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Closure and the Law of Relationship: Endings as New Beginnings Paperback – January 19, 2010
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"Who among us hasn't been devastated by the loss of a relationship - whether through separation, divorce, or death? Most of the time, we can't see beyond the present moment and mistakenly believe that life could never be as good without that other person in our daily lives. By the end of the journey through Lissa Coffey's book, Closure, we come to realize that we will be better for having loved, and life will be even sweeter when we start to live it again!" -- Shaun Robinson TV Host, Author of Exactly As I Am
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Lissa Coffey explains just what 'Closure' IS. We are told closure is not feeling grief. Closure takes us beyond grief to learning from change, even to look forward to it. In addition to recovering after loss or learning how to get 'over' and see the good in our old relationships, we are given tips for discovering new and better ones, as well as improving all the continuing relationships we have.
Most readers will find the term "Relationship" applies to a wider area than we had considered. This book is clearly written and shows how to relieve stresses and ill feelings in many more instances than we might expect, as well as opening up possibilities for new and wonderful relationships in the future.
From the beginning, Lissa Coffey assures us that our true self never changes, even if our circumstances do. In the eleven chapters, she calls for a mind shift from regret and wanting to acceptance and celebration. In Chapter Three, she addresses friendship. Having come to love her for her amazing talent for selecting just the right quote, I found this one to be particularly eye-opening. It is one of the reasons we have such a hard time letting go of friendships that we wished would last forever. "Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born."~ Anais Nin
In essence, however, Lissa claims we never really lose our relationships. That is perhaps the key argument of the book. They simply change form. If you believe in past lives, you will come to realize you are simply meeting souls you have known all along.Read more ›
Lissa Coffee understands the human connection and explains the relevance between loss and healing like a good friend.
In spite of its title, the book discusses at extensively exhausting length already existing relatioships (not broken ones) and how to improve them. The author talks a great deal about her new spouse and her children, their new home, etc. The closure and end of relatioships (not just hers) is only discussed minimally and casually if at all.
I was very disappointed.
Well thought out, well written, well done! Thank you..
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Such a great book and the author has such understanding of life and loss. I appreciate her mindset and views as I aspire for the same. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shay
I thought that this book was going to simply be about closure in a breakup - but it turned out to be so much more than that. Read morePublished on March 21, 2014 by Colleen M.
As an avid reader of relationship text and a relationship coach myself, I was pleasantly surprised to learn so much more with this amazingly insightful book. Ms. Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by spiritlawyer
My expectations for this book were very, very high because I was expecting and wanting so much out of it. I have not finished reading it, but it is very good. Read morePublished on July 26, 2013 by K. S. - Arizona
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This is a super basic book. Only good for someone totally clueless on the topic or relationships etc. Read more
Explains the transition to adulthood well. Interesting perspectives and confirm the power of experience. Subject is relavant to all ages.Published on February 18, 2013 by Blanca Lara
This is a very helpful book when you are ready to hear what is being said. Great to go back to for reminders.Published on November 23, 2012 by foxqueen8
This is a great read. Excellent not Only for relationships ending, but for life skills and personal growth and wellness.Published on May 18, 2012 by Baja Gypsy