It talks about the problems of starting over and finding happiness. It gives hope
(PRWEB) July 11, 2012
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. – In his new book “Friends First: Does that mean we go Dutch or just no Sex???” (published by AuthorHouse) author Jeremiah J. Jordan takes aim at the seeming divide between the sexes when it comes to dating expectations, writing for those who hope to unlock the process of better dating with more success.
“Friends First” grew out of a desire to help other people. “I have watched people make poor choices over and over in relationships,” Jordan says. “I have made them myself. I believe there is hope out there for all of us.”
An excerpt from “Friends First”:
Wasn’t dating hard enough in high school and college? Nowadays it’s harder. Once you reach 35, if you’ve been married and divorced, if you have kids, or a career, and knowledge of the opposite sex, dating is harder. As grown-ups, we think we know what dating is about. We should know what is at the end of the process. We know some things about sex and communication and have done it all before. Why do we try to find a relationship and yet ignore what we have learned? Why do we try to use adolescent concepts in an adult world? Why do we think things are not what they are?
Unlike most dating and relationship books, Jordan maintains, “Friends First” is different. “It is a different perspective, coming from a man,” he says. “It talks about the problems of starting over and finding happiness. It gives hope.”
About the Author
Jeremiah J. Jordan came to his unique perspective of adult relationships by viewing couples and dating for many years as a counselor and consultant. An organizational behavior and change professional by training he has brought a change focused approach to adult relationships. A father of two sons, he has published works involving relationships and family for over 15 years and given several hundred presentations about moving forward toward a goal. He makes his home in the Ozarks.
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