Lisheyna Hurvitz

Lisheyna HurvitzAs a licensed psychotherapist, Lisheyna has created a Lifestyle format that is extremely effective in helping people grow and change. As a Lifestyle Consultant, she utilizes a unique blend of emotional, psychological and spiritual approaches which enable her to produce practical results.

In her consultations and groups, she helps people address personal and societal pressures, including the pressure to be perfect. As a gifted empath, she is able to empathize with her client’s feelings, quickly getting to the heart of the matter, thereby producing rapid results.

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The Opportunity of Valentines Day PDF Print E-mail

Every February we get reminded that Valentine’s Day is close by and that love is “in the air” or is it? People start going through their mental lists of who they love, who loves them and whether or not they will have a special Valentine this year.


This day can especially wreck havoc with those that have recently separated, divorced or split up from their significant other. Many people get depressed and feel left out of the ‘loving’ holiday spirit if they are single.


The truth is that love is in the air.  You do have someone you love in your heart.  It could be a mother, brother, child, teacher or special someone.  This holiday is much broader than just associating it with a significant other.


Love comes in many forms.  Let Valentine’s Day be a valuable day to use as a reminder of how blessed we are in ALL of our relationships.  It is a day to express gratitude to those that make a difference in our lives.  You can send a card to your child thanking them for their love and for being in your life.  You can send flowers to your auto mechanic for keeping you and your family safe all year long.  You can send cards to family members across the country that you rarely see, letting them know you love and appreciate them.


It is truly a day to celebrate love.  I invite you to use the beginning of February to create an attitude of gratitude for all of the various loving relationships in your life.  And then give yourself permission to express that love in words, cards, flowers or whatever moves you.
Have fun with this holiday.  There is no need to be depressed if you are not paired up on Valentine’s Day.  Don’t let the commercialism of today’s society trick you into feeling bad about not having a partner. The more you acknowledge the loving relationships you have in your life, the more your heart becomes filled with love.  If you take advantage of this opportunity, the connection you share with others will deepen.  It is a time when happiness can grow within you and all around you.  See how many people you can express your love and appreciation for this Valentine’s Day and all month long. This project will create more joy for you and everyone around you!


Written by Lisheyna S. Hurvitz  M.A. Ed.

Lisheyna  is a licensed mental health counselor in private practice in Boca Raton, Fl. She combines wisdom with spiritual, emotional and psychological techniques to produce powerful lasting changes in her client’s lives.  To find out more about Lisheyna go to www.Lisheyna.com or call for an appointment at 561-922-7044.