Relationships: Caveat Emptor: What You Should Know and Do Before You Enter Into One- and After
Strategic Insight Publishing, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 358 pages
This book, tells us the stark choices, risks and benefits that lay before us in our attempt to form a relationship and even after we have done so. You may ask: Why does a particular relationship succeed or fail? Should I befriend someone? What are the benefits of marriage? What are the advantages of cohabitation? Should I go into business relationship with someone? And many such questions are answered in this book. Never before has a book on human relationships been written with such clarity. Based on everyday practical experiences, the author diligently combined his knowledge of law, mental health practice, reproductive medicine and gynaecology to achieve spectacular results in this book. The book will appeal to all ages especially couples in marriages, cohabitation or "common-law" relationships with or without children. Parents and guardians will find the book useful as an aid to guide teenagers who could also independently read the book, themselves. The resource in this volume will serve as a useful antenna for dating individuals too. In addition, persons in platonic friendships and potential or existing business partners will benefit from the insight that is provided in the book .
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