If I'm So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single?: Ten Strategies That Will Change Your Love Life Forever

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Bantam, 1989 - Self-Help - 270 pages
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Do these lines sound familiar?

"I'm too involved in my work; I don't have time for love."

I'm too picky about what I want in a partner."

"All the good men are married."

I'm still recovering from my last relationship."

In "If I'm So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single?" Susan page sweeps aside these currently popular excuses for not being able to find a mate and helps you identify the real reasons you may have difficulty finding love. Here are revealing anecdotes, case studies, and quizzes that will lead you to better self-understanding and ultimately to a lasting and fulfulling relationship. At the core of her wonderfully successful program are Ten Strategies That WIll Change Your Love Life Forever!If you want love but wonder if your are better off alone, learn how ambivalence is sabotaging your search for intimacy.If you're depressed by "man shortage" statistics, find out how to increase your odds of finding love.If you're stuck with a dead-end lover, discover how to say no to B.T.N. (better than nothing) relationships.And more ... For anyone who genuinely wants an intimate relationship, this is the book that can make all your dreams come true.

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User Review  - SallyBalboa - LibraryThing

This book was definably informative. Personally I didn't find anything useful to myself, but i'm not looking for a relationship. Could be very useful to someone who is looking though. Read full review

Contents

PART IIIKEEPING IT
173
SPECIAL CHALLENGES
211
APPENDIX Guidelines for Forming
257
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About the author (1989)

Susan Page, who holds a Master’s of Divinity degree, founded and directed the first university-based human sexuality program at the University of California at Berkeley. Since 1980 she has devoted herself full-time to writing about relationships and working with both couples and singles. She is the author of three other books, including the recently published follow-up If We’re So In Love, Why Aren’t We Happy? Susan Page lives in Berkeley, California.


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