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The one who expects the world, but never remembers your birthday. The one who constantly ditches your dinner plans when you’re already halfway to the restaurant. The one who leaves you feeling exhausted, used and completely emotionally battered. 

Why do we let these people into our lives? When is their friendship actually friend-shit? How do we dump these crappy companions?

This is the no-bullshit, essential guide for anyone devoting their precious time and energy into maintaining friendships with toxic friends. Using activities, truth bombs, and real-life examples, neuropsychologist Dr Hannah Korrel will help you to identify the bad friends in your life, understand what true friendship should look like, learn how to attract the best people and become the best friend you can be yourself. 

Provocative, funny, and brutally honest, How to Break Up With Friends will change the way you look at friendship forever. 

©2020 Hannah Korrel (P)2020 W F Howes

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I bought the book and the audio! It was timely and so beneficial in helping me understand my relationships. I recommend this hard to find advice and help with your relationships.

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