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Debbie Ford

Debbie Ford is the #1 New York Times best-selling author of six books, including Spiritual Divorce, The Dark Side of the Light Chasers, and the forthcoming release, Why Good People Do Bad Things: How to Stop Being Your Own Worst Enemy. She is the creator of the renowned Shadow Process Workshop, where people come to heal their loneliness, unleash their passion, and stand in their power. Debbie is also the founder of the Ford Institute for Integrative Coaching at JFK University, offering training courses in the life-changing Integrative Coaching methods – including Spiritual Divorce Coaching. Taught in a teleclass format that attracts individuals from around the world, these are the programs at the evolutionary edge of the life-coaching field. Visit where you have access to audio prayers, meditations, affirmations, and other tools for healing your heart and living an extraordinary life.

Debbie Ford

Most Recent Articles

Finding Forgiveness

Tuesday, 27 November 2007 06:11
The pain of separation or divorce is often so intense that it radically alters our ability to see the whole picture. So much good gets lost. So many blessings disappear. So much wisdom goes to waste. Even when we think we are the one who can see…

Creating a New Future

Tuesday, 27 November 2007 06:12
Even in the midst of the most difficult moments of divorce, there exists the potential for letting in the little rays of light that can begin to illuminate a much brighter future. Once you’ve had the experience of being blessed by your divorce,…

Releasing Anger

Tuesday, 27 November 2007 06:07
Anger is at the root of our self-sabotaging behaviors and often it comes wearing many disguises. It’s our anger we’re hiding when we work too much or deprive ourselves of rest, love, success or self-care. Our anger manifests itself in our bodies …

Conquering Loneliness

Tuesday, 27 November 2007 06:04
Our separation from our mate exposes the emptiness within us. Most of us thought that marriage would make us whole. And now, in the breakdown of our union, we are left feeling incomplete, lost, alone, flawed, and confused. We believe that our tears…

Divorce as Change

Tuesday, 27 November 2007 05:00
Life presents us with many opportunities to awaken to our divine nature, the highest expression of ourselves. Some people call these opportunities spiritual wake-up calls. Most of the time they appear during times of great distress. Divorce is…