My Mother is Dead and I Couldn't Be Happier is a timely twist on Mother's Day moments and delves deeply into healing mother-daughter relationships.
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Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 09, 2012
My Mother is Dead and I Couldn't Be Happier is a timely twist on Mother's Day moments and delves deeply into healing mother-daughter relationships. Diane Easley has served successful Seattle women for over 25 years and is launching this expanded relationship transformation series.
Many people have a relationship with their mother that is not the stuff of Hallmark cards. For these people, Mother’s Day can prove to be a very difficult time. Diane Easley’s 'My Mother is Dead and I Couldn’t Be Happier' workshop and ongoing series launch is a direct service to those who feel estranged in, and would like to positively shift, the mother-daughter relationship.
Diane spent the better part of her life doing the hard work of learning to heal her own wounds regarding a very difficult, even toxic relationship with her mother. In the end, her mother died in September of 2011 and Diane was fully able to stand and say “My Mother is Dead and I Couldn’t Be Happier” and mean it from the depth of her body and soul. By taking the time to dissect their relationship and acknowledging all of the hard truths, Diane was able to heal their relationship, face her mother’s death and emerge healthy, happy and whole on the other side.
In honor of the season, Diane will be sharing her five essential transformational tips and successful strategies to help people navigate the holiday and feel great moving forward.
If you would like more information about this important topic, please contact Diane Easley at 206-718-0900 or e-mail Diane at diane(at)dianeeasley(dot)com
About Diane Easley
Diane Easley is a Life Transformation Specialist and Executive Coach specializing in inspired growth through practical real-world guidance. Diane is a thought leader in personal growth and relationship transformation. Her classes are available online as well as in person throughout the Puget Sound.