Learning to Love Again is a gripping, emotional, and heartwarming story. Amanda Nichols is the go to planner for celebrities, politicians, and the wealthy residents of Charlotte Island. Having Amanda planning an event guarantees success. If only she could work the same magic with her personal life. While smart, attractive, and successful, Amanda hasn't been able to make romance and relationships work in her life. Evan Worthington comes from a wealthy Boston family and has taken his fortune and built a business empire. He once knew happiness with a young wife and newborn son, until his late wife died twelve years earlier. To cope with his loss Evan threw himself into his work. No one has suffered more than Evan's fifteen year-old son, Jacob, who wants to know an emotionally distant and unavailable father. When Evan hires Amanda to plan an important fundraiser there is no denying his attraction to her. Amanda might even feel the same if Evan could only let her see the real him, and she would risk taking a chance on love. What Amanda and Evan both want is standing directly in front of them. Can they admit how they feel and get past what is most holding them back? Does Amanda hold the key to Evan repairing the broken relationship with his son in time to prevent losing him forever? It all hinges on Evan learning to love again.
From Mel Krantzler, a licensed marriage and family counselor, the nationally acclaimed, bestselling author of Creative Divorce, and director of the Creative Divorce/Learning to Love Again Counseling Centers, comes another insightful, helpful, and energizing book that brings hope to those emotionally devastated by the loss of a love. What happens next? Just when you thought it would never happen again, love comes back into your life. You can survive the explosive realities that losing love brings, but how do you know when, and if, you are ready for love again? Are you having trouble finding the “right” man or woman? Are you afraid of making another “mistake”? Do you keep getting involved in short-term relationships? Are you beginning to think that finding love is a matter of luck? Mel Krantzler has led ongoing seminars on the subject of finding love, and Learning to Love Again provides clear guidelines and challenging steps that lead from loneliness to love: The Remembered-Pain Stage—absorbing a blow from the past The Questing-Experimental Stage—surveying the possibilities The Selective-Distancing Stage—a cautious step forward The Creative-Commitment Stage—where enduring love begins Mel Krantzler draws on the real stories of real people who are learning to love again, to live together, to marry, to be step-parents, and to build satisfying new lives. He shares his experiences in applying the principles of creative commitment to his own remarriage. Learning to Love Again is the best guide for married, single, or divorced men and women. Here is how you can create a new beginning by learning to love again today!
A gripping, emotional, and heartwarming story! Learning to Love Again is the second novella in the Charlotte Island Series by Jason Patrick. Amanda Nichols is the go to planner for celebrities, politicians, and the wealthy residents of Charlotte Island. Having Amanda planning an event guarantees success. If only she can work the same magic with her personal life. While smart, attractive, and successful, Amanda isn't able to make romance and relationships work in her life. Evan Worthington comes from a wealthy Boston family and has taken his fortune and built a business empire. He once knew happiness with a young wife and newborn son, until his late wife died twelve years earlier. To cope with his loss Evan threw himself into his work. No one has suffers more than Evan's fifteen year-old son, Jacob, who wants to know an emotionally distant and unavailable father. What Amanda and Evan both want is standing directly in front of them. Can they admit how they feel and get past what is most holding them back? Does Amanda hold the key to Evan repairing the broken relationship with his son to prevent losing him forever? It all hinges on Evan learning to love again. Buy this heartwarming novella that you will be telling your friends about! Readers are praising Learning to Love Again: A Charlotte Island Novella: “Emotionally touching and beautiful!” | “Amazing book! I have shared with my friends.” | “An honest heartfelt read that many will relate to.” About the Charlotte Island Series: Welcome to Charlotte Island, seven miles off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. A longtime summer destination, the island is dotted with harbor towns and lighthouses, sandy beaches and farmland. You can only get here by boat or air. Charlotte Island holds many memories for those who have visited, and many more for those who live here. The Charlotte Island series offers you books of emotion, love, struggle, and triumph. The characters and their stories will touch your heart and keep inviting you back for more.
Learning to LOVE again is a book about healing and rebuilding relationships through healing and love. This book is written to offer hope to anyone that has been hurt, disappointed, experienced feelings of being deflated, suffocating, confused, numb, betrayed, abandoned and alone. It's time to heal and rebuild!
Pete and Kathy were childhood sweethearts. They married and began raising a family. Theirs was the American story of sacrifice and hard work with family and home as the time-honored treasures. Just as things were getting better and the struggle less difficult, life as they knew it would come to an abrupt halt. Struggling on his own and devastated by the sudden loss of his wife, depression and sorrow became Pete's new companions. With the love of his life gone forever and only emptiness in her place, a gentle and compassionate lady would offer a second chance for life and love renewed. This is their story of hope, understanding, and the resiliency of the human spirit-a story of learning to love again.
