Happily Un-Married: Living Together and Loving It
by John Curtis (9781934759097)

Happily Un-Married: Living Together and Loving It
 
John Curtis
Release Date: 01 August 2008
Format: Paperback
Pages: 144
Category: Interpersonal Relations
Publisher: Robert Reed Publishers
ISBN: 9781934759097
ISBN-10: 1934759090



Living together is widely accepted and this is the first book to take a serious and non-judgmental look at helping these couples improve the fitness of their relationships. This first-ever "Fitness Guide" is a complete resource for anyone who answers yes to any of these questions:1.Are you living together now?2.Are you thinking about living together?3.Is your live-in relationship getting rocky?4.Do you know someone who needs help with their live-in relationship?5.Do you want to strengthen your live-in relationship?6.Do you want to know more about the reasons, risks and future of cohabitating?The strategies in this book can be successfully applied to a new romance where the couple is just thinking about cohabitating, a newly cohabitating couple who want to maintain the relationship, as a possible stepping-stone to marriage, or a long-term cohabitating couple who want to strengthen their relationship but never plan to marry. This book provides a clear, step-by-step method to use winning business strategies to create a winning live-in relationship.

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