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Finding the Love of Your Life  by Neil Clark Warren   What is the Best way to Find the Love of Your Life?  Do opposites attract for a lifetime?  What critical differences and similarities make or break a relationship? What is the most important quality you should look for in a mate? This book will help you choose a marriage partner you can love and live happily with for a lifetime.  Ten proven principles for choosing the right marriage partner, and seven danger signs to look for while dating.  No matter what stage of courtship you are in, whether still looking or think you've found someone, whether you've been married before or not - this clear and reasoned approach will significantly increase your chances of building a happy and enduring bond.     Highly Recommended!

How to Attract Anyone, Anytime, Anyplace: The Smart Guide to Flirting by Susan Rabin, Barbara Lagowski   No longer do you have to be the wallflower at the party, watching others mixing and mingling and meeting that absolutely fabulous person in the corner. In How to Attract Anyone, Anytime, Anyplace, Susan Rabin, a therapist who was a coordinator for Family Living/Sex Education for the New York City Board of Education, elucidates the principles of flirting--from body language to conversation tips to where to meet other singles--and helps to get you on your way to getting out there!  Each chapter gives a heart-shaped bulleted list of tips under categories such as "How to Make Your Own Luck" and "Tips from a Master Flirt." This guide is ideal for the beginner who honestly feels that there's nowhere to go to meet new people and feels utterly hopeless when faced with a stranger. Before you know it, Rabin will help you feel like a flirt extraordinaire!  Highly Recommended!  

How Not to Stay Single: 10 Steps to a Great Relationship by Nita Tucker, Randi Moret, Randi Maret A step-by-step program full of helpful hints, explicit goal-setting instructions, eye-opening anecdotes, and motivational thoughts. Each chapter includes an action plan-actual assignments to complete as part of the process of gaining confidence, improving self-esteem, and increasing dating opportunities. Readers are asked to apply the same principles to finding a mate that have gotten them ahead in business: planning, perseverance, effort, and time.  This results-oriented book teaches you that wanting a relationship is nothing to be ashamed of, that staying in a dead-end relationship will keep you from finding a thriving one, that there are simple and effective ways to increase the odds of meeting the right kind of people, and that you're a good catch and you shouldn't hide it. How Not to Stay Single shows you how to stop waiting for a relationship and how to start making it happen. Unlike other relationship books, this book is about changing what you're doing, not about changing you. 

Are You the One for Me?: Knowing Who's Right and Avoiding Who's Wrong  by Barbara DeAngelis    Is he/she the one you want?   What are the biggest mistakes singles make when they date? Why do you keep picking people who are emotionally unavailable, have no common interests or are just looking for sex?   This is a must read for anyone who is single and dating or dating exclusively  (and evaluating).    Early on, readers are asked to make lists of past lovers' worst qualities and then to write a want ad for a partner, highlighting the common themes. Readers count off ``the seven wrong reasons to be in a relationship'' (from ``sexual hunger'' to ``emotional or spiritual emptiness''); ``nine fatal flaws to watch out for in a partner'' (addiction, control-freak tendencies, sexual dysfunction); seven compatibility time-bombs, etc. Those unsure of whether to commit may value the elaborate self-test offered here, leading to a numerical assessment of compatibility. Given a tolerance for lists and comfort with an approach that precludes subtlety, readers with histories of unhappy relationships may gain insight from this solid, well-organized advice.  Highly Recommended!

How to Know if Someone is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less  by Neil Clark Warren     He feels a strong attraction to her. She wonders if he could be "the one." In the glamorous haze of early romantic attraction it's hard to know whether a relationship will lead to true love—or to a negative or even catastrophic relationship. This book helps men and women who want healthy and satisfying marriages identify the early warning signs of an unhealthy relationship. Dr. Warren shows readers how to hold out for God's best for their lives instead of settling for the first one to come along and outlines the factors that increase the chances for marital success. For those who want to become wiser in their relationship choices, this practical guide will help them find the love they want and avoid the pain they don't need.
  Intellectual Foreplay : Questions for Lovers and Lovers-To-Be  by Eve Eschner Hogan, Steven Hogan   "What should you ask someone before you get seriously involved?" Intellect- ual Foreplay is designed to spark stimulation and interest through intimate communication. "Like its physical counterpart, [it] can build excitement and desire--or quickly reveal a lack of compatibility, saving you months, or even years, of developing a relationship that isn't going to work," say the authors. It's an interesting concept: questions to ask to determine compatibility or just get to know a lover or potential lover better. The book starts with "Who Are You?" questions covering a myriad of topics, such as self-esteem, values, hobbies, trust, romance, spirituality, health, and time management. Other sections include "Where Did You Come From?" (past, family, friends, education, and intelligence), "Where Are You Going?" (money, work, and future), "Can We Live Together?" (home, household responsibilities, food, bathroom, pets, vehicles, garden), and "Where Are We Going?" (vacations, holidays, children, wedding, and sex). For example, figure out your top 20 "non-negotiable" questions and answer them yourself before asking them of a partner.  Highly Recommended!

