If you have to go through divorce or a relationship breakup you should learn everything you can from it. It’s an opportunity to be a new person and create a new beginning from disaster.
Victoria, British Columbia (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
Jacque Small, has just released her memoir, titled “Divine Divorce, How To Make A Great Adventure Out Of The Worst Disaster Of Your Life,” stating that “divorcing your partner is optional, divorcing your emotional baggage is not.”
The book is intended for everyone having relationship challenges, going through a breakup, couples entering into divorce and those struggling to recover emotionally from divorce. Small says that “it is our emotional baggage that is fighting in our relationships. Remove the emotional baggage and then see if the relationship can work.”
Small used the “Emotional Hot Button Removal Techniques” extensively as she battled back from the emotional devastation she felt when her partner, Milo, announced, “I want to leave, I have found someone else.”
Small was bombarded with fear, anxiety, anger and grief as she faced losing everything she had worked for. Her home, the flower gardens she had lovingly built over an 18 year relationship were being torn away. Milo, her best friend, and all the camping and skiing adventures they went on, would be no more. It broke her heart.
The “Emotional Hot Button Removal Techniques” became her divorce counselor. She used the Techniques to resolve her emotional trauma. A miracle occurred, within a few months, her heartbreak dissolved and turned into understanding. Her fear of loneliness turned into confidence and her anger turned into forgiveness.
Small healed more than the trauma of divorce, she healed her childhood emotional conditioning. She discovered that she had been sexually abused when she was three years old and then sexually taken advantage of by an older man when she was fourteen.
These events caused her to build an impenetrable security wall protecting herself from being hurt. Yet on the inside she was soft and vulnerable like a marshmallow. Colleagues described her as being “driven” and other’s kept their distance lest they get caught on her sharp edges. Yet she always felt left out and not good enough.
All that changed for her and others that have used the “Emotional Hot Button Removal Techniques” to change what has not been working in their lives. Small and her clients have embarked on the great adventure of living their ideal lives.
Small states that “if you have to go through divorce or a relationship breakup you should learn everything you can from it. It’s an opportunity to be a new person and create a new beginning from disaster.”
The “Emotional Hot Button Removal Techniques” will revolutionize divorce counseling, turning it from an intervention to survive divorce into a launching pad for real fulfillment and happiness in a very short time. People learn a skill they can use for the rest of their life.
“Divine Divorce, How To Make A Great Adventure Out Of The Worst Disaster Of Your Life,” by Jacque Small will be available on March 21, 2014 in paperback and Kindle on Amazon.com and as an e-book at other major e-book distributors.
About Jacque Small
Jacque Small is a business and personal coach, seminar leader and author providing leadership and management coaching in the corporate and small business worlds since 2000 through her company Catalyst Business Coaching and relationship coaching through Your Divine Divorce.
Small moved from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to Progreso, Yucatan, Mexico where she has developed the Abrazarse Life Retreat Center. Abrazarse means “embrace” in Spanish and this is exactly what she helps people do, embrace their ideal life.
Small received her Master’s Degree in Economics from Simon Fraser University and holds a Chartered Financial Analyst’s professional designation. She left the world of finance to embark upon a journey to find happiness. After ten years she has finally found peace and happiness. Her mission is to substantially shorten this learning curve for others.
Small can be contacted at http://www.yourdivinedivorce.com