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The fear of abandonment is one of our most primal fears, and deservedly so. Its pain is often overwhelming, and can leave its mark on the rest of your life. In the midst of the hurt, it s hard to see an end to your feelings of rejection, shame, and betrayal.
In this updated edition of the groundbreaking book, Susan Anderson, a therapist who has specialized in helping people with loss, heartbreak, and abandonment for more than thirty years, shares recent discoveries in neuroscience that help put your pain in perspective. It is designed to help all victims of emotional breakups whether you are suffering from a recent loss, or a lingering wound from the past; whether you are caught up in patterns that sabotage your own relationships, or you re in a relationship in which you no longer feel loved. From the first stunning blow to starting over, it provides a complete program for abandonment recovery.
Going beyond comforting words to promote real change, this healing process will help you work through the five universal stages of abandonment shattering, withdrawal, internalizing, rage, lifting by understanding their biochemical and behavioral origins and implications. New hands-on exercises for improving your life will teach you how to manage the inevitable pain, then go on to build a whole new concept of self, increase your capacity for love, and find new love on a deeper and richer level than ever before."
1. "If there can be a pill to cure the heartbreak of rejection, this book may be it."--Rabbi Harold Kushner, bestselling author of "When Bad Things Happen to Good People "and "How Good Do We Have to Be?"
2. If there can be a pill to cure the heartbreak of rejection, this book may be it. Rabbi Harold Kushner, bestselling author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People and How Good Do We Have to Be?"
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