Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt: Getting to Good Riddance



ON BIG BLEND RADIO: Psychologist and author Dr. Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt discusses her new book, “Getting to Good Riddance: A No-Bullsh*t Breakup Survival Guide.” Listen here in the YouTube player or download the podcast on Spreaker, Podbean, or SoundCloud.

Like death and taxes, some things are inevitable — including breakups. Psychologist Dr. Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt is helping readers get over heartbreak and move on with their lives in her new book, “Getting to Good Riddance: A No-Bullsh*t Breakup Survival Guide,” (Turner Publishing, July 26, 2022).


Eckleberry-Hunt, author of “Move on Motherf*cker: Live, Laugh, and Let Sh*t Go,” provides the tools to survive and thrive after a breakup in this empowering, BS-free guide. Packed with a science-based mix of simple exercises and a healthy dose of tough love, this book will help you:
– Kick pain, shame and fear to the curb,
– Become an expert in yourself and what you want
– Progress past just “feeling better” and get to saying “Good riddance, asshole!”


Through professional experiences and examples, along with psychological research and vignettes to explain her points, Eckleberry-Hunt uses her expertise as a relationship therapist to create the ultimate guide to surviving a breakup. This seriously motivational resource utilizes salty straight talk, humor, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and positivity to get you to growth and recovery.  With topics ranging from grief to toxic relationships, to finding love, happiness, and purpose again, this is an educational and purposeful resource to help anyone in a romantic relationship become healthier overall.


Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt is a recovering people pleaser, control freak, worrier, and motherf*cker. One thing she knows is that life sometimes hurts, and we can’t run from that. We have a choice of whether or not to deny it or go with it. She’s learned that going with it is a better investment, but we need to laugh while doing it. After more than 20 years of providing counseling services, Eckleberry-Hunt developed the idea of combining cognitive-behavioral techniques, mindfulness techniques and profanity to help people get over themselves with a good belly laugh. She has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and is board-certified in health psychology. She has a psychology practice in Michigan where she lives with her husband, two teenage sons and the dog prince, Bacon. She is a human being and a work in progress — just like you.



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