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For many, love is an elusive goal that's over before it even has a chance to start--but it doesn't have to be. In A FINE ROMANCE, nationally recognized relationship expert, Dr. Judith Sills, shows how the whole agonizing and exhilarating proces of love actually develops between two people--and how the rules of successful courtship can be learned AND mastered. Discover why there is no one right person, but that love depends only your ability to give and receive it. This book will help lovers learn how to do just that. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
An Owners Manuel to Relationships - GREAT Book. It explains what is going to happen through the early months of dating - Leading up to marriage.Published 5 months ago by Robert Bongiovanni
I love it, bought 8 of them to give to all my single girlfriends, and they all loved it too and keep referring to it!
Can be read over and over again.
Best relationship book I have ever read. It was recommended to me after my divorce, and I have gotten several copies and given them to my kids as they grow up. Read morePublished 12 months ago by none
Funny how we think we are each unique yet we follow the same steps in each relationship. I have given at least a dozen of Dr. Read morePublished 14 months ago by karen G. Johnson
After being discouraged by the whole dating scene and often thinking that there must be something wrong with me, my doctor told me to read this. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Cookie2007
Every time I start dating I pull this book out to remind myself I am exactly where I need to be. I am reminded about the phases of a relationship and it allows me to get through... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jodi L. Stone
I hated this book due to the extremely small (fine) print. I couldn't read it because it hurt my eyes.Published 19 months ago by S. Moore