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Publisher:  Createspace ISBN-10:  1442152281


Copyright:  March 15, 2008 ISBN-13:  9781442152281

Love and be loved.


This is not just another workbook but by far one of the greatest investments you will make in yourself. Let's face it: If we want to have more love we've got to become more loving. A desire which will cause us to work on ourselves more than we work on anything else. These activities compounded over the upcoming weeks will be one of the best things you could do for your personal development. Thereby giving you the edge you need to developing stronger human relationships.

Consequently, setting you apart from those who don't really know what love is.


Love is a beautiful thing - a statement so familiar to many. Yet few are unwilling to put the wood in the stove to keep love ablaze with magnificence. In this book author John A. Andrews turns up the heat by presenting dynamic, magnetic, integrated and cohesive principles for keeping love alive in relationships. Without which, love remains stagnant - sitting on the fence. Many spend most of their lives going to school; earning several degrees but fail to invest in this relational quality. Like iron sharpening iron, this irresistible volume will categorically sharpen your relational axe. It contains the blueprint... If you're a man looking for your true love, your preparation is paramount; you want to be ready when that opportunity presents itself, and if you're a woman looking for that Mr. Right, no longer will you claim a good man is hard to find; you'll know if he's a catch or a throwback.

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