Getting Past Your Breakup: How to Turn a Devastating Loss into the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You Paperback – May 5 2009
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Elliott delivers the goods with a book that can help anyone get past a broken heart, and be stronger for it The book provides solid, usable information told with compassionate understanding that really jumpstarts a heart that is on standby The tools are priceless, and the inspiration to come out on top is what really makes this book stand out in the ocean of other self-help titles out there.”
ForeWord This Week, 4/22/09
Each of the book's steps has been thoughtfully developed from the author's personal experience and her training and experience as a grief counselor.”
This book identifies the frequent mistakes people make during the early days of a breakup and explains how to avoid them. [Elliott] shows how to use the pain to grow, reassess your goals, and create a healthier life.”
Publisher’s Weekly, 6/8/09
Provides sound advice for those still driving by the ex’s house or obsessed with self-blame.”
Tell[s] people who have suffered relationship devastation how to get through the stages of grief associated with romantic implosion-and how to pick themselves up afterwards and come out of their distress better than they ever were before Elliott’s comments on the stages of grief, although scarcely new, can be helpful to just about anyone who feels devastated by the end of an intimate relationship.”
Midwest Book Review, June 2009
An effective book any general lending library will find popular.”
Midwest Book Review, June 2009
A recommended read for those looking for more reasons to embrace better health.”
About.com, Top Breakup Books,” 1/1/10
An excellent breakup book that assists not only in dealing with the shock of a relationship ending, but also how to move past the breakup to become a stronger, better person in spite/because of it. Topics such as dealing with breakup myths (I need closure!”) and boundaries (how do I not get into this situation ever again) are refreshing and well-suited to the tone and style. Highly recommended.”
A well thought out and surprisingly thorough book about dealing with a breakup With chapters on learning new boundaries and how to tell the kids, Elliot has covered topics that most books of this genre ignore outright. Chapter 2, The Rules of Disengagement, are a must-read for anyone who has ever suffered a bad breakup, particularly the list of items that keep folks stuck in their griefmost notably the concept of needing closure after a failed relationship Well written and thorough. Practical how-to’s in every chapter. Warm and friendly tone that never comes across as condescending or judgmental.”
YourTango.com, Top 5 Breakup Books of 2009,” 1/1/10
This practical book offers useful tips about how to get through the depressing post-breakup stages of loneliness and desolation. If you can't afford a therapist, this useful tome will help you take charge of your life instead of giving way to grief.”
From the devastation that comes at the end of a relationship, through the reeling, dealing and healing, Elliott worms her way around all aspects of a broken heart Getting Past Your Breakup will help you see a crystal-bright future.”
A breakup is the best time to change your life, and this book will tell you how to do it. It will serve as a road map for getting over your ex and putting your energy back where it belongs: on you! Stories and strategies will keep you inspired as you permanently get over the breakup, get your confidence back and open yourself up to finding the love of your life. You can do it with this book.”
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This book is excellent for getting past a break up. Even if you haven't experienced childhood abuse or a dysfunctional family, this book is amazing and useful. But if you have, I would recommend it even more strongly, as it covers these additional topics that many break-up related books don't delve in to. This book and Susan's blog helped me so much, and I am quite confident it will be equally helpful to others.
I really enjoyed this book as it gave you just the right amount of information on the emotions or thoughts you're going through paired with reasonable exercises on what you can do to heal yourself.
Too often we imagine that without the love of another, we are nothing.
In fact, without self-love, all other loves with be as nothing.
Eleanor Cowan, author of : A History of a Pedophile's Wife: Memoir of a Canadian Teacher and Writer
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I love this book, and I found it when I needed it most. It has given me hope for myself in the present and for my future.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book has had a lot of good reviews and I completely agree with the high ratings! If your dealing with a break up, buy this book, and it will be significantly easier to get... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Murray
Life changing. A must for those a struggle with relationships and don't know why. It's time to take your love life into your own hands and then some. Read morePublished 11 months ago by William Russ