Entries in Love Factually (154)

Friday
Mar292019

How to Date The One You Love

Wise Readers,
The moment Dr. John M. Gottman recommended my first Love Factually as “A must read for all of those seeking a lasting love” was the best of my professional career. Period. He is the platinum standard when it comes to the science of long-lasting love. The Drs. G. (John and Julie Schwartz Gottman) now have a NEW book out, “8 Dates,” and it’s my fave of theirs so far. Which is saying a lot. Read it!

Meanwhile, here’s DaxShepard, podcaster extraordinaire, bringing you Dr. Gottman on his Armchair Expert podcast. Highly recommend!

And if you have not yet read my Gottman-recommended book, here you go—now out worldwide in English, Spanish, Polish, Japanese, and Vietnamese! Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do

 

Sunday
Feb242019

Your Guide to Identifying Abusers Before They Ever Have A Chance At You

Wise Readers,
What’s even better than escaping abuse? PREVENTING it! This new book goes on pre-sale now—at $2.99, it can save the life of you or someone you love.


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P53ZF22?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420

#LoveFactually
#LoveFactuallySingles
#AbusePrevention


 

Friday
Feb222019

Breaking Free From Abuse now Available at Amazon

Do you know anyone who is being hurt and controlled by the one person who is sworn to love and cherish them? Up for pre-order NOW: #LoveFactually: Your Guide to Breaking Free From #Abuse

 

Saturday
Feb162019

#1 at Amazon!

Thursday
Feb142019

New Love Factually Singles Book Breaks Amazon top 100 list first day

Wise Readers,

Thanks to all of you who are sharing news of the launch of Love Factually Singles—science-based, bite-sized books at a price you’ll love and the exact topics you want. The first one (Love Factually: How to Write a Dating Profile to Bring The One Your Way) released today—

and immediately broke into the top 100 at Amazon! 

#LoveFactually

And here’s an article about my new full-length book, Love Factually for Single Parents [& Those Dating Them], which features in the Love & Sex issue at Eugene Weekly: