A delightful interactive roadmap for getting over a broken
heart, with quirky illustrations, song lyrics that totally get it,
recipes for eating your feelings, the unique comfort of making
lists, and much more
A broken heart can feel like the end of the world, but bestselling
author and illustrator Amalia Andrade knows this simply isn't true.
While most of us have moments of loving freely and openly, it is
often hard to sustain this where it matters most--in our intimate
relationships. Why, if love is so great and powerful, are human
relationships so challenging and difficult. If love is the source
of happiness and joy, why is it so hard to open to it fully and let
it govern our lives.
"Most people think of love as a feeling," says David Richo, "but
love is not so much a feeling as a way of being present." In this
book, Richo offers a fresh perspective on love and
relationships--one that focuses not on finding an ideal mate, but
on becoming a more loving and realistic person.
In this powerful memoir of addiction, prison, and recovery, a
reporter and a photographer tell their gripping story of falling in
love, the heroin habit that drove them apart, and the unlikely way
a criminal conviction brought them back together.
Books for a Better Life Award Finalist • LitHub Best Book
of the Month
When Susan Stellin asked Graham MacIndoe to shoot her author photo
for an upcoming travel book, she barely knew him except for a few
weekends with mutual friends at a summer house in Montauk.
From a breakout storytelling star at The Moth, a real-life romantic
comedy about a guy and a girl—and twenty-nine other girls. a
memoir about an unexpected break-up, one self-imposed year of being
single, and how a “nice guy” survived dating in the
Did you know that most self-help programs that
follow the standard success blueprint have a 97% failure rate. The
truth is that the typical personal improvement mantra of tapping
into your willpower and using the power of positive thinking is
actually a recipe for failure.
No matter what else was going on in his life or where he
was--travelling to make movies for G.E., in the California
governor's office, at the White House, or on Air Force One, and
sometimes even from across the room--Ronald Reagan wrote letters to
Nancy Reagan, to express his love, thoughts, and feelings, and to
stay in touch.
Are you frustrated by stymied relationships, missed connections,
and the loneliness of the search for someone to spend the rest of
your life with. Are you ready, instead, to find “The
One”. In Calling in “The One,”
Katherine Woodward Thomas shares her own personal experience to
show women that in order to find the relationship that will last a
lifetime, you have to be truly open and ready to create a loving,
committed, romantic union.