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Why keep kissing frogs when this book shows you the way to confidently attract the “prince” you’ve been looking for! Are you afraid to start dating again because of the dating disasters and game playing stories you’ve heard? Tired of repeating old patterns that attract the same bores, brutes or boys? Need help moving out of your comfort zone and into your new life? Millions of women over 40 are looking for more – and they want it now!
Authors Sherman and Sedacca understand the needs, challenges and insecurities mature women face in finding meaningful relationships. They address the real issues facing dynamic, active women re-entering the dating world in mid-life with priorities and baggage vastly different from their younger years. To succeed, it’s important to be realistic about what you can and cannot expect from a romantic, long-term relationship. The ‘99 tips’ in this guide deliver realistic guidance you’ll relate to and welcome. It will have you dating smarter, feeling more empowered and having more fun.
“99 Things is filled with wisdom you never got growing up and you can't get from your friends. It's not just a good guide to dating, it's a smart guide to living.” -Judith Sherven, PhD and Jim Sniechowski, PhD, best-selling authors of The Smart Couple's Guide to the Wedding of Your Dreams
“This small book packs a really big punch, and provides solid, grounded answers to the big questions mature women often find themselves asking.” -Jackie Black, Ph.D., author of Meeting Your Match: Cracking the Code to Successful Relationships
It’s time to stop being an observer, watching and waiting while life goes on without you. Become part of the action. Create your best life. This book will show you how to avoid the pitfalls and mistakes many women face and encourage you to step outside your comfort zone into a place of insight, awareness and conscious decision-making. Discover insights, advice and no-nonsense tips you need to know to help you develop the healthy, mutually satisfying love relationship you’ve always desired and deserve. Don’t let it pass you by!
- File Size: 297 KB
- Print Length: 212 pages
- Publisher: DocUmeant Publishing (November 23, 2009)
- Publication Date: November 23, 2009
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B002YK45P0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- X-Ray: Not Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Best Book Ever on Dating in Your Dotage
2 people found this helpful.
Where was this wonderful book when I found myself on the dating scene at the tender age of 52? This is the guide for every woman who is dating in her 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and beyond. Amy Sherman and Rosalind Sedacca have covered every aspect of dating over 40. They are so right when they say that it’s not the same as it was in your youth. The times have changed, and the rules have changed. It seems to me that this is a book for women of all ages. It is filled with good solid advice. Happily, I found that perfect second husband before the book was published, but I will use this as a gift for anyone I know who is struggling through the process. One of my favorite statements in the book is “Develop your sense of humor.” Dating can be challenging and difficult, but it has its funny moments. Do remember to laugh—but first buy the book. You will have no regrets.
6 people found this helpful.
I read every word of this book, short and to the point about dating after 40 and before 100! I was able to see a few things differently after reading what guys think as well as what the author wrote about in the book. She is so right about so many things, the stories seem like she was talking about everything I have ever done wrong in a relationship and what kind of people to avoid as well. Great short little book that does everything the title says it will do for you.
Its about time a professional woman wrote a practical how-to date book for baby-boomers.
16 people found this helpful.
This is the first time I have taken the time to write a book review. I hope it will be useful as you decide whether or not to purchase this great book.
Good read for the midlife after.
4 people found this helpful.
Dating is different at 50 or at midlife. Reminders of red flags are important so you don’t put up with unacceptable behaviors and traits to look for are equally important. Book is easy to read & a resource I’ll keep close as I navigate this new phase in my life.
Happy gift for my sister!
3 people found this helpful.
I bought this book for my divorced sister, a 47 year old professional. A single mom with teenagers who married her high school sweetheart at age 19, she never had the opportunity to date as a kid. She devoured this book, cover to cover in 2 days, then reread the book again over the next week. She realized that she needed the motivation to move on with her life and wanted to feel good about herself again. She told me that this book inspired her to begin a new, exciting chapter in her life. She had her first date last weekend, celebrating her birthday at dinner with a man who had worked with her on and off over the years. Was she thrilled with the experience? YES! Will she continue to make strides in her life based on this book? YES! Thanks to Rosalind and Amy for giving my sister the information she needed to brighten her life and redirect her to happier days!
good common sense
5 people found this helpful.
I think this is a book filled with common sense thoughts. It is well organized and thorough. It does not truly give concrete directives on how to go about the process as the back cover suggests. Maybe that’s in another of her books.
I would recommend it highly
This book was extremely helpful. I would recommend it highly.