It Doesn't Have to Be That Way: How to Divorce Without Destroying Your Family or Bankrupting Yourself [EPUB]

It Doesn't Have to Be That Way: How to Divorce Without Destroying Your Family or Bankrupting Yourself [EPUB]
It Doesn't Have to Be That Way: How to Divorce Without Destroying Your Family or Bankrupting Yourself by Laura A Wasser
2013 | EPUB | 4.7MB

Maria Shriver, Kim Kardashian, Stevie Wonder, Britney Spears . . . Who do they have in common? Top LA divorce lawyer Laura Wasser.

If anyone ever had a platform to write a how to divorce book for today's generation, it's Laura Wasser. She has been practicing in her field for nearly twenty years, represented many of the country's top celebrities and has been celebrated for her unique style, her empathy and her expertise. Wasser's personal and professional life have been profiled by publications like the Los Angeles Times, Vogue and Interview. Most important, her approach and advice is different from almost any other and she articulates it in a simple manner.

Laura Wasser addresses an entire generation who want—and need—to handle their breakups differently. It's no secret that the divorce rate in America is more than half the marriage rate. Yet the means for dissolving a relationship often seem hopelessly mired in an outdated perception of how it's supposed to be done. Wasser acknowledges that this generation's realities have evolved greatly since the previous generation's in almost every way, and that they want to get divorced cheaply and efficiently and maintain control of the process themselves. The daughter and partner of a prominent Los Angeles Family Law attorney, she has a deep history in the field, and she knows the available roads to uncontested resolution like nobody else. At times psychologist, at times strategist, and distinctly of this generation, Laura and her book will offer readers safer passage through what can be a devastating time, emotionally and financially.

The Joy of Cybersex: A Creative Guide for Lovers [EPUB]

The Joy of Cybersex: A Creative Guide for Lovers [EPUB]
The Joy of Cybersex: A Creative Guide for Lovers by Deborah Levine
2011 | EPUB | 0.5MB
  • Learn to Flirt like a Pro
  • Find Steamy Chat Rooms
  • Get Sex and Relationship Counseling
  • Fuel Hot Monogamy
  • Go Beyond the Picket Fence
  • And more!

What is the word searched most often on the Internet?
You've got it--SEX.

But where do you go? What's safe? What do you do when you get there? In this fun, informative, and thoroughly satisfying book, on-line sexpert Deb Levine guides you to all the right sites so you can:

  • Pack up the "come here often"--lines and learn to flirt like a pro
  • Meet your soul mate--or at least a decent date
  • Get answers to all those sex questions you're too embarrassed to ask in person
  • Learn how to spice up your sex life
  • Find out the facts (and expose the myths) of safe sex
  • Fulfill your real-life sexual fantasies in the safe confines of cyberspace

Whether you're an on-line novice or a seasoned pro, The Joy of Cybersex has something for you. Deb Levine will open your eyes to a world of possibility on the Internet--so you can have a healthy, sexy life off-line!

Love Signals: A Practical Field Guide to the Body Language of Courtship [EPUB]

Love Signals: A Practical Field Guide to the Body Language of Courtship [EPUB]
Love Signals: A Practical Field Guide to the Body Language of Courtship by David Givens
2006 | EPUB | 0.3MB

A world renowned anthropologist explores the non-verbal signs, signals, and cues human beings exchange to attract and keep their mates. As a medium of communication, Love's silent language predates speech by millions of years. Today, we still express emotions and feelings largely apart from words. The postures, gestures, and facial cues of attraction are universal, in all societies and cultures.

According to Dr. Givens, courtship moves slowly though five distinct phases: attracting attention, recognition phase, conversation phase, touching phase, making love. Since potential mates "test" each other before uniting as one, courtship is a choreographed give and take of signs granting physical and emotional closeness.

Love Signals is part enthnography and part how-to. Dr. Givens documents the little courting rituals witnessed in elevators, on subways, and in the workplace. He examines the essential role the face plays in courtship and how it can be optimally displayed. He decodes the body to find silent messages given off by shoulders, neck, arms, hands, waist, calves, ankles, feet, and toes. Dr. Givens analyzes expressive shapes, colors, and markings encoded in arm wear, shoulder wear, leg wear, and shoes. He deciphers the background messages of spaces, places and interiors to learn how environs help or hinder in the meeting process. Chemical cues emanating from aromas, tastes, steroids, sterols, and hormones strongly shape a partner's feelings, so they are explored as well.

The book suggests ways to flirt, avoid mixed signals, read eyes, walk, dress, and lift a drink―to help you find a date, spark a relationship, and keep a mate. Knowing the hidden vocabulary of love signals will give you an edge. The more you know about these secret skills of attraction, the more likely you will find a loving, lasting partner.

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