What if my date asks me “Do you want to see me again? If I’m honest in the moment, he might get his feelings hurt. For more juicy tips and to hear the podcast of Truth in Dating, click here.Truth in Dating provides a set of simple yet profound awareness practices that support finding and relating to your soulmate.
Millions of single people — whether never married or divorced — put a lot of energy into meeting and dating new people, but because they don't invest their true selves, their efforts often go nowhere. Campbell presents an approach to dating that many consider radical: Be honest about yourself and ask for what you want, up front.
Published in a Joint Venture with H J Kramer “Inspiring, practical and a pleasure to read.
Susan Campbell repeatedly shows us that our willingness to be open and transparent with others opens the way to heartfelt, loving relationships—whether we are single or with a primary partner.” — Charlotte Sophia Kasl, Ph D, author of If the Buddha Dated and Women, Sex, and Addiction “Truth in Dating is just plain sane guidance for singles who understand that to find lasting love, they’re going to have to practice a sometimes uncomfortable realness in that strange dimension we call ‘dating.’ Bravo to Susan Campbell, especially for first walking the talk by testing her recommendations in her own life.
What’s the hardest thing you’ve had to tell someone?
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