Sneak Peek at new book Love Factually for Single Parents [& Those Dating Them]
Monday, October 8, 2018 at 3:19PM
Duana C. Welch, Ph.D. in Dating as a single parent, LF for Single Parents
Wise Readers,
I’m delighted to announce that you can, as of today, get a SNEAK PEEK AT MY NEW BOOK!
The first chapter of my upcoming book, Love Factually for Single Parents [& Those Dating Them] is now out for you to read—free! Go to the link and click on the button to download it today!


 I’m really excited to share this new book—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.

Sign up for a free sample chapter and to be notified when pre-orders are available. The book officially launches on January 7, 2019 in audiobook, e-book, and audiobook. It also comes with a free downloadable Notebook. 

Here’s what the experts are saying about Love Factually for Single Parents [& Those Dating Them]

“AT LAST—a superb research-based, reader-friendly guide to dating and mating after a significant romantic relationship has ended.”
~Everett L. Worthington, Jr., Ph.D. Author of Couple Therapy: A New Hope-Focused Approach

“The must-read for single parents in the dating arena. Brilliant.”

“Terrific, scientifically sound advice; every reader will finish wiser.”
~David Buss, Ph.D., author of The Evolution of Desire: Strategies of Human Mating 

“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.”
~Susan Page, author of If I’m So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single? 

“Don’t sit back and hope love happens. Instead, get the facts for you and your children. You will love reading this book!”
~Dr. Terri Orbuch (PhD), author of 5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage From Good to Great and Finding Love Again: 6 Simple Steps to a New and Happy Relationship

“We don’t get this mating training at home growing up….Add children to the equation and people definitely need this wonderfully specialized book.”
~Joan Norton, attorney-mediator, family law

“A must read….provides all the knowledge, skills, and tools single parents need to succeed at the complicated task of creating lasting love.”
~Tim Cole, PhD., author of Broken Trust: Overcoming an Intimate Betrayal 

“Find laughter, healing, balance, and a partner to fearlessly love. As a counselor and a single parent, I highly recommend this book!”
~Carrie Lynne Pietig, licensed professional counselor 

Click here to sign up and download the first chapter of the book.

If you have any comments, feedback, or questions after reading the chapter, please respond directly to me at I’d love to hear from you.



About Dr. Duana Welch and 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.

Dr. Duana Welch (pronounced DWAY-nah) is known for using social science to solve real-life relationship issues. 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, coming out on January 7, 2019. Both books rely on science rather than opinion to help men and women find and keep the right partner. She has contributed to Psychology Today and numerous other publications, in addition to teaching psychology across 20 years at universities and colleges in California, Florida, and Texas. Her client practice is global, via Skype and other technologies. Thanks to science and Vic Hariton, she is happily married. For more information and free content, see

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