Bittergirl: Getting Over Getting Dumped

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Plume, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 241 pages
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A laugh-out-loud, tell-it-like-it-is guide based on the hit play of the same name

It was the breakup to end all breakups. You’ve been dumped. Now what?

Don’t worry, doll, the bittergirls are here for you. But what exactly isa bittergirl? She’s sexy and sassy and she’s able to tell her breakup story with humor, without regret, and with the realization that it really was him and not her. Make no mistake, the bittergirl way is not about blame. It’s about the style in which you get over it.

It may not be quick, easy, or pretty, but with a little help from the girls and your friends, you will:
• Throw your own (very short) pity party
• Resist the seductive lure of the “moment of weakness”
• Survive your first post-breakup solo appearance
• And tackle all of the issues in between

You will emerge stronger, more confident, and most importantly, a bittergirl yourself.

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I hate self help books and I have no clue how this one ended up on my bookshelf. I should probably pass it on, but I am utterly incapable of getting rid of a book. It is disease-like, and so here I am, stuck with this book. Read full review


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Annabel Griffiths, Alison Lawrence, and Mary Francis Moore, all writers/actresses/directors, wrote and performed the cult hit stage show bittergirl, which has played in Toronto, London, and New York City.

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