Looking for Love in Later Life: A Woman's Guide to Finding Joy and Romantic Fulfillment
"Looking for Love in Later Life is a road map for mature dating today. If you feel that it's time again for love in your life, but you don't know how to begin, this nuts-and-bolts guide will give you the confidence you need to look for love, as well as the practical skills that you may have forgotten - or, perhaps, never had to learn." "Author Monica Morris begins by helping you evaluate yourself and decide what you really want out of a romantic relationship. Following this is a wealth of suggestions about where to go and what to do to meet men - truly effective options ranging from direct resources, like personal ads and dating services, to indirect resources, like concerts and exhibits. She tells you how to handle that all-important first contact, as well as how to protect yourself from the physical, emotional, and financial risks that relationships can bring. Finally, she helps you understand where your relationship is headed, and to evaluate where you want to go. Throughout, you'll gain insight from the accounts of dozens of people who share their own dating experiences."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Its Not Too Late to Look for Love
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