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Join Me for the First “Debinar” on Better Understanding Yourself

In a Google Webinar poll, I asked women to share the top three concerns or problem areas theyDeborrah Cooper - Speaker Writer Blogger had in their lives and in their relationships. My goal was to hear directly from site visitors and YouTube subscribers the topics they’d most want me to address in a planned webinar series.

Hands down the #1 pick was “understanding myself and why I do the things I do.”  Since our lives are a direct result of all the choices and decisions we’ve made in the past, understanding WHY we made those decisions and choices is key to changing our mindset and improving our lives in every area.

Please join me for a lively 90 minute discussion on our beliefs, behavior patterns, and choices on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 6:00 pm PST/9:00 pm EST.  Questions will be taken from the participants in real time and as many as possible answered during the Debinar.

Admission is $15 per person; Patreon subscribers of $25 or more per month are free.

Click here to find out more information:  The Debinar (April 6, 2017)

Register using the button below.
NOTE: Payee will say “Crocheted Baby Afghans”, but you’re in the right place.

If the button doesn’t work for you, just submit the $15 fee to email address survivingdating(%at+)gmail.com. We’ll manually send you a confirmation, with additional instructions on how to get into the Webinar sent to all registrants a few days before the event.




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MsHeartBeat

Relationship and dating advice columnist of Ask HeartBeat! Has enjoyed dishing out insightful yet hilariously funny advice, tersely worded reality checks and "let me slap you upside the head" wake up calls to men and women around the globe since 1991.

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Relationship and dating advice columnist of Ask HeartBeat! Has enjoyed dishing out insightful yet hilariously funny advice, tersely worded reality checks and "let me slap you upside the head" wake up calls to men and women around the globe since 1991.

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