Mars and Venus on a Date: A Guide for Navigating the 5 Stages of Dating to Create a Loving and Lasting Relationship

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Harper Collins, Oct 6, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 400 pages
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Will I Ever Find My Soul Mate?

Whether you are recently separated, divorced, or you have been in the singles scene for longer than you want, this insightful guide will help you navigate the dating maze and find that special person you've been waiting for.

By discussing the differences between men and women, Mars and Venus on a Date provides singles with:

  • A thorough understanding of the five stages of dating -- attraction, uncertainty, exclusivity, intimacy, and engagement
  • How to know what kind of person is right for you
  • Answers to burning questions such as why don't men call, or why do some women stay single?
  • The best places to meet your soul mate
  • And advice on creating a loving and mutually fulfilling relationship

Filled with practical guidelines, inventive techniques, and witty insight, Mars and Venus on a Date will help single men and women explore the world of dating, understand how to make good choices, and discover the secret to finding a soul mate.

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while i realize it's necessary to read relationship books with a grain of salt, i found this one to be pretty informative. to speak in general terms, it was interesting to read about the 5 stages of ... Read full review

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Fantastic: Recommended by a Christian editor at BoundLess.Org.

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John Gray, Ph.D., is one of the world’s leading relationship experts, and an authority on improving communication styles for couples, companies, and communities. His many books have sold more than fifty million copies in fifty different languages worldwide. John lives with his wife and children in northern California.

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