Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends (Rebuilding Books; For Divorce and Beyond)

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends (Rebuilding Books; For Divorce and Beyond)
  • Bruce Fisher
  • English
  • 17 August 2019
  • 1886230692

10 thoughts on “Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends (Rebuilding Books; For Divorce and Beyond)

  1. Traummachine says:

    This is a book for people who need help recovering from a devastating break up, but evenimportant, it s a book for people who are ready to grow, to work on overcoming your childhood issues, for taking off the masks you ve worn and being truly happy with the real you You could get a lot out of this book even if you re not ready to grow, but the true beauty of it is when you are, especially if you can combine it with another book, or a support group, or therapy I think reviewing the lesson This is a book for people who need help recovering from a devastating break up, but evenimportant, it s a book for people who are ready to grow, to work on overcoming your childhood issues, for taking off the masks you ve worn and being truly happy with the real you You could get a lot out of this book even if you re not ready to grow, but the true beauty of it is when you are, especially if you can combine it with another book, or a support group, or therapy I think reviewing the lessons learned by others along with the wisdom found here was really key for me.This is one of those situations where a topic will mean practically nothing to you until the time is right I really read this book cover to cover several times, but it s only recently that I feel like I ve completed it There were chapters I d read and go gee, ya think , and then six months later the same chapter would be exactly what I needed to hear right then I have and will continue to have setbacks from time to time, but I think the authors put it best Becoming a healthy person emotionally is like climbing a slide in the playground You progress up so far, then lose your grip and slide back down Then the next time you are able to climb to a higher point Although each relationship that ends may put you back down the slide, when you climb again, you know how to climb higher and becomehealthy.

  2. Laura LePage says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Of course it isn t a magic bullet for everyone It certainly clears the way for forgivenessfor yourself and the other.

  3. Rachel Croce says:

    From the outdated material, to the loading questions, to the bias content, to the illusions of formulaic processing, I m feeling slightly concerned this book released it s 4th edition in 2016 Not only is the adviseopinion that evidence based, I found there were a ton of contradictions and just plain bad advise Please find another book to read if you are going through the ending of a relationship marriage domestic partnership The one positive thing if you hope to hone in on anything fro From the outdated material, to the loading questions, to the bias content, to the illusions of formulaic processing, I m feeling slightly concerned this book released it s 4th edition in 2016 Not only is the adviseopinion that evidence based, I found there were a ton of contradictions and just plain bad advise Please find another book to read if you are going through the ending of a relationship marriage domestic partnership The one positive thing if you hope to hone in on anything from this book was the check lists at the end of each chapter Some helpful indicators to assess where you are in a healing process Otherwise, please please please STOP publishing this book

  4. Luminea says:

    Overall this was a very helpful book I had looked through it many years ago but picked it up again recently to help me understand what a friend of mine is going through now I was surprised when the book made me aware of some unresolved feelings from my own past relationships that I thought were no longer an issue for me One thing I do not agree with about this book is that this journey is a linear process I do not feel that I must work through all of one chapter before moving on to the next, Overall this was a very helpful book I had looked through it many years ago but picked it up again recently to help me understand what a friend of mine is going through now I was surprised when the book made me aware of some unresolved feelings from my own past relationships that I thought were no longer an issue for me One thing I do not agree with about this book is that this journey is a linear process I do not feel that I must work through all of one chapter before moving on to the next, as certain issues will surface and possibly resurface at different times, and several may come up at once or in a different order than they are presented in the book I found it helpful to read the book in its entirety first and then to go back and work on the chapters that I feel are most important for my healing at this time.Sometimes the exercises suggested in the chapters are not particularly helpful to me, or else I feel like we have only scratched the surface of an idea and there is a lotto explore However, each chapter is very valuable in the concepts that it expresses and the way it gets you thinking and feeling about yourself and your situation I will go out and seek other books and materials to compliment the information I have learned here and dig deeper in some areas where need be.I am very grateful to this book for being so thorough and inviting me to examine many different parts of the letting go and rebuilding process It has given me a great deal of self awareness and left me feeilng empowered and excited to tackle these old issues now and make my life the best that it can be I definitely recommend this book for anyone who has lost an important person relationship in their life It will give you tools and ideas on how to cope and recover

  5. Heather says:

    I really thought this book would help me heal It seemed to solve everyone else s problems, but I guess they all have hearts that work in mechanical order But with four page chapters on the stages I would go through, it did nothing for me I tried to force myself to have the stages in nice, neat order, the ones I was supposed to have, and it was disasterous Emotions don t happen in nice, neat order In one month, one week, one day even I might slide from rage to depression to guilt to loneli I really thought this book would help me heal It seemed to solve everyone else s problems, but I guess they all have hearts that work in mechanical order But with four page chapters on the stages I would go through, it did nothing for me I tried to force myself to have the stages in nice, neat order, the ones I was supposed to have, and it was disasterous Emotions don t happen in nice, neat order In one month, one week, one day even I might slide from rage to depression to guilt to loneliness to acceptance I felt like I was failing The simplistic descriptions of emotional states and then a checklist of if you re ready to move on is a linear, shaming process Get a therapist, journal, freak out at close friends, accept wherever you are in your OWN process and don t let a book dictate the right way to heal

  6. nata says:

