Coming Apart: Why Relationships End and How to Live Through the Ending of Yours
Do you fight too much? Are your differences irreconiclable? Are you bored? Are you emotionally distant. Some relationships shouldn't be saved. Sometimes breaking up is the right path to take. COMING APART eases the pain and takes the guilt out of breaking up. Learn how easy it is to take the next step in your personal development with this wise, reassuring guide. In this "bible for break-ups," Daphne Rose Kingma has helped thousands of people deal with the often shocking and always heartbreaking end of a relationship. The new edition of this book, which launched both the author and Conari Press, contains invaluable insights from 25 years of counseling. Gently and wisely, Kingma encourages people to understand why the relationship ended in order to apply these lessons to the next real and lasting love. Coming Apart offers an in-depth look at why we choose people who are wrong for us and how to avoid repeating bad choices.
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An insightful and enriching book from a practicing psychologist for tough times. Daphne Kingma proposes that our traditional (default) views of relationships are antiquated. In reality our reasons in ... Read full review
My 3 year relationship ended about 4 months ago - I was a little heart broken to say the least. I needed some guidance on how to come away from it intact, because there were different ways I could go: I could learn and grow from the experience, or I could become bitter and resentful to her and towards woman in general. Reading this book has helped me to learn and grow from the experience. I'm a psychology student looking at Family and Marriage Counseling and this book offers a new, unique, and insightful message. Great for you and friends looking for tips on how to live through the ending of a relationship - this book is great.
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