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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Adams Media (December 18, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1440522065
  • ISBN-13: 978-1440522062
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.8 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #603,748 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Janet Blair Page, PhD is a psychotherapist with more than thirty years of experience in private practice in New York and Atlanta. She teaches at Emory University and has been in the New York Times, Glamour, and on CNN, FOX, Good Morning America, and The Early Show.

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Customer Reviews

SHE got married this year!
marie masters
I'd recommend the book for those looking to find the right person to form a long lasting relationship.
Patricia Faulhaber
She also has quizzes, questions and very good pointers in this book.
BookJunkieMom

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Patricia Faulhaber on December 22, 2011
Format: Hardcover
Would a yearlong, twelve-step plan help you get motivated into finding the right person to plan a future and family with? Author Janet Blair Page, Ph.D. presents just such a plan in her new book.

Page tells readers in an easy-to-read and even easier to follow, book where she highlights that the main goal is not just getting married in a year, but marrying well to the person that fits you the best. Yet another important message she writes about is the importance of developing a time frame to set and achieve a goal.

There are three main sections to the book, what you are doing wrong, beginning the search and on the road to happily ever after. There are numerous worksheets, self-assessment quizzes, lists such as the spouse shopping list and numerous suggests for self-reflection included throughout the book. There are also short "Love Notes" and "Love Stories" that are fun and interesting.

One of the most unique concepts Page describes is the "Love Resume" used to create a catalog of past relationships. Each chapter begins with a myth and a truth phrase. One sample is that the right person will complete you, the myth. The truth, the right person will be a good match for the person you happen to be.

This is just a fun and interesting book that is a delight to read. If you like it, you can get a ring on it (your ring finger) in no time. I'd recommend the book for those looking to find the right person to form a long lasting relationship.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Angel Maynard on December 21, 2011
Format: Hardcover
It was a thrill and an honor to be asked to review the newest book 365 Days to "I Do" Get Married This Year by one of Atlanta's very own. Janet Blair Page, PhD has more than 30 years in psychotherapy private practice in Atlanta and New York. She teaches at Emory University and has a very successful dating class that has been featured on Atlanta's CNN, FOX, Good Morning America, and The Early Show.

With 2012 literally right around the corner, what better time is there than right now to pick up a copy of this book if you are in the dating game and looking to pair up for life. I mean come on, if the Turtle Doves can do it, so can we! With Dr. Page's help you can start off 2012 looking for the right the partner, and you will also get tips on how to "get to know yourself get out of your own way" when it comes to finding love and happiness.

The book is loaded with tips and advice, but it is also interactive in that it begins with having the reader take a good look at themselves and their history in Chapter One. From that information the book has a jumping off point to help you realize and evaluate finding love and a relationship.

Here's a sample of the many "Love Notes" that are through out the book:

"Heed the old cliche` when you point a finger, there are three more pointing back at you."

From Chapter 3: Self-Indulgence

"Nothing dampens a love relationship faster than yelling, meanness, and overall immaturity. After all, it takes a grownup to have a good marriage: in fact, it takes two. Character assassination is not foreplay."

As someone who's been married for quite some time, I can say that this book is full of real, practical advice that really rings true and not just for those that are single.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BookJunkieMom on March 6, 2012
Format: Hardcover
This is a self help book, but in the sense that the author is teaching you as the single woman to make sure you are ready for that next step by following the steps in her book. These steps are broken into interactive Parts and Chapters; such as Know Yourself (Part 1:What Am I Doing Wrong?, Chapter 1), The Simple Rules of Dating (Part 2:Let The Search Begin, Chapter 7), Connection and Communication (Part 3: The Road to Happily Ever After, Chapter 11). I do feel all the chapters are important. I like appreciate the fact that she not only talks about all aspects of a relationship (what you will not budge not and what you are willing to negotiate/talk about) but also makes it clear that you need to make sure you are happy as you are and with who you are and bring in as little baggage into your next relationship as possible. She makes clear that baggage as in divorce and kids and things of that nature cannot be helped but on the same note that especially kids should not be considered baggage.
She also has quizzes, questions and very good pointers in this book. I think my favorite part of this book was the tips/pointers for the first date and the dating time table. I know a lot of women who strongly feel that they don't want to wait to put all their cards on the table; that the man needs to know upfront what he is getting into or feel that they don't have the time or patience to give information a little at a time. But the author actually gives do's and don'ts to dating. Such as don't go somewhere where one person knows everyone or most everyone or even some people ( you get the picture ) and the other person doesn't know anybody. After each tip/point, she explains why: This might make the person feel awkward, nervous, they might feel judged, etc.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By marie masters on July 23, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Dr. Janet Page, Relationship Specialist and Counselor for 30+ years, shows off her considerable expertise in this compassionate, no-holds-barred, how-to manual for the wannabe and cynic alike.

Want some practical advice on how to get and keep a man? Dr. Page has tips even Carrie Bradshaw would appreciate--not to mention Grandma. In "Get Married this Year: 365 Days to "I Do", learn how to cinch-belt that leopard skin, pick up that club, love-tap that guy, drag him back to your lair and keep him there. He'll love you for it.

Dr. Page not only talks the talk, she walks the walk. SHE got married this year!
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