“As much as we might wish for an easier path to personal growth, the most effective ones often seem to be paved with heartache, despair, and fears that throw us unceremoniously to our knees. Each section of Hibbert’s excellent book Who Am I Without You? is filled with valuable information, unfailing compassion, and practical healing techniques that can help you move and grow through the brokenness of grief, disillusionment, and fear.” ― Sue Patton Thoele, author of The Courage to Be Yourself and The Mindful Woman
“Who Am I Without You? is the light at the end of the tunnel! Christina Hibbert has written a compassionate guide for surviving a breakup with a sensitivity and exquisite insight that even in the heartbreak of relationship loss, there is an opportunity for psychological change and personal growth.” ―Diana Lynn Barnes, PsyD, psychotherapist specializing in women’s mental health, coauthor of The Journey to Parenthood, and editor and contributing author of Women’s Reproductive Mental Health Across the Lifespan
“With just the right blend of empathy for the reader’s pain and encouragement to move forward, Christina Hibbert has written an accessible, practical, and compassionate guidebook for reclaiming self-worth after a breakup. I’ve seen hundreds of women in my psychotherapy practice who feel unworthy of love, and whose self-esteem has taken a blow after a failed relationship ― and I wish I’d had this book to recommend to them! Who Am I Without You? is a much-needed companion on the road to resolving emotional barriers, reclaiming your worth, and re-envisioning a life of love after loss.” ― Julie de Azevedo Hanks, LCSW, psychotherapist, author of The Burnout Cure, and owner and executive director of Wasatch Family Therapy
Christina G. Hibbert, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist and expert on women’s mental health, grief, motherhood, postpartum health, parenting, self-esteem, and personal growth. She is author of the IPPY Award-winning memoir This is How We Grow, and co-producer of the internationally-sold DVD Postpartum Couples. Hibbert is founder of the Arizona Postpartum Wellness Coalition, a non-profit organization, and is a popular and dynamic speaker. She lives in the mountains of Flagstaff, AZ with her husband and six children.
Foreword writer Sue Patton Thoele is a psychotherapist, former hospice chaplain, and bereavement group leader. She is author of several books, including The Courage to Be Yourself.