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With positive advice and practical help, this guide gives details on how to come to terms with a failed relationship, and shows how to alter the patterns which have led to choosing bad partners in the past
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When a relationship finishes it can feel like the end of the world - but it is also a new beginning. This book will help you deal with your feelings of separation, grief and recovery, and will help you to start looking forward to a positive future.
Sarah Litvinoff looks at the lessons that can be learnt from a relationship that has ended and offers clear, practical strategies for moving forward. She includes self-assessment questionnaires, tasks and discussion points to help you reach greater understanding of yourself and your relationships, and shows you how to:
-come to terms with the ending of a relationship and assess what went wrong
-become aware of patterns you are unconsciously repeating
-rebuild your happiness and confidence, changing destructive patterns
-start anew and build a new social life for yourself.
With positive advice and practical help this book offers you a great start to the rest of your life.