The experience of grief and rebuilding after a breakup is universal. Learning to navigate the landscape is very important to heal quickly and move on.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 28, 2012
Getting Past Your Breakup Productions LLC is proud to announce the return of its popular seminar for people trying to get past a breakup and friends and family who are supporting someone getting past a breakup.
The seminar, like the book, Getting Past Your Breakup: How To Turn A Devastating Loss Into The Best Thing That Ever Happened To You (Da Capo 2009) is for everyone grieving the loss of a love. It is for men, women, gay, straight, old, young, coming out of a long-term marriage or a 3-week relationship.
The seminar is led by Susan J. Elliott, J.D., M.Ed who has been teaching the seminars for the past six years. She also coaches clients through a breakup and thinks its so important to reach out to everyone and let everyone know that healing is possible. “I have clients of every socio-economic group, ethnic backgrounds, men, women, gay and straight. I wrote the book to address the universal feeling of loss and grief after a major breakup and its inclusive of everyone.” Elliott says attendance at her events are typically 30 percent men. For the open seminars, Elliott encourages attendees to bring their family and friends so that they can understand the process of grieving and working through a relationship. She also facilitates a small, women-only intensive seminar once a year.
GPYB is the top selling divorce book on Amazon and has enjoyed outstanding media and customer reviews. The book’s success surprised no one except her. “It has done remarkably well and there is an audio version coming out in April. I think the reason for its success is that it really guides the reader through the pain and heartache to rebuilding and triumph.”
The seminar will be held at the Andaz Hotel, a luxury hotel in the Financial District. GPYB events sell out quickly and she encourages people to bring friends along so they can understand the grief process and how to be a support. There are discounts for multiple registrations.
The book has over 100 5-star reviews on Amazon and Barnes and Noble and, like the book, the seminar has received 5-star reviews from all of its attendees. Ms. Elliott is available for personal coaching for those seeking support and guidance through a difficult breakup.
For more information on the seminar: http://www.gettingpastyourbreakup.com/gettingpastyourpast/gpyb-weekend-seminar-may-2012/
For personal coaching: http://www.gpybcoaching.com