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Posted January 22, 2011
Do you ever wish that there were a handbook dealing with breakups in relationships that could actually empower you to move on with your life and let go of the past? Susan Russo's There Is Life After What's-His-Name is the answer to your wishes. Russo's approach is your wake up call in this step-by-step recovery guide for those dealing with divorce, heartbreak, or unhealthy relationships.
Russo gleans from her years of experience as a relationship coach to provide practical, usable advice for those dealing with these painfully difficult issues. She also builds upon her previously published works on self-development, and combines that wisdom with sound guidance in navigating your way through troubled relationships.
The conversational style and ease of delivery with which she frames her recommendations, makes There Is Life After What's-His-Name a comfortable read without compromising principles; Russo does not sacrifice honesty when dealing with these issues. She is straight-to-the-point about what one needs to do in order to move on in life. The book offers true-life stories of those who have gone through the pain of divorce or separation, making this book authentic in its content. Indeed, the reader will have no trouble relating to the situations presented.
To quote Russo, "Just because your relationship is over, doesn't mean your life is over." This book delivers the message that it surely is possible to survive broken relationships, with a resounding message that the meaning for life's journey is based upon an internal peace that is not necessarily dependent upon whether or not an individual has a partner on that journey. Russo maintains that having a good life is always based on one's perspective of any given circumstance that touches one's life. It's not what happens in life that matters as much as how one chooses to deal with what happens.
There Is Life After What's-His-Name delivers hope for those who want to take back their power and move on with life, and says, "Yes, you can live life fully!" A must read for anyone who desires to find healing and contentment, despite the disappointment of lost or broken relationships.