A breakup is not the end of the world - overcome the feeling fast and move on with life!
New York Times best-selling author Kate Anderson brings you her latest book to help those suffering the pain of a separation. Getting Over a Breakup contains 75 easy to follow steps, broken into three sections, to help you get over the pain and anguish of a breakup and to move on with your life.
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I can only speak from personal experience but I can say this helped me a lot. Good advice, most of what I had never heard before. It does not claim to cure heartbreak in one day but this definitely helped me a lot more than the advice i got from well meaning friends.
This ACTUALLY helped me. So much better than i expected. I literally kept doing 7 of these things that I see now were holding me up from that CLOSURE I needed to move on my ex. This book shed some much needed light on my situation...and honestly exposed a few things that I hadn't realized I was doing that kept me stuck. I was just basically giving my power away.
I'm suggesting this to a couple close friends of mine. I think they're going to find themselves in these pages as well. It was an eye opener. A great help.
This book will empower you towards self-healing after a major relationship breakup. Whether you are going through a separation, a divorce or coping with the end of a lengthy and significant relationship, these powerful love advice and relationship tips will help you get over the breakup and move on with your life as quickly as possible.
Every woman's experienced the Big Breakup. You know the one. And even though it's a devastating natural disaster, after all the mind-numbing, soul-stirring, heart-wrenching pain comes the pleasure: in rediscovering yourself and your amazing life, of relishing in your girlfriends' company, and (eventually) of meeting someone new-someone who would have otherwise gone unmet had you not gone through your breakup in the first place.
This celebratory survival guide will help you see your Big Breakup not as a breakdown but as an opportunity to break up with a relationship that's no longer working and move on.
Why wouldn't I? This book is spectacular in every sense and I recommend it to each and every person inflicted with a breakup.
The way she expressed her emotions made me feel as if she was a person who could console me. She really was effective at her task.
Break up, Get over it.
This perfectly fits as it definitely shows us how to get over it and a person trying the tips out can try these methods.
I want to be quite open at the moment and the time at which the author states that men might never get over a relationship makes me feel so happy that my ex is in for a sad day.
I listened to this book all in one sitting and I've gone back and listened to it a few more times as well!
This book was just what the doctor ordered. I'm a sensitive person who has been devastated by nearly every breakup I've ever gone through. My most recent breakup was by far the hardest to get over. But I'm so glad to say that I've finally found a book that's helped me to cope better. Before this book, I was really starting to give up on love but I feel like now, I'm actually ready to move on and try again. The tips and ideas in this book are unbeatable. I highly recommend it!
One of my faves because it helped me so so much at a very very bad time.
Three months ago, I went through a terrible breakup with my partner of nearly four years, and I was devastated, I thought I'd never be able to get through it. I purchased 5 books about surviving breakups, to help me get through, and this audio book turned out the best. I listened to it repeatedly as the words were so encouraging and soothing.
It was indeed my best companion all through while I was trying to heal and before I knew it I was totally back on my feet all thanks to this book. I tell anyone who feels they would never get over a break up to listen to this audio book.
It is appropriate for any gender or age, I highly recommend it to anyone going thru the horrific time of a breakup and i hope it helps u as much as it has helped me.
Yes. I have listened to it 3 times so far.
Why? Because dealing with heart break is not easy. It can be very very difficult. We all need help on the journey.
Dealt with two horrific breakups in 3 years. This book helped me so much to deal with the anguish. Did it cure everything with one listen? Of course not! But it DID really help me get on the journey to feeling better. I have listened to this book several times and it has been a life saver at times to keep me sane on the journey to getting over it.
Definitely recommending this for anyone dealing with a breakup and all the horrible feelings that go along with it.
Breakups are never easy and one book will not magically cure EVERYTHING…but it will give you really good steps to alleviate some of the misery and pain. This helped me a lot, both with the initial break up (which was horrible) and for the “moving on with life” stage that follows, which is often the most difficult part. Very helpful, thank you.
