such as cancer patients.
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A self help book that's basically a series of case histories followed by positive affirmations that, if meditated upon and repeated often enough, will help change the negative thought processes surrounding grief and turn the experience into something positive.

That's the theory.

There are 7 key categories;

Changing Our Thoughts about Loss
Breakups and Breakthroughs in Relationships
Doing Divorce Differently
The Death of a Loved One
Honoring Pet Loss
Other Loves, Other Losses
You Can Heal Your Heart

The book promises enlightenment and offers to reveal a method of transcending the cycle of grief that will move you on and prevent you becoming stuck in the grieving process. The method here is so incredibly simple; positive reinforcement (repeating the same phrases often enough until you eventually begin to believe them) is all you need to heal yourself when someone/something you love has gone. It's not enough.

It's so hard to review this slightly odd blend of super sugary/humanist/spiritual teaching. I'm less than convinced anyone can achieve this 'complete' healing process with absolutely no practical guide on how to get there.

Much of the content is purely common sense, we all understand the concept of positive thinking, and the case histories are sickly sweet and offer impractical solutions; emailing everyone in the community to let them know your dog has died is such a lovely thing if you live in a tiny village. For those living in the centre of London, or any other huge City, it's fantasy.

This is purely 'New Age' teaching.
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By Kat Man Do TOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 Jun. 2014
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Kuhbler-Ross is legendary in the field of loss and grief. David Kessler worked with her and lends his expertise and gravitas in this field to complement Louise Hay's life affirmation approach to surviving the end of a relationship and becoming at peace with yourself - the type of relationship that's ended is really immaterial, it could be anything that involves loss not just those included in the title. At times the book feels a little simplistic but it isn't, it's just been written in a very accessible way to help people see that there is hope, and that sometimes how and what we are thinking at times of grief can magnify the suffering and the pain we feel and recognising that is the first stage in moving forward and healing. How we then tackle those thoughts and feelings therefore becomes important. Kessler & Hay tackle the subject of 'disenfranchised grief' where people feel that society believes they have no right to grieve amongst a raft of other subjects of loss. Anyone who is going through loss, has been through a loss or expects to go through a loss would benefit from reading this book.
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By elsie purdon TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Aug. 2014
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I am conflicted on this book. On the one hand it is a basically a book of sweet words and affirmations. A belief in the goodness of the Universe and that believing in the goodness of the universe will help good things to happen.
There is nothing wrong with seeing things from a more positive view, even the worst most painful grief. Except, I cannot imagine ever suggesting this book to a person who has to cope with losing a child. I think that kind of deep and worst possible pain has been glibly sidestepped in this book and for that reason I doubt it's viability.
On the other hand, there are other losses that we can all get caught up in where a good attitude and willingness to let go is definitely a more healthy way to go.
I do find myself cringing a bit with Louise Hays utter belief in the benefits of affirmations all together, but many people have found her books to help.
So I am going with three stars.
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