First Comes Love, Then What? Challenging Your Assumptions on Dating Love, and Commitment [NOOK Book]

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In today's culture, misconceptions and unrealistic expectations about love and marriage abound - leading to disappointment and disintegrating relationships. It’s time for a reality check!
Kim Beair, an experienced counselor and psychotherapist, helps to guide readers and keep them from making mistakes that can lead to broken hearts and marriages.
Arm yourself with knowledge about red flags and warnings signs ...
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First Comes Love, Then What? Challenging Your Assumptions on Dating Love, and Commitment

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Overview

In today's culture, misconceptions and unrealistic expectations about love and marriage abound - leading to disappointment and disintegrating relationships. It’s time for a reality check!
Kim Beair, an experienced counselor and psychotherapist, helps to guide readers and keep them from making mistakes that can lead to broken hearts and marriages.
Arm yourself with knowledge about red flags and warnings signs to look for in your search for the perfect mate!
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Editorial Reviews

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FIRST COMES LOVE THEN COMES WHAT?
Challenging your assumptions on dating, love and commitment
By Kimberly Beair, MS LPC
ISBN 978-1-58997-448-7
Tyndale Publishers/Focus on the Family
Reviewer Elisabeth H. Bantz www.bantzbooks.com

Where was this book when I was dating? I know; the author wasn't born yet. Well, anyone of dating age (which is pretty much any age these days) will benefit from this intuitive look at how we make our choices, and how we might do better.<
FaithfulReader.com
Actionable practical advice for people trying to navigate confusing relational waters, July 14, 2008
By
FaithfulReader.com ( New York , New York ) - See all my reviews
As a licensed professional counselor for over 18 years, Kimberly Beair has certainly seen people struggling with the fallout of bad relationships. And in FIRST COMES LOVE, THEN WHAT? one gets the sense that she has found the culprit behind so many broken hearts and souls --- the powerful phrase "happily ever after." &
Church Libraries, Summer 2008
For many singles, falling in love is not the issue. The problem is that they don't know if it's the "right" someone and, if it is, how to stay in love withthat someone. This book helps with those relationship issues that make dating, engagement, and marriage so difficult. Beair, a professional counselor, gives practical advice on how to recognize pitfalls in dating, maintain healthy communication, manage expectations, and deal with relationship conflicts. With specific examples and personal appl
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015504200
  • Publisher: Kim Beair
  • Publication date: 10/14/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 175
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Kim Beair, MS, LPC, NCC is the Owner of Resolution Consulting, LLC, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor & National Certified Counselor.

During her 20 years in the mental health profession, she has served on the senior administrative teams of some of
Tulsa 's finest psychiatric facilities.

Kim is an instructor at the college level and has worked in public and private schools.
Her private practice has served individuals, corporations, churches and the military for over 20 years.
She holds professional continuing education workshops for Counselors and Social Workers in the State of Oklahoma
and is an Oklahoma State Department of Health Supervisor for Licensed Professional Counselor Candidates.
She has been a trusted media resource for the local and national press regarding
mental health and relationship issues, including being featured on CNN.

"First Comes Love, Then What? Challenging Your Assumptions on Dating, Love and Commitment" was first written for Focus on the Family. They have now released the publishing rights to Kim and she brings it to you now in digital format!

Kim has served as Editor and Chief Writer of Community Kids Magazine, has had a regular column
in the Asbury Tidings Magazine, and has written for many other local and national publications.

Kim Founded the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International Chapter in Tulsa in 1996,
and spearheaded integration efforts for all Hurricane Katrina evacuees relocated to Tulsa.
She has spent 27 years serving the community working with a variety of charitable and for-profit organizations.

Kim hopes that you take advantage of her extensive clinical experience and enjoy the process of becoming
everything you want to be.

What are you waiting for? Step into a reality check for success in love for a lifetime!
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