What do you do if Fate gives you a second chance at the love of your life? Do you learn from past mistakes, or do you relive them? Nicole Winters is about to find out. After suffering severe injuries in a car accident, she is lucky to be alive. She has to return to her home town to recover, only to discover her family has been withholding information and the doctor on her case is none other than her college sweetheart, Jason Morrow. The man she dumped right before graduating from law school and leaving Texas. Once back in her hometown, Nicole realizes that she has allowed the ghosts of her childhood to rule her life. As she faces her past, and with the help of her family and friends, she realizes the love between her and Jason never faded. Can they recapture what they had and build on it? Can she move beyond the past and Learn to Love Again?
Into My LIfe Unexpected, Learning to Love Again is the story in narrative and verse of one man's journey of rediscovery. Beginning at age 62, after years of failed relationships and unhappiness in his personal and professional life, the author relocated to a place he calls "Paradise." It was in that place, free to find the heart and emotion so long repressed, that his life began. This is the beginning of that journey, a journey which continues today... About the Author SL Kaufman is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the New York University School of Law. Before relocating to "Paradise." he spent 40 years in the legal, commercial and financial communities in and around New York City. Although he has written his entire life, this is Mr. Kaufman's first published work.
Praying For A Cowboy To Love Me, is about a woman and her sister who are sent out to Texas for one of them to be a mail order bride to a disabled war veteran rancher with one hand, and as a new mother to his two children. The rancher hadn’t known he could ever love again, but when he first saw Beth, he realized instantly that she would be the one to save him. His brother is there at the ranch and he realizes that he’s also in love with Beth’s sister. Their life and love together develops slowly, until something happens later that will change six lives forever. Twin Sisters With A Secret, For The Two Brothers In Montana - Twin sisters who have lost their parents, seek a way to support themselves, but the only way they can get their inheritance is to marry and stay married for three years. The catch is, they cannot tell their spouses about the arrangement
Jo-Anne offers exactly what you need to get over the gut-wrenching pain. Understand what went wrong, learn practical strategies to manage your strong emotions and transform your thinking and behaviour. You will even find yourself laughing a bit along the way! - MARIA LEROSE, M.E.D., Prominent Canadian Performance Coach in Social and Emotional Learning I was able to really grasp a deeper learning about myself and what went wrong, and how I can be more successful in my future relationships. - JULIE BERNARD, Manager Production Services, Creative B.C./B.C. Film Commission Jo-Anne Weiler is a truly skilled therapist and has helped so many of my patients through difficult circumstances and challenges in their lives. I am excited to have this book to assist couples/people through the pain and grief of relationship endings. - DR. SUSAN CHOW, M.D. This book is what ultimately challenged my ignorant and perhaps naive notions of 'moving on', and brought me back to this wonderful place of self-love and reconciliation. There is no truer soul than Jo-Anne Weiler, dedicated to fighting through love's battlefield with you. - STACEY BROWN, B.A., M.A., Marketing Lead, Stantec Consulting Ltd. JO-ANNE WEILER, M.A., R.M.F.T., R.C.C., President of Therahealth Network Ltd., has a professional background in both psychology and fitness. In 1981 she launched The Mom & Me Network, the first pre and postnatal fitness program in Canada, a program that she lead until 2010. In 1990, Jo-Anne returned to university to pursue her formal education and obtained a Bachelor and Masters of Psychology, and has maintained a private clinical counseling practice for the past 15 years in West Vancouver, British Columbia. Her work includes young professionals, couples and families as they work through personal, professional, and relationship life stage challenges. She is also a professional life coach. Jo-Anne has been a contributor to both print and broadcast media in Canada. She has provided leadership training to senior executives of the Government of Canada and 2010 Legacies Now (an agency of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games). Jo-Anne is also a much sought after speaker on topics like work life balance and emotional intelligence, delivered to senior professional personnel of engineering, law, and management corporations, including the telecommunications giant Telus Ltd. On a personal front, Jo-Anne has a passion for contributing to her community as shown through her leadership in bringing a dynamic group of women to work as volunteers to raise awareness and funding to support social sustainability initiatives such as Partners In The Horn of Africa (2005 - 2009). Jo-Anne is the mother of two adult children and has two adult step-children. She is married to Joe Weiler, a prominent Canadian Sports and Entertainment Lawyer.
Jaworski shares her journey of learning to move forward with life after the sudden death of her daughter, Karen, to cancer at the age of 31. This is a story only a mother could write as a gift to another mother. (Motivation)