In Love Smart: Find the One You Want - Fix the One You Got, Dr. Phil tells people who are dissatisfied with their love lives to stop making excuses (All the good ones are taken; I'm too fat/skinny/boring/unpredictable for anyone to love me; I should stick with the relationship I have, I'm not going to do any better) and start taking action! Dr. Phil knows that you deserve a committed relationship, and it is within your control to have the one you want. First though, you need to determine what you want in a partner, plot your course, and get out there and create velocity in your pursuit of a loving connection. The dating world is a vastly new place: meeting people at bars or through friends used to be the only option, but that's not true anymore. Love Smart explores new possibilities, new places to meet people, including the Internet, and new activities to get involved in where you'll find interesting people. Or if you are simply looking to rekindle the relationship you are already in, Dr. Phil will tell you how to turn up the flame.
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Loved Love Smart. So interesting - perhaps too many useful nuggets didn't catch all of them. A lot of the information needs reviewing and perhaps a hardback copy would be more useful for that purpose. Nevertheless felt encouraged, motivated and enlightened after listening to this very witty and gentle book!
Yes, this one is definitely written specifically for women. But, it's a must-read (er...listen) for any woman fed up and frustrated with the quest for a successful relationship. Nothing earth-shattering or even new, necessarily, but still great reinforcement of the fundamentals to finding that elusive
Dr. Phil's trademark straightforward, no-nonsense delivery.
This isn't a bad book but it really isn't anything new. It covers some really basic stuff...Not bad if you haven't read or listened to anything like this before...
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