Downside of Love
- Surviving a Break Up
- Narrated by: Kym Kostos
- Length: 58 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-12-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Vincent Stead
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Sometimes we see it coming and other times, it is dropped on us like a nuclear bomb. Well, not that drastic, but if you're the one it's dropped on, it certainly feels like that world is coming to an end!
Well, don't fret! The good news is, your world is not coming to an end, in fact there have been millions of people over the centuries who have survived break-ups and moved on to new and better relationships! And guess what? You can, too! Maybe you got that call from your significant other that you "need to talk", or your partner has cheated on you and fell in love with someone else or things just didn't work out well with you both and it was a mutual break-up. Even if it's a mutual break-up on both your ends, the hurt and sad feelings are still there. Because, no matter what, you shared a part of your life with this person and feelings were there, even if they are not there now. You did care for each other at one time or another and maybe you still do. Every situation is different.
No matter what the reason for breaking up was and how your relationship ended, well or bad, the feelings after a break-up are pretty much the one and the same. There is always that feeling of sadness, loss, failure, regret, blame, etc... So many emotions to deal with!
And then there's the feeling of if you are ever going to meet a new person and if you are ever going to fall in love again. Well, as the saying goes, "When you meet that one person that you spend the rest of your life with, you understand why all the other relationships didn't work out." It is so true too! I was in a relationship for a long time with someone. We had future plans together, talked about all the things we were going to do, and we thought we were soul mates and made for each other. Then one day, I got the message in an email. It was a Dear Jane email letter stating that he had fell out of love with me.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By natalie m demott on 03-24-16
couldn't even make it through 15 mins
What disappointed you about Downside of Love?
The sound quality and reader were not engaging. Very forced pauses which did not make any sense. I understand the writer/ narrator put there soul into this book. The narration was to distracting from message. Luckily, this was an inexpensive book and I was not monetarily invested to force myself to continue listening.