Summary of It's a Breakup Not a Breakdown
Celebrate Getting Over the Big One and Changing Your Life - for Good!
Your heart’s been broken but now you can pick up the pieces, glue them back together and become stronger and healthier.
If you tend to endure a breakup holed up in your room in comfy PJs, then getAbstract recommends that you place this survival guide next to your chick flick DVDs, high-priced chocolates and box of tissues. This girl-power book by Lisa Steadman, nicknamed “The Relationship Journalist,” reads like a long “You go, girl!” exclamation. Steadman explains that you can use the “big breakup” experience to become more fabulous than before you met Mr. Wrong. All it takes is a little fortitude and a lot of self-focused behavior. If you want to indulge in a cryfest, a new pair of boots or a bit of spoiling by mom, Steadman says, “Do it!” The goal, however, is to emerge from your breakup with a better understanding of what you need and want and how to make it happen. Use your breakup as a vehicle to learn about yourself and embrace your single status as an opportunity to make valuable changes. One gentle caution: Steadman’s basic intent is to offer a good laugh, some female bonding and a warm hug, not a serious, therapeutic method of overcoming a trauma.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to survive a “big breakup”
- How to redirect your focus from your past relationship onto yourself
- How to emerge from your failed relationship stronger, more confident and better than ever
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