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Break Through the Breakup: A Modern Woman's Guide to Mending a Broken Heart and Bouncing Back Stronger
Erin Davidson, RCC, MA
Rockridge Press / Callisto Media / Softcover / 2021-06-01 / 1648768172
Divorce & Separation
price: $19.99
156 pages
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Find the strength to move through heartbreak

No matter how a relationship ends, recovering from a breakup can feel impossible, but Break Through the Breakup can help. It’s a modern guide to breakups for women who need a little support finding their power, bouncing back, and moving on after heartache.

Like a trusted friend, this book helps any woman process all the confusing emotions that come with a breakup. Take the journey through grief and acceptance so you can start fresh. The bite-size advice and therapeutic exercises make it easier to understand why relationships end and find ways to feel more confident and get back out there.

Grounded in real life—See the healing strategies from this book in practice through stories from all kinds of women who found themselves again after breakups.

• A helping hand—Find comforting psychological explanations for what makes breakups so hard and why moving forward is so important.

• A new perspective—Learn how to see breakups as a path to deeper self-love and more fulfilling relationships in the future.

Emerge from heartache and begin the next chapter with the ultimate in breakup books for women.

About the Author:

Erin Davidson, MA, RCC, is a writer and registered clinical counselor specializing in sex therapy and relationship counseling. She works with clients of all genders, sexual orientations, and relationship dynamics to bring more compassion and joy to their relationships. Connect with her on Instagram @erin.e.davidson and her website

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