The Modern Break-Up
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Kevin is a Certified Coach with The Life Coach Institute and he also has his own private practice as a relationship and break up coach. Kevin graduated from DePaul University and completed his Couples Counseling and Therapy Training with The Gottman Relationship Institute, which is based on over 40 years of research on what makes marriages succeed or fail. Eight years ago, he went through a devastating break up that brought him to the lowest point of his entire life. After hitting rock bottom, he had a spiritual awakening that propelled him on the path of self-discovery. Using the breakup as a catalyst for his transformation, Kevin embarked on a journey of personal growth, determined to bounce back from the break up as a better person. He emerged from the experience a changed man and went on to help millions of people through the painful process of getting over a break up. Today, he lives in Chicago Illinois with his incredibly supportive girlfriend, helping people with their most pressing relationship issues.
That book isn't on this list, because who wants to read about a cheating dude after a breakup? Regardless of how I feel about its source, that brutal sentiment will ring painfully true for anyone who's just had their heart broken: When you're in the midst of a separation, it feels like you will never, ever stop loving the other person. Luckily, I can personally attest to the truth of that "time heals all wounds" adage, but unluckily, I can also personally attest to the truth of that "patience is a virtue" adage. And honestly, who feels virtuous after a breakup? So while you wait for patience and time to work their magic, I suggest you take matters into your own hands and nudge the healing forward by reading some books about breakups and heartbreak. If you are anything like me, reading through these books will require that you carve out an entire afternoon for a good, long cry. But there's plenty of humor to be found in these books, and a lot of optimistic thinking about future love, too.