I was really struggling to get over my relationship after a particularly horrible breakup (I will not bore you with the details!) and i really needed something (anything!) to help me thru the pain, especially with getting a good nights sleep and how to act in public (unfortunately i still see my ex on an almost daily basis and we share a lot of the same friends). Whilst i am not exactly smiling and leaping for joy now, i can say i am definitely a lot better after listening to this book. It doesn't feel like a typical self-help style book, it just feels like a friend giving really good advice, which is probably the best we can all hope for in this situation.
"Most powerful guide in the world to getting over s"
This audible and book helped me see a very serious and depressing breakup situation in a more balanced light. These authors really give you the straight poop, but pepper the serious with a lighter side, that is often hard to see when you're depressed or seething with anger. The strongest and healthiest message I got from the book was to forgive your ex...it's so hard, but soooooo necessary to move on. In the end why waste another second of energy on something that wasn't working and most likely sapping you of your self esteem. This book tells you to forgive your ex for yourself because you're worth it and I agree 100%!
Also this audible is loaded with plenty of easy to digest advices which can help anyone in break up situation to come over easily.
"helpful tips in your time of need"
yes I would! We all have friends that have been broken up with and will be broken up with in the future. If before hand or after the fact it can be useful both times.
No I haven't but her voice was very easy to listen to and absorb the information. I would listen to more books she narrates.
For me yes, less than 2 hours I am game to listen to a book in one sitting. You could also chop this up into bits on your drive to and from work I suppose but I enjoy a good lump of 2 hours in one sitting.
"Great audiobook, highly recommended"
This audio book will teach you not only ways to get past your breakup, but ways to rebuild your confidence and how to be happy being single. The guide is simple and easy to follow and will be useful to anyone in the pain of a breakup, but especially to those suffering from a longterm relationship breakup. It's been only 3 months since my breakup and I feel a lot better after following these steps.
About 10 months ago, I went through a terrible breakup with my partner of nearly four years, and I was devastated. I purchased 4-5 books about surviving breakups, to help me get through, and this audiobook is absolutely the best. It is an easy "read" with very well explained steps to take and get past your breakup. I've listened the audiobook twice and will probably do it again. It is appropriate for any gender or age, I highly recommend it!
To know that your not on your own and others have been through the same pain.
The advice on how to pick yourself up and get on with life, knowing it won't always be like this and it won't be long if you are positive, you will get a life back and potentially find someone new,
The sympathy but forthright way that the book is read, gives you that little bit more confidence and being someone not related to you gives you that strangers insight that you sometimes don't like to hear from a friend.
Don't use social media as a way of getting over the breakup.
"Where do broken hearts go?"
I liked the way it gave practical tips. The solutions were very diverse and there was something for every temperament type and emotional type. The book also took the readers through what to do and importantly what NOT to do. We all grieve differently, I usually suffer in silence, brood and would generally be in a very terrible mood where it’s hard to see anything positive about myself. Now I try to release it all and keep myself occupied for long stretches. This reduces the amount of time I have available to convince myself to go stalk him on Facebook.
My first Rebekah Amber Clark performance. She has a very convincing tone, makes just want to keep nodding. She's great!
An idea I would remember is one that saved me eventually from a bad relationship. Every time he called me and wanted to make up, I kept on trying to remember the reasons why the relationship didn’t work and rationalize them again. This exercise reconfirmed their validity and the futility of going back there. It just wasn’t working and I stood my ground. I’m better off for it.
I know there are easy breakups but I’ve never been that lucky. I learnt the hard way that what is gone is gone, especially with an ex who cheated on me several times. The book was very right in saying that sometimes you just should avoid things that remind you of a painful experience till you’re able to feel better.
I was lucky enough to have good friends supporting me during the worst of my break-up. The type of friends the book refers to as “radiators”. They pretty much kept me off social media and kept me occupied when I wasn’t at work. While the book offers so many tips on dealing with a break up, what worked best for me in my experience was never losing myself in the pain and self-pity. I also deleted him and most of his friends off social media.
