He's Gone... You're Back: The Right Way to Get over Mr. Wrong

He's Gone... You're Back: The Right Way to Get over Mr. Wrong

by Kerika Fields
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He's Gone... You're Back: The Right Way to Get over Mr. Wrong by Kerika Fields

Your relationship may be over—but you've only just begun. . .

It may have been a long time coming, but the moment in your relationship when you know it's over once and for all, has finally arrived. And while this signifies an ending, it also means a beautiful new beginning. In this supportive and inspiring book, Kerika Fields helps you navigate the dark, scary post-relationship abyss, and come out the other side ready to laugh—and love—again. With humor, understanding—and real-life stories from women just like you—Kerika shows you how to mourn the loss, and move on. Here is a mind, body, and spirit plan for recovery that will guide and reassure you through the worst days, and prepare you for the future—because the best really is yet to come. Discover how to:

   • Commit to your recovery like you were committed to your relationship

   • Avoid becoming another angry, bitter woman (there are enough of those!)

   • Keep showing up to your life—no matter how disappointed or depressed you are

   • Fight—and win—the toughest battle: between yourself and your demons

Complete with a daily self-love checklist, affirmations, recommended reading, an uplifting "You're Back!" playlist to get you dancing through your tears, and much more. Whether you're stuck in the limbo of a painful relationship or struggling in solitude, this invaluable book will see you through to a life filled with abundance and joy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780758229588
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 01/01/2009
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Kerika Fields is a writer whose work has been published in The Amsterdam News, BELLE, Black Elegance, Black Issues Book Review, and The Source, among others. An accomplished photojournalist, Fields has worked with The American Black Film Festival, Essence Communications, The Studio Museum of Harlem, GQ Media & PR, Motorola and Lincoln. Her work appears in Black: A Celebration of a Culture and I Got Your Back by Eddie and Gerald Levert. Fields' photographs have been exhibited at The African American Museum of Philadelphia, The Brooklyn Historical Society, Aurora Gallery, and 40 Acres Art Gallery in Sacramento, just to name a few. A founding member of the She Shootin' Photography Collective.

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Angelemarie More than 1 year ago
Loved this book. I recommend to all, whether in or out of a relationship. Many spiritual insights on top of a great read! Buy this book! You'll love it!
Jarika_Jones More than 1 year ago
This book is the best self help book out there. This book is soo different from most books. It doesn't bash you ex or make fun of him. It takes a positive spin on everything about a break up. It focuses on self recovery instead of man bashing. This book will help you move on with your life and get up and look for a better man.
Reggieteach More than 1 year ago
After recently learning that my relationship with my husband was over, I found this book. It's been such a huge help in navigating the break up and healing process. Somehow, Fields found just the right words I needed to read at just the right time.
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marlo76 More than 1 year ago
kerika puts it in perspective. we all have been there in one way or another. as you read this book you will be saying,thats soo true, over and over again.
msclassydiva More than 1 year ago
Positive, Realistic, Inspirational. A classic "relationship" book.
Damia More than 1 year ago
Out of all the relationship books I have read this one really had a lot of insightful methods to help curtail of the negative effects of relationships. It's a refreshing look at how to take baby steps in healing after a break-up and learning to love yourself in the process. It's a must read!