Date-- Or Soul Mate?: How to Know If Someone is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates Or Less

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Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 201 pages
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He feels a strong attraction to her. She wonders if he could be "the one." In the glamorous haze of early romantic attraction it's hard to know whether a relationship will lead to true love-or to a negative or even catastrophic relationship. This book helps men and women who want healthy and satisfying marriages identify the early warning signs of an unhealthy relationship. Dr. Warren shows readers how to hold out for God's best for their lives instead of settling for the first one to come along and outlines the factors that increase the chances for marital success. For those who want to become wiser in their relationship choices, this practical guide will help them find the love they want and avoid the pain they don't need.

Revised edition of How to Know If Someone Is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less.

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User Review  - KellyB - Christianbook.com

I read this book 8 years ago. I've given this book to my teens, their friends, my friends. This is the best dating advice ever! Make your shopping list and keep it with you at all times. Read full review

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User Review  - Lindsay Camerer - Christianbook.com

Great book. Warren has a great method of breaking down what you, personally, hope for in another person so that you don't have to play guessing games. Definitely a must-have for anyone looking for a significant other. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
ix
Why You May to Read This Book and Why I Want You to Read It
xi
Winning at the Dating Game
1
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

As one of America's best-known relational psychologists, Dr. Warren earned his Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Chicago. His first book, Make Anger Your Ally, was heralded a "must read" by Time magazine, and his best-selling Finding the Love of Your Life won a Gold Medallion. Learning to Live with the Love of Your Life, and Loving It was selected by USA Today as an outstanding contribution to the field of marriage. His most recent books are God Said It, Don't' Sweat It and How to Know if Someone Is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less. He and his wife, Kay, live in southern CA, and have three grown daughters.

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