SEWICKLEY, Pa., March 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- For years, personal and life coach Debbie Heneghan has been guiding the grieving through compelling journeys of empowerment and spiritual growth. As the founder of Closer Than You Think, LLC (http://www.closerthanyouthinkthebook.com), Heneghan has become a nationally recognized expert in grief management and helping others understand how to live a more spirituality fulfilled life. Specifically she teaches techniques that empower others to embrace each experience in life, and to turn the pain felt from each situation into positive, healing energy to continue forward.
Heneghan's appearance (which will air May 31) on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television discussed her just-released Audio CD book, "Turn Your Pain Into Peace" (http://www.closerthanyouthinkthebook.com/interactive_cd.html). Over time, Heneghan has learned that there are basic, core fundamentals for managing the loss of a loved one, and even more importantly for working through "any" life-challenging situation. That's why Heneghan is striving to help both the bereaved and those struggling with other difficult experiences through her new Audio CD book.
"Part of my goal is to empower people with the know-how to embrace each experience, to look beneath the surface of darkness, and to recognize that there are indeed blessings and gifts as one journeys through the healing process, no matter what the experience is," Heneghan says. "My new audio CD gives people support and encouragement through exercises and proven pointers. Included with the audio package is a handy pocket guide containing tips for each of the '10 Core Fundamentals.' This guide is designed with convenience in mind so that people can carry it with them as they work to move through difficult experiences, and bring more love, joy and peace into their lives." The guide is currently being offered as a free download, for a limited time only, on the Closer Than You Think, LLC website.
"We can't control death, but we can turn around this deeply personal challenge so it's possible to understand it, eventually, as a gift. This perspective of viewing life's challenges as a blessing (in disguise), rather than a permanent hardship and source of pain, is pivotal in the healing journey, no matter what struggle you're confronting. It takes time and the first step is to process all emotions that surface. As you let out your feelings, you are actually shifting that energy so that you can move forward when you are good and ready," explains Heneghan.
You can hear a two-minute excerpt from Heneghan's audio CD book at http://www.closerthanyouthinkthebook.com/interactive_cd.html. To purchase one of two audio CD book formats, a single computer-friendly CD or the three-CD audio set for either a CD or DVD player, visit the Closer Than You Think eStore (http://www.closerthanyouthinkthebook.com/estore.html).
Visit Heneghan's blog at http://www.closerthanyouthinkthebook.com/blog.html. Fans can also tune into Heneghan weekly via a nationally syndicated radio show on Spirit Quest Radio (http://www.SQR.FM) on Wednesdays (10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT).
About Closer Than You Think
Founded by Debbie Heneghan in 2009, Closer Than You Think is a national resource for after-death communications, grief management and learning how to live a more spiritually fulfilled life, all offered through personal and life coaching, teleseminars, radio and more. Closer Than You Think is all about transforming grief, seeing death from a new perspective, and realizing the inspiration and beauty from your own spiritual connections with your loved ones on the other side.
Founder, Closer Than You Think, LLC
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