50 Ways to Love Your Leaver: Getting on with Your Life After the Breakup

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Impact Publishers, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 155 pages
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Dr. Webb's personal journey offers a practical guide for those who are seeking to survive the loss of a love. His sensitive, compassionate, insightful style offers hope and encouragement to those in deep despair at the ending of an intimate relationship. Chapters include: Stages of grieving, intimacy and loss, uses and abuses of denial, harboring ill feelings, moving beyond anger, the low point is the turning point, purging the ghosts, fifty ways to love your leaver. 176 pages

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"A sensitive, compassionate, insightful, rational and eminently helpful guide through the maze of personal rejection and its aftermath." -- Arnold Lazarus, Ph.D.
"Dwight Webb has written a powerful
passionate personal book. It documents the journey of a man's experience through a dark period of grief and out into the light. It spoke directly to me, and will speak to any person who is in the process of befriending his feelings." -- Gay Hendrick, Ph.D.
"I believe this is a very valuable book. In this age of unstable relationships, a book like this would be of a great help to many people." -- William Glasser, M.D.
Dwight Webb's book is inspirational! His journey through grief and anger to let go and know love again is important for anyone dealing with separation and loss recovery.
I like Dwight's refreshing, humanistic, and Eastern approach of letting go of resentments and anger. It is ironic that when we most need closeness, we are not open to the healing love provides. By seeing the trap we set for ourselves by staying stuck with bitterness, recovery starts with acceptance. We learn that our lives can be healthy that there is a path to regaining our joy and developing new relationships. Just take one of Dwight's 50 ways!
I recommend this book for anyone looking to leave their pain behind and start anew!
-Greg Goodman


A Piece of My Story
Grieving Your Lost Love
Moving Beyond Anger
The Low Point is the Turning Point
Roadmap for Healing
Sources of Strength
Taking Action
An Update on My Life

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About the author (1999)

Dwight Webb, PhD, is a professor of counseling at University of New Hampshire. He has presented workshops in Europe and throughout the United States on themes related to future visions of psychological well-being. He receieved his doctorate in counseling psychology from Stanford University.

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