With over 80 activities–including Color the Red Flags; Draw Your Ex, then Rip Up Their Face, and Cut These Bangs Instead of Your’s–open this book whenever, wherever—whether you’re bawling your eyes out or tempted to set your ex’s place on fire. Packed with self care tips, word searches, playlists, recommended reading, breathing exercises, treat yourself coupons, cocktail recipes, and more, it’s the perfect mix of irreverent humor and sage advice.
Both comforting therapist offering real-life wisdom and hilarious best friend here to make everything feel better, this book is divided into three sections loosely based on the seven stages of grief (which are far too many stages, so we narrowed it down). Read it in any order you want. Go backward, forward, read it upside down. Keep this book to yourself, or explore it with friends. Use it. Or just look at it.
Illustrated in full-color on every page, it’s really pretty. You can even just place it on your coffee table, silently communicating to everyone who visits: “Sure, I’m going through it, but I’m self-aware, confident, and I can laugh at myself because I’m doing the work, getting in touch with my feelings, and doing it all with a sense of humor—even though I haven’t combed my hair in days.”