WELCOME TO THE OASIS ON THE INTERNET FOR THE SINGLE PERSON.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
EXCERPTS FROM THE BOOK:
In the beginning of the book we ask:
JUST HOW MISERABLE ARE YOU?
___ Do you stay at work longer just to avoid coming home?
___ Do you cruise the Internet for hours on end in complete secrecy from your partner?
___ Do you wish your partner were dead?
___ Do you resent having sex with your partner?
___ Do you always pretend you are having sex with someone else?
___ Do you fantasize what your life would be like if you had not met your partner?
___ Do you whoop and holler with glee when your partner goes out of town on business?
___ Is the toilet seat always in the wrong position?
___ If your house was on fire would you save your dog before your mate?
___ Do you lie to your partner? (All the time?)
___ Do you fantasize about infidelity? (All the time?)
___ Do you cheat on your partner? (All the time?)
___ Is your love-making about as exciting as a visit to your accountant?
___ Do you dread growing old with your partner?
___ Do you feel a sense of dread when you see the lights on when you come home?
___ When your partner is sick do you think about calling Dr. Kevorkian first?
___ Do you think that passenger-side seatbelts and airbags are a bad idea?
Listen. If any of these hit a nerve you need to own this book.
And toward the end of our book we conclude as you may also:
Being single can be the best time of your life.
It took us a long time to come to this conclusion. It didnt happen until our friends kept pointing out how happy we always are.
That we have great lives.
Were trying to do the same for you. Point out the fact that being single is great. It seems so simple. The single life is great. Obvious. But no one ever gives it much thought or positive press.
We can save you some time and trouble of having to live the misconception that being single is a negative ex-perience.
Instead, being single can be the best time of your life. Full of great experiences, self-discovery and happiness.
Whether youre single as a breather between relationships. After a divorce. Death of a spouse. Or by choice.
And if you must be in a relationship, its STILL OKAY to be single for a while. Use the time to regroup, take a breather and explore who you are and what you want.
A happier and stronger you leads to a more successful relationship.
And when you do enter a relationship, try and retain your "single" sensibilities. To still be the NEW independent and self-sufficient you.
And when all is said and done:
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