ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM CHILDHOOD SCARS?
Some years ago, I made a short funny film called MY NOSE about my mother’s relentless campaign to get me to have a nose job. The reaction was overwhelming from audiences and the media, “Dazzling self-confidence.” Washington Post “Hilarious romp” Jewish Week “A big little movie” Thrive .
Audiences wanted to know how I handled my highly critical mother. After screenings audience members shared their stories. Unexpectedly, I found myself teaching people how I did it by using my “Seven Healing Tools” on how to transform abusive relationships. I soon realized, as a filmmaker who has a huge archive of footage and funny and smart mother who was agreeable, that it was my mission to tell my whole story. That’s why I made this deeply personal feature documentary, LOOK AT US NOW, MOTHER!
As I launch this film into the world, my mission is to help others. And together with an incredible team, we will build a movement to do that and welcome your support and participation. Please feel free to email us if you want to get involved.
ONLINE LIVE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP
"After watching Gayle's film LOOK AT US NOW, MOTHER! I signed up immediately for the workshop. I couldn't understand how is this woman ever going to forgive her mom."
"The tools we learned in this workshop could help beyond the mother/daughter relationship. I am looking forward to Gayle's next workshop and to recommend to my friends.
I loved that it was virtual. I was able to be in my pajamas. The structure of was great!"
- Omi Diaz Cooper
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WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT GAYLE'S WORKSHOPS
"I had seen Gayle's movie LOOK AT US NOW, MOTHER! at a local theater and found that it registered so directly to my own life.
When I found out about the seminars being offered I thought maybe one day. It was not something I ever saw myself attending. However, I knew I needed to discover tools to get through a very difficult time with my own mother.
I signed up to attend a seminar online.
The time spent was so worthwhile.
If you have unresolved issues in your own life the seminar is beyond helpful. I gained insight into how to cope with difficult personalities by seeing these personalities differently and releasing myself of a burden.
You can truly learn how to prevent a person from undermining you.
I learned ways to help me move forward to understanding and compassion, and away from confusion, resentment and anger towards my mother and myself. This resentment was only hurting me. We learned how to fill our minds with positive instead of negative thoughts in very constructive way.
Devoting time to this effort is healing.
The seminar has proved to be an important stepping stone in forgiving but not forgetting."