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The Frisky 30-Day Breakup Guide: One Month of Manicures, Massages, and Mojitos to Help You Forget About Him Paperback – July 6, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
ill admit, i still occasionally do a facebook stalk of my ex and his (not-so-attractive) new girlfriend, but i can honestly say i'm 99% over the relationship and have moved on to the <> and better things in this great city i call home. the 30 day breakup guide was a big part of that journey and i am hanging on to my copy.
I thought the book was hysterical, and a quick light read. I've passed my copy on to a friend in need and imagine I'll be gifting it as need be since laughter is the best medicine of all and a great first step.
Jamie Beckman gets past the typical breakup rut and just focuses on simple and positive actions you can take that will make you feel good and figure out who the new, single you will be! You may still have low moments but you will have something fun and rewarding to look forward to each and every day.
Maybe a "days 30-60" book is in the works? :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bubbly look at getting over a breakup. Practical tips mixed with humor and an overall feeling of Girl Power. Read morePublished on August 12, 2010 by Julie B
When Beckman broke up with her then-boyfriend three years ago, she could have hidden under the covers, bought endless self-help books of her own, or drank herself into oblivion --... Read morePublished on August 6, 2010 by Adrian Brune
People seem to always forget that a part of you ends when a relationship does. Especially for a long relationship, a part of your life has changed and you have to redefine... Read morePublished on July 17, 2010 by Beth