- File Size: 257 KB
- Print Length: 60 pages
- Publisher: Digital Romance, Inc (April 29, 2013)
- Publication Date: April 29, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009AYWTLA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #642,374 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
You Didn't Want Him Anyway: Get Over Any Man in 5 Simple Steps Kindle Edition
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I did find it maybe a little simplistic (but perhaps that's so it can reach a wide audience) and the points were sometimes a little overstated. The only other thing was maybe a bit too much emphasis on dating and finding someone new. I'm sure it's very good advice on finding the next guy and how to not stuff that up by being a sad-sack or how not to choose another drop-kick and so on, but I thought that might be better in a separate chapter at the end for when you're ready to even go there, instead of peppered quite heavily throughout.
I don't know, I think the emphasis needs to be fully on getting over it, building up your confidence and sense of self and just doing things you love, that are good for you, with people that are supportive and cool - just loving and enjoying life on your own buzz. If any romantic goodness comes of that then all the better, I just don't know why women feel (or are made to feel?) as if they can only be happy or valid if they are in a relationship, it's bollocks.
So while my friend is a very intelligent, independent and feisty girl and I know she'll be fine in the end, I'm gonna give this to her anyway. Because even though I can't say for sure if she'll find it helpful, there may just be some useful stuff in there, and it certainly couldn't hurt.
What I like about this e-book is it doesn't propel you to get into another relationship, it just (gently) reminds you that the "ex" ISN'T the only guy in the world for you. And that you deserve a partner who makes you happy and who works hard to honor you and your relationship. It all begins with a big dose of self-compassion and nurturing. Taking care of yourself, reminding you you're valued, loved, and worth the time and effort - this ritual prepares you to eventually (maybe not this second) attract a man who's worthwhile. And that's a lot better than attracting a man of the moment, who's not in it for the long haul. This is really a book about self-care. And how to take steps to enter the dating scene if (and when) you are ready. The worst outcome is you'll feel a whole lot better about yourself so it's easier to move forward with your life - all for a cost less than an espresso. Seriously, what could be better than that?