Forgiving the Unforgivable
When her father killed her mother and married her aunt one month later, Brenda Adelman thought she would never be able to get over feeling damaged, depressed, and stuck in shame. Tune in to hear her amazing story of forgiving the unforgivable, finding self-forgiveness and healing through creative self-expression and story-telling.
Brenda Adelman is an award-winning actress, a recipient of a Hero of Forgiveness award and has a Master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology. She’s been interviewed on over 150 podcasts, radio and TV shows including Fox TV news and NPR.
She’s performed her critically acclaimed one-woman show, My Brooklyn Hamlet, based on her life story (her father killed her mother and married her aunt) and spoken on how to use your life
story to heal, inspire others and make money for over 12,000 people worldwide for audiences as diverse as women prisoners, youth-at-risk, spiritual communities and at theatre festivals. She is a speaker, coach and solo show mentor with clients presenting their stories on stages in the US, Canada and Europe
Most recently she’s been helping entrepreneurs present themselves powerfully in live streams and in videos so they can keep their businesses bringing in money and show up as the expert they are-with a combination of her storytelling, personal styling, healing and acting methods in her Virtual Video Makeover Weekend Retreat.
What you will learn from this episode:
- How she was able to forgive the ‘unforgivable’
- How forgiving her father led to being able to find joy again and tap into her purpose by sharing her personal story in a creative way on stages all over the world
- Why the process of forgiveness includes forgiving yourself as well
- How you can move from just surviving to thriving after painful experiences when you learn to forgive
- How she help others create their own stand out performances
Go here to get her 3 part video series “Tell Your Story, Heal Yourself, Create More Wealth.
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