Monday
Jan072019

Love Factually for Single Parents now available worldwide

“LOVE FACTUALLY FOR SINGLE PARENTS” FIRST SCIENCE-BASED BOOK FOR FINDING LASTING LOVE THE NEXT TIME AROUND

 

“A third of American children are being raised in non-nuclear families, yet until now, no book has existed to help their parents happily repartner with someone who is good for everyone in the family. Love Factually for Single Parents fills this void, based on science.”
– Duana C. Welch, Ph.D. 
Relationship science publisher LoveScience Media announces launch of Love Factually for Single Parents [& Those Dating Them], by Duana C. Welch, Ph.D.

EUGENE, OREGON – January 7, 2019 – LoveScience Media has announced its launch of Love Factually for Single Parents [& Those Dating Them]. The book is sold at Amazon.com, iTunes, Audible, and booksellers nationwide, and is available in paperback, audiobook, and e-book formats. A free chapter, plus the free workbook to accompany the book, is available now at http://www.lovefactually.co

Love Factually for Single Parents is the first science-based book for men and women who want to find and keep the right love partner not only for them, but their families.

Says Love Factually’s author, Duana C. Welch, Ph.D., “A third of American children are being raised in non-nuclear families, yet until now, no book has existed to help their parents happily repartner with someone who is good for everyone in the family. Love Factually for Single Parents not only fills this void, it uses science as the basis for the step-by-step, easy-to-use guidance throughout. This is the book I needed and didn’t have. Finally, readers — male, female, straight, gay — have an accurate action plan to use at any stage of dating, maximizing your chances of finding lifelong love while keeping your kids in mind. Readers will be able to get ready for love, seek out the kinds of people they need, and succeed at communicating with their chosen partner as they go through this book. It worked for me!”

Welch, whose work has been carried at Time Magazine, Psychology Today, eHarmony, and others, spent four years as a single mother. The book comes nearly eleven years into her very happy marriage to a man she met using the science-based techniques in the book. But, Welch adds, “The book is not only for women. About a third of my first book’s readers are men, as are over half of my clients. Science is very clear that men want and need love; they just tend to shy away from opinion. It’s also not just for single parents, but for anyone who has ever considered dating a single parent. Love Factually for Single Parents brings the evidence to bear in a way that I hope will speak to everyone.” 

The experts in the relationship science field agree. Dr. David M. Buss , evolutionary psychologist and author of The Evolution of Desire, endorsed this book, saying, “Terrific, scientifically sound advice; every reader will finish wiser.” Dr. Terri Orbuch, originator of the Early Years of Marriage project and author of two science-based relationship books including Finding Love Again: 6 Simple Steps to a New and Happy Relationship,concurs: “Don’t sit back and hope love happens. Instead, get the facts for you and your children. You will love reading this book!” Dr. Everett Worthington, Jr., author of Couple Therapy: A New Hope-Focused Approach, says, “AT LAST — a superb research-based, reader-friendly guide to dating and mating after a significant romantic relationship has ended.” And Dr. Tim Cole, attachment-style expert and author of Broken Trust: Overcoming an Intimate Betrayal, calls this book “A must read… provides all the knowledge, skills, and tools single parents need to succeed at the complicated task of creating lasting love.” 

Non-scientists love the book, too. Susan Page, acclaimed author of If I’m So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single, calls it “A wise, hopeful, and yes, factual guide for everyone who has loved and lost. This book will heal your heart and help you love again — this time, for life.” Licensed professional counselor Carrie-Lynne Pietig says, “Find laughter, healing, balance, and a partner to fearlessly love. As a counselor and a single parent, I highly recommend this book!” And attorney-mediator for family law, Joan N. Norton, recommends Love Factually for Single Parents: “We don’t get this mating training at home growing up… Add children to the equation and people definitely need this wonderfully specialized book.”

Dating industry leader eHarmony has also endorsed, calling Love Factually for Single Parents “The must-read for single parents in the dating arena. Brilliant.”

