‘If you have angina, talk to your doctor, but if your heart’s broken, you need Christine’s wisdom’ Carol Cooper
Summer; hazy days where the parks are teeming with happy couples and the sun drenched evenings seem the perfect place for romance. The heat of summer has long been viewed as a time for love, but what if you are heartbroken? What if being surrounded by people in love painfully reminds you of the relationship you have lost?
Christine Webber’s essential book on dealing with one of life’s most common and devastating experiences, the updated How to Mend a Broken Heart, is out now in paperback from Bloomsbury Reader. How should we deal with a broken heart, and is it possible to be single and happy?
This optimistic and inspirational guide explains how to pick yourself up and learn to enjoy being on your own again, so that you can finally begin to get your life back on the right track.
Nowadays, very few of us remain in the same relationship from eighteen to eighty. This means that upheaval and heartbreak are part of life and may happen several times to all of us. Once you have accepted your loss and learned to live without it, you’ll be in a good position to find love, and to be loved, again.