Zoe Foster-Blake likes croissants, beer and massages. And break-ups. Well, she thinks they're largely misunderstood ("like Bieber") and wants you to see them as "a gift".
And she intends to prove it.
You gotta take back control. You gotta be the boss of your break-up. You gotta make it work for you. Zoe Foster-Blake
The author, beauty writer and skincare founder has launched her latest project, 'Break-Up Boss', an app to help women handle, heal and move on from their breakup in a positive way.
The project began seven years ago when Foster-Blake pitched a break-up advice book to her then publisher.
"I wanted to write it because I passionately believe break-ups are an intensely positive thing. And while they really, definitely hurt, so does all of the most important growth in our life," Foster-Blake said.
"After all, why should a break-up be the boss of your life, mood, personality, diet, social life, sleep patterns and (now ravenous and atrocious drinking habits? You gotta take back control. You gotta be the boss of your break-up. You gotta make it work for you."
Last year, Foster-Blake turned her attention to where the freshly broken-hearted tend to live. The phone. And so 'Break-Up Boss' was born.
Think of it as your pocket coach slash friend, filled to the brim with advice and handy hints (direct from Foster-Blake herself).
"Break-Up Boss gives you all of the tools and techniques to deal with all of the stages of your break-up, from blatant denial, to blind rage, to deep, unshakable misery and even those first, sweet strains of getting-over-it," she said.
And it's pretty as a picture, featuring illustrations from NYC-based writer, illustrator Mari Andrew.
Like this one:
Zoe, could we love you anymore?
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