Everyone says, 'You have to let go and move on.' This book actually shows you how to do it. (Jane Seymour, Star of Wedding Crashers and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and James Keach, Producer of Walk The Line)
Moving On is required reading for my class, Getting Love Right: Romantic Relationships in Contemporary Society. It helps my students understand how nonaddressed and incomplete relationship problems always repeat, and how to avoid the pitfalls of carrying their incomplete pasts into their romantic future. (Bernard McGrane, Ph.D., professor of sociology, Chapman University)
The relationship tools we have learned from Russell and John have deepened our love for one another as well as having profoundly enriched our marriage. All we can say is a very heartfelt “thank you” to them and a strong recommendation to anyone interested in having love in their lives to read this book. (Kathleen Silver, senior VP, real estate, and Geoffrey Silver, Ph.D., economist, Beverly Hills, CA)
Friedman and James are in the life-changing business. Are you ready for your life to be changed? Take this book home and read it. (Roy H. Williams, author of People Stories; Inside the Outside and The Wizard of Ads trilogy)
Some people think about changing, some people talk about changing, and there are those who actually take actions that lead to better results. If you’re in that last category, Moving On spells out the actions that will help you change. (Dave Lakhani, author of Persuasion: The Art of Getting What You Want and The Power of an Hour)
By adulthood, most people are experts at hiding their pain, even from themselves. Instead of dealing with it properly, they drag it from one relationship to the next. Friedman and James dispel those misguided notions, and give compassionate but firm instructions for uncovering and "completing" what they call "unfinished emotional business. (Kristin Taveira Newsday)
About the Author
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.