Troubador After the Split

Released: 29/04/2016

eISBN: 9781785896514

Format: eBook

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After the Split

How to survive the aftermath of a relationship breakup in mid-life

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This is a self-help book written for people in the midst of emotional and often material chaos. Who have to find a way of rediscovering who they are, what they want and to create a new life. All this while they are dealing with potentially damaging emotions.

They sit at home feeling rejected and that their life has been ripped apart at the worst possible time. The future can look very bleak and leave them not knowing how to move forward. This book will help them to:

• Survive the immediate aftermath of the breakup • Make sense of what happened • Take control back • Deal with damaging emotions • Learn from the experience • Prepare to move forward in a positive way

Who am I to write this book?

I am a life coach and work with people going through relationship breakups.

Over the last few years, I have worked with many clients who needed to gain clarity regarding their relationship. This involves understanding their personal situation and seeing how they can change it for the better or making the decision to end it.

I do not judge or advise people, but help clients make the choices which are right for them. I adopt a positive dynamic approach, so when they work with me, clients feel better quickly. Their feedback is unanimously heart-warming and it is a huge privilege to know that I have made a difference in their lives, at a time when they were so distraught and needy.

I want to share my experience, knowledge and expertise to help. I have been through it and remember how it feels.

"I have read Danielle's book a couple of times, it feels like I've sat down and dictated to her how my life has been this last year. I've found it upsetting, cathartic and helpful at the same time. She has a lovely tone and is very knowledgeable".

by Solicitor’s client (March 2016)


“It is a ‘must have book’ if you are separating. It will anchor and prepare you for new beginnings”.

by A. Kitchman, Head of Family Law at Taylor Bracewell.


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