New Book Aims to Change the Way Women View Being Single

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Police officer and author, Mereda Cruz, shares helpful dating advice using real-life concepts

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MANCHESTER, England (March 6, 2017) – As real-time updates on social media continue to escalate, so do the insecurities of those who are constantly comparing themselves to wedding photos and relationship status notifications. For those who are sick of meeting the wrong guy or feel social pressure to be in a relationship, Mereda Cruz shares true stories of people who have managed to break their self-defeating dating cycles in her new book.

“Read the Road Signs” reminds readers of the reasons why staying in the wrong relationship is far worse than being alone. Cruz explores why people tend to gravitate toward certain relationships as she highlights the importance of paying attention to characteristics and mannerisms in a potential soul mate.

“I hope my book can help change people’s perspectives of single women and raise awareness of the reasons why some people experience dating detours,” said Cruz. “One of the reasons women rush into the wrong relationships is because of how they are made to feel when they are single. “

“Read the Road Signs” provides real-life scenarios and experiences that are relatable to those looking to avoid destructive relationships. Cruz delves into common dating concepts, such as wondering why a man won’t reply to a text message or understanding what a man really wants in a woman, which will help readers avoid road blocks in their dating lives.

Describing the book as a satellite navigation system, Cruz says her book will guide readers to their desired destination as it will help them see the road blocks before they arrive.

“Read the Road Signs”
By: Mereda Cruz
ISBN: 978-1-4834-5403-0 (sc); 978-1-4834-5402-3 (e)
Available on Lulu, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Mereda Cruz resides in the U.K. and has been a serving police officer for over 14 years. Passionate about mental health, Cruz attended Calderdale College and has a diploma in counselling and A-level psychology. For more information about the author and her book, please visit http://www.meredacruz.com/.

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