Love Hurts

Love Hurts

Buddhist Advice for the Heartbroken
By Lodro Rinzler
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    Buddhist Advice for the Heartbroken

  • Shambhala Publications
    ISBN: 9780834840515
    Buddhism has a lot to say about suffering—and there are likely few times we suffer more intensely than when we break up with a romantic partner. It feels like you may never recover sometimes. But Lodro Rinzler has wonderfully good news for those suffering heartbreak: the 2,500-year-old teachings of the Buddha are the ultimate antidote for emotional pain. And you don’t need to be a Buddhist for them to apply to you. In this short and compact first-aid kit for a broken heart, he walks you through the cause and cure of suffering, with much practical advice for self-care as you work to survive a breakup. The wisdom he presents applies to any kind of emotional suffering.
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    "This is not a book; it is a vast offer of friendship. In heartbreak, one moment you are fine and the next you are enraged, hopeless, ravaged by sadness, or all of the above. Wherever you are—and whether your heart aches due to lost love, illness, death, or basic disappointment in life—Lodro Rinzler has the wisdom you need in the exact moment you need it. If you have ever wished for a smart, kind, discerning, and ridiculously funny friend to accompany you, encourage you, challenge you, make you laugh, and point you in the direction of true healing, here he is." —Susan Piver, author of Start Here Now and The Wisdom of a Broken Heart

    "The good news about heartbreak is that it, like any painful emotional state, will eventually change—guaranteed. But until that guarantee kicks in, Lodro Rinzler’s book serves as one of the best first-aid kits I’ve seen. He offers the heartbroken much realistic comfort and insight that will be useful not only for navigating their own way in the sea of painful emotions, but for being a source of consolation to others." —David Richo, author of How to Be an Adult in Relationships

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