The book advised keeping emails, pictures and other souvenirs in a secret folder if you’re not ready to move on yet. My advice? Ctrl A + Delete, go to Recycle Bin, click Empty. Are you sure? YES!!! Then you can start your life afresh. I hope this book helps you as much as it helped me come to terms with my break-up.
Great choice for narrator! A lot of the advice mentioned was repetitive, but it worked to permanently embed the information into my head. I finished this book with a better sense of self, and a burst of motivation to take control of my life again. I would recommend this book for anyone looking for a way to shine light on their heartache and pain.
"75 Steps To Coping With a BreakUp"
Yes, I do consider this to be a significant change or more impacting version of "Getting Over a Breakup" because it is vocalized and thoroughly expressed by a narrator who can RELATE to a break-up. You can feel the emotional attachment through her pinpointing exact feelings that resonate within a relationship.
Also, her tone of voice shows that she understands the hurt, sadness,anger, resentfulness, and accusations that are prevalent in relationships. Very unbiased and frighteningly truthful feedback that needs to be recognized by more couples in my opinion.
Not really a matter of characters, but the advice given is so significant that it makes you view life in a different perspective. Dwelling on the past and bringing it up in your head or to people on social media that aren't close to you, will only escalate the situation and blow it way out of proportion. It is best to acknowledge that love is a valuable experience and it may not last forever, but enforcing POSITIVE energy into the aftermath of your relationship will promote growth.
The indifference of her depiction of how an ex typically acts after a break-up. Going through a break up requires an adjustment period and while enduring it, you should have a positive outlet for your sanity. Laughing, hanging out with friends, and accepting that you need a grieving period. Everyone is different with the coping methods they use, but use what is the most suitable to you.
Each performance or action demonstrated in this audio was accurate. Very resourceful and not the typical audio.
The most important concept to apply to "Getting Over a Breakup" is your life is not over. Life is too short as it is. It's an experience and a choice that is usually more beneficial in the long run. Yes, it causes catastrophic, destructive feelings that have a short-term depression and it can alter your PERFORMANCE in everyday life to accomplish everyday tasks, but with guidance and acknowledgement you can move past it.
You need to take control of your thoughts, instead of act on emotional tangents. That is the clear and concise message this audio conveyed to me.
Focus on the one thing in your life that was just as meaningful as your ex was before your break-up. Fuel all of your animosity and negative energy into something positive. So it makes the grieving period seem non-existent.
Do not bottle up your feelings. Express yourself to someone you can trust. No matter who you are and what you've been through, we all need HELP. We all need guidance. We all need acceptance. We all need love. You are the pioneer of your own life and the decisions you make. Anyone who tells you differently is wrong!
"Keep Moving and Stop Dwelling on the Past"
I would rank this in the top five books I’ve read and listened so far.
I wouldn’t really compare this to any book as every book has its own perks and shortcomings. These 75 steps were really unique and different from the things I usually get to hear from friends or family for sympathy.
Rebekah has an amazing voice and she contributes to the concept the book conveys very well. The sympathy in her voice and words of the author were soothing for my brain and made me revive my positive energy.
I had a hard time keeping control on myself but in the end everything was good and it felt that I am trying to make myself a better person in a positive way. This book sure brought back my confidence.
Anyone who is suffering from breakup symptoms should really go for this one. Good stuff!
"Getting Your Life Back"
I will definitely recommend this book to all my friend because i have got to learn a lot in this book as concerning breakup. it has built my mind and reshaped my thinking, the Author did a great job compiling this piece and she discussed alot about the best way to deal with your EX and how you should act around him or her.
This book is very Needful...
one thing i really liked about this book, was that the Author didn't just List out the 75 steps but she was also able to explain them effectively with sub point and she never left the Focus of the book. which is getting over a Break up.
The Narrator was all round good, she conveyed the message to my satisfaction which also helped in building more interest in me for future listening.
If you are going through a hard time getting over a break up or you have a friend or relative that is in need of help emotionally. I strongly recommend this audio book to help in remaining a balanced emotional state.
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