Love: Making Relationships for Over 50's

by Freddie C. Holmes


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/28/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 284
ISBN : 9781504317092
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Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 284
ISBN : 9781504317108

About the Book

Love can be hard; and meeting someone, falling in love, and growing old together isn’t easy. But it can be especially difficult when you’re over fifty! You may have never been able to find the right one or feel like it’s too late or found the one who swept you off your feet but lost them due to an unfortunate life event, such as an accident or sickness—or you may have just grown apart. For whatever reason, if the looking, finding, and keeping have become harder with each passing year, how do you find the love you desire? How to Find and Keep a Partner after Fifty—Step by Step provides a practical and encouraging guide for you if you are over fifty and have trouble looking for love. Author Freddie C. Holmes challenges you to look within at what has happened to you in the relationship department, inviting you to change your mind-set and take action. You can then learn how to attract and embrace everything you desire in a meaningful relationship, putting you on the path to a fun-filled romance with a partner you can share your bucket list with. Dating after fifty is an adventure! The good news is that it is interesting and you have many opportunities. The reason for this is that there are more potential partners available in your age group than you would have thought. But before you can embark on meeting someone new, as with any worthwhile enterprise, there are preparations and due diligence to be done to succeed. So let’s not waste any more time! Are you ready to meet a new partner?


About the Author

Freddie C. Holmes and his wife Janey are sharing their second marriage together, entering thirty-five years of wedlock. Freddie was previously married for twelve years before living as a single parent and father of three school-aged children; he uses his experience and professional perspective as a relationship expert to help others enthusiastically navigate love and relationships, and he was former managing director and owner of Companions Confidential Introductions in Auckland, New Zealand, a business founded on creating genuine, meaningful relationships. Brought up as an only child, conceived by parents with very diverse backgrounds from each other, dad was a white caucasian South African, mum being a full-blooded Maori woman, both illiterate with opposing religious upbringings. Observing their relationship was both educational and inspirational, whereby the cultural, not to mention the authenticity of their past was very segregated, consequently this is one of the main driving forces behind writing this book.