Getting Past Your Breakup: How to Turn a Devastating Loss into the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You
From the creator of the Getting Past Your Past blog, a tough-love method for making life after a breakup an empowering experience
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|Library of Congress
||Rejection (Psychology), Interpersonal relations, Man-woman relationships, Separation (Psychology), Divorce - Psychological aspects
||Marriage, Family & Other Relationships
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Just got dumped? here's therapist Susan Elliott's advice: Go no contact. Don't stay friends. Stop worrying about what he's doing, because it no longer matters. But in the days, weeks, and months after a relationship ends, this might not feel so simple to someone searching for answers to the big question: What Happened? Getting Past Your Breakup is a proven roadmap for anyone working through the painful end of a relationship, whether it is an on-off romance or a divorce with kids involved. With personal anecdotes from Elliott's online community, concrete exercises to jump-start the moving-on process, and Elliott's signature mantras, Getting Past Your Breakup is a highly effective plan for permanently recovering from a breakup, regaining your confidence, and opening yourself to true love.
Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings
||Curled Up with a Good Book<br> Elliott delivers the goods with a book that can help anyone get past a broken heart, and be stronger for it...The book provides solid, usable information told with compassionate understanding that really jumpstarts a heart that is on standby...The tools are priceless, and the inspiration to come out on top is what really makes this book stand out in the ocean of other self-help titles out there. <br><p> ForeWord This Week, 4/22/09<br> Each of the book's steps has been thoughtfully developed from the author's personal experience and her training and experience as a grief counselor. <p>Bookviews, 6/09<br> This book identifies the frequent mistakes people make during the early days of a breakup and explains how to avoid them. [Elliott] shows how to use the pain to grow, reassess your goals, and create a healthier life. <p> Publisher's Weekly, 6/8/09<br> Provides sound advice for those still driving by the ex's house or obsessed with self-blame. <p>Info
Susan J. Elliott JD, MEd is the creator of the Getting Past Your Past blog and seminar series. A motivational speaker, certified grief counselor, and attorney, and she lives with her husband and family in New York.