||"How can I find a good man for a relationship?" If you're one of the thirteen million single women between thirty and fifty-five and want to move from single to couple ... you need to date. Whether you are a seasoned or re-entry dater (man or woman), or you're in an "almost-right" relationship with a wandering, wistful eye, you know there must be a better way to find a satisfying relationship.
Finding Love (Again!) is the first book to offer women (and men, too) an effective plan to follow and supportive advice, in a practical, non-patronizing and fun-to-read style. Connie Merritt has been gathering information, tips, anecdotes and stories on finding love again from the 275,000 men and women in her seminars since 1984.
This book reveals over one hundred places to meet people, including those places where men outnumber women; where frogs comes from and twelve ways to prevent kissing any more; how to teach others to happily be your matchmaker; guidelines for blind dates, first dates and over two dozen questions to ask him and know if this is the person you deserve; secrets of why men fall in love, dating tips for women by men, the dirty dozen of men you need to avoid and how to spot them; Modern Sex, "The Molecule of Love" and ten smart conversations to have before getting naked. Any man or woman can now take charge of their love life and have a committed relationship with the right person.
What others are saying...
"This delightful book rejoices in bouncing back from disappointments and rediscovering passion ... all in the context of a practical, witty guide."
-- John Gray, author, Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
"Finding Love (Again!) is a well written, applicably practical, and much needed advisory man;ual for the suddenly single."
-- The Midwest Book Review
"In this graceful tribute to matching up healthy men and women and building bridges for love, Merritt gives us hope that there is a truce in the battle of the sexes."
-- Kay Allenbaugh, author, ChocoIate for a Woman's Soul
"Finding Love (Again!) is great because it provides both motivation and information -- help without hype."
-- Gregory J.P. Godeck, author, 1001 Ways to Be Romantic
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