Let's be honest. No woman "really" wants to be alone for the
rest of her life. But does being alone mean you're doomed to be
miserable forever? Definitely not And does being single have to
equal lonely? No way You can have the best time of your life when
you're single, but you wouldn't know that from our relationship
obsessed society, where celebrity magazines devote the majority of
their content to who's dating whom and the wedding industry is a
$100-billion business. Yet more than a third of marriages end in
divorce, and countless other couples languish in unions that
shouldn't have happened in the first place.
Don't become a statistic--love yourself and never settle
Jen Schefft knows that better than almost anyone. In 2003, she
got engaged in front of millions of people on television's "The
Bachelor," only to see it end nine months later when the
relationship just wasn't right anymore. A year later, she turned
down an engagement on "The Bachelorette," and the backlash was
relentless. She was labeled a "spinster" by a celebrity magazine,
and a noted national talk-show host remarked that she would be "a
bachelorette for the rest of her life."
This is a terrible message to send to the millions of
sensational single women out there, and in "Better Single Than
Sorry" Schefft makes it her mission to let women know that it's
better to be single than to be in a relationship that doesn't make
you happy. With testimonials from women of all ages--single,
married, in committed relationships, with children (even single
moms) and without--this book tells you how to let go of your fear
of being alone and how to love yourself and never settle for a
relationship that is anything less than you deserve.
Written in a conversational style, as if talking with your best
friend, Schefft helps you navigate the pressures of a culture that
places an unhealthy importance on being in a relationship and shows
you how to find happiness in work, home, and the simple pleasures
of everyday life. Above all, she shows you how it's far, far better
to be single than sorry. Being single is a time to have fun, learn
new things, grow, and blossom--not a time to feel desperate or
depressed, so cherish it
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