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Surviving the Breakup is a roadmap and journal to get over a breakup and move forward confidently. It is a definitive guide that links breakups and nutrition. The audiobook is loaded with logical advice, quotes, programs, and journal prompts; it also includes music choices to listen to while writing your journal.

It is geared to help those who are stepping through deep emotional and physical issues from going through a breakup or those who are about to enter a breakup. The audiobook is about you. You are the most important person in your life during this time. Surviving the Breakup is for everyone; it has no boundaries.

©2017 Timothy Dillard (P)2017 Timothy Dillard

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  • Timothy Carter
  • 05-04-22

Narrator Choppy, Nutrition Advice One Sided

The narration was choppy, re-starting numerous times. Chapter 21 is a repeat of chapter 20, oops! Nutrition advice is certainly biased towards non-medicinal remedies to emotional crisis and illness. The bottom line is you take what you need to get better and, don’t add guilt to your situation for not deriving remedy purely from food. Medicine was characterized as damaging, that’s inappropriate proselytizing . This book could have been written in one pamphlet or extended chapter. The constant recitation of listener praise testimonial is annoying and overly emphasizes the power of social media that so often leads us deeper into an abyss. It’s also a cheap way to fill out pages. Acceptance of self-criticism is under-addressed! This book wasn’t worth an entire credit. Sorry for the negativity. Thank you for focusing your work on this topic. Do better than this to be your best; to the producer too.