A breakup is not the end of the world - overcome the feeling fast and move on with life!
New York Times best-selling author Kate Anderson brings you her latest book to help those suffering the pain of a separation. Getting Over a Breakup contains 75 easy to follow steps, broken into three sections, to help you get over the pain and anguish of a breakup and to move on with your life.
Here's a preview of what you'll learn:
Dealing with social media, friends, and family
Huge mistakes to avoid!
Getting through the moments of pain and anguish
Methods for remembering the good times but never forgetting the bad times
Dealing with being alone
The process for moving on with life
And much, much more....
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- Emma G
Where do broken hearts go?
I liked the way it gave practical tips. The solutions were very diverse and there was something for every temperament type and emotional type. The book also took the readers through what to do and importantly what NOT to do. We all grieve differently, I usually suffer in silence, brood and would generally be in a very terrible mood where it’s hard to see anything positive about myself. Now I try to release it all and keep myself occupied for long stretches. This reduces the amount of time I have available to convince myself to go stalk him on Facebook.
My first Rebekah Amber Clark performance. She has a very convincing tone, makes just want to keep nodding. She's great!
An idea I would remember is one that saved me eventually from a bad relationship. Every time he called me and wanted to make up, I kept on trying to remember the reasons why the relationship didn’t work and rationalize them again. This exercise reconfirmed their validity and the futility of going back there. It just wasn’t working and I stood my ground. I’m better off for it.
I know there are easy breakups but I’ve never been that lucky. I learnt the hard way that what is gone is gone, especially with an ex who cheated on me several times. The book was very right in saying that sometimes you just should avoid things that remind you of a painful experience till you’re able to feel better.
I was lucky enough to have good friends supporting me during the worst of my break-up. The type of friends the book refers to as “radiators”. They pretty much kept me off social media and kept me occupied when I wasn’t at work. While the book offers so many tips on dealing with a break up, what worked best for me in my experience was never losing myself in the pain and self-pity. I also deleted him and most of his friends off social media.
The book advised keeping emails, pictures and other souvenirs in a secret folder if you’re not ready to move on yet. My advice? Ctrl A + Delete, go to Recycle Bin, click Empty. Are you sure? YES!!! Then you can start your life afresh. I hope this book helps you as much as it helped me come to terms with my break-up.
- Ava M.