What to do with a broken heart.

A few weeks ago I shared an article I wrote for Tiny Buddha called, “A broken heart is an open heart” and the response was incredible. (If you didn’t get a chance to read it, do it here.) People from all over the world wrote in to share they own experiences of heartbreak. They shared about their pain, the smothering shock, the tornado of tears and the lightness that arrives when we drop the blame and let ourselves explore through the storm. A broken heart certainly is an open heart and yet it can feel impossible to open to love when we’ve been stripped of it. How can we allow our heartbreak to be an opening into something deeper within ourselves? How do we find compassion and understanding when everything we know is being peeling away, leaving us raw and weary? What is the key to thriving, not just surviving, a broken heart?

These are the exact questions we’re going to discuss during our March Connection Call: How to Turn Your Broken Heart into an Open One on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 5:30pm PST / 8:30pm EST.

To join me for this much-needed conversation and learn how you too can stay open after feeling torn apart, sign up here.

I absolutely believe that being broken open is the only way to let the light in; the only way to provide fresh air and life to the parts of us that have unknowingly become sedentary and stale.

It is possible to have our broken hearts heal bigger and wider with a greater capacity for love than we ever thought possible. We just have to know how to do it.

Again, there are only 6 spots for this connection call so if you’d like to join us, sign up here.

All my love and thank you to everyone who shared their feelings about the article.

It warmed my broken open heart,

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P.S. Every time I need a reminder to stay open I play this song. Which is about every 4 days. Enjoy.

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