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Releasing a Person: Fast Recovery from Heartbreak, a Breakup or Divorce (Love Attraction #1) (Love Attraction Series) Kindle Edition by Kathryn Alice (Author)
Releasing a Person: Fast Recovery from Heartbreak, a Breakup or Divorce (Love Attraction #1) (Love Attraction Series) Kindle Edition by Kathryn Alice  (Author)

Releasing a Person: Fast Recovery from Heartbreak, a Breakup or Divorce (Love Attraction #1) (Love Attraction Series) Kindle Edition by Kathryn Alice (Author)

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Releasing a Person was first a workshop and then a bestselling CD that popular love guru Kathryn Alice created to help those suffering with the deepest attachment we face: that to another person. It has produced MIRACLES for those have used it.

For the first time, this material is being made available in book format. It will help you:

• Relieve the pain of a break-up or divorce

• Heal from heartbreak

• Dissolve a pesky attachment that is putting your life on hold

• Possibly work it out with the person you’re releasing (Kathryn calls this “The Phenomenon” in the book)

• Free yourself for the REAL love that awaits you beyond tie

• Get beyond a “crazy love” situation that is making you miserable

Kathryn Alice, author of the Amazon bestselling book Love Will Find You, has helped tens of thousands go beyond heartbreak to find the love of their lives. She has taught in over 50 cities internationally, and her worked has been featured in Psychology Today, USA Today, The Associated Press, The New York Times, Parade Magazine, Body+Soul Magazine and many other media.

After a painful divorce, Kathryn found happiness with her husband of over a decade, Jon, and they have four boys.

3 Comments

somebody kill me

So funny ....

Useless for me as I'm long since over her, but my ex could probably do with a copy since she's so bitter she won't even respond to my emails. Left behind a load of clothes, books and the scent of her perfume is still on her pillow, and she calls that 'moving out'? Hahaa, it's hilarious which is why I laugh about it, like I did just then.

And if you think I'm bothered; Would someone who still cares have gathered up every romantic post-it note she ever wrote while we were together, then burned them all in a big bucket, without shedding a single tear? Because I guarantee I'll be doing that any day now.
Edited by: "Stimpington" 12th Jul
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