No, We Can't Be Friends: A totally perfect romantic comedy

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No, We Can't Be Friends: A totally perfect romantic comedy

No, We Can't Be Friends: A totally perfect romantic comedy

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Consequently, rather if it's unpopular opinion or not, "No, We Can't Be Friends" was everything that could go wrong with a rom-com. I can imagine that for some it can be a realistic, relatable story, as it thoroughly describes all the ups and downs (are there ups at all? But then something happens, something that makes Sloane wonder if her husband is cheating on her and when it’s confirmed her whole world flips upside down – she didn’t sign for this. Author greatly explained the pang of seesaw emotions you feel when cheated on, gaslighted and made to doubt ur your own intuition. Rejection can often make us feel angry, sad, frustrated, or betrayed, especially when we’ve put ourselves in a vulnerable position.

In addition to rage, this book stirs other emotions, with Sloane's difficult emotional journey including her childhood baggage.

Without getting into it very much, Ranald shows a great case of gaslighting and I wish had spelled things out in those terms so that Sloane could have had a conversation with herself about that. She was successful, ambitious, happy, just on the cusp of graduating from university and claiming the future she’d always dreamed of. If you're ready for a relationship and she's not interested, you're more likely to find someone who actually is if you stop trying to date her. She was unhappy for most of the book, until she finally left her husband two thirds of the way through. Sloane’s relationship with her friends and co-workers was also a testament to how resilient Sloane was.

There was a scene in particular where Sloane tried out different exercises and her reaction to trying out Zumba made me scream with laughter. He’s Lying Sis exposes some of the most deceptive games men play when dating, or even while in relationships. It was empowering and a story about a woman who fell down and was able to rise up even higher than before. When Eliot dies unexpectedly, he even more unexpectedly leaves half of the business to his younger, blonder girlfriend, Savannah.Sophie Ranald wrote a very relatable story as any of us who have gone through a long-term relationship breakup or a divorce will vouch for, but also very uplifting and heart-warming. Yes, she wanted to be a mother desperately, and I could understand this, but not at any cost, not with such a character.

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