He's Just Not Your Type (And That's A Good Thing): How to Find Love Where You Least Expect It

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Rodale, Apr 27, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 224 pages
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A relationship expert and dating columnist shares her counterintuitive approach to lasting love: encouraging women to date their "non-types" After years of dating, many women fall into a relationship rut. As serial daters, they are attracted to the same type of man time and again. Clearly, something's not working. But the problem is not that he's just not that into them--the reality is, he's just not their type. Relationship expert and life coach Andrea Syrtash hears the disbelief in her clients' voices when they admit that their "Mr. Right" relationship has again gone wrong. In He's Just Not Your Type, Syrtash challenges readers to date outside their comfort zones and poses hard-hitting questions: What if the kind of man they think will make them happy never will? What would happen if they dated someone they'd never considered dating? In each chapter, Syrtash shares stories of women who have found lasting happiness with their non-types (NTs) and provides exercises designed to help readers assess their big-picture goals and core values. In doing so, she shows women how to make better choices in dating so they are more likely to find true love.


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Think Outside the Boxers
Dont Should All Over Yourself
Its All about Perspective Whats Yours?
The New Checklists for Love
What Is a Soul Mate?
The Nontypes
The DNT Departure Nontype
The SNT Superficial Nontype
The CNT Circumstantial Nontype
Step into Action
Risk Reward
In Love with an NT Dealing with Others Who Just Dont Get It
The Ultimate Dating Challenge

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Andrea Syrtash is a contributor to Oprah.com, a dating columnist for Yahoo and the host of 'On Dating', produced by NBC Digital Studios. Her dating and relationship advice has been featured on the Today show, Huffington Post, USA Today, VH1 and on NPR, among others. She lives with her (non-type) husband in New York City.

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