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In 2014, a media storm erupted when Gwyneth Paltrow announced her separation from Chris Martin, describing it as a harmonious and mutual 'conscious uncoupling' and the term entered the world's vocabulary overnight. Coined and created by relationship expert Katherine Woodward Thomas, the expression 'conscious uncoupling' has become synonymous with a divorce where both partners accept that they each played a role in the breakup and, in particular, are looking to co-parent in a functional and healthy way in the future.

The Conscious Uncoupling five-step process is designed to support separating couples through the thorny terrain of a breakup, helping them to consciously complete a relationship in ways that leave all involved whole, healthy and well, and optimistic about future relationships.

Conscious Uncoupling offers a new paradigm for divorcing couples and is set to become a classic in the genre.

©2015 Katherine Woodward Thomas (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • 11-16-21

One of the most important books you''ll ever read.

What a great storyteller Katherine is.
And having her reading her own book was a blast.
I will soon start reading another book from her (particularly if she also reads it).

Prepare yourself for a treat.

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  • 05-15-22

How to turn pain to growth

The stories in the book are varied and relatable and helped me to not feel alone in my pain and recognise there is growth in spite of it feeling all consuming. There’s a great mix of implementation here so I felt I was really taking responsibility for my healing and a step by step doable process.

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  • 01-18-22

Useful advice, but very long winded

The core of the book is sound, using the principles of attachment theory to develop a more secure attachment with yourself. Which will allow you to be more honest with yourself about the relationship that has ended, and the reasons that it did so. However the book is aggressively heteronormative, mono-normative, and filtered through the culturally appropriated grab bag of ideas that make up the modern new-age movement. If you're a straight, monogamous by orientation, woman, with a higher than usual tolerance for pseudo-spiritual crap there is enough in this book for it to be helpful; otherwise I would recommend "Healing your Attachment Wounds" by Dianne Poole Heller which has the added bonus of being more than 3 hours shorter.