Finding the Right Partner in Life [NOOK Book]


If you're alone and lonely
or struggling with a relationship,
the following could be
the most important thing you read all year...

You're a human being - and that means you need love and companionship. Even if you're so successful that...
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Finding the Right Partner in Life

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If you're alone and lonely
or struggling with a relationship,
the following could be
the most important thing you read all year...

You're a human being - and that means you need love and companionship. Even if you're so successful that you literally have unneeded hundred dollar bills falling out of your pockets, if you don't have a functional relationship, you won't be happy.

But no one needs to tell you this. Whether you're in a dysfunctional relationship or whether you badly want to be in relationship, you FEEL this problem - you FEEL the absence of a functional, loving relationship...
You're Completely Alone

And no matter what anyone else tells you, you know you're not better off for it. You want a loving partner, who not only makes you happy, but IMPROVES you...

Yes, a partner who IMPROVES you...

He/She can point out things about YOU that YOU don't notice. You can do the same for him/her.
He/She can soften the impact of HUGE emotional shocks to your life by being there when you need someone.
He/She will love you always, regardless of what you do or say.
He/She will make you feel confident, so that you can take on any challenge...
And most importantly, she will make you stable. No more hunting around for someone to date casually.
And if you've ever been in such a loving relationship, you know all of this. And you want it again...

But There's a Problem

There are billions of fish in the dating pool... and many of them simply aren't good choices for a partnership.

Now, this doesn't mean they're bad people. In fact, they might even have some of the qualities you want badly in a partner. They might also be emotionally-stable people looking for relationships. But plainly, many of them wont be a good match for you. And that's your problem.

Here's another huge, massive, seemingly insurmountable problem: you don't have any idea how to narrow the field. You found yourself all alone and lonely-and badly wanting to find someone to be with-and you also suddenly remembered that you have no idea how to find anyone. So you rattled off a list of possible places in your head.

"Let's see - my buddy met that one girl at a bar. And then there's nightclubs. I hear people meet at nightclubs sometimes. Hmm... what else?"

Guess what? You just made the same mistake that everyone else does: you've not only assumed that "bars and clubs" are the only place to find people, but you've assumed that they're a good place to find people, too. Big mistake. Couples that last usually didn't meet at a bar or a club...

If this next idea is floating to the surface, you'll want to consider shooting it down, too: "Well, I could ask my friend Amy to set me up with someone else on a blind date..."

Let's avoid this one, too. Unless you've got someone in mind-and you know that person is a reasonable selection-blind dates usually aren't a reliable way to find long term partners.

In reality, though, much of this might not matter yet. If you've got no confidence and you know it, you're going to have a hard time finding dates that match all of your criteria - even if you're fishing in the right pool.

And if you've had serious problems with past relationships, you might not even want to dip your feet into the pool-even if you think you do. As painful as it sounds, you could be better off staying single until you're emotionally-stable.

This is a handful to sort out. You know, but what can you do about it?

You can get some tested advice. Stuff that is proven to work. Stuff that most people who are in loving relationships had to understand at one point. Maybe you even knew all of this stuff at one point, too. You just don't remember it now...

So here's what I suggest. I suggest that you read my ebook.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011889783
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 10/28/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 127 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2013

    No good

    This book talks about common sense stuf and no real meat. I did not take away any concrete things i can take action on in order to actively work toward finding a partner. It was more like the author was talkimg at me but didnt really have a focus toward giving any real tools for finding a partner. Really a pretty worthless read. Also the author doesnt include any qualifications to give me reason to listen to what is advised.

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