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After the Darkest Hour
by Kathleen A. Brehony, Ph.D.



What are the differences between people who become bitter and those who grow stronger through difficult or painful experiences? What can each of us learn that will guide us through our own dark nights of the soul to see the dawn with vision cleared? In this thoughtful, compassionate book, Kathleen Brehony reveals the transformative power of suffering and shows her readers how to turn grief into an emotionally and psychologically strengthening experience.

Author, Kathleen A. Brehony, PH.D., is a Jungian-oriented psychotherapist, personal coach, and public speaker who has delivered hundreds of keynote addresses and presided over numerous workshops and training sessions. She is the author of Awakening at Midlife and Ordinary Grace.

 

Daniel Redwood, author of A Time to Heal
With the voice of a poet, the perspective of a wise philosopher, and a heart of deep compassion, Brehony helps us to see our own sufferings through the lens of the soul, where all events have meaning and all challenges contain the seeds of growth and new beginnings.

 

Robert Urich, actor
The only thing worse than suffering in silence is suffering so everybody knows about it. Kathleen Brehony writes about a third kind, a human dynamic that helps us achieve truth and clarity in our lives. It's a must read!

 

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