The Secret Art of Breaking up: Surviving and Thriving

By Aaron Stevenson & Corey Hague

This book reveals strategies and mechanisms for genuine change and real advice – what to say, what not to say, steps for navigating mediation, legal pathways and timeframes. 

 

It offers in depth guidance to navigate legal issues, practicalities, finances, children, grief and loss.

 

In short, it will help you not only survive a separation, but to thrive through one. 

 

The Secret Art of Breaking Up: Surviving and Thriving offers a range of simple to follow steps to help you throughout relationship trauma.

 

Whether the separation is your choice or not, it’s vital that you go forward with clarity, focus and a plan.

 

"The book is simple, easy to read and flows with practical steps. All the info is probably out there in various forms if you have the time, energy and interest to find it all, but to have it compiled and easily accessible in one spot is what makes it so valuable. "
Darryl
Seymour, Australia
“The invaluable, real life experience and knowledge shared in this book helped me gain understanding…. and support my sister as she journeyed through the process of her divorce.”
Sharon
Fitzroy, Australia
"Many times throughout the course of this book I felt myself saying "YES!" in resonance with the themes and straightforward nature of delivery. I highly recommend this book for any man who feels they may have lost their way, or who is finding navigating relationships to be more like a minefield than a walk in the park."
Josh
Bellarine, Australia
"I’m now rebooted, partnered and in a much better space. It's hard to believe there was a time when I was even suicidal, could not see any hope for my future, thought I would die alone, was drinking heaps, angry all the time. Now my relationship with the kids is better, the time spent is more quality. Once the unknown was taken away, my anxiety subsided and my depression lifted."
Chris
Castlemaine, Australia
"The worksheets were particularly helpful. I saved them to the notes on my phone to remind me of who my supports were and who to rely on for what."
Jenny
Stawell, Australia