New Book Tells How to Live Life Fully as a Single Person Over 40 - Empowers the “Older” Single Person

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"Surviving Being Single Past 40" tells you that it is an OK choice, whether conscious or not, to be single past 40. The book offers practical suggestions on how to live life fully as a single person. It also helps you decide if marriage is for you, and how to deal with the emotional ride of dating.

Today almost half of the population over 40 is not married. Now whether this high number reflects singles who were never married, divorced, or widowed isn’t it time we said it was OK to be single, no matter what age you are? The book "Surviving Being Single Past 40: Living Life Fully, With or Without a Partner" does just that. It provides the reader with all the information necessary to feel confident in their life no matter what their marital status. It tells the reader how to do whatever they want to do whether they are married or not.

There are many books that say how to get married in 30 days or how to dress to attract. This book takes a different stance. It tells the reader that their current marital situation is OK. It lets the reader know how to be self-assured and confident in who they are today. Then, and only then, can they mindfully decide if they want a partner, the qualities they want in that partner and how to find that special person. All of which is described in this book. Information and affirmations provide to the reader with the tools to create a happy satisfying life through their dating or non-dating times. These tools help the reader decide if they want a life partner, and how to deal with the emotions that this all evokes, including going on dates and handling rejection.

Many single people say: “I want to buy a house, but I don’t know how.” Or “I don’t know how to handle a pushy car salesperson.” This book empowers the reader with information on how to do it all on their own. Not only will they learn how to buy a new house, a new car, or whatever they previously thought was beyond their power, they will also learn what to do if they get a shoddy deal.

When 40 and not married, Valerie felt somewhat like a square peg in a round hole. It seemed like all her friends, family members and even neighbors were married. She felt odd and inadequate when she went to make large purchases. She felt she needed a partner to travel or go to a fine restaurant. It is at about that time when she decided to write a book that would educate herself and others in how to live life fully at this stage of life. "Surviving Being Single Past 40" offers valuable information to empower the reader during this time.

This is what some people have to say about this book:

Susan, a 45 year old never married teacher says: "This book let me know it was OK to be single. It also taught me how to hire a contractor to fix up my house -- all on my own! I couldn't imagine being single without it."

Joan, a counselor for recently divorced and separated people says: “This sometimes humorous book honors the single person using necessary information and personal anecdotes.”

Marion, a 53 year old widow says: “This book is great, it told me everything I needed to know to get back into the dating world.”

"Surviving Being Single Past 40: Living Life Fully, With or Without a Partner" is available on amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and Surviving-Life-Mindfully.com/SurvivingSinglePast40.htm.

Book size: 137 pages

For more information contact:

Valerie Pederson

PO Box 254

Stow, MA 01775

978 897 1843

http://www.Surviving-Life-Mindfully.com

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