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Dating & the Pursuit of Happiness by Dolah…

Dating & the Pursuit of Happiness

by Dolah Saleh

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If you have concluded that love hurts and that you lose your identity in your relationships, then this book will serve as a reminder of your value as a loving human being. The truth is personal relationships should enhance---not diminish---our self-esteem. Dating and the Pursuit of Happiness will give you practical advice for pursuing a happy love life. In addition, this book provides personality assessment questionnaires and how to review the results to gain a better understanding of different personality traits and how to interact with people more effectively. At minimum, it will cause you to ask yourself important questions and encourage you to listen to the answers that only you can provide. The ultimate happiness of a good relationship is a direct result of the love we have for ourselves because it is then that the ""right"" people are naturally attracted to us.

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