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Judsen Culbreth was successful in finding her husband this way and her stories throughout the book remind us of her success.
There is much useful information on internet dating.
What I also like about this book is that Judsen takes time to help you reflect on past loves and determine what went right and what went wrong.
However, by the time I've received this book, I already had found the love of my life :).
I can highly recommend it to anybody over 50 and still looking for his/her soul mate.
JUDSEN CULBRETH has more than 30 years of experience in magazines and TV journalism, serving as editor-in-chief of Working Mother, executive editor of Redbook, and the first work/family contributing editor on the Today show.
With her husband, she divides her time between Montclair, New Jersey, and Fairhope, Alabama.
She even has a chapter on "chemistry and sex" which is geared to the needs of peri-menopausal women.
The final chapter recommends a schedule for a year of dating before sealing the relationship with marriage.I wish I had gotten the book from the library so I wouldn't feel like I wasted my money.This is a great book and I highly recommend it if you are in your mid-40s or beyond and looking to find the man of your dreams. It's a great primer to online dating, helping you find your way through dating internet sites, preparing a profile and the steps between getting a "wink" and getting married.My advice: never give up, she/he's out there somewhere.Be patient and keep trying to find the perfect partner for you. It is a comprehensive relationship guide for Baby Boomer women who want to find a husband over the internet.(I haven't had 20 relationships even going back to grade school!