Finding the Right One After Divorce: Avoiding the 13 Common Mistakes People Make in Remarriage [NOOK Book]

Overview

There are 23 million divorced people in the United States today. More than 80
percent of these people will remarry, and many of those marriages will fail. Divorce
recovery experts Edward Tauber and Jim Smoke draw on their 30 years of
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Finding the Right One After Divorce: Avoiding the 13 Common Mistakes People Make in Remarriage

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Overview

There are 23 million divorced people in the United States today. More than 80
percent of these people will remarry, and many of those marriages will fail. Divorce
recovery experts Edward Tauber and Jim Smoke draw on their 30 years of
experience as divorce counselors and a survey of more than 600 individuals to
explore why people end up divorced again and what they can do to successfully remarry.


To help readers avoid making the mistakes others have made, the authors present 13
wrong reasons to remarry, including:



  • loneliness

  • need to be needed

  • to provide fathers or moms for kids

  • to prove the divorce wasn’t their fault

  • they’ve found their “soul mates”


Tauber and Smoke provide practical guidelines based on
biblical principles to help people find partners who share values, have compatible
personalities, agree on child–raising principles, and more. Includes
helpful “Ready2Remarry” self test.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736949231
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/1/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 456,556
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Edward M. Tauber, a corporate researcher, industry consultant, and divorce counselor received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. A former full professor and department chairman at the University of Southern California, he’s also been a senior executive and consultant with many Fortune 500 companies. Edward and his wife, Monica, live in California.
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Table of Contents


Introduction     5
The Greatest Problem from Divorce     15
Post-Divorce Syndrome     21
Choosing the Wrong One     11
Blind Spots and Pressures     33
Wrong Reason #1: Rescue Me     39
Wrong Reason #2: I'll Show You     57
Wrong Reason #3: Stop the Dating Game     57
Wrong Reason #4: Somebody's Going to Move in Here     75
Wrong Reason #5: Romance Me, I'm Yours     87
Wrong Reason #6: Jump-start My Life     101
Wrong Reason #7: Feelin' the Pressure     111
Wrong Reason #8: It's Time     125
Wrong Reason #9: A Fish on the Line     133
Wrong Reason #10: Found My Soul Mate     143
Wrong Reason #11: Money: That's What I Want     155
Wrong Reason #12: For the Children's Sake     167
Wrong Reason #13: It's a Couples' World     177
Marrying for the Right Reasons     185
Get Whole!     197
The Ready2Remarry Test     217
What's Stopping You?     225
You Are Not Alone!     233
Notes     243
Recommended Reading and Statistical Sources     245
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2011

    Excellent Book

    This book is very well written. It is easy to read and written in plain english, not some hard to read therapy jargon. If you are dating or thinking about dating after divorce, read this book first.

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