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Heal and Move On: Seven steps to recovering from a break-up [Paperback]

Andrew G Marshall
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7 Feb 2011 Seven Steps

Whether your partner left or it's you who decided to end the relationship, breaking-up is painful, difficult and sometimes overwhelming. Friends and family urge you to forget the past and reach for the future. However, it is never that simple. Before you can move on, you need to understand what went wrong, mourn the loss and, most

importantly, to heal.

In this compassionate book, marital therapist, Andrew G Marshall takes you from hearing the bad news or making the decision to leave, through the fall-out from the split, the first steps of recovery and finally onto making a new life. He covers:

- Knowing when to stop trying and accept the inevitable.

- Why the break-up hurts so much.

- Emotional first-aid to make it through the worst times.

- The difference between looking back and learning, and becoming trapped in the past.

- What helps and what hinders recovery.

- Making sense of your break-up.

- Helping your children cope.

- Learning how to fly high again.

With over 25 years' experience as a marital therapist, Marshall draws on hundreds of case studies, and provides sensible, compassionate and practical advice.

(Some of the exercises in this book have appeared in I Love You But I'm Not In Love With You by Andrew G. Marshall, published by Bloomsbury)

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  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing (7 Feb 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1408802600
  • ISBN-13: 978-1408802601
  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 17.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 122,695 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Andrew G. Marshall is the UK's best-known marital therapist and writer on relationships. He regularly writes for The Mail on Sunday, Psychologies and magazines around the world. He has also appeared on programmes such as the Lorraine Kelly Today and the Chris Evans Show on BBC Radio 2. The Guardian has described his work as 'wonderfully comforting' and 'I feel light headed and giggly as if someone has just made sense of me' and the Evening Standard as 'insightful'. As well as books, Andrew runs regular workshops and is a much sort after speaker. There is more information at www.andrewgmarshall.com

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Book Description

A positive and practical guide to dealing with break-ups, understanding what went wrong and learning to move on

About the Author

Andrew G Marshall is the author of I Love You But I'm Not in Love With You, How Can I Ever Trust You Again? and the Seven Steps series of practical relationship manuals. His books have been translated into over fifteen different languages. He writes for the Mail on Sunday, The Times, the Guardian and Psychologies magazine. He lives in West Sussex.



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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great little book 30 Aug 2011
This short book is anything but short when it comes to practical suggestions and strategies to help you heal and move on after a relationship break-up whether you are the "leaver" or the "sticker".
Mr. Marshall's approach is both practical and compassionate. He takes the reader through the 7 stages of the process offering ideas for moving on to the next step. He also explains the importance of understanding individual responsibility for the break- up so as to learn for the future.
What I particularly liked are the breakthrough tips designed to prevent you from getting stuck at any stage and the practical suggestions for working out whether the relationship is recoverable . There are also a couple of very useful sections on reclaiming yourself and when and how to go about considering a new relationship.
This is above all a book which you can dip into time and time again and always find something new to support you wherever you are on this difficult journey and as such is money very well spent.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Making sense of pain and finding a way through 4 Nov 2011
I found this little book another helpful guide from Andrew G Marshall. I find his topics cover most of the essential areas needed by people experiencing confusion, fear and crises. His writing style is always helpful - there is no sense of being lectured to or patronised. He simply provides clear advice, easily digested and supported with suggestions, tips and exercises.

This book helps make sense of the pain of the end of a relationship and the stages that a person goes through without being made to feel that there is something wrong with you because you are unable to just forget about it or get over it. He helps explore why you are going through what is happening and why you feel so stuck.

The other thing I find so useful in this book is his ability to explain the sense one has of having moved on but at the same time realising that it is only a superficial move. The confusion that results when the relationship is officially over but you find you are still unable to leave the image of yourself connected to your former partner, or unable to find new relationships.

Andrew G Marshall is an important contributor to the literature of self help in personal and sexual relationships.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Paved the way for a proper recovery 18 Dec 2011
By Chris
I read "Heal and Move On" and it was like having the fog lifted from my eyes. I felt so lost and unsure about what was happening, and what the right thing to do was, until I read it - it wasn't an instant solution but it helped me to understand and paved the way for a proper recovery. Andrew Marshall offers a candid and experienced foundation for getting back on your feet, and goes into detail in a way that gets you to answer your own questions, at your own pace.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Moving on after 17 Mar 2013
By Mary
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if you have had problems with relationships and had upseting endings
I would highly recommend this book a very good read and know this will help me move on
after my very long relationship
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