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by Delphine Hirsh

Free eBook The Girls' Guide to Surviving a Break-Up download ISBN: 0312285191
Author: Delphine Hirsh
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; 1st edition (January 16, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 256
Category: Self-Made
Subcategory: Relationships
Size MP3: 1178 mb
Size FLAC: 1780 mb
Rating: 4.8
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The essential female companion from the moment he walks out of your life.

The essential female companion from the moment he walks out of your life. The Girls' Guide to Surviving a Break-Up offers step-by-step advice for getting over him, including: What to do the first night How not to Drink & Dial How to tell parents and friends about the breakup The most effective way to pamper yourself How to express your anger without landing in jai The essential female companion from the moment he walks out of your life

The essential female companion from the moment he walks out of your life

The essential female companion from the moment he walks out of your life. The Girls' Guide to Surviving a Break-Up offers step-by-step advice for getting over him, including: What to do the first night How not to Drink & Dial How to tell parents and friends about the breakup The most effective way to pamper yourself How to express your anger without landing in jail Tips for surprise run-ins with your ex The top five movies to get you through the worst times And much more!

Delphine Hirsh is a veteran of many break-ups and, as evidenced by her long-distance bill, is also a consultant . She currently lives in Los Angeles and is at work on a novel. The Girl's Guide to Surviving a Break-Up is her first book.

Delphine Hirsh is a veteran of many break-ups and, as evidenced by her long-distance bill, is also a consultant to heartbroken friends nationwide.

The essential female companion from the moment he walks out of your life

The essential female companion from the moment he walks out of your life.

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Delphine Hirsh is a veteran of many break-ups and, as evidenced by her long-distance bill, is also a consultant .

In 1962, Neil Sedaka's single "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" spoke the truth about what happens when love ends. The Girls' Guide to Surviving a Break-Up; Delphine Hirsch; 2003. Leftover feelings of friendships and love often lead one ex-partner to the other, even when the other wishes for space. Adams has worked in the newspaper and publishing field since 2003.

The essential female companion from the moment he walks out of your life. The Girls' Guide to Surviving a Break-Up offers step-by-step advice for getting over him, including:

* What to do the first night* How not to Drink & Dial* How to tell parents and friends about the breakup* The most effective way to pamper yourself* How to express your anger without landing in jail* Tips for surprise run-ins with your ex* The top five movies to get you through the worst times* And much more!

An inspiring mix of sage advice, go-girl humor, lonelyhearts empathy, and practical fun, The Girls' Guide offers quizzes, Top Five Lists, must-do activities, and sound guidelines for weathering a period that-if it can only be lived through-will leave anyone stronger.

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Marilbine
There are a lot of books out there about helping you deal with a devastating break up. Some take a psychological perspective, helping you analyze what went wrong in the relationship. They help you understand the WHY of it all. Others take a more philosophical or spiritual look at your heartbreak. They can help you find meaning and purpose in what you have endured. This is not that book.

This is a book that talks to you like a friend, acknowledging how crappy you feel and agreeing that it sucks. It helps you think of ways to get out of work for a few days while you wallow and explains exactly why you shouldn't call him. It gives you a comforting hug, then shakes you awake when you're ready.

It's all about YOU. Helping you focus on what you need to do to get better, feel stronger and eventually be happy and ready to move on.
BlessСhild
Liked the blatant honesty. Great food for thought. Writing and reading about the issues is the easy part, and makes sense. Doing all that is required is up to person's own dedication and actions. That's where the difficulty lies. Great advise, and well written, with added humor. It's good to laugh even when you feel helpless.
zmejka
I wish I had of found it even sooner than I did after my last heartbreak - it had all the advice I needed to hear, all the context setting so that I stopped making bad choices. This book really is like having a 24/7 girlfriend for advice and consolation after a breakup.

I would highly recommend this book to any woman going through a breakup.
Shaktit
This book helped me greatly recover from my broken heart. She knew exactly what i was feeling and what i was thinking. This book saved me a lot of embarrassment! and it gave me hope. i loved it so much that when my gf was going thru a break up i gave her my copy (even with the comments i made in each corner and all the highlighting) I'm seriously thinking about buying another copy just in case...
Taur
Bought for a friend. It seemed to be in the conditioned described. She never complained to me. Was received quickly.
Fordredor
I bought this for my girlfriend that just went through a devastating break up. It didn't automatically erase her hurt but it definitely brought a smile to her face...and helped with the healing process.
Anayaron
I bought this for my daughter..she was having a difficult time when she and her boyfriend had a brief first, break up. I actually enjoyed it too much...she was too busy crying! :)
I highly recommend this book to anyone who is going through or recovering from a breakup. It is not a step-by-step guide to recovering from a breakup -- that would be so boring and I doubt anyone in a breakup state of mind would feel inclined to read or pratise it. Instead, the author offers you her friendship and support as she holds your hand and walks you through your ordeal, starting from the First Few Days where all you are required to do is Just Keep Breathing. There is no trace of preachiness or holier-than-thou-ness in the book. Instead, you feel that the author is going through the pain with you. But at the same time that she offers you her friendship, she is also there to ensure that you do not wallow in too much sadness and die of a broken heart (no man is that worthy!). She props you up when you trip over and encourages you to press on, like when you make that call that you know you shouldn't and she has told you not to and why not. In addition to the sound, practical and pragmatic advice, what distinguishes this as an outstanding book is the empathy and forgiveness that comes across. With some quiet humour and lots of common sense, you are encouraged (and sometimes pushed along) to continue placing one foot in front of the other day by day, until you yourself recognise that by doing this simple act (and continue breathing), you are already moving on and getting better. The author has done a wonderful job. She surely has been there before and knows what she's talkiing about. She's now back as a friend and supporter -- yours. Get this book!