ISBN: 978-1-936332-85-4
ePub: 978-1-936332-86-1
6 x 9, 220 pages; $19.95
BISACS:FAM015000; OCC011000; SEL031000

Special Features
  • International Best Seller!
  • Foreign Translation:
    - Chinese

Finding Divinity and Healing in Divorce

FOREWORD by Neale Donald Walsch


The end of any relationship, especially divorce, can leave us bereft, feeling unmoored, empty. Speaking to that part of our hearts that knows you must find your way to a new and different place, this compassionate book of words of wisdom helps grow this glimmering knowledge—and offers hope and healing for turning this painful time into one of renewal and rediscovery. This book is balm for your wounded heart, and can help you turn your fragility to endurable coping, and will you rediscover your inner strengths. Best of all, this book will help you realize the transformative power inherent in this transition.


International best seller, Farhana Dhalla holds a Business Administration / Marketing degree from SAIT in Calgary Alberta, Canada. She began her career in the corporate world designing leader training programs for Top 100 Companies, and then worked as an Instructor for Dale Carnegie Training. She is a member of eWomen Network, an international organization for professional women, and a founding member of the Evolutionary Business Council. She is a popular guest on radio and television talk shows, and speaks to audience around the world. Farhana is the mother of 3 children.


“Amazingly open and authentic... of tremendous value for legions of men and women ending long-standing relationships.” —David Simon, MD, Co-Founder of The Chopra Center and author of Free to Love, Free to Heal

“This book teaches perseverance, resiliency and forgiveness—and how to turn a breakdown into a breakthrough.” —Lisa Nichols, Star of The Secret and Author of No Matter What

“Well written with a juiciness you will want to devour, and delivering powerful life lessons from one who has lived them, Farhana will take you on a journey to discover the complex emotions that one experi­ences during a break up. Insights like this become a source of instant healing.” —Jennifer McLean, Host of Healing with the Masters

“This strikingly authentic and enlightening memoir guides us to the real freedom that awaits us—when we have the courage to let go of what doesn’t work in our lives.” —Chris Cade, creator of Liberate Your Life

“I have not laughed and cried so much over a single book since read­ing Eat, Pray, Love. This book is straight from the heart!” —Teresa de Grosbois, Founder of the Evolutionary Business Council

“As a family lawyer for almost 30 years, I’ve witnessed countless ex­amples of the pain and suffering when relationships end. In this very special book, the author captures the experience of divorce and turns it inside out, showing us another path: the ending of a relationship can also be transformed into a time of hope and an opportunity for a new beginning..” —Thurman W. Arnold, CFLS,

“Farhana Dhalla shows us how to move from grief and despair to greater self-awareness and renewal.” —Azim Jamal, #1 Amazon bestselling co-author, The Power of Giving

“In this very powerful book Farhana Dhalla shares how to give our­selves permission to move beyond the sense of overwhelm and to a greater sense of personal power.” —Rosalind Sedacca, CCT, Author of How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce?

“This book will awaken the wisdom of your heart and serve as a guide as you walk through the ending of a relationship and into the arms of hope and renewal.” —Fran Hewitt, author of the Ego and the Spirit