“I thank God everyday for putting a woman like Debi Silber into my life. I was urged to seek her help when I was at my lowest point. She opened my eyes to the path I was going down and where I would end up if I never took charge of my life. She made me realize that the fear of the unknown and being comfortable in my less than ideal situation was what was holding me back. If I wanted to see my life change, I was the only person who could make that happen. She helped me take charge. This amazing woman listened to me, gave me words of encouragement, strategies on how to cope and deal with my emotions and anxiety, and most importantly, held me accountable. She was always there for me, and I know she always will be. Debi helped me save me from myself and helped me build a life that I always dreamt of. The months we worked together were some of my worst, but they were also my best because Debi gave me the strength to grow as a woman and realize my worth. I will forever be grateful to Debi for giving me so much and for giving me my life back!” – Allison A, New York
Healing from betrayal is very different than healing from other types of life crises like the death of a loved one, a natural disaster, disease or a tragic accident. Those crises can involve an intense sense of loss, anguish, pain and grief (I know because I’ve been there) but there are additional challenges when it comes to healing from the betrayal of a family member, partner or friend (unfortunately, I’ve been here too).