This insightful guide is written for mature women who are having trouble finding a compatible man to date or who are already in relationships but have burning questions. Dr. Zukerman offers refreshingly honest advice based on her clinical, academic, and personal experience, accompanied by true stories. In a practical and realistic way, the book answers all the questions mature women have about the contemporary dating scene. It covers issues such as meeting people on-line and though personal ads, safety concerns, where to go on your dates, how to attract men and how to protect yourself and your assets. It includes a few true cautionary stories as well as many more true success stories of people who found fulfilling relationships after age 50.
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Rachelle Zukerman has a Ph.D. and is a tenured professor at UCLA specializing in issues of aging. She writes a column that is online at TodaysSeniors.com and is syndicated by Mature Features called "Young at Heart" that appears in several community newspapers and newsletters in California, Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, and Northern Michigan. She speaks and conducts workshops on the topic at all kinds of venues from the Learning Annex to community colleges to cruise lines, and best of all, met and married her own current husband after her 51st birthday. So she speaks as an expert and from personal experience. She has also done some television, including doing guest spots on Women to Women (CBS).From Publishers Weekly:
Single women over 50 who are confident that the best is yet to come will be pleased to find a dating book just for them. Written in a upbeat, practical style that is both reassuring and motivating, Young at Heart: The Mature Woman's Guide to Finding and Keeping Romance addresses a full spectrum of issues including sexuality and intimacy at an older age. Psychologist Rachelle Zukerman, an expert on aging and author of a column that appears in several Southern California newspapers, guides women in dealing with the emotions, children and financial arrangements left from previous relationships, firmly convinced that finding lasting love helps people live longer. Agent, Sheree Bykofsky.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110809297663
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-055-36-9428809