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?
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Skye Member Member # 325
Posted: 2:03 PM, November 18th (Monday)
Check out Elizabeth Buchan's books. "Revenge of the Middle Age Woman" comes to mind first, but she has a few others.
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Laura28 Member Member # 28997
Posted: 4:40 AM, November 19th (Tuesday)
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.
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thisissogross Member Member # 30294
Posted: 6:40 PM, November 19th (Tuesday)
'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."A pair of powerful spectacles has sometimes sufficed to cure a person in love." -Friedrich Nietzsche
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jadedheart Member Member # 32046
Posted: 7:53 PM, November 19th (Tuesday)
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.Me 45
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