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"The NUMBER ONE Secret to Helping Your Kids Get through Your Divorce" Teleseminar

Do you know the NUMBER ONE factor that can help your children get through your divorce with the least problems and most success in adjustment?

It is NOT what you probably think!


In this reassuring, hope-filled, one-hour teleseminar, you will learn:

1) What the NUMBER ONE top priority is, that when consistently attended to, helps your children get through your divorce with the least problems, and most successful adjustment to the changes in their family.

2) WHY doing so makes such a difference for children

3) WHO can make this difference for children

4) Three STRATEGIES for accomplishing this that will help you and your children experience less pain and have more peace RIGHT AWAY!

WHEN: July 15, 2008

TIME: 7:00 - 8:00 PM MDT

COST: FREE!

HOW TO REGISTER: Visit www.DebraGordyMS.com, and click on the calendar link in the "Upcoming Events" box on the homepage. This will take you to the specific page with all the details for registering.

This teleclass is free, and space is limited to the lines available through my teleconference service.
My FREE teleseminars usually fill quickly, so REGISTER TODAY!

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Comment by Cynthia Tiano, Esq. on July 2, 2008 at 5:14pm
Debra -

This is great! I have featured it on the main page and am going to add it to "Events" and send out an invite if you would like. It's a new feature and I'm learning. Let me know if you would like me to send out an invite to the members!

Cynthia

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