New York, NY (PRWEB) April 29, 2009
Susan Elliott began the GPYP blog in 2006 as a way to keep in touch with a handful of students who had attended her motivational seminars. But right after only a brief time, the weblog grew in reputation and Elliott landed a book deal. The initial seminar based on the lately released book will be held in New York City on June 6th.
Elliott started teaching little classes of the Acquiring Past Your Past plan at the Understanding Annex in 2005 and began the weblog to keep in touch with students as they worked the plan at house. In December 2006 she penned a post known as "Acquiring Past Your Breakup" to assist a single student get via the holidays throughout a divorce. The rest, as they say, is background. Very first hundreds and then thousands started reading the weblog daily. Soon readers from all more than the world had been traveling to seminars and asking for a definitive resource that contained all the important elements of the plan. Following fielding quite a few requests for it, Elliott inked a deal with Da Capo Lifelong Books to bring the book to life.
As opposed to most self-assist books, Obtaining Past Your Breakup, like the weblog and the seminars, is geared toward everybody experiencing a breakup no matter whether male or female, gay or straight, old or young. "Grief is a universal emotion," explains Elliott, "And I do not believe there are sufficient books that recognize that and speak to absolutely everyone. Far as well many people really feel alone following a breakup which is when you want great support no matter who you are."
Elliott is constantly getting asked to tell her story which includes time in foster care, getting adopted into an alcoholic home and fleeing an abusive marriage with three modest children to becoming a content, effective person right now. The 1st chapter of the book includes a short version of her story due to the fact, as Elliott says, "I want my readers to know that if I can do it, they can do it." Acquiring Past Your Breakup lays out a clear roadmap for obtaining past a breakup, operating by way of the grief approach, and building a amazing life.
The June 6th seminar is a discussion of the book and how to optimize the lessons and exercises, a question and answer period and a book signing. Registration is limited and GPYP events usually sell out rapidly. Go to GPYP NYC Registration
Susan Elliott is available for media interviews and expert commentary.
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