Eastern philosophy teaches us that change is inevitable, and yet suffering is not. In her insightful new book, Closure, Lissa Coffey shows us how to learn and grow as we move through the evolution of our relationships.
– Deepak Chopra, Author of The Ultimate Happiness Prescription
Closure is the essential guide for anyone who is looking to increase their sense of peace, joy and fulfillment. Follow Lissa¹s wisdom and experience a total sense of enlightenment.
– Peggy McColl New York Times Best-Selling Author of Your Destiny Switch
What is, is; your relationship is over. Now Lissa guides you through the difficult process of accepting the things you cannot change, minimizing the pain, and moving on. You’ll feel better, and you’ll grow as you learn. I will be giving this book to many of my hypnotherapy clients.
– Dick Sutphen, Author of Soul Agreements
I loved it! As so often is the case, books that are supposed to lead us back to ourselves can be dense and complicated. Lissa’s book allows the reader to understand the insight and wisdom it takes to come back to the joy. Her words reflect how much she truly cares about the healing of humanity. Brava!
– Catherine Hickland Actress, Author of The 30 Day Heartbreak Cure
Who among us hasn’t been devastated by the loss of a relationship‹whether through separation, divorce, or death? Most of the time, we can’t see beyond the present moment and mistakenly believe that life could never be as good without that other person in our daily lives. By the end of the journey through Lissa Coffey’s book, Closure, we come to realize that we will be better for having loved, and life will be even sweeter when we start to live it again!
– Shaun Robinson TV Host, Author of Exactly As I Am
There can be no doubt that Lissa Coffey knows from whence she speaks when it comes to relationships. She understands that every relationship, regardless of how good or bad it is, shall have an ending as surely as it had a beginning. Lissa shows us how to open the portal of closure and gently guides us through the opening. The result is nothing less than the peace that passes all understanding. Lissa demonstrates how closure allows us to step into the present moment where new life awaits us with open arms. That is the blessing to be found in this book.
– Dennis Merritt Jones, Author of The Art of Being: 101 Ways to Practice Purpose In Your Life
Lissa is so right about her perspective to relationships. Each person with whom we bond has come into our life for a purpose. They are either a teacher to us or we are a teacher to them. When we focus on the lessons that person’s interactions have taught us, then the transition of the relationship, including the ending of it, has great insight for us. All relationships are temporary, so when we embrace that closure is a transition it is easier to move through.
– Dating Goddess Author of the Adventures in Delicious Dating After 40 series