Learn why releasing the pain of hurt is so difficult and how to let go and live again.
Course Type – Self-Paced
Summary: Learn why releasing the pain of hurt is so difficult and how to let go and live again.
Course Structure: This premium course is being offered online as a stand-alone Self-Directed personal development program. Participants will need to login to the course site to access the course materials.
Course Overview: Everyone has been hurt in relationships. Few people are able to let that pain go so they can move on with their lives without the past impacting their current joy. People have a tendency to get caught up in their anger and pain after they've been hurt. There are mental, emotional, and physical reasons why it is difficult to release this pain. One area that can make it difficult to release the past is the misunderstanding of what forgiveness is. People often think forgiveness absolves the other person of anything that happened. You’ll discover that this is incorrect. Strategies and exercises to release the past range from recognizing your personal power, nurturing yourself, changing your thoughts, and discovering how to manage your feelings.
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Are there requirements or prerequisites for this course?
There are no prerequisites for this course. It’s open to anyone who desires to know more about how to release the hurt and pain of the past. Your success in this course depends on your ability to put the information into action. The information is simple and easy to follow, but without implementation into your life, it's ineffective. You must be willing to do the exercises and implement the strategies in your life.
What benefits will I receive from this course?
Is there a particular audience this course is geared toward?
This course is geared toward those who are tired of hurting from broken relationships, disappointments, and loss and are ready to be free of the hurt so they can begin to live again.
Isn’t it time to live the happy life you know you deserve?
To enjoy the freedom of living freely again?
Well, you can. The choice is yours.
I look forward to seeing you in the course.
There isn't a person in the world who hasn't been hurt by someone. Releasing the pain from these wounds is difficult for many, if not most. In this module, you'll learn how releasing the pain from the past is more complicated than just "getting over it." There are emotional, physical, and mental reasons why letting go of the past is so difficult.
The number and type of hurts you've suffered in the past, combined with your thoughts and beliefs, can make it difficult to release the past. When you add the biochemical response of your body, it's a wonder anyone can forgive another. In this module, you'll learn that your view of forgiveness can add to the difficulty of putting the past behind you. In this short module, you'll explore what forgiveness is and what forgiveness isn't. This knowledge will assist you in letting go of the hurt and moving forward with your life in joy.
You now know why it's difficult to release or forgive the past. You also know why forgiveness is so very important for you. The question you are left with is, "If forgiving is difficult and good for me, how do I let all the pain go?" In this module, you'll be introduced to a number of activities and techniques to assist you in forgiving and releasing the past. Some will appeal to you and others won't. Choose the two or three which you can relate to and use them to achieve peace. Know this about you: You can do this!!!
Victoria Parham (VP) is a woman of compassion, vision, faith, and purpose, she believes in meeting people where they are in their lives and offers a no-nonsense approach in her message, training, and coaching style.
Outspoken, wise, direct, thoughtful, and sometimes provocative, her message is always with love and respect. Victoria knows from her own experiences that we all have the power within us to make decisions and choices that can lead to living an authentic life that is enriching, filled with purpose, personal satisfaction, on-going growth, joy, and gratitude. Victoria believes that when we discover who we truly are, only then can we become our most authentic selves.
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