Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends (Rebuilding Books; For Divorce and Beyond)

Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends Rebuilding Books For Divorce and Beyond If you re putting your life back together after a divorce you need this book an all new revised updated and expanded edition of a best seller

  • Title: Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends (Rebuilding Books; For Divorce and Beyond)
  • Author: Bruce Fisher Robert Alberti Virginia Satir
  • ISBN: 9781886230699
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • If you re putting your life back together after a divorce, you need this book an all new revised, updated and expanded edition of a best seller

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    1. This is a book for people who need help recovering from a devastating break-up, but even more important, it's a book for people who are ready to grow, to work on overcoming your childhood issues, for taking off the masks you've worn and being truly happy with the real you. You could get a lot out of this book even if you're not ready to grow, but the true beauty of it is when you are, especially if you can combine it with another book, or a support group, or therapy. I think reviewing the lesson [...]

    2. I really thought this book would help me heal. It seemed to solve everyone else's problems, but I guess they all have hearts that work in mechanical order. But with four page chapters on the "stages" I would go through, it did nothing for me. I tried to force myself to have the stages in nice, neat order, the ones I was supposed to have, and it was disasterous. Emotions don't happen in nice, neat order. In one month, one week, one day even I might slide from rage to depression to guilt to loneli [...]

    3. Of course it isn't a magic bullet for everyone. It certainly clears the way for forgivenessr yourself and the other.

    4. For all the positive reviews I was expecting this book to be the end-all in coming to terms with divorce. Instead, it's an outdated, glib, simplistic overview of the stages you go through after divorce with very little actual practical advice. Not well written and at times frustrating to read, it's more like an outline instead of an actual developed book. Using it with the workbook may help (I didn't have the workbook) but reading it as is gives a person very little to work with.The two main thi [...]

    5. Overall this was a very helpful book. I had looked through it many years ago but picked it up again recently to help me understand what a friend of mine is going through now. I was surprised when the book made me aware of some unresolved feelings from my own past relationships that I thought were no longer an issue for me. One thing I do not agree with about this book is that this journey is a linear process. I do not feel that I must work through all of one chapter before moving on to the next, [...]

    6. I started reading rebuilding when your relationship ends 2 years ago. I stopped because my married life improved and I read it completely in 2012. The analogy with a mountain you trekk through is apt. The book provides a solid foundation to explain the myriad emotions we have to work through as we separate from a loved one: denial, fear, adaptation, loneliness, friendship, guilt and rejection, grief, anger, letting go, self-worth, transition, openness, love, trust, relatedness, sexuality, single [...]

    7. This is a must have book if you have the problem of rebuilding before you. This presents a step-by-step process from the most basic to the more sophisticated aspects of life.There are a number of exercises, most at the end of each chapter. I did most of them and found life improving each time. I am not religious and found that aspect to be a little annoying about this book. Many will find it useful. It is just a little bit religious.It is appropiately touchy feely. Get into it.If you need this b [...]

    8. I wish I hadn't needed this book. (if wishes were horses.)My therapist had me read this book while going through my separation and divorce. I found the information to be useful and well laid out. At many points I found myself wondering "How did he know exactly what I was thinking?"I am healthier for reading this book and feel better equipped for healthier relationships in the future. I strongly recommend this book as part of a healing process for anyone dealing with the end of a relationship.

    9. This is one of my favorite books of all time. I have loaned it out to hundreds of clients who were trying to move on from a relationship. Although it is written towards divorce, I have found it just as useful for widows/widowers. Warning: Don't read it like a book. Read a chapter and then spend some time with that chapter then move to the next. When you get to the end, read it again. It will help!Author of The Jessica Hart SeriesJennBrink

    10. Absolutely essential, comprehensive, methodical guide to thoroughly processing a breakup. The best book out there for turning your breakup into an opportunity for personal transformation.

    11. Have read this book several times, each in a book-study group. Have learned much about myself, relationships, and others. Each time I read this, discover what areas I need to work on a little deeper in order to move forward in a positive way. Also, found that with each book study, using different color highlighters for excerpts help to visualize what is, was or might still be an issue.First read in summer/fall 2005; again in spring 2007; winter 2008

    12. Finished! Apparently, I am now the butterfly at the top of the mountain, free to fly and land where I choose. By far the most challenging, and therapeutic,exercise in this book was drafting a goodbye letter to my ex-partner, reading that letter to a sharing partner, and then destroying the letter. Onward to the next chapter in my life!

    13. Pretty good book. Quite badly written but so full of information that is useful. Probably would be useful for anyone as it's not so much about relationships, but more about personal issues and how they impact on relationships. Includes a separation agreement form which I really wish I'd known about a year ago. Would probably have been very useful.

    14. Admitedly I did not read all the chapters. I would like to think that i missed out on advice that would have helped me early on in the seperation, which I probably REALLY could have used. The ones that I did read resonated soundly though in what I was going through and feeling and helped me out tremendously.

    15. The book is older but most of the advice is solid and I found it helpful to circle some things I would like to work on. A quick read and chicken soup for the person who is coming out of a relationship.

    16. Read this book many many years ago after a relationship ended badly and found it helpful about my feelings at the time and really did help me heal. Have given this book to friends who have had relationships end or in a bad relationship since then and they seem to find it helpful also.

    17. I highly recommend this for anyone going through a break up from a long term relationship or a divorce. Quick explanations of why you are feeling what you are at the moment and how to not act out your feelings.

    18. Everybody can learn something from this book. Truly a must if you are going through the trials of a divorce!!

    19. Exercises can be quite challenging it is definetely worth reading it if you happen to be facing such a situation.

    20. This book helped me get through a tough spot in my life, and kept me going when I wanted to give up. Unhelpful psychobabble was kept to a minimum, which I greatly appreciated.

    21. If you're lucky, you'll never have a need to read this book, but I recommend it if you find yourself going through a particularly hard break up.

    22. I found this book really helpful. It was given to me by a very close friend who wanted to help me cope. I found it valuable, eye opening and encouraging when I needed it most.

    23. A good read for people who wish to calibrate their emotional growth to various phases of development subsequent to divorce.

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