Guilt-free dating - a new approach to enjoying life as a single woma n Rachel Safier offers a bold new approach to life for the woman who doesn't want to worry about getting married right away, but is instead determined to take more pleasure in dating. Mr. Right Now offers lively stories and practical advice for gaining experience, learning from different relationships, and just plain having fun. In this on-the-mark, often humorous antithesis to the "how to catch a man" self-help books, the author shares her own dating experience as well as those of women across the country and identifies the specific lessons learned from each dating and relationship experience. Rachel Safier (Washington, D.C.) is a journalist whose writing has appeared in such magazines as Seventeen, Publishers Weekly, and U.S. News & World Report. She is the author of There Goes the Bride (0-7879-6748-3) and has appeared on Good Morning America and in the New York Times and Time magazine.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments.Introduction.Chapter 1: Why You Can Afford to Wait.Chapter 2: Don't Wait for Mr. Right.Chapter 3: Mr. Puppy Love.Chapter 4: Mr. First Boyfriend.Chapter 5: Mr. First Love.Chapter 6: Mr. Best Friend.Chapter 7: Mr. Younger.Chapter 8: Mr. Funny.Chapter 9: Mr. Brainy.Chapter 10: Mr. Not.Chapter 11: Mr. Rich.Chapter 12: Mr. Macho.Chapter 13: Mr. Dangerous.Chapter 14: Mr. Sex.Chapter 15: Mr. Perfect Breakup.Chapter 16: Mr. Almost.Epilogue.Notes.About the Author.
Rachel Safier is a journalist whose writing has appeared in such magazines as Seventeen, Publishers Weekly, and U.S. News & World Report. She is the author of There Goes the Bride (Jossey-Bass) and theregoesthebride.com.