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CAN YOU HANDLE IT?


Not everyone’s right for us. Can you take rejection gracefully?
One of the good things about growing older and feeling more comfortable in one’s own skin is discovering the ability to say no.
Many of us ladies have been taught to be people-pleasers from the year dot; do you want to be loved, little girl? Then you’re going to have to be pretty, be NICE, be quiet and put others FIRST, little lady.
GOD it’s stifling. It’s enough to make you want to fall face-down into some Pinot Grigio and never get back up.
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THE MOST EAGERLY ANTICIPATED ROMANCE
AND EROTIC FICTION OF 2016



Nominee for the RNA’s Romantic Comedy of the Year Award, glowing reviews from daytime giants Richard and Judy, renowned guest writer for Little Black Dress, Avon, Orion, etc. – it’s not difficult to see why Ruth Saberton’s latest work makes our list. Saberton’s work fits perfectly in the romance genre. Emotion reigns supreme – the characters’ vulnerability, kindness, sadness and joy are central to what makes her novels so great.
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Dating Tips for Finding the Right Person!

Are you single and looking for love? Are you finding it hard to meet the right person? When you’re having trouble finding a love connection, it’s all too easy to become discouraged or buy into the destructive myths out there about dating and relationships. Even if you’ve been burned repeatedly or have a poor track record when it comes to dating, these tips can help you to keep things in perspective and put you on the path to finding a loving relationship that lasts.
Trust Issues – Discusses the signs and symptoms of trust issues and how therapy can help. (GoodTherapy.org)
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SHINE Against Violence  & Abuse
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A portion of our profits go to Shine.






Dating Target is the FIRST Dating Site Against Sexual Violence!
Assault Violence against women by anyone is always wrong, whether the abuser is someone you date; a current or past spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend; a family member; an acquaintance; or a stranger. You are not at fault. You did not cause the abuse to occur, and you are not responsible for the violent behavior of someone else. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, seek help from other family members and friends or community organizations.




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