 

1001 Ways to Be Romantic  By Gregory J. P. Godek and Mark Victor Hansen
Casablanca Press  

Great relationships need more than just good communication techniques. They need an on-going diet of those special little somethings that keep the love alive. This book has many (1001 in fact) creative, and sometimes unusual ideas, gifts and special gestures that add spice to your relationship. Add to your repertoire with wonderful book. Highly Recommended!

How to Succeed with Men by David Copeland, Ron Louis  The insider's guide to getting a man and keeping him.  Forget The Rules. At last, there's a guide to what men really want from a relationship written by the reigning experts on the subject: men! Gender studies specialists Ron Louis and David Copeland deliver the targeted, no-nonsense advice any single or divorced woman needs to find a good man. While publicizing their first team effort, How to Succeed with Women, Ron and David received many requests from the female audiences wanting to know when a book for them would be forthcoming.  Packed with lively and revealing true-life examples, HOW TO SUCCEED WITH MEN moves from the first sparks, through courtships and break ups, to marriage. Along the way, women will discover: *the truth about men, sex, and dating *where the desirable men are...and how to meet them *the essentials of effective flirting *how to move from "just friends" to lovers *surefire strategies for romancing a man's soul...and seducing his body *how to avoid the pitfalls...and dump the duds *definitive criteria for judging whether a relationship has staying power. Instead of simply teaching tricks to hook a man, Louis and Copeland give women valuable insights into what truly makes the opposite sex tick...and reveal precisely how to connect with the right man

How to Flirt Outrageously: A Step-by-Step Guide to Bewitching a Man by Vera G. Lee   A witty and instructive manual revealing hundreds of how-to's for mastering the fine art of flirting. The book describes all aspects of flirting, including techniques of eye contact, body language, psychological interplay and wordplay. Whimsical art deco drawings illustrate an elegantly presented text. The author wrote this book for women who like men and who wish to attract them without losing their integrity and self-esteem. But though geared primarily to women, it contains questionnaire input from over a hundred men. And it may well interest the curious male - who should should at least read it in self-defense!  

Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Dating and Relating  by Joe Schwartz The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Dating and Relating shows you valuable information on all stages of online dating and different ways to find and use interest groups and messaging. All of the basic areas of online communicating are covered. Topics include a no-nonsense discussion of the resources available for dating and communicating online, simple explanations of the terminology of dating and relationships on the Internet, general dating advice about moving into the real world after life online, safety advice when exploring online relationships, and real life stories of online socializers. 

The New Sensual Massage : Learn to Give Pleasure With Your Hands by Gordon Inkeles   “The New Sensual Massage” shows you how to give an exquisitely pleasurable, sensual massage. Perfect for newcomers to the art as well as for those who have practiced it for years, the warm text and large numbers of sensual photographs make the book exceptionally clear and easy to follow. Stunning illustrations, precisely matched to actual massage photos, show what happens inside the body to muscles, tendons, nerves and circulation—as it’s being massaged. The complete body massage is broken down step-by-step, chapter-by-chapter (“The Back,” “The Head,” “The Feet,” ) and is followed by sections on setting up a massage space, the six essential masterstrokes, stress control, erotic massage, and much, much more.

Body for Life: 12 Weeks to Mental and Physical Strength   by Bill Phillips Over 2 million people have learned from the master trainer!   You will learn how to get in the best shape of your life " lose 15-40 pounds and go from Ms. Thunder Thighs or Mr. Beer Gut to totally buff in only 12 weeks!   I've tried this and it really works!   The three-times-a-week weightlifting program in Body for Life is deceptively simple. If you've spent any time in the gym, you've already done all the exercises. But Phillips includes a couple of high-intensity sets at the end of each exercise that should compound the training effect on each muscle group. Same goes for the cardiovascular exercise he recommends: just 20 minutes, three times a week. But those 20 minutes are spent jacking the intensity up and down, accomplishing more in less time.   Highly Recommended!

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Handling a Breakup by Rosanne Rosen, Julianne Serovich You're no idiot, of course! You've heard the song "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" hundreds of times and know from the cliché that there are plenty of other fish in the sea. But when it comes to surviving life after your breakup, you feel eating a pound of chocolate is your only option. Don't run out to the candy store just yet! The Complete Idiot's Guide to Handling a Breakup is here to teach you how to successfully initiate a breakup as well as how to survive the breakup when it comes as a total surprise. You'll learn how to go from victim to victor and move on to your next relationship with a confidence you've never had before. Highly Recommended!
 

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