Nelson Mandela, Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King, Maya Angelou, Gandhi, Mala Yousafzai . These are the people we look up to everyday, who inspire us & challenge us by the changes they have made & continue to make in this world . So what makes us admire them? The challenges and obstacles they’ve faced throughout their lives as they struggled to make a difference in this world were not always easy. They all have one fundamental thing in common—-Forgiveness.
I’m Di Riseborough, a transformational speaker, Intuitive life Strategist, featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network, and author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller Forgiveness: How to let go when it still hurts. Click Here
Through my work, I have helped thousands of people use the “F-word” more effectively in their lives, learn to face unresolved fears and discover how to forgive themselves and others.
You know those feelings you experience when you’re hurt, lied to, mocked, or betrayed by someone in your life? I have been there. Maybe you mask those feelings the way I used to, finding ways not to deal with them. Unresolved, they always seem to come to the surface later, when you snap at your child or have an adult tantrum.
When people told me to ‘just let it go’ when my grandmother was brutally murdered, I thought to myself, “You’ve got to be kidding me.” I wanted them to stop just tellingme to let go and forgive.I needed to know HOW.
After years of personal struggle with learning how to forgive, I’ve written a life-changing, practical book to guide you through the stages of forgiveness step-by-step, and allow you to explore the pathway to peace and healing.”
Forgiving someone who has hurt you is often difficult, especially in painful or challenging situations. Although everyone is familiar with the concept of forgiveness –the act of no longer feeling anger or resentment toward someone –it can be extremely difficult to internalize and understand, let alone practice. We really don’t know how to grapple with forgiveness — we’ve never been taught. Maybe you can’t find it in your heart to forgive someone who has deeply hurt you. Or maybe you’re trying to forgive but as soon as a bad memory arises, the resentment and hurt comes rushing back and forgiveness flies out the window.
I know you want to live a life with more personal happiness, better relationships, and greater physical health. You want to experience more peace and acceptance, but maybe you’re not quite sure how to get there.
Forgiveness is a journey of HOPE. My personal experience is a testament of this. Being able to hold my grandmother’s killer in my arms and feel love and compassion for him after struggling for so many years with bitterness, anger, sadness and guilt was the ultimate freedom. The greatest gift that my grandmother left me was the courage to Forgive. Today, I offer you that same gift in my book: “Forgiveness: How to let go when it still hurts.”
Forgiveness has the power to change our world for the better, but it has to begin with you. Imagine the ripple effect. To really achieve forgiveness in your life, you have to be willing to dig deep and heal the wounds that “unforgiveness” keeps alive. I have been there and I have the solution you’ve been searching for.
This thorough, practical book gently leads you on a journey. Through healing self-blame, denial, anger, resentment and guilt, you’ll finally be able to find peace, compassion and — ultimately — love.
Do you want to let go of old hurts from the past, move forward, and find more happiness in your life? Are you or someone you know suffering from the bitterness, anxiety and depression caused by unresolved pain and the inability to forgive? Take the first step and buy this book today. Invest in yourself and buy it now. There is peace after Pain.