Former divorce attorney Bill Ferguson knows a lot about broken relationships.
He built a career around them before turning the tables and figuring out what makes broken relationshipsÂ heal.
In his earlier books, he provided simple but powerful tips on healing broken relationshipsÂ and keeping love alive. For example, when you are being right, you are making the other person wrong and destroying love, but when you have love, it doesnâ€™t matter who is right.
Now his compelling message about love and power continues in his newest book, Get Your Power Back.
When parts of our life are troubled or torn by conflict, it’s not those situations that are causing the problem, Ferguson explains. These areas of life are just a symptom of something deeper.
â€śThe real problem is an underlying condition of resisting or hanging on,â€ť he continues.
â€śThis condition makes us defensive. It destroys love and takes away our power. It creates a state of fear, upset and tunnel vision. It destroys our ability to find solutions and it forces us to act in a way that actually magnifies the problem.â€ť
Broken relationshipsÂ and every area of life that doesnâ€™t work can be traced to this underlying condition.Â
â€śFortunately, this condition can be found and removed. The moment this happens, you restore your ability to see clearly. Solutions appear and this area of life begins to clear up.â€ť
Get Your Power Back is a profound, yet clear, easy-to-understand book that shows step-by-step how to find and remove the destructive, underlying conditions that destroy love and sabotage our lives. The result is more love, more peace and a much more enjoyable, productive life.
Bill Ferguson started his career as a divorce attorney and soon gained national attention for his ability to take the conflict out of divorce. A remarkable fifteen percent of his clients never divorced, and the ones who did were able to part as friends.Â
He showed his clients how to end conflict, heal broken relationshipsÂ and restore love, not necessarily as husband and wife, but as one human being to another.
In 1985, he closed his law practice and devoted his life to showing people how to heal broken relationships, resolve problem areas, and lead happier, more rewarding lives.
He has since been featured on Oprah and recommended by both The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. His approach to life has been called â€śThe penicillin of psychology.â€ť
His book, How To Heal A Painful Relationship, has become a national best seller. He is also the author of Miracles Are Guaranteed. Ferguson teaches therapists and reaches thousands of people through his individual consulting and workshops.