Someone for Everyone

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9780615791135: Someone for Everyone

There is a vast gap between scientific knowledge accumulated over the last 100 years, and actual application of that knowledge in people's desire to find happy and lasting relationships. The goal of Someone for Everyone is to use that knowledge to provide guidance to those in search of lasting love. It is written by a family sociologist with decades of experience, but the tone of the book is lighthearted and unpretentious. Regardless of your age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or past relationships, using the methods in this book, you can find the right person without drastically changing your personality. Inserts in the book will guide you along a valuable process of self-exploration that will help you get to know yourself. In turn, being authentic enables you to attract the right kind of partner. You will be encouraged by stories of real-life couples of all ages and backgrounds who have succeeded in their search for lasting love. In addition, this book will teach you how to: Overcome habits that lead to disappointing relationships Sort through online dating sites to find the right service for you Use personal networking strategies to make the right contacts Find dates that share your personal interests Separate truth from fiction in the world of international romance Find love at any age

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Dr. Jedlicka is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a doctorate degree in sociology from the University of Hawaii and a doctorate degree in Marital Therapy from Texas Woman s University. He has participated in a pioneering National Science Foundation study on computer applications in information exchange in relationships. His research on counseling and supervision on the Internet appeared in the Journal of Technology in Counseling, and in Professional Issues in Counseling. He also published in The Journal of Marriage and the Family, Family Relations, Family Science Review, the Journal of Social Psychology, and other books and articles. His research articles on Globalization of Romance, Computer Dating, International Mate Selection, Social Networks, and Couple Counseling Online, have been widely cited in professional and popular publications. He also writes for a wider audience, applying his research to guide people toward more successful personal relationships.

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After getting divorced over a decade ago, I never thought that I would be dating or finding love again. After reading this book, I am again hopeful. It is easy to read,written for the average person, and does not contain a lot of academic jargon. I cannot wait to try some of the suggestions from the book. --Amazon Customer

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