    I wish I have found this book a decade earlier, it s a great tool for personal growth that I have already recommended to some friends While the title might lead you to think that it s a self help book for recent divorcees, it is not Going through a divorce is the showcase, but the book itself isabout learning from the experience of a life crisis It presents a nice framework to learn dealing with emotions in a constructive and productive way, to develop personally, to take control for yo I wish I have found this book a decade earlier, it s a great tool for personal growth that I have already recommended to some friends While the title might lead you to think that it s a self help book for recent divorcees, it is not Going through a divorce is the showcase, but the book itself isabout learning from the experience of a life crisis It presents a nice framework to learn dealing with emotions in a constructive and productive way, to develop personally, to take control for your own life decisions and accept them, and actually be fine with yourself Are you still reading this review I suggest go and read the book instead

  7. Mediaman says:

    For all the positive reviews I was expecting this book to be the end all in coming to terms with divorce Instead, it s an outdated, glib, simplistic overview of the stages you go through after divorce with very little actual practical advice Not well written and at times frustrating to read, it slike an outline instead of an actual developed book Using it with the workbook may help I didn t have the workbook but reading it as is gives a person very little to work with.The two main thi For all the positive reviews I was expecting this book to be the end all in coming to terms with divorce Instead, it s an outdated, glib, simplistic overview of the stages you go through after divorce with very little actual practical advice Not well written and at times frustrating to read, it slike an outline instead of an actual developed book Using it with the workbook may help I didn t have the workbook but reading it as is gives a person very little to work with.The two main things I got out of the book was that you have to work on your own self esteem to love yourself before you can get back into relationships And part of that work involves figuring out how you originally adapted to your upbringing so you can make corrections based on mistakes you made in marrying the first spouse But those are simple observations and this book doesn t take you step by step through how to resolve self esteem or upbringing issues The longest chapter is about anger and while it s good to address the issue I came away feeling like I learned nothing from it because there was so little practical advice on how to change The exercises or how to parts of the book are pretty much worthless The authors tackle a topic, write a couple paragraphs on it not anywhere near enough , then claim to give you suggestions but instead often just relate a story of how someone else improved If you are looking for practical, hands on tips to work through these issues they aren t in this book.The book is really old originally written in 1981 , the main author died years ago, much of the material was taken from seminars he gave, and the oddest part is that the book is unsure whether it wants to address the spiritual aspects of marriage Since so many churches use this book for divorce recovery groups the issue of religion is addressed briefly but is barely alluded to If you are a conservative Christian you ll find the book to be liberal in its view of sexuality and disappointing in its unwillingness to address the spiritual aspects of marriage and family I d even say I don t understand why churches would use this book it is too shallow to have much practical use

  8. Marie-claude Perras says:

    I started reading rebuilding when your relationship ends 2 years ago I stopped because my married life improved and I read it completely in 2012 The analogy with a mountain you trekk through is apt The book provides a solid foundation to explain the myriad emotions we have to work through as we separate from a loved one denial, fear, adaptation, loneliness, friendship, guilt and rejection, grief, anger, letting go, self worth, transition, openness, love, trust, relatedness, sexuality, single I started reading rebuilding when your relationship ends 2 years ago I stopped because my married life improved and I read it completely in 2012 The analogy with a mountain you trekk through is apt The book provides a solid foundation to explain the myriad emotions we have to work through as we separate from a loved one denial, fear, adaptation, loneliness, friendship, guilt and rejection, grief, anger, letting go, self worth, transition, openness, love, trust, relatedness, sexuality, singleness, purpose as well as freedom Every chapter ends with a self test to evaluate your progress.This is a book you will read in one shot to understand the road ahead and then, as you walk the road, you will be able to read one chapter at a time according to how it resonates with you I liked the book It had a profound impact on me It s a very good mix of hands on tips, theoretical concepts I feel stronger for having read the book I feel I need to focus on myself after having read this book I need to give myself time to heal, time to grow and time to figure out my next steps.I recommend this book to all in a tough mariage situation You will not regret it regardless of whether you decide to complete the process or stop mid stream during the process There is an appendix on Healing separations which is most interesting I also loved learning about growing relationships and common misconceptions associated to these relationships Of note as well, the bibliography is quite extensive and helps determine what to read next.My next book will be Loving Choices by the same author

  9. Christian Overbey says:

    This is a must have book if you have the problem of rebuilding before you This presents a step by step process from the most basic to thesophisticated aspects of life.There are a number of exercises, most at the end of each chapter I did most of them and found life improving each time I am not religious and found that aspect to be a little annoying about this book Many will find it useful It is just a little bit religious.It is appropiately touchy feely Get into it.If you need this b This is a must have book if you have the problem of rebuilding before you This presents a step by step process from the most basic to thesophisticated aspects of life.There are a number of exercises, most at the end of each chapter I did most of them and found life improving each time I am not religious and found that aspect to be a little annoying about this book Many will find it useful It is just a little bit religious.It is appropiately touchy feely Get into it.If you need this book, you will probably appreciate the 10 week course also Look for it near you

  10. Andrew says:

    I wish I hadn t needed this book if wishes were horses My therapist had me read this book while going through my separation and divorce I found the information to be useful and well laid out At many points I found myself wondering How did he know exactly what I was thinking I am healthier for reading this book and feel better equipped for healthier relationships in the future I strongly recommend this book as part of a healing process for anyone dealing with the end of a relationsh I wish I hadn t needed this book if wishes were horses My therapist had me read this book while going through my separation and divorce I found the information to be useful and well laid out At many points I found myself wondering How did he know exactly what I was thinking I am healthier for reading this book and feel better equipped for healthier relationships in the future I strongly recommend this book as part of a healing process for anyone dealing with the end of a relationship

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