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This book is about relationships in life, dating, marriage and more. The ones that strike me the most are the dating / engaged, and marriage. With the divorce rate what it is today, people need all the help they can get BEFORE they commit their lives to the one person. They also need enlightenment into what to expect, and how to keep the romance and love going for years and years. I think this book does all this.
I do recommend this book to all, teens, engaged couples, and married couples, be they newly married or married for awhile. -Amazon Review
My Cat Won’t Bark! (A Relationship Epiphany) is about seeing things as they are in our relationships. With each failed relationship, heartache, or betrayal we are presented with an opportunity to either craft or refine our mate selection process and “must haves list” for choosing our next mate. My Cat Won’t Bark! will forever change the way you view and choose your relationships. The goal is to have a “soulmate” not a cellmate! No one is “stuck” with anyone. Suffering is optional.
My Cat Won’t Bark!: reveals and defines:
- The Three Basic Types of Cheaters
- The Real Meaning of Commitment
- The One: Separating Myth from Reality
- The Six Common Mistakes Women Make with Online Dating
- The Recipe for Relationship Happiness
- Finding Your Own Way, and much, much more!
The amount of women who put up with cheaters is staggering! We really need to take more time in getting to know someone before we jump into a relationship. I have been guilty of that plenty of times. The main theme of the books is people don’t change. Unless they want to. Which is rare. Hence the title. This book was uplifting, encouraging and told it like it is in a refreshing, straight-forward manner. Highly recommend! -Amazon Review
About the Author
Kevin Darné is also the author of “Online Dating Avoid The Catfish!:How To Date Online Successfully“, “Pump Your Brakes! How To Stop Having Bad First Dates“, and “Every Ending is a New Beginning: The Journey from Breaking Up to Moving On.”
Kevin’s dating insight has been featured on WGN-TV Morning News Chicago, The Chicago Tribune, NBCNews.com, Cosmopolitan.com, Askmen.com, ReadersDigest.com, Bravotv.com, Match.com, Zoosk.com, Tinder, PsychologyToday.com, Men’sHealth.com, Bustle.com, Babble.com, Romper.com, AARP.org, Redbookmag.com, along with many other digital publications and radio appearances.