Mr. Right Now: When Dating is Better Than Saying "I Do"

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 11, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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From the author of There Goes the Bride, here is book that talks to women about a new approach to life—being single and thoroughly enjoy it! Rather than focusing on Mr. Right, women should use their dating experiences as a developmental process, a learning experience, a way of growing and maturing and deciding what you really want. Women can learn from Mr. Puppy Love, Mr. First Boyfriend, Mr. Swashbuckling Adventure, Mr. Sex, Mr. Serious Intellectual, Mr. Money, Mr. Best Friend, and others. Each chapter concludes with a section called "Been There, Learned This" which lists the specific learning experiences and lessons accomplished from each dating and relationship experience. The book is sharp, energetic, often humorous, and always on the mark.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter 1 Why You Can Afford to Wait
15
Chapter 2 Dont Wait for Mr Right
27
Chapter 3 Mr Puppy Love
37
Chapter 4 Mr First Boyfriend
51
Chapter 5 Mr First Love
65
Chapter 6 Mr Best Friend
77
Chapter 7 Mr Younger
91
Chapter 11 Mr Rich
139
Chapter 12 Mr Macho
151
Chapter 13 Mr Dangerous
163
Chapter 14 Mr Sex
175
Chapter 15 Mr Perfect Breakup
189
Chapter 16 Mr Almost
201
Epilogue
211
Notes
215

Chapter 8 Mr Funny
103
Chapter 9 Mr Brainy
115
Chapter 10 Mr Not
127
About the Author
221
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Rachel Safier is a journalist whose writing has appeared in such magazines as Seventeen, Publishers Weekly, and U.S. News & World Report. She is the author of There Goes the Bride (Jossey-Bass) and theregoesthebride.com.

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