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Best Breakup Books You Should Read

While there are many courses and tutorials online, learning from a book is still one of the best ways to greatly improve your skills. Below I have selected top Breakup books.

Getting Past Your Breakup: How to Turn a Devastating Loss into the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You (2009)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadIt’s over–and it really hurts. But as unbelievable as it may seem when you are in the throes of heartache, you can move past your breakup. Forget about trying to win your ex back. Forget about losing yourself and trying to make this person love you. Starting today, this breakup is the best time to change your life for the better, inside and out. Through her workshops and popular blog, Susan Elliott has helped thousands of people transform their love lives.
Author(s): Susan J. Elliott

It’s Called a Breakup Because It’s Broken: The Smart Girl’s Break-Up Buddy (2006)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadThere’s no doubt about it—breakups suck. But in the first few hours or days or weeks that follow, there’s one important truth you need to recognize: Some things can’t and shouldn’t be fixed, especially that loser who dumped you or forced you to dump him.
Author(s): Greg Behrendt, Amiira Ruotola-Behrendt

Have a Nice Life Asshole: Breakup Stress Reliever Adult Coloring Book (2016)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadRevenge is a dish best served cold, but sometimes you can’t wait that long.
Author(s): Creative Collective

The Breakup Bible: The Smart Woman’s Guide to Healing from a Breakup or Divorce (2011)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadBreakups are an unfortunate but inevitable part of every woman’s life, and there’s no denying that the heartache experienced after the ending of a serious relationship can be excruciating. But it doesn’t have to feel insurmountable, and there is always hope to be found.  In The Breakup Bible, psychotherapist and breakup expert Rachel Sussman reveals the secrets every woman needs to get her life back on track.
Author(s): Rachel Sussman

No Breakup Can Break You: The Definitive Recovery Guide for Men (2019)

 Best Breakup Books You Should Read“Strap yourself in my friend because your recovery starts right here.”Man oh man – breakups are brutal. In fact, according to the research, they are even harder on guys than they are on women. If you’re reeling from a recent breakup, don’t worry, this book’s got your back.
Author(s): Nick Dawson

Bad Breakup (Billionaire’s Club) (2018)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadThe first sign of trouble was the rough, masculine voice.The second was the Scottish accent.God, Cecelia loved Scottish accents.The last was the scent—his scent—familiar and uniquely Colin.Cecelia had been through bad breakups before but none had compared to the two, yes two, that had come at Colin’s hands, because she was apparently glutton for punishment and didn’t know better and was young and stupid and in love.Had been in love. Twice.And she’d had her heart broken.
Author(s): Elise Faber

The Modern Break-Up (2019)

 Best Breakup Books You Should Read"When it comes to dating, I seem to be going around in a circle. The ones I want don't want me, and the ones who want me, I don't want." -Amelia “I don’t know, I just think there’s too much miscommunication between guys and girls. I mean, no one knows what the fuck is going on. We need to have the discussion.
Author(s): Daniel Chidiac

Ignore the Guy, Get the Guy – The Art of No Contact: A Woman’s Survival Guide to Mastering a Breakup and Taking Back Her Power (2013)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadThis book is for all of you beautiful women (yes, that means you) who are overwhelmed by a breakup. This is your survival guide, breakup bible, and how to guide that will get through the weeks or months following a breakup with your pride and dignity intact. Every woman can reverse a breakup. It doesn’t matter what the circumstances are if you play your cards right from the beginning and learn how to shift the power back in your favor after a breakup.
Author(s): Leslie Braswell

How to let go – A breakup recovery guide to grieving, healing & loving yourself (2015)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadBreak-ups affect us all, young or old. The end of a relationship – and it is a loss – creates a grieving process that is often hard to reconcile. The act of ending a relationship can lull you into a sense of depression, worthlessness, loneliness and general misery. Sound familiar? And your friends all tell you getting over a breakup is easy, “All you need is to get out there and meet someone better.” Easier said than done, right?
Author(s): Ann Meadows

Getting Over A Breakup: 75 Easy Steps To Get Over A Breakup (2016)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadNew York Times best selling author Kate Anderson brings you her latest book to help those suffering the pain of a separation. Getting Over A Breakup contains 75 easy to follow steps, broken into 3 sections, to help you get over the pain and anguish of a breakup and to move on with your life. – Dealing with social media, friends and family – Huge mistakes to avoid!
Author(s): Kate Anderson

Breakup (A Kate Shugak Investigation) (1600)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadTHIS IS BRAND NEW BOOK.WE PROVIDE 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.
Author(s): Dana Stabenow

Who Am I Without You?: Fifty-Two Ways to Rebuild Self-Esteem After a Breakup (2015)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadIf a breakup or divorce has drained your confidence and shattered your self-esteem, this book is for you. Written by a clinical psychologist and expert in women’s health, Who Am I Without You? will help you work through your heartache, rediscover your self-worth, and learn to live and love again. Breakups can send you into a tailspin, causing an identity crisis and loss of self-worth. So how do you get back to the person you once were? Who Am I Without You?
Author(s): Hibbert PsyD, Christina G., Sue Patton Thoele

The Breakup Band Aid: A 12-Step Program to Help You Kick the Addiction to Your Ex (2017)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadCan’t get over your ex? We’ve all been there. Throwing your ex’s new girlfriend over a banister when you are drunk. Sleeping with randoms just so you don’t have to be alone. Crying incessantly in public. Can’t eat. Can’t sleep. Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah. Now, get the $@&% over it!
Author(s): Sarah Melland

How To Get Over Your Breakup: The Definitive Guide To Recovering From A Breakup and Moving On With Life (2017)

 Best Breakup Books You Should ReadBest selling author Rachel Adamson has a created a simple and easy way to deal with heartbreak. Full of practical advice that gets to work immediately, Adamson has distilled and removed all the nonsense out there and brought you the definitive guide to getting over a broken relationship.
Author(s): Rachel Adamson

Best Breakup Books You Should Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some breakup books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

The Polyamory Breakup Book: Causes, Prevention, and Survival

Author(s): Kathy Labriola, Lacey Johnson
ID: 2438991, Publisher: Thorntree Press, Year: 4 Oct 2019, Size: 2 Mb, Format: epub

The Breakup Hair Handbook

Author(s): Jenna Luecke
ID: 2901252, Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing, Year: 2021, Size: 47 Mb, Format: epub

American Secession: The Looming Threat of a National Breakup

Author(s): F. H. Buckley
ID: 2521019, Publisher: Encounter Books, Year: 2020, Size: 4 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are truly hot items according to Washington Post, others are written by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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