Wednesday, April 15, 2009

It's Called A Break Up Because It's Broken

There are those times that we beg, pray, wish with all our might that there's a guide that will tell us what to do or what decisions to make during life's most crushing, crucial parts. Well, guess what, one book on how to get over one is now available in your nearest bookstore.

I consider myself one of the very lucky few, I've never experienced a real break-up. Yet. But once, I nearly did and I felt all the mass of the entire universe was sitting on my chest. I can't imagine what it must feel like for the real thing. I think I will combust entirely :(

I read this book, It's Called A Break Up Because It's Broken by Greg Behrendt and Amira Ruotola-Behrendt, hoping to get some sense of what to do when time calls for it. I'd like to get equipped for that when the situation comes, so this one book is seriously one of my best arsenals.

The book teaches women/ladies/girls how to keep their dignity during and even after a break-up. Most of the time we have no idea that the things we do makes it worse; this book will open your eyes (though puffy from crying) and make you realize that you deserve something better than all that heartache.

If you're going through a difficult break-up, this will serve as a guide on the do's and dont's and when you start to back slide! And if you're on the process of finally getting over, this book will help you get over your confusion, feelings of dejection and even loneliness. There's no better book for helping you switch perspectives on a break-up: this time you think about you. Not you AND him, but just you. Added with straightforward wit, humor and lighthearted break-up stories to make you feel less alone in your sadness.