- Paperback: 116 pages
- Publisher: Notion Press; First edition (2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1947137662
- ISBN-13: 978-1947137660
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 0.7 x 20.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 25 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #93,971 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Break-Up Clinic Paperback – 2017
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Is the break-up killing you?
The scariest three words for a person in love are: It is over.
The rejection from a loved one can be the most painful experience in life.
Ajay, Karan and Nisha seek to end their lives as they are driven to despair by failed love relationships. After the near-fatal suicide attempts, the survivors are in the care of the Freudian Psychoanalyst Doctor Dev who works in a Break-up Clinic to accomplish his mission of providing succor to emotionally wounded persons.
Will Doctor Dev be able to help Ajay, Karan and Nisha to come out of the emotional quagmire and move on?
The Break-Up Clinic makes an attempt to answer the question: Why do some people suffer so much in love?
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Already having read Anant Dot Com and State vs Amrit Kumar by Govind Sharma Sir, I was excited to have my hands on his third book.
The Break-Up Clinic is an educating and inspiring tale of three people in tragic conditions. All of them attempted suicide. Thankfully, they failed and destiny has brought them together in the same hospital. All of them were going through severe break-ups.
According to neuroscience studies, both physical pain and emotional pain activates the same area of brain neurons. So one can not compare both of these pains and extrapolate which intensity of pain is higher.
The Break-Up Clinic answers these questions very well. I was glad and yet amazed to see that the author has walked extra miles to make the reader understand his characters' problems through psychology.
One thing is certain about the author's writing style is that even if he talks about general things, he talks them in an extraordinary way. Like always, Govind Sharma's theme for this book caught me surprised. In between the dilemma of the characters, the message it provides you is a powerful one.
After reading The Break-Up Clinic, readers will know what walks into your psychology when you are in love and when you are out of love.
Congratulations to the author on this installment. Very simply put words but this book contains strong message
About the story:
The story is based upon the mental and physical states of the men and women who gets rejection from their loved person. "Rejection can be the most painful experience in life". Some people faces the situation, some try to end their life and give up... everyone has their own way to deal with a situation. It is only up to us what we choose to do.
The story's protagonist Ajay faces a similar situation where he tries to attempt suicide after being rejected by his love. After his failed attempt to die, he got admitted to a recovery clinic aka break-up clinic where people like him undergo a psychoanalysis to get back to their normal life. He meets some fellow peers and is helped by some caring expert doctors. The story tells us about the physical and mental state of people who falls in love and then gets rejected. The story conveys a very powerful message. I liked it and would definitely recommend to others.
I got the book in exchange for an honest unbiased review. The book comes highly recommended.
HAPPY READING GUYS! :D
Author Mr .Govind Sharma Ji 's books are always lucid , to the point and are concerned with current world problems which I feel are very interesting to me.
The stories are short goving a over all view which are ideal for busy students and working people.
One line I uttered after finishing this book was " Wah ! Darun likhechen ( In bengali it means: Wah! Written wonderfully !)
Yes , starting from the first page to the last line, the book comprises of knowledge interwined in a nicely constructed story . It gave an arranged sight of psycoanalysis to a naive person like me who is unaware of much medical terms.
I have always liked Author's books but this one is i am very happy to say has become one of my favourite books of all time .
Everyone no matter even if have never gone through romantic relationships or not would still like this book because it deals with any kind of relationship failure therapy.
I was able to relate to the characters and situations easily and felt encouraged about future ! You cannot stop life thinking about what has gone , but we can move forward and think about what is yet to come !
Looking forward to read more of his wonderful works. Best of luck ! Wish you more and more success !
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