Author Archive for: Dr. Deb Hirschhorn
Dr. Deb Hirschhorn
Dr. Deb holds a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. She began researching the area of painful communication in marriage 20 years ago.
She has authored and co-authored dozens of articles that appeared in both academic and lay publications, including a stint as Health Editor of The Jewish Star Times, a Miami Herald publication. Dr. Deb’s media appearances include America’s Health Network, News with Jim Turner, and News Radio 820 with Robin Hart.
Dr. Deb is the founder of drdeb.com, the popular website that provides comprehensive information on marriage and family issues. Most importantly, Dr. Deb has helped hundreds of couples with marriages in tatters fall in love again.
For more information, please visit drdeb.com.
Entries by Dr. Deb Hirschhorn
Not every marriage is happy. You may ask, how could this person who makes you miserable be your soulmate? And my answer is that you’re asking the wrong question. Just like the way to be happy in this world is not to sit back and wait for goodness but to search for it and then see it when it’s in front of you, the way to find happiness in your marriage is to become your spouse’s soulmate. The potential is there already. So the real question is: How do I see a soulmate in a person that right now I’m feeling… Read more.
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It's said we choose our families: parents, siblings, even the time and place we are born into, because our souls have determined this is where we will learn fastest on our journey of soul growth. On our journey, we face the seven karmic shadows writ into the history of all families. These shadows are: abuse, addiction, violence, poverty, illness, abandonment and betrayal. In this course, we’ll use journaling, karmic mapping, guided meditation, energy healing and shamanic ritual to heal whichever of the seven shadows are present in your family. The results of work are profound: you’ll see shifts and changes in relationships you thought would never heal.