New York, NY (PRWEB) June 19, 2015
“The world would be a better place if women would act like ladies and men would act like gentlemen, because when both behaviors are neglected, both sexes suffer…and it can lead to doomed relationships,” said author Sue Coleman, who, based on her own personal experience and those of family and friends, penned her first book, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (Biographical Publishing Company, ISBN# 9780991352135, soft cover, 109 pp, and CD, $17.99), which is now available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do is a unique self-help book that offers women nine powerful rules to end and avoid undesirable relationships. It’s intended to keep the reader on the right track and live out her true purpose in life. Furthermore, it challenges the current paradigm that is focused on the stigma attached to a woman who is not in a relationship.
“I am in no way suggesting that women should desire to be alone their entire lives but I want to point out that this stigma can make us feel as if the relationship box always needs to be checked, “ said Coleman. “This can be a huge impediment throughout our lives and lead to a rollercoaster ride of disconcerting relationships.”
To complement Breaking Up Is Hard To Do is an accompanying album by the same name, which is a mix of original pop, rock and blues songs written and performed by Sue Coleman. Included with the book, the CD was designed to enhance the essence and overall meaning of its content. Each chapter is supplemented by a song chosen to bring it to life and ends with an action summary and lyric. The book also comes with a music digital download card of all album tracks.
A songwriter and singer, Coleman is not only an author, but a former actress who has appeared in several films and numerous theater productions. Her ability to translate feelings and emotion through lyrics and music is a skill that made it possible for her to provide readers with a unique, self-help experience through both the written word and song in Breaking Up Is Hard To Do.