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RATED 5 HEARTS
HE DID YOU A FAVOR
A Smart Girl's Guide to Breaking Up,
Discovering the Gift of YOU.
- LOVE and ROMANCE, RELATIONSHIPS,
- MIND,BODY,SPIRIT, SELF ESTEEM
- Paperback: 248 pages
- Publisher: Did You A Favor, Inc. (October 31, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0991063503
- ISBN-13: 978-0991063505
Kick that bad boy to the curb and step into your superb life!
Some guy has taken a giant sledgehammer to your heart and you have to clean up the mess. You hurt, big-time. You feel alone, scraping for answers in the bottom of your third tub of “Chocolate Therapy” ice cream. You think you’ll never find anyone as good as he was, e-ver. But what if… he did you a favor? He Did You a Favor is an empowering, humorous, hands-on guide with straight talk and advice to help you break away from Mr. So Very Wrong and break through to the life you desire.
At one time or another, all of us ladies have found ourselves wondering if the relationship we're in will work. How many of us have sat and wondered what in the world went wrong.? One relationship may end and you jump back into another one that is the same as before. Have you ever thought, what am I doing wrong or it's my fault.? Maybe you're holding on because you''re afraid to let go. The book may help you reflect, take a second look as to what the problem really is. The author wrote from the outlook, 'been there, done that'. She knows where you're coming from and what you're going through. The relationship ends and you may find yourself eating right out of the ice cream carton, all the while using up the tissues on the endless tears. The author helps you realize that you are not alone. She will help get you on the right track and help you begin a new life. A new life without that bad boy that treated you like dirt beneath his feet. The book will help with the healing of that broken heart. I believe the author has given anyone who has broken up a new outlook. She helps you reclaim your self worth and stop blaming y\ourself. Ms. Rogers provides the tools, understanding and encouragement that will help you begin anew. She helps you pick yourself up and love yourself. You have to love yourself before you can love anyone else. She adds humor, workbook activities and most of all encouragement. There is a quote in the book that I really liked. "So what if the guy who dumped you did you a huge favor? That, in face he helped you (even if it wasn't intentional) because your relationship with him was complete and it was time to move on to someone better?" The author, Debra Rogers wrote a must read for anyone going through a break up, or has gone through one or a woman who just wants to become a better, more powerful person. This is one of the best "self help" books I've ever read. Ms. Rogers, I applaud you.
I would give this book 5 HEARTS.
I was given a complimentary copy of HE DID YOU A FAVOR by Debra Rogers from SPARKPOINTSTUDIO for my honest opinion.
Experience is knowledge. Knowledge is power.
He Did You A Favor is the first
in a series of books that she’s designed to help you get off the couch,
put down the ice cream and be the most awesome person in the world –
She’s here to pass the girl power onto you.
This Queen of Breakovers is your best girl expert in the school of love. With years of dating and breakup experience, including one crushing breakup at eight months pregnant (which evolved into a supportive divorce and loving friendship) – Debra’s earned her relationship MBA. Before He Did You a Favor, Debra worked as a script analyst and Development Associate for both film and television. She also built a successful voiceover career, voicing strong, powerful women in film and television. Through her experience, she discovered her own inner warrior and found that the strong heroines she’d been voicing were also within her. Debra currently lives in the Los Angeles area with her amazing daughter and has finally found true love. She is currently writing the followup books in her Did You a Favor series.
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