Book Reviews of Letting Go

Letting Go
Author: Zev Wanderer
ISBN-13: 9780446341370
ISBN-10: 0446341371
Publication Date: 12/1981

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Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Years ago, this book helped me maintain my sanity, my dignity and, ultimately, my self-respect through the second bad break-up in my life. The first one didn't go as well. Not having had access to this book, at the time. That first break-up also took a lot longer to get over. Even though it came after a much shorter relationship than the second one.

If you are suffering from rejection, a break-up, a personal loss or even a hopeless crush, this is the book to read and follow. It gives you a clear picture of the neurological patterns linking you to the object of your desire and teaches you, step-by-step, how to break those patterns and sever the connection. This can be applied to anything from a relationship breaking up, to grieving a loss, to bad eating habits (although the book does not actually go into anything other than inter-personal relationships, it still applies, I've found). If followed religiously, this system works amazingly well. The book is well written and easy to understand. I recommend it highly. I have bought several copies for friends at one time or another.
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Helpful Score: 2
I dont know how I would have gotten over my broken heart without this book!
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Perfect simple step solution to get you going after being hurt. I enjoyed this read, it also has some great methods on how to be assertive which will help you next time around.
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A 12 week personal action program to overcome a broken heart. A revitalizing short program for getting out of grief and into gladness.
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Overcoming a broken heart