The Feel The Fear Guide To... Lasting Love: How to create a superb relationship for life

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Ebury Publishing, Dec 15, 2010 - Self-Help - 256 pages
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Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway has sold a million copies round the world since 1987, and is still one of the top ten bestsellers in the category of personal development. In this book, Susan Jeffers takes the approach and practical strategies that made her first such a success and applies them to the subject that is closest to all our hearts: Love. The author explains that, although most people desire a wonderful relationship, too many of us don't really understand what love truly means. We say we love people in our lives yet, too often, we don't act very lovingly. Nor do we choose our partners wisely. This lack of understanding about love is reflected in the ever-increasing divorce rate and the huge number of people who ask with a deep yearning in their hearts: Why is love so hard?

The Feel The Fear Guide To... Lasting Love shows what real love actually looks like, how to learn the essentials for finding it - and how to make it last a lifetime. It also lays out solutions to common problems and explains the destructive power of fear. Full of Jeffers' own experiences, humour and down-to-earth techniques, as well as the wisdom of others, this book will show us all how to enjoy the delight, satisfaction, peace and caring that true love can bring us.

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A real good book for anyone to read that is interested in learning how to develop and maintain a strong relationship. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Susan Jeffers is a world famous author who has helped millions of people overcome their fears. She is also a workshop leader and media personality who specializes in the areas of personal growth and relationships. She lives with her husband in Los Angeles.

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