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D-Day is the latest Young Adult collection of poetry and prose about surviving a breakup. It is a raw, honest, down-to-earth look at what it is like to be a teen dating for the first time in the modern day and age. A book about the very first experiences of love, betrayal, breakup, loss and survival. Since the advent of social networking sites, most notably Facebook, and In D-Day is the latest Young Adult collection of poetry and prose about surviving a breakup. It is a raw, honest, down-to-earth look at what it is like to be a teen dating for the first time in the modern day and age. A book about the very first experiences of love, betrayal, breakup, loss and survival. Since the advent of social networking sites, most notably Facebook, and Instagram, teen romances have manifested themselves online. D-Day follows the pattern of modern love that is expressed in social media. The following, the flirty chats, the exchange of photos, and so forth, until the breakup. When a teen breaks up with somebody, she/he will start wondering “Oh my gosh, should I change my profile photo? Should I change my status? Should I unfriend him, unfollow him, mute him, block him?” D-Day has all the answers. Within its pages, the reader will find out that D-Day is not just a collection of poetry. It is a therapeutic, light, insightful and inspirational prose that brings healing. The best medicine a breakup doctor could prescribe for young adults who are going through the heartache of breakup. Divided into three chapters: D-Day we met, D-Day we fell in love, and the D-Day we broke up, this book takes young readers and inexperienced love warriors, through a journey of the sweetest moments in life, the ups and downs of romantic love, the overwhelming grief felt by those who have been ghosted, the darkest days after the breakup, the agony of blocking or being blocked and finally moving on. D-Day is a tested survival kit for young adults going through their first breakup. It provides a glimpse of the phases most teens go through after D Day of the breakup and the ways they deal with online. The constant need to erase any cyberspace evidence of the couple: deleting pictures, comments, and anything to erase their memories. In the end, the reader will find out that the best cure is time. Time heals all heartbreak and the broken one will find a new partner and start the entire cycle over again. This has become the staple of love and the only thing that has not changed in the new age of romancing. So, swallow the D-Day pill and soon you shall heal.


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D-Day is the latest Young Adult collection of poetry and prose about surviving a breakup. It is a raw, honest, down-to-earth look at what it is like to be a teen dating for the first time in the modern day and age. A book about the very first experiences of love, betrayal, breakup, loss and survival. Since the advent of social networking sites, most notably Facebook, and In D-Day is the latest Young Adult collection of poetry and prose about surviving a breakup. It is a raw, honest, down-to-earth look at what it is like to be a teen dating for the first time in the modern day and age. A book about the very first experiences of love, betrayal, breakup, loss and survival. Since the advent of social networking sites, most notably Facebook, and Instagram, teen romances have manifested themselves online. D-Day follows the pattern of modern love that is expressed in social media. The following, the flirty chats, the exchange of photos, and so forth, until the breakup. When a teen breaks up with somebody, she/he will start wondering “Oh my gosh, should I change my profile photo? Should I change my status? Should I unfriend him, unfollow him, mute him, block him?” D-Day has all the answers. Within its pages, the reader will find out that D-Day is not just a collection of poetry. It is a therapeutic, light, insightful and inspirational prose that brings healing. The best medicine a breakup doctor could prescribe for young adults who are going through the heartache of breakup. Divided into three chapters: D-Day we met, D-Day we fell in love, and the D-Day we broke up, this book takes young readers and inexperienced love warriors, through a journey of the sweetest moments in life, the ups and downs of romantic love, the overwhelming grief felt by those who have been ghosted, the darkest days after the breakup, the agony of blocking or being blocked and finally moving on. D-Day is a tested survival kit for young adults going through their first breakup. It provides a glimpse of the phases most teens go through after D Day of the breakup and the ways they deal with online. The constant need to erase any cyberspace evidence of the couple: deleting pictures, comments, and anything to erase their memories. In the end, the reader will find out that the best cure is time. Time heals all heartbreak and the broken one will find a new partner and start the entire cycle over again. This has become the staple of love and the only thing that has not changed in the new age of romancing. So, swallow the D-Day pill and soon you shall heal.

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