Naked!: How to Find the Perfect Partner by Revealing Your True Self
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Naked!: How to Find the Perfect Partner by Revealing Your True Self

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Are you sick and tired of trying to make your relationships work? Have you had enough of putting your own needs and desires on the back burner while you try to fulfill those of someone else? Here’s the reality of the situation: dating isnotabout trying to make things work, and it’snotabout putting off the things you want. What datingisall about is finding the person who i...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published January 15th 2012 by Hay House (first published January 1st 2012)
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James Andersen
This book is most helpful, while I won't necessarily adopt his whole lifestyle, there are points here of assimilation that I find most helpful. The first half of this year (2013) I was in the midst of cultivating an amazing relationship with someone, sadly that relationship didn't come to fruition and ended on a sour note.

I was left wondering what I did wrong and left also being angry at her for leading me on for a little over 6 months [or more likely we were leading each other on], I felt diso...more
Zachary Yeung
As the aphorism goes, To know means to know all.
My soul searching started with a relationship advice book, and I had gone this far getting to know deeper about life and the meaning of our existence.
Now at my hand is a just-read relationship book, I'm in awe at how Life always brings the seekers to what he or she looks for - a deeper level of meaning behind our search for another half.
Rein Elzinga
Geen openingszinnen, maar allerlei oefeningen om uit je comfort zone te stappen en meer sociaal te worden. Het idee om een dag naar de andere kant van je stad te gaan en daar vakantie te houden is grappig en origineel.
Het advies voor jezelf in detail op te schrijven wat je belangrijk vind in een partner kan helpen. Er wordt voorbijgegaan dat veel mensen dit totaal niet weten of willen weten. Zo iemand zal die oefening niet doen. Een journaal bijhouden na een ervaring is wel goed idee.
De stijl i...more
Carma Spence
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and recommend it to anyone who wants to have better love relationships in their life.
Basic message is good, but the author's pumped up style is highly annoying and makes you question everything he says.
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