The Breakup Bible
The Smart Woman's Guide to Healing from a Breakup or Divorce
By Rachel Sussman
(Harmony, Paperback, 9780307885098, 352pp.)
Publication Date: December 27, 2011
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Breakups are an unfortunate but inevitable part of every woman’s life, and there’s no denying that the heartache experienced after the ending of a serious relationship can be excruciating. But it doesn’t have to feel insurmountable, and there is always hope to be found.
In The Breakup Bible, psychotherapist and breakup expert Rachel Sussman reveals the secrets every woman needs to get her life back on track. Drawing on hundreds of counseling sessions she’s conducted with women at all stages of recovery, Sussman developed a proven 3-phase process for healing from a breakup. The Breakup Bible takes women through Healing, Understanding, and Transformation, with new perspectives and advice from real, healed women at each step. Sussman’s plan for getting over the end of a relationship is revolutionary and sound, complete with steps for creating a personalized Love Map, a vital and groundbreaking tool for moving on after a breakup.
The Breakup Bible proves that it is possible to not only survive a breakup, but to emerge from one as an even stronger, empowered woman.
Rachel A. Sussman, LCSW, is a licensed psychotherapist, writer, and lecturer. As the founder of Sussman Counseling, a psychotherapy practice devoted to treating couples and individuals with relationship dilemmas, Sussman has counseled patients in all phases of dating, marriage, and breakups for over a decade. Ms. Sussman lives in New York City with her husband and daughter. Visit her online at www.rachelasussman.com.
“It’s not the Bible you swear on, but many an ex-wife may find herself swearing by The Breakup Bible.”— Chicago Tribune
“Must-read advice for those going through a breakup or divorce.”— YourTango.com
"The Breakup Bible is here to get you back on your feet." --You Beauty.com
"[Sussman's] book shows that it’s not only possible to survive a breakup, but that you can emerge even stronger and empowered.” -- genConnect.com