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Geeta's Guide to Moving On
"Loss is inevitable. People die, relationships die. And grief is the gift that keeps on giving.” That’s what 30-year-old Geeta Gidwani learns at her first Divorce Support group meeting. This might make sense to her—except she isn’t divorced. Her Indian parents drag her to the group therapy session because they don’t know where else to get help for their heartbroken American daughter, who’s struggling through a devastating broken engagement. When her fiancé, Dani, dumps her after 10 years of dating, Geeta loses her one true love. Refusing to believe it’s over, she moves in with her Indian family, in the hopes that she and Dani will eventually get back together. The way this all-American girl comes to accept this loss and learns to move on is a new take on the modern American self-love story.