About Love Factually for Single Parents [& Those Dating Them]:

Marriages may come and go, but parenthood is forever. But what if you could have both — a great family life, and a happy lifetime love? The fact is, you can — by relying on what’s known about relationships all around the world. If you’re parenting solo, you may have seen that most dating books sound as if the world is child-free, and as though opinion is all that’s available. Enter Love Factually For Single Parents [& Those Dating Them] — the first guide that relies on science to help this large and growing group of men and women find the right partner not only for themselves, but their families. From getting over your ex to finding time to date, and from finding your partner to blending families, the Single Parents edition of this popular book paves the way so you win at lifetime love. 

About Duana Welch:

Dr. Duana Welch (pronounced DWAY-nah) is known for using social science to solve real-life relationship issues. She has been a professor at universities in Florida, California, and Texas across 20 years, and she has contributed to NPR, PBS, LA Talk Radio, Redbook, Time, Maria Shriver, The Daily Mail, Huffington Post, XO Jane, Psychology TodayDatingNews.com, Psych Alive, eHarmony, Plenty of Fish, redOrbit and numerous other outlets, podcasts and videos. Her first book, Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do, is now out globally in five languages. Love Factually for Single Parents [& Those Dating Them] is the second book in the series, specifically geared for finding the right partner not only for readers, but their families. Both books rely on science rather than opinion to help men and women find and keep the right partner. Her client practice is global, via Skype and other technologies.

For more information and free content, see www.LoveFactually.co. 

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Wednesday
Jan022019

Why January Is The Best Month To Start Looking For Love

Wise Readers,

It’s a brand-new year—2019. And that means the right partner is more likely to be seriously looking for you than at any other time. 

Was this the holiday where you said, “By this time next year, I’ll be in a good relationship.”? You’re alone—but not alone! Having made it through another round of Hallmark holidays where it seems like everyone is happily partnered but themselves, people are ready to change their lives for the better—and ready to put serious effort into it. Just like there are more gym memberships started in January than any other time, more people join dating sites in January than other months. But did you know? Committing to the right partner has been proven to have much longer-lasting benefits for your health, happiness, and even wealth and career than any gym membership ever will. 

The upshot? You’re looking for the right person—and odds are, they’re looking for you, too. Right now! And: it’s worth it!

I would like to be part of your journey. To that end, I offer reasonably-priced coaching and books, all based on science and highly rated as truly helpful in bringing everyone—regardless of gender or sexual orientation—not just any partner, but someone Good For Them to build a life and love around. 

To that end, I have an announcement or three of my own for the new year:

1. Love Factually For Single Parents [& Those Dating Them] is available now, along with my established guide Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps From I Wish to I Do! The Single Parents book goes up for sale as a paperback, ebook, and audiobook on January 7th, but you can preorder immediately: 


Want a free chapter and a free workbook for this book? Visit www.lovefactually.co!
2. I’m always available for coaching, at reasonable rates and around the issues that matter to you. To learn more, please visit http://www.lovesciencemedia.com/consult/.
3. I answer all your letters—FREE! Anyone can write to me at any time, and I will respond, confidentially and free of charge. 
May your 2019 bring you love, and thanks for letting me be part of that. 
Cheers,
Duana

 

 

Monday
Dec312018

Why Running Away From Home Was The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me

Wise Readers, On this night exactly 15 years ago, the story that would eventually launch my career and my passion began. It was awful and sad, and it has made me who I am now. Here it is—and may your own challenges bring light: “Nearly 15 years ago, on a plane bound for San Antonio with my toddler, I met a very kind man who told me that everything would be okay. “I needed to borrow his faith. I had run away from my home in California, where my then-husband was a danger to himself, to me, and to our two-year-old, who had recently been diagnosed with a chronic condition. I pretended to be leaving for a long family visit, and we never went back…

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Friday
Dec142018

Meeting Organically: why becoming your own dating service is catching on

Wise Readers, I hope you love this piece on meeting organically: NEW article on Dating News!

 

Friday
Dec072018

Got Kids? Want Love? This podcast episode is for you!

Wise Readers: Got kids? Want love? Good news for single parents—and those dating them—comes in my NEW podcast at Empower Radio where I’m the guest with host (and super-scientist) Dr. Terri Orbuch.

On today’s episode:

Duana’s Journey 2:05

Science sisters 6:30

How single parents can put themselves out there 9:35

Success in online dating 12:40

Fixing your “picker” 20:40

When to introduce a potential partner to your kids 22:10