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Better Love Next Time

How the relationship that didn't last can lead you to Mr Right

by J M Kearns

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When you figure out how love went wrong, you can figure out how to make it go right, what adjustments you may need to make and what sort of man you can be happy with. In his inimitable sensitive style, J M Kearns shows you not just how to cope with failed love, but how to uncover the clues in a failed relationship that can help you find a better one. Better Love Next Time deals with the problems of relationships and the pain of break-ups, the constructive lessons that can be learned and the new course that can be charted. This isn't a quick fix that doesn't work, or a patronising tirade against single women, or written by a self-righteous expert. This book, by contrast, is witty, well-written, practical and grounded in common sense.


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Publisher: Ebury Publishing

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  • ISBN: 9781407026251
  • Release date: January 1, 2009

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  • ISBN: 9781407026251
  • File size: 245 KB
  • Release date: January 1, 2009

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  • File size: 1095 KB
  • Release date: January 1, 2009

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When you figure out how love went wrong, you can figure out how to make it go right, what adjustments you may need to make and what sort of man you can be happy with. In his inimitable sensitive style, J M Kearns shows you not just how to cope with failed love, but how to uncover the clues in a failed relationship that can help you find a better one. Better Love Next Time deals with the problems of relationships and the pain of break-ups, the constructive lessons that can be learned and the new course that can be charted. This isn't a quick fix that doesn't work, or a patronising tirade against single women, or written by a self-righteous expert. This book, by contrast, is witty, well-written, practical and grounded in common sense.


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