Finding the Love of Your Life: Ten Principles for Choosing the Right Marriage Partner

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Simon and Schuster, 1994 - Self-Help - 166 pages
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The statistics are discouraging - nearly half of all marriages and sixty percent of all second marriage end in divorce or separation. Yet some marriages flourish year after year. How can you create a lasting, loving union? After twenty-five years of counseling couples, Dr. Neil Clark Warren has found that a solid, secure marriage is a matter of choice, not luck - and that it is the selection of one's life partner that more than anything makes or breaks a marriage. 'Finding tha love of your life' sheds light on what may be the most important decision we ever make - one in wich most of us have little or no instruction to help us choose wisely. Through real-life stories, Dr. Warren explains the ten principles for choosing a marriage partner - practical guidelines to explore and evaluate before marriage. He clarifies the seven reasons for faulty mate selection, and answer several questions.

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This book was given to me by a friend, Jeannine. It has helped me find a husband that I love more every year, believe it or not! I would highly recommend it.


Develop a Clear Mental Image
Find a Person to Love Who Is a Lot Like You
Get Yourself Healthy Before
Find a Love You Can Feel Deep in Your
Principle T Master the Art of Intimacy
Refuse to Proceed Until You Can Genuinely
Celebrate Your Marriage With the Full

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Neil Clark Warren is a clinical psychologist who has worked closely with individuals and couples for more than thirty years. Dr. Warren's specialty is mate selection, and he has researched and written extensively about the complex challenge of finding, attracting, and selecting the right marriage partner. His best-selling books include "Finding the Love of Your Life" and "How to Know if Someone Is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less".

Hometown: Pasadena, California

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