Most dating advice books jump right into doling out the advice, but not Picking Up The Pieces: Rebuilding Yourself For The Love And Relationship You Deserve. Picking up the Pieces is the first of its kind. Instead of jumping right into the dating advice, I first guide women through an introspective process that enables them to identify and pinpoint the bad dating habits and flawed belief systems that often keep women single.
What’s the point of getting any dating advice if your bad dating habits and beliefs about men are just going to run men off or sabotage your relationships? This is why Picking up the Pieces is a must-read for women of all ages. If there’s something you’re doing that negatively affects your dating life or relationships you’re going to find out exactly what it is as you complete my strategic exercises throughout the first half of the book.
But identifying negative behavior and belief systems isn’t enough to create change and positive results in your life, which is why I go a step further by helping women replace their sabotaging thoughts and behaviors with positive ones that allow women to cultivate happy, loving, and healthy relationships.
I intentionally incorporated confidence-building and self-love exercises into the first half of the book because a lack of confidence and self-worth is often the culprit for women’s decision to date the wrong man or stay in bad relationships. When a woman loves herself and knows her worth, there are certain things that she just won’t tolerate or let into her life. This is what I want for all women.
By the time readers make it to the second half of the book, the dating advice portion, they’ll be in a great mental space that’ll allow them to be more receptive to the information they will receive. In this part of the book, I not only help women identify exactly what their Mr. Right will look like, but I also equip women with the advice and tools they need to quickly weed out the frogs and live happily ever after with their prince. My advice also covers red flags, signs of abusive men, boosting your first date confidence as well as practical ways to maintain your value and identity in relationships.
This isn’t your ordinary dating advice book, it’s a journey of self-discovery, self-improvement, and self-love that every woman should take!
Cheers, to love,