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“A must read for anyone who is dealing with the pain of a breakup or contemplating ending a relationship.”
Every Ending is a New Beginning:
The Journey from Breaking Up to Moving On
Discover how to cope and move on after breakups by keeping things in perspective.
When it comes to love and relationships most of us fail our way to success. Very few people hit a homerun their first, second, third, or fourth time up at bat. If this were not the case, we would all be married to our high school sweethearts!
With each failed relationship, heartache, or betrayal we are presented with an opportunity to either craft or refine our mate selection screening process and “must haves list” for choosing our next mate. A breakup is confirmation a mistake was made in someone’s mate selection process.
There is no amount of work or communication that can overcome being with someone who does not share your same values or want what you want for the relationship.
No one is stuck with anyone. Suffering is optional.
The goal is to have a soulmate not a cellmate.
Here’s what else you’re going to learn inside:
- The three main reasons why couples break up
- Why you should beware of trial separations
- How to let go and move on
- Why you should enact the “no contact rule” after a breakup
- How to avoid romanticizing the past and focus on the future
- The breakup method for when you need to end a relationship
- New Beginnings – How to get back into the swing of dating again
“Some people come into our life as blessings. Some come in your life as lessons.” – Mother Teresa
About the Author
Kevin Darné is the author of My Cat Won’t Bark! (A Relationship Epiphany). The book is about learning how to approach relationships with complete awareness, having realistic expectations, and using self-empowerment techniques. My Cat Won’t Bark! is laced with several humorous anecdotes and has received some noteworthy positive editorial reviews from the likes of Publishers Weekly, Reader’s Favorite, and Midwest Book Review.
His follow up book Online Dating: Avoid the Catfish! (How to Date Online Successfully) was published in August 2019. Darné reveals the six mistakes many people make, how to dodge the friend zone, sidestep the long-distance relationship trap, and avoid the catfish but most of all you’ll learn how to have fun again when dating! Online Dating: Avoid the Catfish! is a must read for anyone considering using an online dating site or app!
Pump Your Brakes! How To Stop Having Bad First Dates was published in March 2020. Pump Your Brakes! How To Stop Having Bad First Dates helps daters keep things in perspective. “Relax, It’s just a date! No one is asking you to decide on whether to cut the red wire or the blue wire. Dating is supposed to be a fun sociable activity!” This is especially true of a first date. Pump Your Brakes! provides advice and tips on: The four steps to finding your ideal mate, How to avoid becoming emotionally invested too quickly, What to do if you’re ghosted, How to avoid dating burnout, and How to distinguish a “situationship” from a relationship.
Every Ending Is A New Beginning (The Journey from Breaking Up to Moving On) published in January 2021 is a must read for anyone who is dealing with the pain of a breakup or contemplating ending a relationship. Discover how to cope and move on after breakups by keeping things in perspective. When it comes to love and relationships most of us fail our way to success.
The goal is to have a “soulmate” not a cellmate. No one is “stuck” with anyone. Suffering is optional.
Kevin’s dating insight has been featured on WGN-TV Morning News Chicago, The Chicago Tribune, NBCNews.com, Cosmopolitan.com, Askmen.com, ReadersDigest.com, Bravotv.com, Match.com, Zoosk.com, Tinder, PsychologyToday.com, Men’sHealth.com, Bustle.com, Babble.com, Romper.com, AARP.org, Redbookmag.com, along with many other digital publications and radio appearances.
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“Never love anyone who treats you like you’re ordinary.” – Oscar Wilde