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Divorce: Breaking Up and Ending an Unhealthy Marriage

Length: 3 hrs and 55 mins
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There's no way to sugarcoat it.... Divorces are hard to deal with. From beginning to end, they can be messy, expensive, mentally and physically draining, and leave you not knowing why or how. This audiobook is aimed at focusing on the root causes of a divorce or break up and how to rectify the situation or simply move on.

Everyone is different, and thus we all have our own different ways of dealing with these types of situations. Not only will this audiobook guide you through the bad and the ugly, it will show you through proven methods of how to get back on your feet and starting living life again.

In this audiobook, you will learn:  

  • What to expect and how to move on
  • The different types of break ups
  • How to understand men
  • How to understand women
  • How to deal with a nasty divorce
  • How to know when it's time to move on
  • How to know when it's worth saving
  • How to bounce back the proper way

Get Divorce: Breaking Up and Ending an Unhealthy Marriage and get your life back on track today!

©2017 K. Connors (P)2017 K. Connors

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Not what the title says

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I am ending a 28 year marriage and was looking for some support in the form of reading material. After getting past 3 chapters and still hearing talk of "how to save the relationship", "if you still want to save the relationship", "doing that will certainly not save the relationship" I was turned off. The title says "breaking up and ending", not how to possibly save a relationship.

Other tips like "Don't break up by email or text", which are repeated more than once, leads me to believe this book is written for younger people breaking off an 18 month dating stint, not longer term married couples having problems at home.

It was also redundant, with phrases like got out of the house and stay busy being repeated over and over again. If you're having trouble moving on emotionally, this book may be good for you, but if you're looking for advice on what to do next after the decision has been made to split, this may not quench your thirst.

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not at all what it says.

warlike advice from that creepy uncle about how to pick up girls using stereotypical sexist language. Very little actual divorce

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Great advice

Easy listen. One sitting. Sounded like it was written for me. Looking forward to the next book. It helped me handle and control my feelings.

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Awesome!

This was the turning point for me. Really working through this book will help you put your situation in perspective and create a solid plan to move forward with your life.

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  • 02-21-19

Contents and title are not in tune

I chose this book for help and guidance after my separation.
My marriage was unhealthy, so I know that this has been a gift disguised in a painful ending (as he did things very wrong and I have my four children)
This book does not speak about unhealthy marriages, nor does it give any advice on what to expect once it has ended.
Questions as; Why am I missing someone that made me so miserable? Why am I still feeling compelled to make everything better? Remain unanswered. Furthermore this book has not even touched similar subjects.
It has spoken about how to get back with a partner after a breakup.
How to understand men.
And how to understand women.
Overall... I listened to the whole book, expecting the relevant information to come up on one of the chapters... To find that the book had ended.
Is this a bad read?
Absolutely not.
I simply feel that by its title, readers are expecting apples to find they have oranges throughout.