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Out There - a survival guide for Dating in Midlife - cover

Out There - a survival guide for Dating in Midlife

Kerri Sackville

Publisher: Echo

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When Kerri Sackville began dating again after a long marriage, she made every mistake known to woman kind. She swiped right on scammers and fakers, spent weeks fruitlessly texting, agreed to long dates with the wrong men, and got involved with hot messes and commitment phobes.
 
She also met amazing men and went on sensational first dates, and learned how to navigate the minefield that is dating in midlife.
 
Now, in this comprehensive survival guide, Kerri is sharing her wisdom with you. Peppered with hilarious anecdotes from her five years on the scene, Out There covers everything from ghosting to negging, from Friends with Benefits to players, from the perils of chemistry to the pain of breakups. She will show you what to expect when you join a dating site, which men to avoid, which men are worth a shot, and – most importantly – how to protect yourself along the way.
 
Out There is the essential book for any woman jumping on the rollercoaster of midlife dating. Kerri may not be able to find you the man of your dreams, but she will help you survive the ride with your dignity and sanity intact. And you will definitely laugh a lot along the way.
 
Swipe right on Out There, and enjoy the ride!

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