Break Up, Don't Break Down: A Relationship Manual for Surviving Breakups, Separation, and Divorce
"Break Up, Don't Break Down" provides a road map for anyone who's trapped by the past anger, guilt and pressures of a failed relationship. Here you'll find ten steps to happiness despite your breakup. This user-friendly manual is designed to show you how to get past the pain, stress and disappointment that come from breaking up, and to move you past the hurt and pain caused by a broken love affair. Chapter by chapter, you will find a simple, direct, uncomplicated discussion of issues that range from ending the dysfunctional relationship to dealing with guilt or peer pressure, minimizing the negative effects on your children, creating a new life and finding new love. It doesn't matter if you have a PhD or a GED, I tell it like it is, using down-to-earth language. Go ahead and take a break from your therapist, stop calling and worrying your friends, wipe the tears away. "Break Up, Don't Break Down" will help you get over the pain of a dying relationship and show you how to get on with rest of your life.
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Fantastic. Easy read, it is about more than just breaking up. Helped me understand why I pick the people I do and how to do better. Loved the chapter on divorce and kids. Great book.
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