Why Can't I Fall in Love?: A 12-Step Program

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Harper Collins, Apr 30, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 304 pages
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"Something's missing in my life." "Everyone I meet is imperfect." "I date and date, but I just can't commit." "I'm so busy all the time." "Who needs love, anyway?"

Sound familiar? For every such plea, Shmuley Boteach -- author of the international bestseller Kosher Sex -- has the answer. In Why Can't I Fall in Love? Boteach blends time-honored wisdom with practical tips and anecdotes from his private counseling practice. Boteach presents a radical program designed to help singles (and even those in long-term relationships) make their dreams of love a reality.


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Rabbi Boteach, the popular author of Kosher Sex, argues that society is teaching us not to love--and offers some countermeasures. Read full review


The Problem
Whats Wrong with Love?
Games Daters Play
Roadblocks to Falling in Love
Addressing the C WordAre You a CommitmentPhobe?
Remedies for Loneliness
The Union of Opposites
Dependence Sets Us Free
Everything I Know About Falling in Love I Learned in the Garden of Eden
An Idea Whose Time Should Come Back
Exercises for Falling in Love
Why Cant I Stay in Love? Toward a Lifetime of Fulfillment
The Love Prophets Recovery Program for Dating Dependents and Love Anorexics

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Shmuley Boteach is host of the daily national radio program The Rabbi Shmuley Show on Oprah & Friends and Sirius XM Satellite Radio and host of the award-winning national television show Shalom in the Home on TLC. He is also the international bestselling author of twenty books, including the New York Times bestselling Kosher Sex and Ten Conversations You Need to Have with Your Children. In 2007, Boteach was labeled "a cultural phenomenon" and "the most famous rabbi in America" by Newsweek, and was also named one of the ten most influential rabbis in America. He has been profiled in many of the world's leading publications, including Time, Newsweek, the New York Times, London Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and Washington Post. Shmuley and his wife, Debbie, have nine children.

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