Your Marriage Just Blew Up in Your Face. Now What?

There’s no guidebook for getting through life’s worst events.  

For instance, when your marriage blows up in your face, you’ll go looking for answers. If you’re like I was, you’ll head out onto the Internet and do a lot of searching for advice on how to handle the situation. And you’ll come up short.

This book attempts to solve that problem, using the commonly accepted seven stages of dealing with grief that accompany the death of a loved one. It makes a lot of sense because divorce is a lot like mourning the death of someone you loved, except in this situation, the person in question is still walking around, thriving, like some kind of reanimated remembrance of your marriage armed with the power to say “I don’t love you anymore.”