Naked Relationships: Sharing Your Authentic Self to Find the Partner of Your Dreams

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Mar 1, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 140 pages
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Stop the cycle of bad breakups by getting naked!

For many of us, the fabled search for true love never seems to find a happy ending. We bounce from relationship to relationship, whether married or single, blaming the other person when things go sour, though never truly knowing what went wrong, never certain if it will work out next time.

Naked Relationships is a smart, fun, and practical guide to building healthy, lasting relationships. Jan Denise, whose newspaper column offers weekly advice on the finer points of love and life, shows you how to take nakedness to a whole new level, physically, mentally, and spiritually. You'll begin to understand relationships in a way you never did before. And you'll come to know that there really is a recipe for perfect love.

Best of all, you'll acquire tools to perfect the most important relationship of all--your unconditional love of self--so that the real you emerges, beautifully naked, ready for an honest relationship with a partner.

 

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I read part of this book in Latin and my girlfriends clothes disappeared. I think I discovered a spell book. 10/10

Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
PART
FORGIVENESS
UNCONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE
PEACE
9 TYPES OF LOVE
DATING STAGES AND GROUPS
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When Jan Denise realized the freedom and joy of nakedness, the peace of being exactly who she was, she wanted to share it. She wanted to help others realize that the greatness they had been trying to conjure up was there, buried under all the stuff. She has a weekly newspaper column, "Naked Relationships", which is now represented by Creators Syndicate and running in newspapers all over the country. Denise says that nothing has more impact on our lives than our relationships. The foundation of our relationships is authenticity, or nakedness; and without it, we're destined to fall short of the love and intimacy we want. She is the author of Naked Relationships and three other gift books. She conducts workshops and retreats all over the country (including the prestigious Omega Institute). Denise lives in Ormond by the Sea, Florida.

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