You and Me: A Book about Relationships

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AuthorHouse, May 11, 2006 - Self-Help - 184 pages
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ؠ You are years beyond being a kid or teenager and

ؠ You are single – divorced, widowed, separated, never married – and

ؠ You would like to be in a relationship – but only if it can be a good one -- and

ؠ You are floundering, not sure how to find a partner, or start a relationship, or keep it going, or keep it happy

Then this book is for you.

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About the author (2006)

In a long and diverse career – working with people (teaching, property management), working with things (running a home-repair business), and working with ideas (writing) – I have made many mistakes and been through several marriages. Now happily married, I wanted to share with others some of the lessons I learned from my mistakes and those others have shared with me – and I’ve been fortunate in having a number of friends who were willing to tell me their stories.

A few facts: An MA in Comparative Literature. A year as an exchange student in Germany. Two years in Thailand as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Four years as a counselor on a special educational project in a ghetto school Ten years working with job-training programs and employment issues. Five years running a home-repair business. Ten years in homeowner association management.

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