THE MILK IS STILL BAD - And Other Cautionary Tales From A Divorce Lawyer [NOOK Book]

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A Provocative and Satirical Look at Relationships in Our Modern World. Did you ever wish that you had a crystal ball when you start a new relationship that could help you to know if things were going to work out? What Everyone should know before they tie the knot, this book will help you to see it coming, and when necessary, run the other way. When we meet someone new we are often captivated by physical appearance, or sex appeal. You may have invested a lot of time in a relationship before you start to notice ...
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THE MILK IS STILL BAD - And Other Cautionary Tales From A Divorce Lawyer

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Overview

A Provocative and Satirical Look at Relationships in Our Modern World. Did you ever wish that you had a crystal ball when you start a new relationship that could help you to know if things were going to work out? What Everyone should know before they tie the knot, this book will help you to see it coming, and when necessary, run the other way. When we meet someone new we are often captivated by physical appearance, or sex appeal. You may have invested a lot of time in a relationship before you start to notice things that don’t seem quite right, or that you would like to change about your love interest. You should be able to recognize the relationship type before you get into it . In this book the author shares with you the knowledge of a divorce lawyer practicing for fifteen years, someone that has heard almost every imaginable story about why things didn’t work out? This book presents a humorous light hearted look at marriage and relationships in today’s world, and some realistic considerations for anyone about to get into a relationship. Recognize yourself and others in one of these relationship types, and possibly avoid investing time in a relationship that is not going to be a good fit for you. Beyond the humor, this book provides some practical considerations before entering into any long term relationship, that may lead to longer lasting and more successful relationships, or may help you spot a relationship type that you may not wish to become involved with. This book is written from the perspective of a divorce lawyer, sitting across the desk, listening to every reason in the world that relationships have failed for the past fifteen years. The objective is not to be another boring lawyer book, but rather to be funny, entertaining, and provide a unique perspective on relationships never presented before. After reading this book you will be able to recognize your own relationship in one of the chapters of this book. This is not a how to book, nor is it a self help improve your relationship type book, rather this book should be controversial and cause people to start talking about relationship types, why relationships fail, and recognize the relationship type that they are involved in, or considering. Most relationships fail because people are not aware that there are relationship categories that can be easily identified with a little practice. When a relationship is entered blindly simply because people are physically attracted to each other, or because they didn’t know any better, it may be destined for failure. Also included is a very important and life saving chapter to help anyone identify a possible domestic abuser before they get involved in a relationship.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011857683
  • Publisher: Charles Scott
  • Publication date: 10/17/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 51 KB

Meet the Author

Charles Scott is a native of Florida and grew up in St. Petersburg. He has an undergraduate degree and an MBA degree from University of South Florida, in Tampa, Florida, and a Doctorate of Law from Stetson College of Law. Mr. Scott began practicing law in 1993 in Pinellas County, and opened his own law firm in 1996 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Mr. Scott has been representing clients in divorce and family law for over fifteen years, as a lawyer and family law mediator. Mr. Scott has personally experienced two failed marriages and has his own personal perspective on the subject.
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