Sabrina Alexis helped women around the world understand men and why they act the way they do in the groundbreaking book 10 Things Every Woman Needs To Know About Men and the e-book He’s Not That Complicated. Her work on love and relationships has appeared in numerous publications, including Maxim, Glamour, The Huffington Post, and Your Tango, and she is the cofounder and editorial director of the hugely popular relationship website Anewmode.com.
Now Sabrina brings you Everything You Need to Know if You Want Love That Lasts, the ultimate guide to understanding relationships and learning the skills you need to find and keep a happy, loving, mutually fulfilling relationship.
Everything You Need to Know if You Want Love That Lasts brings together Sabrina’s best work, along with new insights and personal stories of crazy dates and relationships gone bad that will help you avoid relationship pitfalls and have the amazing relationship you’ve always wanted, whether you’re dating, in a relationship or married.
Do you wonder why your relationships always fall apart? What pushes men away? Are your expectations about love too high…or too low? How can you recognize dead-end relationships and stop wasting time on them? What are the signs he’ll never commit? What are the red flags you should never ignore? What factors decide whether a relationship succeeds or fails? What do men want from a relationship? What are the most common relationship mistakes women make? Why do men lose interest? And most importantly, what are the real reasons you can’t find love?
Everything You Need to Know if You Want Love That Lasts will answer all these questions and more and gives you everything you need to know to find and keep love that lasts.
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I am in a long term relationship. I don’t think of my boyfriend as much as I should. I struggle with a me me me attitude.
I finished this book yesterday and because of what the book said about putting his needs in front of your wants, I for once thought about what was best for him! (Sad.)
He was really stressed about having to work 30 hours in one weekend. I told him “Babe you seem overwhelmed. You should go home so you can get some of your to dos done. That way they’re not hanging over your head.” When we met back up he was in an amazing mood. It was like a weight had lifted from his shoulders. He was able to get his laundry done, clean his place, and get his hair cut. He kept going on and on about how much he appreciated the time alone and he feels so much more equipped to handle his work load. I’ve never seen him so happy with me! Lol. Read the book!!!