Moving On: Dump Your Relationship Baggage and Make Room for the Love of Your Life

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Government Institutes, Oct 25, 2006 - Self-Help - 232 pages
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In this groundbreaking book, authors Russell Friedman and John W. James show readers how to move on from their unsuccessful past relationships and finally find the love of their lives. Demonstrating revolutionary ideas that have worked for thousands of their clients at the Grief Recovery Institute, Friedman and James give readers the strategies they need to effectively mourn the loss of the relationship, while opening themselves up to love in the future. With compassionate guidance, Friedman and James help readers to close a chapter of their romantic past so that they can be ready to begin again.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Identifying the Problem
11
Chapter 01 Everyone Has Emotional Baggage Even You
13
Chapter 02 Six Myths About Sadness
21
Chapter 03 FeelingsGood Bad and Ugly
37
Chapter 04 Youre Responsible for Your Feelings
59
Chapter 05 We Say Were Fine When Were Not
71
Small and Correct Choices
79
Chapter 10 Three Categories That Convey Everything Important
131
Chapter 11 Moving to Completion
149
Chapter 12 If a Tree Falls in the Forest
157
Chapter 13 What About New Discoveries?
167
A New Beginning
173
Off with the Old On with the New
175
Chapter 15 New Communication Habits
183
Chapter 16 Watering Plastic Flowers
195

Chapter 06 Truth Alone Doesnt Set You Free
81
Chapter 07 Discovery Leads to Completion
99
Chapter 08 The Romantic Relationship Review
107
Chapter 09 Converting the Graph
121
Chapter 17 You Need a PlanStart Now
211
Ongoing Support and Services Under the Grief Recovery Banner
215
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Russell Friedman and John W. James are the authors of the bestselling Grief Recovery Handbook and When Children Grieve. Together, they run the Grief Recovery Institute. Both authors live in Los Angeles.

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