Happily Ever After isn't working for you--but why? This surprisingly effective new approach to dating from Casey Maxwell Clair identifies the ways people keep themselves single, sometimes without even realizing it--and what they can do to find the loves of their lives.
After ending a painful five-year affair, author Casey Maxwell Clair came to the surprising realization that being married isn't the only way potential partners make themselves unavailable. In fact, men and women can be emotionally, legally, and sexually unavailable for happy, healthy relationships in dozens of ways. Casey Clair's new book, Still Single: Are You Making Yourself Unavailable When You Don't Want to Be?, is filled with startling revelations and indispensable advice on how to conquer this all-too-common dilemma.
Through real-life examples and interviews you'll learn how to:
*Identify behavioral patterns that can be obstacles to a committed relationship
*Ask the questions that will reveal the true nature of someone's intentions
*Eliminate the "unavailable" ones in all their many disguises
*Identify the ways men and women sabotage their own relationships and discover a whole new approach to dating
*Find new ways of understanding yourself that will help you to find the kind of relationship you're looking for
Casey found her true love by following the principles presented in this book. It changed her life, and it can change yours too.
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Publishing Group|
|File size:||386 KB|
About the Author
Casey Maxwell Clair has worked in the entertainment industry for over twenty years. She began her career designing major motion picture campaigns, and subsequently served as the Director of Advertising for both Warner Bros. and ABC Motion Pictures, as well as the Vice President of Advertising and Promotions for CBS Television Network. A successful comedy writer and television producer for the last decade, Clair lives in Los Angeles with her fiancé, producer and screenwriter Christopher Beaumont. She has two grown daughters.