Truth in Dating by Susan Campbell

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Millions of single people — whether never married or divorced — put a lot of energy into meeting and dating new people, but because they don't invest their true selves, their efforts often go nowhere. To counter this trend, Susan M. Campbell presents an approach to dating that many consider radical: Be honest about yourself and ask for what you want, up front.

Campbell shows people how to have fun by flirting truthfully; date without getting ahead of the relationship; enjoy the freedom of being themselves; relate to their dates with honesty; realistically examine what a romantic partner can — and can't — offer in the way of fulfillment and happiness; and move forward when the time is right, or say goodbye if it's not working. On the way to finding the love of their lives, readers gain the tools they need to successfully manage the entire process.

About Susan Campbell

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Susan Campbell has worked as a corporate consultant, psychologist, professional speaker, and seminar leader. She is the author of six books, including From Chaos to Confidence (Simon & Schuster 1995), and she has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Psychology Today, and Lear's. She resides in Northern California.
Published February 19, 2011 by HJ Kramer/New World Library. 338 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Self Help, Romance, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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