Shopping for Mr. Right…because you don’t have time for another Mr. Wrong by Marsha Petrie Sue
My friend Marsha Petrie Sue wrote this 125-page book based on her experience — and frustrations — looking for a partner after her first marriage ended. She illustrates her lessons learned with her own stories as well as those of others. She’s came up with a process that worked for her and she believes will work for others.
Marsha’s writing style is similar to her speaking style — light, conversational and sprinkled with humor. She integrates her shopping metaphor whenever possible. She has also sprinkled in surveys to help you assess yourself.
The book’s chapter titles are:
- The Ga-Ga Factor
- Location, Location, Location
- Broken Picker
- Returns: Breaking Up is Hard to Do
- Excuse Me Madam, Would Like Paper or Plastic
- Making a Purchase: Focus, Finance and Flexibility
- Why Marriages Succeed or Fail
The book’s promo describes what it provides:
This book is designed for women and men who have made poor choices in their dating repertoire and who would like to find someone who matches their desired mate-model. Men will find the information useful because of the many resource suggestions. There are incredible tools in identifying a source that anyone can be comfortable with — whether a matchmaker, the Internet, personal ads and so on. In addition, Shopping For Mr. Right gives the insights and energy to move relationship forward in a positive fashion so that people do not wind up as a statistic.
If you’d like a little motivation, as well as some proven how to’s, you’ll enjoy this book. Order here.
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