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How To Mend A Broken Heart
by Nelson T. Dy
Walk with Nelson T. Dy as he revisits the road of his own romantic heartbreak. Dy gently shares to the heartbroken hope-filled insights from stories of people in the Bible who had themselves trodden the path of heartache. The pain of a broken heart is real. So is the hope for mending it.
Paperback, 137 pages
Published 2006 by OMF Lit.
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The author's heartbreak story here may not as heart-wrenching as your own; in fact, it's not even at par with the simplest telenovelas/ afternoon teen dramas you may catch on-screen during weekends... refreshing though, are the snippets of heartbreak stories, and corresponding verses taken from the Bible. Aside from the smattering of biblical references, as with other how-to-get-over-heartbreak books, the consolation one would get from reading this book is the assurance that others have gone thr ...more
A friend recommended this to me and I got intrigued. I think it was meant for a male audience. I was at chapter three when I saw "male, relationship" written near the bar code. Nonetheless, it was a goodread. Much like Boy meets Girl by Joshua Harris.
I'm so glad that I've had a chance to read this book and dig some issues of the heart. His views and faith testimony are inspiring. And though his book targets an audience of males, I could still relate with his thoughts and emotions. It's also interesting to know the mind of men especially those who are seeking a life and purpose after God's heart.