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Building your life with a suitable companion may have slipped down the list of your life's goals and priorities as you get older. You may have decided that finding love again is something that has become unobtainable. You may also have decided that a relationship is not something that is important, and even if it was, who could ever find you desirable or interesting enough? Throughout How to Find a Good Companion by Michael Lewis, using real-life examples, we look at how these thought patterns are not only misconceived but also stopping you from experiencing the joys and satisfaction that love can bring. For five years, these tried and tested techniques outlined in this guide have shown that love is readily available for everyone and at any time in their lives. Following the methods and exercises, you will not only increase your chances of finding a suitable mate but also discover some vital principles about yourself.
How to Find a Good Companion by Michael Lewis has an exceptional amount of information that is useful and insightful. I loved the use of real-life experiences and I found the feelings and thought processes they shared were similar to how many people feel about themselves and relationships. The sections on filling the void of a relationship with material items and having negative expectations were 'aha' moments for me. What I found most helpful were the many techniques that help you become more self-aware of your thought patterns and perceptions. The book is filled with golden nuggets of wisdom, encouragement, and ways you can create a strategy that is tailor-made for you. I loved the chapter on listing the criteria for a mate; this is not what I was expecting, but made so much sense. The author has taken his five years of research and reduced it to manageable stages that anyone can follow and execute. I feel that by following what is taught in this guide, you will not only find a solid and lasting relationship but you will be bringing a better version of yourself to the table too.