|About the Book|
It’s blunt, heartfelt and motivational!“Donna Meté is a positive thinker and her thoughts, suggestions and insights offer the reader a great deal to think about as well as an enormous amount of hope.” - Beth Rosen, CSW, New York, NYNew York, NY. GOMoreIt’s blunt, heartfelt and motivational!“Donna Meté is a positive thinker and her thoughts, suggestions and insights offer the reader a great deal to think about as well as an enormous amount of hope.” - Beth Rosen, CSW, New York, NYNew York, NY. GO Magazine, Out On Top says: If all goes as planned, Meté may soon be the lesbian answer to Dr. Phil, albeit a more attractive and all-inclusive version - which is just fine with us.On the Mend is the very first book to address the unique needs of gay women who were “blind-sided” by the sudden ending of their relationship with little, to no explanation. After enduring the dramatic and unexplained departure of a woman with whom she loved, Meté set out to find answers and help in the hundreds of break-up books available today. To her astonishment, there was little written for lesbians to help cope with the stealth departure of a loved one and understand the complexities of an unexpected breakup.Meté’s honesty, insights and exercises provide women with the rare opportunity to understand and come to grips with the psyche and dysfunctional behavior of their exs departure in order to heal and move on to a healthier, happier life – and life partner!On the Mend helps women who have been the victim of an uncaring partner overcome feelings of self-doubt and blame, including the self-sabotaging beliefs that “there must be something wrong with me, I must have done something wrong”. Instead, On the Mend helps women come to understand that the flawed thinking of their ex and their dysfunctional behavior were all contributors to an unloving departure. In knowing and understanding the truth, women will find peace and forgiveness to move on to a more joyful and powerful life.