Book: The Breakup Band Aid - A 12-step Program to Kick the Addiction to Your Ex by Sarah Mellandcategories: Book, Self-Help, Breakup Recovery, Non-Fiction, Satire, Humor, Relationships, 12-Step Program, Memoir, Divorce, How-to, Relationship Breakup
Sarah Mellandabout this book: The Breakup Band Aid is a 12-step program to help you kick the addiction to your ex. It is a fun, lighthearted step-by-step guide that will help you laugh, which, let's face it, we know you haven't done in weeks.
This how-to satire also includes helpful tips, do's, don'ts, and activities to do after a breakup. Plus, the best breakup songs, movies, quotes and much more. The Breakup Band Aid has everything you need to get over your ex and under someone new without crying.
I went through a terrible breakup and realized all the breakup books are sappy and exhausting to read. I wanted to make a breakup book that is fun, quick, never taking a breakup so seriously and letting it control your life. I, also, wanted to write from the standpoint of what not to do post-breakup. It was not pretty and did not work. I put in everything I could possibly imagine to get your mind off the breakup and on to a better more fulfilling life. Giving tips on how to pamper yourself, fun activities, great workout classes, new hobbies to develop, etc. I aimed to get your mind off the breakup and focus on you.
While writing this book, I discovered I want to travel. Learning new cultures and seeing all the beautiful places the world has to offer, instead of being stuck in my hometown with one stoplight. I included a quick bucket list as well in this book, and tell the reader to think up their own creative journey.
I want to empower and inspire people. Life isn't over after a breakup. It is just the beginning of a new chapter. A new beginning. A band-aid is just that. A band-aid symbolizes a repair to a temporary wound, just as a breakup is temporary. Your wounds will alway heal, and so will your heart. Ok, enough with being sappy, let's get rowdy and have some flipping fun!
The primary audience for this book is women between the ages of 16-35, but men could read it too and get a good laugh.
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