Divorce Book Lists
12 Books To Read That'll Make Your Divorce A Little Bit Easier
There's nothing like finding escape in a good book -- and that's especially true when going through a separation or divorce. There's only so much crying into crumpled Kleenex you can do; at some point, you need to give yourself a mental break. To that end, we recently asked HuffPost Divorce bloggers and readers to share with us the books that helped them heal after their divorces. Read some of the best recommendations below. Keep in touch! Sign up for our newsletter here. Today is National Voter Registration Day!
Amy Poehler is full of sage—and hilarious—wisdom, but even she turns to pals for advice when it comes to situations as tough as divorce. It can, however, help to know that others have made it through and even come out better on the other side. Add to Bag. Heartburn , by Nora Ephron Going through a divorce means trudging through some dark days, but beloved author Nora Ephron managed to find humor and levity in her own split from her second husband, Carl Bernstein, through Heartburn , the autobiographical novel based on their relationship. Blending self-help and memoir, Strayed advises readers on topics like sex, love, family, and grief in this collection of advice from her Dear Sugar column with compassionate insight and her own heartbreaking stories.
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Most of the divorce literature out there seems to be geared toward women. Furthermore, it appears to be dominated by white authors writing to the concerns of white communities. While I only found a few authors of color writing about this topic, I hope there are more. I included those that I could find on this list. These books are all geared toward adults whose relationship has dissolved, is dissolving, or really ought to dissolve.