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It's Over: How to End a Relationship and Feel Good About Yourself

This book provides an alternative view on why we have relationships, and how to benefit from ending a relationship leaving you in control of your

"Sensible, practical advice that prepares the reader for the next stage of their relationship journey. Fascinating, and compelling advice offered, and definitely on the button from an incredible individual. Highly recommended." Fraser J. Hay

Elsabe Smit's Book It's Over: How to End a Relationship and Feel Good About Yourself will:

  • Help you understand the purpose of your relationship.
  • Explain how your partner thinks.
  • Define true Love and why it is so elusive.
  • Find your motive for staying in a destructive relationship
  • Provide a step by step solution for ending the relationship.
  • Take away your guilt and resentment.
  • Help you discover the value in any relationship - even a bad one.
  • Stop those nightmares and sleepless nights.
  • Explain why it is OK for your relationship to end.
  • Discover why you have stayed in a destructive relationship until now.
  • Explain the true meaning of gratitude.
  • Discover how gratitude releases you from your relationship.
  • Give you a vision of your future.
  • Show you how to find the strength to move on.
  • Teach you to Love the face in your mirror again.

 Written by international renowned pyschic, coach and athor Elsabe Smit, this unique book will prepare you for the next stage in your own personal journey allowing you to take control and live the life you want.

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Published in Audio Books
Sunday, 01 December 2013 16:59

Letting Go Of a Relationship

Why is it that we hold on to relationships long past their natural end?

Think of a friendship that no longer exists.  Do you still remember how your friend insulted or deserted you?  You gained new friends, but you still feel that hurt.

Remember that supervisor who made your life such hell that you left to get a new job?  You smile every time you think what a sad sod that supervisor is, and how much better off you are now.  Or you still resent the opportunity that you missed as a result of that person, even though you gained much more from the new job than from the old one.

Then of course there is your marriage.  You have known for a long time that

Published in Love and Relationships

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