Mates Don't Grow on Trees: How to Meet the Man Or Woman for You

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Dancing Hearts & Company, 1995 - Social Science - 197 pages
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A fresh appproach to increasing the odds of finding that someone special.
-- Guides readers through everyday decisions which greatly increase odds for meeting a mate.
-- Valuable insights to overcoming shyness and hesitation while singles search for Mr./Ms. Right.
-- How to avoid the "Vapor Factor" and be ready, willing and able, anywhere, anyplace, anytime.

Mates Don't Grow On Trees is a play on words; mates do grow on trees when we focus and improve our response to opportunities which escape our grasp. Landen presents an elegantly structured guide which dating services have embraced as their own. His common sense approach differs from other books on relationships while combining humor and personal anecdotes -- told by a truly gifted raconteur.

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About the author (1995)

Landen, a Ph.D. from Harvard, applies a direct, winning style he has taught in seminars and talk shows. One of America's foremost voices in dating, he is known over the internet and online services as Doctor of Date.

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