Marital and relationship breakdown is rife, with 40% of all marriages in the UK ending in divorce. The emotional fall-out from the trauma of a break-up is incalculable. Most will experience draining emotional negativity: for example, they worry no one else will ever want them; or they can't let go of the their ex and live for the day when he or she realises that it's all a big mistake and comes back. Sometimes they seek revenge and damage themselves more than the person they hope to hurt. Others will sink into a general malaise where all pleasure is lost. Here London-based radio Heart FM's popular relationship counsellor Dr Pam Spurr offers a emotional rescue to help those struggling through a break-up throw off excess negative energy through positive living. Packed with tips and advice plus practical assistance in the form of questionnaires, checklists, dilemmas and strategies, Dr Pam's Break-up Survival Kit tackles the problems of moving on, and offers new directions to allow the broken-hearted to rebuild their lives and act positively.