Dating after Divorce by David Frisbie
Preparing for a New Relationship

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After getting divorced, how long should you wait before dating someone?

In two decades of counseling divorced adults, it's our most-asked question: by a landslide. Even people who don't want to start dating still wonder --- how long should I wait? When will I be ready? How will I know if I'm ready?

This book (based on our seminar by the same name) helps you look at those questions carefully, so that you can make wise decisions. Among other issues that are discussed here:

1) Are you financially ready to consider a new relationship? How can you know?

2) Are you emotionally ready to open up to another person, share with another person, trust another person? How long does "emotional healing" really take?

3) Are your kids ready for you to start dating, or will you have to "sneak around" behind their backs, hoping they don't catch you? You'll want to ready the chapter on family readiness.

These and other questions are discussed in clear, direct, straightforward language --- and drawn from two decades of experience counseling divorced adults.

A powerful, positive book to help divorced adults --- and those who love them!

About David Frisbie

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DAVID AND LISA FRISBIE are authors of 15 published books on topics of marriage and family life. They have been frequent contributors to published journals, including ParentLife, Outreach Magazine, Holiness Today, and BabyLife. They have also been named and quoted in USA Today, The New York Times and been interviewed on CBS-radio, ABC-TV national broadcast, and ’MoneyLife’ with Chuck Bentley. They currently serve as Coordinators of Marriage and Family Ministries for the Global Church of the Nazarene. To date, their ministry has taken them all 50 U.S. states, 9 provinces and 2 territories of Canada, and more than 40 world nations.
Published July 1, 2012 by Beacon Hill Press. 194 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Romance, Parenting & Relationships, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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