Published in a Joint Venture with H J Kramer “Inspiring, practical and a pleasure to read.
This book, one of the best books I have read in decades, is about truth in relationships. When I went to New York last year, I saw the revival of the musical “Cabaret.” There was a wonderful song in it, called “Meeskite” — which is a Yiddish word meaning “ugly.” It told a charming tale about two lovely but ugly people, who meet, fall in love and get married — and then have a baby who turns out to be … Whoever you are, know that there is a soulmate — young or old, tall or short, skinny or chubby, obnoxious or timid — waiting for you somewhere! Brutally — I watch Jerry Springer every day, and at night I go for lap dances. I’m Not — I’m flabby with sagging buns and cellulite. I believe there is hope and love out there for everyone. It gave hope to all the people who weren’t born (or transformed by plastic surgeons on reality shows) — beautiful.Campbell shows people how to have fun by flirting truthfully; date without getting ahead of the relationship; enjoy the freedom of being themselves; relate to their dates with honesty; realistically examine what a romantic partner can — and can't — offer in the way of fulfillment and happiness; and move forward when the time is right, or say goodbye if it's not working.On the way to finding the love of their lives, readers gain the tools they need to successfully manage the entire process.