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The Rebuilding Workbook

The Rebuilding Workbook
Step-by-Step Guidance for Healing When Your Relationship Ends

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45397
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ISBN: 9781684035397
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About the Book

Based on the #1 trusted resource on divorce recovery, Rebuilding, this highly anticipated workbook offers step-by-step guidance to help you put your life back together when a relationship ends.

If you are going through a painful breakup or divorce, you may feel like the life you once knew is crashing down around you. You need help to gather the pieces and “rebuild” yourself from the ground up. Based on the classic divorce guide, Rebuilding, this practical workbook offers powerful and time-tested skills to help you establish a new sense of identity, overcome the fear of being alone, forgive yourself and others, set healthy boundaries, and explore new relationships.

In this workbook, you’ll learn about the 19 most common emotions, feelings, and attitudes that one experiences after the loss of a relationship, and discover a proven-effective approach for healing called “the divorce process rebuilding blocks.” Now the most widely used approach for divorce recovery, this model makes the process healthier and less traumatic for you, your partner, and your kids.

A divorce or breakup can feel as painful as the death of a loved one. But by climbing the rebuilding blocks to recovery outlined in this workbook, you’ll discover that the core of your pain is much more than the death of old ways. It is also the pain of rebirth into a new life.

Are you ready to rebuild?

Contributors

Will Limón (Author)
Will Limón, MSW, is an educator, counselor, and author who worked directly with Bruce Fisher, coauthor of Rebuilding. For more than twenty years, he presented the Rebuilding Seminar on divorce recovery, and for forty years presented his own programs... Read more

Books by Will Limón

Nina Hart-Fisher (Contributing Writer)
Nina Hart-Fisher is a PhD candidate in psychology, focusing on children of divorce. She co-led educational seminars internationally with her late husband, Bruce Fisher, for two decades. She is coauthor of Loving Choices, also with Bruce Fisher.... Read more

Books by Nina Hart-Fisher

Robert Alberti (Foreword by)
Robert Alberti, PhD, has received international recognition for his writing and editing, which is often praised as the “gold standard” for psychological self-help. Recently retired from a long career as a psychologist, marriage and family therapist... Read more

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Praise

“Will Limón has a long career in helping individuals through one of life’s most challenging times—a relationship ending. Will’s insight as a therapist and facilitator of the Rebuilding process are reflected in his sensitive approach in the writing, as well as in framing questions and reflections. This book will help the reader progress even further in the process of disentanglement, healing, and transformation. This workbook will be a very helpful companion to Rebuilding, a book that has been the ‘textbook’ for the Rebuilding programs.”
—Nick Meima, CEO of After Divorce Support, teacher of the Rebuilding program to hundreds of students worldwide, and pioneer of the online Rebuilding program

“Moving through divorce—and not getting stuck—requires conscious reflection and action. The Rebuilding Workbook provides seasoned guidance, laced with practical tools for self-reflection and next steps, as you do transformational work to gain new life and energy.”
—Sherod Miller, PhD, codeveloper of Couple Communication

“As a child and family psychologist, I am pleased to endorse The Rebuilding Workbook by Will Limón as an invaluable tool for people that have experienced divorce. More than a simple fill-in-the-blank workbook, the author offers exercises, visualizations, and meditations to guide the reader on a path to healing. In addition, case vignettes and examples act as stimuli for thought and discussion. This workbook builds on Bruce Fisher’s original book, and should be a required companion for any divorce adjustment seminar.”
—Daniel A. Doyle, EdD, child and family psychologist

The Rebuilding Workbook is an excellent resource for people who are suffering following a divorce or any other breakup. Through a series of thoughtfully constructed, compassionate, and engaging exercises, the authors provide expert guidance on how to manage painful feelings, and move toward a greater sense of hope and healing.”
—Mark S. Rye, PhD, professor of psychology at Skidmore College, and coauthor of The Divorce Recovery Workbook

“I highly recommend The Rebuilding Workbook. Will Limón and Nina Hart-Fisher are introducing a new classic for anyone going through a breakup. ‘Divorce alters your life,’” and here is the path to guide your direction. An interactive learning style provides you with specific tools and exercises that can be used to address your past losses and future growth. It combines psychological insight with experiential learning, a practical approach that is deep and comprehensive. Indispensable for divorce recovery today.”
—Norm Gibson, LCSW, former leader of Rebuilding Seminars in Boulder, CO, for more than twenty years; therapist with forty years’ experience

“If you want to know how to accelerate your process of healing and moving forward after a relationship ends, this book is the definitive guide. Will and Nina combine clear explanations of the recovery process with meaningful action steps for moving onward. This book will help you navigate all aspects of the loss process, and lead you to new possibilities within the freedom to be yourself.”
—Bob Manthy, MA, owner of Rebuilding Seminars in Boulder, CO

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