Six Better Ways to Cope with a Broken Heart

September 13, 2017 | M. Elwood

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This week musician Luke Howard vowed to play piano non-stop in an English park until the woman who had broken up with him relented. He gave up his quest on Monday after Internet commenters suggested that his plan was creepy and insulting to Howard's ex-girlfriend who may have had a perfectly good reason to end the relationship. (Or a bad reason. Or any reason.)

Breakups are hard but there are better options. Here are a few books that may help.

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Better Love Next Time: How the Relationship that didn't Last can Lead You to the One that Will by J.M. Kearns

Dating Again with Courage and Confidence: the Five Step Plan to Revitalize your Lovelife after Heartbreak, Breakup or Divorce by Fran Greene

Finding Love Again: 6 Simple Steps to a New and Happy Relationship by Terri Orbuch

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Getting Back Out There: Secrets to Successful Dating and Finding Real Love after the Big Breakup by Susan J. Elliott

The New Single: Finding, Fixing and Falling Back in Love with Yourself after a Break-Up or Divorce by Tamsen Fadal

Who am I without you? 52 Ways to Rebuilt Self-Esteem after a Breakup by Christina G. Hibbert