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12 Keys To Healing A Broken Heart

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Mark Smith discusses 12 keys to aiding in healing hearts broken by romantic love, by death of a loved one or by other painful life circumstances. Mark highlights normalizing the experience, enlisting the services of a great therapist, gaining insight, shifting out of victim thinking, feeding your Recovery process, embracing your pain, crying rivers, staying in your relationship if possible, processing your dreams, joining a therapy group, taking extra good care of yourself and having positive, proactive, faith in your work and your future. Mark Smith founded Family Tree Counseling Associates in September of 1989. He has a B.A. in Sociology from Purdue University. He did his graduate work in Clinical Social Work with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy at Michigan State University. Many couples who have been stuck trying other approaches have gotten unstuck utilizing his directive, abrasive and intense style. Insight can shift the entire focus of a relationship. You have an opportunity to leave your sessions with Mark with many life jolting, heart piercing and marriage saving insights. Mark has completed Modules 1 and 2 of Patrick Carnes Certified Sexual Addiction Counselor training. The focus of his practice is shifting towards couples suffering from affairs and to helping individuals, couples and families with sexual addiction issues. However, the bread and butter of Marks practice continues to be basic hard fought marriage counseling with couples who have drifted apart through the years. His hobbies include basketball, motorcycle riding, writing, poetry,travel and movies. He is a Recovering Counterdependent, Workaholic and Relationship Addict. Mark is bursting with insights primarily because he has done a great deal of work on his own issues. He has three amazing kids aged 23, 20 and 18 who give him great joy. Visit our website at familytreecounseling.com, read Mark's Blog at familytreecounseling.com/marksblog or reach him at familytreecounseling@juno.com or call him at 317-507-8866. Join Our Weekly Email List For Excellent Cutting Edge Video/Podcast/Blog Links From Mark Smith, LCSW and Family Tree Counseling Associates - familytreecounseling.com