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Aqej posted 11/18/2013 12:09 PM

I feel like reading a good fiction book about a person moving on from a bad relationship would be really therapeutic right now. Like reading PS I love you after losing someone yknow? Any reccomendations?

Skye posted 11/18/2013 14:03 PM

Check out Elizabeth Buchan's books. "Revenge of the Middle Age Woman" comes to mind first, but she has a few others.

Laura28 posted 11/19/2013 04:40 AM

I too liked "Revenge of the Middle Age Woman". I started reading the book but the UK content was a big trigger for me.

I saw the movie first and loved it. It was American.

You might enjoy the book. I don't know. But can highly recommend the movie.

thisissogross posted 11/19/2013 18:40 PM

'she's come undone' by wally lamb, although it may be more convoluted than what you're looking for. Sort of coming of age and moving on from everything from a poor upbringing to a series of bad relationships. I've loved it since forever though, good luck.

jadedheart posted 11/19/2013 19:53 PM

The book On Mystic Lake by Kristin Hannah was a tough, tiggery read but the author knows what it feels like to be a BS. The story of a wife who is betrayed and then goes out and find herself.

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