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Adventures in the Single Lane: Getting the Divorced Guy Back in the Game Before He Misses the On-ramp to Life by V.K. Vasapolli begins by listing the social stigmas attached to a divorced male; that they are damaged goods, a failure at marriage, the odd man out at social gatherings, and a Lone Ranger once again. The book ends with an observation that the divorced man will remain an unhappy creature of habit as he always had been, or will seek happiness and adopt new techniques of pursuing women. In the pages between is a holistic discussion covering all challenges the divorced guy could face, and all the opportunities his ‘free’ status brings. How best to handle the new possibilities arising are discussed; as well as how to cultivate fresh friendships, provided one can find ways and means to get rid of the unacceptability associated with the ‘divorced guy.’
Adventures in the Single Lane: Getting the Divorced Guy Back in the Game Before He Misses the On-ramp to Life by V.K. Vasapolli is a complete guide for the divorced guy. Advice on maintaining good conduct, such as “Always be dignified,” “Always have indisputable integrity” and many other useful tips will greatly help the guy in getting his ‘hang’ back. Quite a few of these tips are related to seeking, finding and cultivating female companions, an area perhaps where advice is needed the most. Rightly so, because had these guys not been in need of any advice on such topics, divorce might not have happened in the first place.