Item description for Life After Your Lover Walks Out: A Practical Guide (10-Step Empowerment Series) by Lynda Bevan...
Your long-time partner has just walked out on you forever:
Do you feel paralyzed or afraid to move on?
Does the thought or sight of your old partner with someone else fill you with rage?
Are you worried or anxious about how to get by financially on your own?
Are you afraid to start another relationship with a new partner?
Do you lack energy and motivation to do anything at all since the break-up?
Do you spend a lot of time thinking how it might have been different?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then this book is for you! Life After Your Lover Walks Out: A Practical Guide, is an honest, straightforward book that helps the reader through each step on the road to recovery. The book identifies the feelings that emerge during this emotional upheaval and offers a reservoir of alternative solutions on how to deal with these emotions. The journey of self-discovery is handled sensitively, and is an essential passage in moving on from an unhealthy relationship to a healthy emotional future.
What People are Saying:
"This is a well thought out, useful litle book that is an excellent guide for those recovering form a broken, long-term relationship." -Robert Rich, PhD, M.A.P.S., author of Cancer: A Personal Challenge
"An excellent tool to help persons move on after the end of a relationship. Life After Your Lover Walks Out highlights the com-mon cognitive distortions and exaggerated emotions and urges the reader to examine their actions and how they perpetuate their feeling of loss. Through the use of introspective questions the book invites the reader to take a journey of self examination in order to accept the loss and to reengage in life." -Ian Landry, MA, MSW, Case Manager
Life After Your Lover Walks Out: A Practical Guide is Book #1 in the 10-Step Empowerment Series
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jun 23, 2006
Publisher Loving Healing Press
ISBN 1932690263 ISBN13 9781932690262
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Reviews - What do customers think about Life After Your Lover Walks Out: A Practical Guide (10-Step Empowerment Series)?
Highly Recommend Oct 10, 2006
Reviewed by Mary Greenwood for Reader Views (9/06)
"Life after Your Lover Walks Out" is a well-written book focusing on the emotional and practical issues that arise when your lover moves on. The author, Lynda Bevan, has over twenty-two years of service in the Mental Health field in the UK. Her marital/relationship counseling and her own personal experiences have given her the expertise and strategies needed to write a good book on coping with life after one's lover walks out.
"Life after Your Lover Walks Out" is designed to be read in less than two hours so that the reader can quickly see the options on how to handle each Step on the way to emotional recovery. "Life after Your Lover Walks Out" identifies the thoughts and feelings that emerge during this difficult time and provides suggestions and ideas on how to cope. There are ten chapters or steps from Step 1: Falling Apart/Shock, and Step 2: Why is this happening to me? to Step 9: Look to the Future, and Step 10: The New You. There is also a bibliography which includes books by Wayne Dyer, Louise Hay, The Dali Lama and James Redfield.
Bevan writes with empathy for the reader. You can tell that she writes from personal experience as she acknowledges the various emotions and thoughts someone feels when a loved one leaves. She gives very practical and sometimes humorous advice, too. For example, in the Grieving Process Step, she has a list of things not to do which include: 1) "Don't do a Bridget Jones and slob out in front of a weepy film" and 2) "Don't replace a relationship by eating lost of food (comfort food)." Bevan anticipates the negative thoughts of the reader and suggests alternatives on how to get through this experience a happier person.
Lynda Bevan's approach is very personal; she is like your best friend who does not judge you and nudges you to go to the next step in your life and recovery. She understands what the readers are going through and wishes the best for them. I highly recommend "Life after A Lover Walks Out" to anyone going through a major relationship upheaval.
Introspective, Practical, Succinct Aug 14, 2006
"Life After Your Lover Walks Out" is a practical guide to help you find life after the break up of a long term relationship. Lynda Bevan takes the reader through the emotional shock of the first two days after a break up, and through the questions of guilt and self worth. She addresses fear of the future, offers suggestions for financial crisis, and walks the reader through the grieving process. Lynda guides the reader through ten steps in this journey of self acceptance and recovery.
The author offers innovative, creative methods for developing strategies to help the reader with finding answers to coping with diverse situations.
Within the text Ms Bevan includes lists of negative steps to avoid and positive steps to take as you work through each process. These suggestions are in an easy to read format which makes them easy to read, review, and assimilate.
Step ten helps you change your mindset to become a new you. The process is defined, explained, and action steps are given for finding new relationships and for letting go of the past.
Lynda Bevan has a long and successful career in the Social Services and National Health Services in the UK. She is well qualified to author this treatise. This is Book I in the 10 Step Empowerment Series, published by Loving Healing Press and is edited by Robert Rich, Ph.D.