Never Liked It Anyway

A Fun and Feisty Guide to Beating the Breakup Blues

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About The Book

We’ve all been there—on the couch cocooned in blankets, puffy-eyed, clutching a pint of Chunky Monkey, and listening to “our song” on repeat as we alternate between fuming and crying. And because we’ve all been there, we’ve also all made the same promise to ourselves: we’re never going back.

Annabel Acton’s Never Liked It Anyway is here to ensure that you keep that promise.

Moving on today is about taking action, and taking it fast. It’s not about lying on a couch and talking it out with a therapist. It’s about throwing yourself back out there, back into the deep end, shaking off that breakup funk and bouncing back to your most fabulous self. After all, the best revenge is not revenge at all—it’s just being spectacularly you.

Never Liked It Anyway is the very first breakup wreck-it-journal designed to unlock your super powers. It’s yours to play with, trash, love, abuse and use—and, of course, have fun with. It’ll get you moving, shaking, working, and twerking out of those breakup blues with a collection of quirky, quick, and future-focused challenges. It’ll shake things up and help you step outside your habitual patterns so there’s no room for moping! And it’ll entertain you with fascinating trivia about random things like heart metrics, tear production, and even the love lives of animals who definitely had it worse than you.

Dry your eyes, save the ice cream for happier times, and pick up this book instead.

Product Details
  • Publisher: Skyhorse (March 2017)
  • Length: 168 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781510717589

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"There are plenty of apps and dating sites out there for those looking to fall in love, but what happens when those relationships crash and burn? One entrepreneur aims to help you through your breakups—and make some money along the way." —CNBC, on NeverLikedItAnyway.com

"If you've recently dumped or been dumped and are in need of some emotional and financial support, this site might be just right for you." —Refinery 29, on NeverLikedItAnyway.com

"This is a genius idea." —Adrienne Bailon, The Real

"Why let that tear-stained, boxed-up wedding dress in the garage go to the moths when you can cash in on it? A new start-up site, NeverLikedItAnyway.com, allows the brokenhearted to sell the objects that remain after a split—think wedding gowns, rings, and more—while venting about their exes." —Huffington Post

"We all go through it! Why not make the best of it (and maybe earn some dough)?" —Shape Magazine

"The site turns online social networks into a potential lifeline. It is the digital version of throwing your ex’s stuff onto the street for a profit." —New York Times, on NeverLikedItAnyway.com

“Every recently dumped person needs this website.” —Buzzfeed, on NeverLikedItAnyway.com

"There are plenty of apps and dating sites out there for those looking to fall in love, but what happens when those relationships crash and burn? One entrepreneur aims to help you through your breakups—and make some money along the way." —CNBC, on NeverLikedItAnyway.com

"If you've recently dumped or been dumped and are in need of some emotional and financial support, this site might be just right for you." —Refinery 29, on NeverLikedItAnyway.com

"This is a genius idea." —Adrienne Bailon, The Real

"Why let that tear-stained, boxed-up wedding dress in the garage go to the moths when you can cash in on it? A new start-up site, NeverLikedItAnyway.com, allows the brokenhearted to sell the objects that remain after a split—think wedding gowns, rings, and more—while venting about their exes." —Huffington Post

"We all go through it! Why not make the best of it (and maybe earn some dough)?" —Shape Magazine

"The site turns online social networks into a potential lifeline. It is the digital version of throwing your ex’s stuff onto the street for a profit." —New York Times, on NeverLikedItAnyway.com

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