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Top 10 Books About Heartbreak [List] [Update 2021]

Top 10 Books About Heartbreak [List] [Update 2021]

What are the best books on heartbreak and heartache? Read on for the top 10 list of book recommendations about the end of a relationship and the grieving process associated with it…

The top 10 best books about heartbreak

Criteria for compiling these recommended books

Our editors have carefully read as many as possible books about this subject. Then, they used the following criteria for choosing the best picks:

  • The literary quality of the books.
  • The amount of books sold worldwide.
  • The professional reviews in newspapers.
  • The expertise and experience from the author.
  • The quality of the examples, knowledge and practicality
  • The actuality and whether the information is useful or too old.
  • Our editor’s opinions: they have read and judged the books extensively.

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1.Forgiving What You Can’t Forget: Discover How to Move On, Make Peace with Painful Memories, and Create a Life That’s Beautiful Again

In the event that you have at any point battled with hurt from marriage, physical or psychological mistreatment, lies, and more, this book will help you. It is the perfect guide to facing your troubles and moving past them in search of happiness.

2.Eat, Pray, #FML

This books takes on the topic of heartbreak in a new light, putting a somewhat humorous and personable spin on things. If you are looking to move past your current heartbreak while putting a smile back on your face, this is the book for you.

3.THINGS WE DON’T TALK ABOUT

As the name suggests, this book talks about the topics that are often swept under the carpet. Bottling up emotions is never healthy, especially with heartbreak. This guide is designed to help you to acknowledge the words you can’t say.

4.Finding Love After Heartbreak: Volume I

This will help you to release so much hurt that you have been carrying since your last heartbreak. Unfortunately, love and pain often go hand in hand. However, one heartbreak should not signal the end of your quest for love. This book is about moving past these feelings and finding a new relationship.

5.This Is Me Letting You Go

This is a fantastic book for any individual who needs to relinquish somebody they love, even when they may not want to. It allows you to take a deeper look at the truth of your circumstance and make the best long-term decision for yourself.

6.What Happens When Women Walk in Faith: Trusting God Takes You to Amazing Places

If you are searching for answers inside yourself and realize that they need to come from God, this could be the book for you. Our pick for religious women suffering from heartbreak, or those who believe that may find comfort in the arms of God for the first time.

7.Milk and Honey

Milk and Honey is a collection of poetry and prose on the theme of survival, which includes heartbreak. For those who may not be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel, this could be the perfect source of motivation to move past your broken heart.

8.How to Fix a Broken Heart 

Whether you have broken up with a loved you or a family member has passed, this guide aims to heal your broken heart. Dealing with loss and heartbreak can often seem impossible and people sometimes need outside help. This book is THE best outside help available.

9.The Sun and Her Flowers

Another incredible selection of poems from the great Rupi Kaur. If you loved Milk and Honey, you will adore this. Get that happiness and motivation back by owning your heartbreak through this selection of poems.

10.The Truth about Heartbreak

This is a book that needs to be experienced rather than merely read. There are so many twists, turns and lessons to be learned about the subject of heartbreak. This is our pick for those struggling to understand their emotions after a break up or loss.

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