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Healing A Broken Heart: The Scientific Benefits of Finding Your Frequency

Healing A Broken Heart: The Scientific Benefits of Finding Your Frequency by Cara Hewett. Photograph of red painted heart on glass by Nick Fewings
Photograph by Nick Fewings

Thinking about our past pains and heart breaks is tough, but new research about our heart-brain frequencies provides a radical approach to our healing process. 

Let’s face it, we’ve all been there. 

A broken heart is devastating — whether you’re 15 or 90. As therapists, we have been dealing with matters of the heart for decades with only limited success. Deciphering this elusive and mysterious part of being human is challenging, but the good news is that we finally have some tools to assist us.

These new revelations originate from fascinating new research at the

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