How to Make Someone Fall in Love with You in 90 Minutes or Less

Helps you determine through a series of revealing self-assessments, what kind of a person your soul mate, or Matched Opposite, is likely to be. This book leads you through a series of steps that can all take place during a single short date.
Author:
Nicholas Boothman

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Short Description

Helps you determine through a series of revealing self-assessments, what kind of a person your soul mate, or Matched Opposite, is likely to be. This book leads you through a series of steps that can all take place during a single short date.

Long description

All you need is love. And Nick Boothman will help you find it fast. First he helps you determine, through a series of revealing self-assessments, what kind of a person your soul mate, or Matched Opposite, is likely to be. Next he leads you through a series of steps that can all take place during a single short date, whether you met online or elsewhere: how to make a fabulous first impression using non-verbal signals, how to successfully flirt, and how to create a playful air of mystery and intrigue. Then he gets to the heart of the matter, revealing how to create rapport and then intimacy, by first finding common ground, then opening up and sharing your thoughts and feelings - all in 90 minutes or less. A new chapter on internet dating teaches you how to expand your opportunities for finding your matched opposite, how to get noticed online (and some common pitfalls to avoid), and - most importantly - how to successfully transition from an online to a real-world relationship.

Product details

Author:
Nicholas Boothman
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Workman Publishing
ISBN:
9780761151623
Audience:
General
Pages:
330
Width (mm):
151
Length (mm):
178

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