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A Manual for Heartache

A Manual for Heartache

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The wise and inspiring new book from the bestselling author of The Last Act of Love.

When Cathy Rentzenbrink was still a teenager, her happy family was torn apart by an unthinkable tragedy. In A Manual for Heartache she describes how she learnt to live with grief and loss and find joy in the world again. She explores how to cope with life at its most difficult and overwhelming and how we can emerge from suffering forever changed, but filled with hope.

This is a moving, warm and uplifting book that offers solidarity and comfort to anyone going through a painful time, whatever it might be. It’s a book that will help to soothe an aching heart and assure its readers that they’re not alone.

Title:A Manual for Heartache
Edition Language:English
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    A Manual for Heartache Reviews

  • Neeshma Nazar Ayyaril

    Firstly , i wanna say thank you...Thank you Cathy for this gift which is dedicated to that one person out of four.Publishing this takes such a courage and you really are a survivor. I used this book a...

  • Alice

    It's not always easy to tell our stories. Sometimes they're complicated and don't fit into a neat, straightforward narrative. Sometimes we're scared we won't be believed or understood. Sometimes we're...

  • Lindsay

    A Manual for Heartache is a wonderful read, because it is like having a kind, comforting and compassionate friend in book form, one who listens with understanding and without judgment. I am so very gr...

  • Rebecca Foster

    (3.5) This is a follow-up to Rentzenbrink’s memoir, The Last Act of Love, which was about the accident that left her brother in a vegetative state for eight years and the legal battle she and her pa...

  • Shahad takleef

    This book was everything I needed in few pages . It felt like a cozy cuddle ....

  • Leilah Skelton

    It is hard to articulate feelings, especially when we're consumed by them or see that they're weighing heavily on the people we love. For anyone who has ever been lost for words there is this little b...

  • Ruth Brookes

    Like warm, wise advise from a good friend, this is a great read. Bringing on occasions both a smile of recognition and tears to my eyes, I found it to be helpful and simply kind. Recommended! ...

  • Anne

    Life hurts .... yes, it does. Yes, it bloody well does, and often. Cathy Rentzenbrink begins her book with those two words, and wonders why we are surprised that life hurts us. I like to think we are ...

  • Athena Matisse

    I was very excited for this book to be published and overall think it is a very worthwhile book. The bits that clicked with me were amazing, the parts that didn't felt kinda numb. I'm sure anyone read...

  • Ophelie

    - Longer Review Coming - but in the meantime:I found in this book a close friend during my lonely times alone, times when my emotions and negative thinking would begin what would eventually turn into ...