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Breakup Guide

Are You Going Through a Breakup?

A good breakup starts a new dayBreaking up is incredibly hard to do. Often it’s easier just to stay together.

But what if you can’t stay in your relationship anymore? What if it’s time to move on?

Maybe you already broke up, but it didn’t stick. It hurt too much to stay apart.

Don’t be embarrassed if you find it hard to walk away from a relationship that isn’t working; we’ve all been there.

When you love someone, it’s never easy to to walk away. It doesn’t feel right somehow, NOT to be together.

The best thing to do with a bad romance is create a good breakup. Why make things worse with a messy one?

The Good Breakup

Lots of people think they’re supposed to focus on what was bad about the relationship, and move on as quickly as possible. But that doesn’t work. If you’ve tried it, you already know that.

The Good Breakup Guide is a PDFEven a troubled relationship has good parts. There are things you’ll miss about this person, and the relationship. Those things should be honored, not tossed aside.

The Good Breakup Guide helps you acknowledge the good parts of the relationship even as you let it go.

Do what you can to save your relationship. But when you’re done trying … when you’re exhausted … when it really will be a relief NOT to struggle anymore…

Download The Good Breakup Guide. It will walk you gently but surely through the process of breaking up, and help you make it stick this time.

How Do You Decide?

The Guide starts with an assessment to help you figure out how ready you are. If you’re not ready yet, go through the Guide and do the exercises anyway. It will help you get clear on what you want and need (which might be two different things).

If your head says “Leave” but your heart says “Stay” …

You need facts to help you decide. Are your needs being met? How much of your relationship is really good vs. kind of terrible? The Guide will ask you all the right questions.

If you’re sure you want to leave but you’re worried about your partner*, the Guide will help you have that tough conversation. It will also help you process the relationship as quickly as possible so you can move forward with an open heart.

You’ll instantly get over 50 pages of ideas, tools, and inspiration in this downloadable, bookmarked PDF. Check out these topics.

Table of Contents (Excerpt)

  • Knowing When to Break Up
  • Definition of a Good Breakup
  • QUIZ: How Ready Are You to Break Up?
  • The Breakup Zone
  • Six Things to Expect From Your Partner
  • Should You Try Couples Counseling?
  • Leaving Doesn’t Mean Failing
  • Steps to a Good Breakup
  • Do’s and Dont’s When Breaking Up
  • Don’t Try NOT to Think About Your Ex
  • Feelings Inventory
  • What to Do When You Feel Like Going Back
  • Have a Plan
  • Coping with Sadness, Anger, and Loneliness
  • Your Deal Breakers
  • The Best Match in the World For You

At only $14.95, The Good Breakup Guide is a small investment in your romantic life. Buy it now,  open your confirmation email and start reading right away on the device of your choice.

Note: You DO NOT need a PayPal account to buy the Guide. Just click the button at the bottom of the purchase page that says, “Pay with credit or debit card.”

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Once you’ve completed your purchase, you should receive an email with a download link within minutes. Please contact me if you don’t receive your email promptly.


This is NOT a physical book.

Don’t go through a difficult breakup without a plan.

I wrote The Good Breakup Guide because I know first-hand how complicated and painful breaking up can be. I’ve been through a number of awful breakups myself. Between that and my professional training, I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t when it comes to healing, and truly moving on.

To learn more about me and my background, please visit my About page.

When you’re ready, just click the button above and your personal download link to the helpful Good Breakup Guide will be delivered to your email for just $14.95.


*If your partner has threatened suicide, don’t deal with that alone. Visit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. You’re not responsible for what they do, but there is help available.