30 Days to Getting over the Dork You Used to Call Your Boyfriend: A Heartbreak Handbook

30 Days to Getting over the Dork You Used to Call Your Boyfriend: A Heartbreak Handbook
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12+
Release Date
January 08, 2008
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0385735499
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BEING DUMPED HURTS. But you know what? It happens to everyone. Even Gwyneth, even Cameron, even Madonna have been on the losing end of love. The part you might not believe is that no matter how brutally your heart’s been broken, those wounds will heal. But the longer you dwell on the dork, the longer your heart will remain cracked. Enter 30 Days to Getting Over the Dork You Used to Call Your Boyfriend. One day at a time, 30 days in a row. At the end, you’ll find you have the power to yank that dagger out of your chest, stand tall, walk proud, and move on. And along the way, you may just discover something marvelous and surprising about yourself.

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Totally Awesome ! for Preteens and Teens
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Reader reviewed by vicky

This book is amazing in many ways...it connect to young girls and growing up as a girl. It talks about how dating boys at such a young age can be dramatic and fun at the same. It is a must read book especially if you are into the whole boyfriend and girlfriend scene when you are pre teen or a teen.
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Truly a Heartbreak Handbook!
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Reader reviewed by Megan

30 Days to Getting Over the Dork you used to call your boyfriend is truly a heartbreak handbook! Clea Hantman leads the reader through thirty days of getting over your ex-boyfriend, known from now on as the dork. She covers the stages of recovery, from Denial and Anger, to bargaining and depression, and finally acceptance. Each chapter is equiped with activities to help you get over the dork and songs for each day of your recovery. It is truly a helpful book, and an interesting read from this point of view.
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