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Look At Us Now, Mother! Screening and Forgiveness Workshop
Mon, July 18, 2016, 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM EDT
HOW TO ACCEPT AND EVEN LOVE A CRITICAL PARENT, a workshop on forgiveness
Emmy award-winning filmmaker, TV producer, and motivational speaker, Gayle Kirschenbaum, presents a revolutionary workshop HOW TO ACCEPT AND EVEN LOVE A CRITICAL PARENT about transforming difficult relationships into healthy ones.
Following an outpouring of enthusiasm for her film, Look At Us Now, Mother!—which follows the journey of Gayle and her mother as their turbulent relationship transforms to love and friendship through understanding, acceptance and forgiveness—Gayle has created a seminar to help guide people for their own healing process. Gayle opens up in this seminar and shares her powerful method for turning negatives into positives through “The Seven Healing Tools.” Her mission is to help inspire and provide usable resources for people to find forgiveness and heal.
**Due to public demand, the feature Look At Us Now, Mother! will be screened at 7:30pm.
$45 at the door
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Please plan on coming a little early so the screening can begin on time. Light refreshments will be served and there will be a short intermission after the film. Watch the workshop TRAILER.
What People Are Saying About This Workshop:
"Gayle has something very special. The seminar was outstanding and should be given throughout the world!" -Robin Joy
"Just wanted to say thank you...What a great movie. It helped me a lot." - Suze Orman
"Humor heals, and Gayle has the ability to use it!" - John Peters
"It's great to go through the process and heal your relationships. The seven tools are very helpful, and I will definitely be using them." - Tina Buckman
What People Are Saying About the Movie:
"Heartbreaking...story of acceptance and forgiveness." - New York Times
"It leaves the spectator in stitches without any surgical suturing. It's emotional graffitti on celluloid." - Psychology Today
"Delightful. Heartbreaking and real." - Associated Press
"Touching, Provocative." - The Huffington Post
Visit LookAtUsNowMother.com to learn more about the movement and the film audiences are raving about!