How to Fix a Broken Heart

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5 out of 5 stars
By Iordanous Souzan on 04-08-18

A really good listen. Made me feel quickly at ease

Listened to the whole thing in one go!! Guy was so easy to listen to and he offered a great insight using some good subjects and relevant examples.

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By Angus2336 on 15-06-18

Helped me a lot.

Watched the author give a TED talk which I found useful but this goes into much more detail

The author provides thoughtful, insightful, sympathetic but importantly instructive guidance to those trying to resolve difficult emotional situations.

I wish I hadn’t had to find this book but it has been a help.

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5 out of 5 stars
By secret on 13-06-18

Extremely knowledgable and guiding

I found this book after watching the TED talk. Beautifully narrated by the author with great case studies referenced.

I no longer feel alone in my emotional pain and have a better understanding of how to deal with heartbreak.

If you are struggling with heart break, download this now, it will help you from the minute you start listening.

Gutted the authors other book about emotional pain isn’t available through audible UK and his practice is in the states, would love a therapy session!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Mystery Miss on 24-05-18

Good read

I enjoyed the book and found it useful..
Heartache is real and should be recognised, including the physical pain caused.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Stephen E on 12-04-18

Insightful, encouraging & very helpful book

Well-written well-narrated. The author seems like an expert in his field, has a clear way of expressing ideas & a great skill in telling personal stories.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Spyri Dela on 21-02-18

A scientific approach to a very emotional subject

Would you consider the audio edition of How to Fix a Broken Heart to be better than the print version?

I am not one for self help books but this one I felt was the right balance of informative, scientific and helpful. The author makes some very interesting points throughout and he brings a fresh perspective to a very 'cliche' and taboo subject. I also liked the fact that he used examples of his patients throughout because it made the whole thing a bit more real.

I also loved the fact that it was short and sweet.

If you have a broken hart or you know someone that has a broken heart, give this a go.

What does Guy Winch bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

I always like it when the author is the narrator as well and this is no exception. He does an amazing job highlighting the book's main premise, of being consultative without being patronising.

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