Pub. date: Mar. 2009
New book lets you break free from jealousy|
- Do you feel the need to be frequently checking up on your partner?
- Are you suspicious when you meet new people?
- Do you often question your partner about where they are going and who they are seeing?
- Do you withdraw from your partner without giving an explanation as to why you doing this?
- Do you make all of the social arrangements for your partner’s life?
- Have you ever feigned illness to keep your partner at home?
- Are you frightened of being unable to survive without your partner?
- Do you examine on your partner’s phone records, emails, or text messages “just in case”?
- Do you put your partner down over small details or infractions of agreements?
If you answered YES to more than one of these questions, then this
book is for you.
This is the book to help you overcome this unwanted emotion. You will
embark on a journey to discover the many types of jealousy. You can use
this book as a manual to overcome emotional insecurity issues and to give
you a clearer perspective on the emotion of jealousy. By engaging with the
exercises with this book, you’ll be able to see yourself as you really are and
further exercises will assist you in eliminating your jealous thoughts and
This book will enable you to become the person you once were or it can
change you to becoming the person you have always wanted to be.
Book #4 From the 10-Step Empowerment Series from Lynda Bevan
About the Author
In Lynda’s 22-year career in mental health, she helped patients who were
having problems with events that arise in everyday life: divorce,
anxiety, depression, bereavement, stress, loss of role, and relationship
issues. Her program can be heard regularly on Swansea Sound Radio in
South Wales, U.K.
Learn more about Lynda at her website.
What People are Saying About Lynda Bevan's books
“This is a well thought out, useful litle book that is an excellent guide for those
recovering form a broken, long-term relationship.” —Robert Rich, PhD,
M.A.P.S., author of Cancer: A Personal Challenge
“The dissolution of relationships, especially of the romantic
variety, leaves the abandoned partner dazzled, depleted, and
traumatized. In such a state of mind, one gropes for concise,
hands-on no-nonsense guidance. Regrettably, most self-help literature
is bloated, narcissistic, and off-topic. If you know
someone who has just been painfully dumped by their significant
other—buy them this booklet.”
—Sam Vaknin, Malignant Self Love: Narcissism Revisited.
“Lynda Bevan delivers what she promises in the title of the
book: it is a practical guide and a no-nonsense approach. Her
descriptions of the experiences are palpable.”
—Chin Tao, LMFT
“This is a well thought out, useful little book that is an excellent
guide for those recovering from a broken long-term
—Robert Rich, MSc, PhD, M.A.P.S.,
“Nowadays there are too many books about adult loving relationships,
but they usually are generic and abstract
descriptions. This book is different because it moves to specificity
and provides concrete steps to overcome a disrupting
episode in our lives.”
—Carlos J. Sanchez, MA, Family Therapist
“A hands-on guide, Bevan leads us through the stages of loss
and mourning, then foster movement towards integration and
the creation of healthy new relationships.”
—Carolyn Crimmins, Psy.D
“This book is succinct and in clear language for the lay
(non-mental health professional) reader to understand. Bevan
has real-life experience in the area of loss and ’rebuilding’ her
life and self-esteem in the face of traumatic experiences such
as being abandoned by a partner.”
—Margaret M. Mustelier, Psy.D.
“An excellent tool to help persons move on after the end of a
relationship. Life After Your Lover Walks Out highlights the common
cognitive distortions and exaggerated emotions and urges
the reader to examine their actions and how they perpetuate
their feeling of loss. Through the use of introspective questions
the book invites the reader to take a journey of self examination
in order to accept the loss and to reengage in life.”
—Ian Landry, MA, MSW, Case Manager