Dating Secrets of the Ten Commandments

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Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony, Jun 1, 2001 - Psychology - 304 pages
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The Rules meets the Torah in Dating Secrets of the Ten Commandments, a fresh, sane look at the dating game by Shmuley Boteach, author of the bestseller Kosher Sex.

Does the whole business of dating fill you with dread? Do you fear that romance always ends in rejection? Do you prefer the company of your cat to that of members of the opposite sex? Does life in Antarctica suddenly seem very appealing?

Don't despair! Shmuley Boteach will show you that lasting love is indeed within your reach, whatever your age, faith, or situation.

Drawing on the ancient wisdom of the Ten Commandments, this book describes how to:

Turn your date into a meeting of mind, body, heart, and soul
Make your date feel like the happiest person in the world--because he or she has you!
Enhance your attractiveness by maintaining mystique
Become a heart-maker rather than a heart-breaker
Know when you have found a loving soul mate rather than just a partner

The Ten Commandments are the ultimate plan for fulfillment and contentment. In applying the timeless wisdom they contain to dating and romance, Shmuley Boteach will help you discover the joyful rewards of making someone else happy.

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Rabbi Boteach has once again published a guide to meaningful relationships. His previous book, Kosher Sex, provoked audiences with its audacious title. This volume does the same. There are ten ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is Founder and Dean of the L'Chaim Society, a high-profile Jewish education organization with branches in Oxford, Cambridge, London, and New York. L'Chaim hosts world figures and statesmen lecturing on values-based leadership. The author of a number of books, including Kosher Sex, he is a frequent guest on radio and television. Born in Los Angeles and raised in Miami, he served for many years as Rabbi at Oxford University in England. He now lives in New York with his wife and six children.

To find out more about the work of Rabbi Boteach or the L'Chaim Society, you can access his website at, or

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