Run to the Nearest Exit (8 Types of Men to Avoid Dating)

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AuthorHouse, Dec 4, 2008 - Humor - 52 pages
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                 Preface

 

 

       This book is a culmination of life experiences of a

 

single women forced into the dating scene at the age of

 

forty-five after 15 years of marriage. It is light-hearted

 

humor with a touch of cynicism. It entails actual meetings

 

with men along with critical advice for the new divorcee.

 

It can teach the new dater what men are really saying

 

through their actions and translate what their words

 

really mean. My hope is for all women who are newly

 

divorced or suddenly single will take heed and learn to

 

date with both eyes open in order to find fulfillment in

 

this transitional process in their life and understand

 

that sometimes being alone is not a bad place to be.

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About the author (2008)

 

 

 

       Ann is a 1981 graduate of Purdue University in

 

West Lafayette, Indiana with a Bachelor of Science .

 

She is the mother of a son and a daughter in their

 

teens which  provides ongoing challenges. Humor is

 

paramount in her life and she is the first to laugh at

 

herself as you will see in this satirical book on dating.

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