Barbara J. Hunt, the best-selling author of Forgiveness Made Easy: The revolutionary guide to moving on from your past and truly letting go joins eHealth Radio and the Emotional Health & General Health Channels.
Barbara is a forgiveness specialist, working internationally with clients 1-2-1 as well as a therapist at Vital Detox Retreats - the UK's leading physical and emotional detox retreat.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Barbara J. Hunt discuss the following:
- Why is forgiveness so good for our over-all health?
- Why do we find it so hard to forgive?
- What are the five biggest obstacles to forgiveness?
- How might forgiveness transform your listeners' experience of the holiday season?
- Why do you call forgiveness a latent "superpower"? What's the potential that you see?
Tip: Make forgiveness part of your weekly mental health / spiritual health practices - start by writing down a list of everyone and everything you need to forgive and then do your work!
Barbara J. Hunt is an author, facilitator, coach, and forgiveness specialist. She has many years' experience in transformational change and leadership training. Her private practice serves individuals and groups nationally and internationally, both on-line and in person. She is also one of the core team of therapists at Vital Detox, a deliberately developmental organisation and the UK's leading health retreat specialising in emotional and physical well-being.
Barbara is also a co-founder of Leading Beyond Ego - an evolutionary leadership programme offered on-line and in person. She is passionate about discovering and delivering the most effective tools and practices for conscious living, working and relating and is an advocate for global peace.
Barbara is also a singer, songwriter and musician, who has released several CD albums and single tracks and has gigged throughout the UK. She currently lives in the south west of England, UK.
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