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Heartbreak - How to Deal with Breakups Affairs Jealousy and Codependency - cover

Heartbreak - How to Deal with Breakups Affairs Jealousy and Codependency

Gregory Haynes, Betty Fragment, Elsa Harbor, Horton Knight, Lindsay Baines

Narrator Sarah Owen, Sarah Margrave, Chloe Jacobson

Publisher: Efalon Acies

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These book themes are included in this 5-book bundle: 
Theme 1: How do you get over a breakup? It may sound simple when you hear about all kinds of tips, but it’s never easy. Everyone who has gone through it, knows that. 
However, sometimes, relationships have erroneously been broken. Partners may have still been able to turn it into something that was right for the both of them. Perhaps they were compatible after all, but there was miscommunication or some other problem that caused. 
Theme 2: Co-dependent relationships can be quite the challenge. Many people are in one, even though they don’t realize it. It typically consists of a couple enabling each other or manipulating each other, and individuals who lack self-esteem. Or they might have a feeling that the relationship is all they need or will satisfy all their needs. Often, it is based on a lie or a learned pattern from their childhood. 
Theme 3: How do you prevent an affair? 
And if one happens anyway, then how do you heal from unfaithfulness? 
These are two questions that have been asked by many but answered by few. The goal of this guide is to help you understand the answers to these questions, although simplified, and expand on these issues as well. 
Is just flirting harmful? And if so, to what extend? 
Theme 4: Jealousy can be real, and it can be annoying. I think everyone has experienced feelings of jealousy in their lives. It’s normal, but if it isn’t dealt with, it can cause more problems to occur. 
Theme 5: Some people in their midlife time period get trapped into what has been referred to as a “midlife crisis.” Others argue that such a phase does not exist, or if it does, then not everyone goes through it.
Duration: about 4 hours (04:24:02)
Publishing date: 2020-12-10; Unabridged; Copyright Year: — Copyright Statment: —