AFTER YOU'VE SAID GOOD-BYE by Trudy Helmlinger

AFTER YOU'VE SAID GOOD-BYE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

When a relationship's over, says Helmlinger (and everybody else who has ever tried one), you don't feel too good. You feel guilty, mean, anti-social, hopeless, depressed, fat, and unlovable. What you need is reassurance, and here's a sweet-talking tea cozy of a book that will provide same. . . if you don't mind filling out self-help questionnaires ad nauseam (list the parts of you that have nothing to do with being a pair); listening to too many case histories (Geri ended up finding a reason to live); and putting up with chapter headings like ""Getting the Most out of Inspirational Literature.

Pub Date: June 1st, 1977
Publisher: Two Continents