Every single one of us is living with the aftershocks of heartbreak. Whether it’s the sting of not fitting in at school or the pain of witnessing our parents’ divorce, the end of our own marriage or the death of a loved one, to be human is to bear the wounds of all our losses and setbacks.
Heartbreak can manifest itself as depression, anxiety, self-sabotage, an inability to feel emotions, make connections, or live life on your own terms. Donna’s practical 9-step programme will empower you with the tools and support you need to gain clarity, identify what has hurt you, and learn how to release the pain, fear and anger keeping you trapped.
Donna will teach you how to care for yourself with love, give you the courage to really feel your feelings, step into your authentic self and move towards whole-hearted living.
This book is for anyone who is experiencing pain, heartbreak, sadness or overwhelming emotion, and can’t seem to get beyond it. All of us want to be able to live with more compassion, The Bridge will help us get there.
The Bridge book is published by Penguin Life
About the Author
Donna Lancaster has worked as a coach and therapist for more than 30 years. She was formerly, Head of Teaching for the Hoffman Process working with the Hoffman Institute UK and went on to co-create the renowned ‘The Bridge Retreat’, a six-day personal development experience.
Donna’s work was featured in the documentary called Love(d) which shares the stories of 12 people during The Bridge Retreat as they take the leap to overcome grief and loss in their lives. You can watch the documentary for free via loveddocumentary.com
Donna’s work has also been featured in The Telegraph, Psychologies, Evening Standard, Huffington Post, Balance, Conde Nast and Tatler.
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