Finding Love Again 6 Simple Steps to a New and Happy Relationship (Paperback)
|Author: Terri L. Orbuch|
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|Based on a groundbreaking 25-year study of marriage, divorce, and new love, this book prepares readers for a healthy and fulfilling new relationship. Brimming with stunning original findings, first-person stories, and eye-opening advice with simple, practical strategies for finding love.|
From the Publisher:
Based on a groundbreaking 25-year study of marriage, divorce, and new love-finding the right one just became 100% possible. Whether you're divorced or separated, out of a long-term relationship, or newly dating after a long break, Finding Love Again will help you prepare for a healthy and fulfilling new relationship. Brimming with stunning original findings, first-person stories, and eye-opening advice, Finding Love Again shows you simple, practical strategies that have been shown time and again to help singles find someone special. Dr. Terri L. Orbuch, renowned relationship expert and director of a pioneering relationship study, shows you:
? Eight relationship myths that are sabotaging your love life.
? Why singles who have little or no contact with an ex's family find love at significantly higher rates than singles who keep in close contact with their ex-in-laws.
? How singles who make one change to their daily routine-and stick with it for at least 21 days-are twice as likely to find new love.
? Why the happiest couples in new relationships are the ones who don't share bank accounts.
Finding Love Again shows proven strategies that can help anyone find love again.
Finding Love Again: Proven Strategies to New Love after Your Marriage Is Over by Terri Orbuch PhD - Book Review
By: Gail Bradney Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 6/20/2012 3:23 AM
|I know a lot of singles on the prowl, and most of them are divorced. It's just not uncommon anymore for people to get divorced — even at midlife and beyond — and try to start over with someone new. A dismaying number of my friends have also lost spouses to illness in the past few years, and some of them are tiptoeing out into the dating scene as well. According to marriage and divorce researcher Terri Orbuch PhD, there are 100,000 million singles in the US, and four out of 10 were already married once. But after the messy divorce, the custody and support hearings, and the grieving, is it really possible to clean one's slate and start out fresh, with a positive mindset, and open up one's heart to someone new? Can one really find love again?...read the full review|