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How to Gracefully Exit a Relationship

Frank Love

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ISBN : 9780984346578
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120 pages
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Could there be a painful or costly breakup in your future? According to most relationship statistics, the answer is likely yes! But this doesnt have to be the case. In his new book, How to Gracefully Exit a Relationship, Frank Love reveals whatMoreCould there be a painful or costly breakup in your future? According to most relationship statistics, the answer is likely yes! But this doesnt have to be the case. In his new book, How to Gracefully Exit a Relationship, Frank Love reveals what couples and individuals can do to create more fulfilling partnerships, or to amicably end relationships that arent working - without suffering the emotional, financial and family ruin that major breakups can cause. Far more than just a breakup book, How to Gracefully Exit a Relationship guides readers at every stage of their romantic partnerships, helping them to have the tough, important, conversations that most couples avoid. Readers will learn how to be more honest with their partners so that they can make better decisions in their relationships and enjoy the happiness that eludes many couples. Whether youre beginning a whirlwind romance, seeking to improve your marriage, looking to gracefully separate from your partner, or talking to your teenager about relationships, this is the book for you. How to Gracefully Exit a Relationship reveals: How being realistic about love can make you a powerful partner- How to get what you want out of your relationship - and ensure your partners needs get met as well- How to have the conversations that keep you together, or let you part without drama- When and how to have the talk- How much space you need after a breakup- What to do if you think your partner is crazy- How to tell the kids- and How to be friends with your ex. Dont think a breakup can happen to you? Consider the following: The average person experiences at least two major breakups. (Cha-Cha.com) Approximately half of all marriages in the U.S. end in divorce. (Divorcerate.org) The average cost of divorces involving lawyers is about $1,500 for uncontested divorces and more than $15,000 for contested divorces. (Forbes.com) Unhappily-married individuals report lower levels of emotional and physical well-being than single people.(American Psychologist, 2006) Family violence accounts for 11 percent of all violence, and 49 percent of those crimes involve spouses or ex-spouses. (Department of Justice) When we accept that breakups are a real possibility in any romantic relationship, and discuss this reality with our partners early on, we can have more honest relationships - and minimize the devastation and drama if the partnership changes or ends.