His Cold Feet: A Guide for the Woman Who Wants to Tie the Knot with the Guy Who Wants to Talk About It Later

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Macmillan, Jan 22, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
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Finally, a book that offers a behind-the-scenes look at what happens when she is ready to tie the knot and he prefers to talk about it later. His Cold Feet is a collection of stories, commentaries, and practical advice that will ultimately create a bridge between women and men, enabling each to better understand the other's experience when facing a marriage commitment. His Cold Feet is the ultimate guide and a definite must-read for the woman who feels stuck in neutral within her relationship.

In His Cold Feet, you'll find:

• Advice on how to have "the talk"

• How to deal with the dreaded "When are you two getting married?"

• The scoop on ultimatums

• A man's perspective on popping the question

• How to manage "pre-engagement limbo"

• How to find out what's really behind his cold feet

• When to walk away

And lots of other crucial, sanity-saving advice.


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The Eternal Question When Are You Getting Married?
Her Hot Feet Its Time We Got Engaged
A Sweet Date Gone Sour Expectation Downers
His Cool Feet Im Not Ready
His Love Affair with Later Putting Off the Talk
The Chat How to Talk the Talk Finally
Once He Opens Up
She Proposes She Proposes Not
Its Your Thing Do Whatcha Gotta Do
Keep Him or Sweep Him and the Scoop on Ultimatums
Your HappilyEverAfter A Final Wrapup on Preengagement Limbo

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About the author (2008)

Andrea Passman Candell, M.A., has a masters in counseling psychology and is a relationship coach specializing in pre-engagement issues. She launched the popular Web site HisColdFeet.com in 2005 and has been featured on CBS and in The Wall Street Journal, Modern Bride, the Boston Herald, the Chicago Sun-Times, and others. She lives in Marin County, California, with her husband, Scot, and their son.

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