Smart and sassy relationship expert Siggy Flicker is your new fairy godmother. Having matched more than a thousand couples and embraced her own second chance at love, she knows finding a prince is no picnic. Read more...
Smart and sassy relationship expert Siggy Flicker is your new fairy godmother. Having matched more than a thousand couples and embraced her own second chance at love, she knows finding a prince is no picnic. Now she s sharing the keys to building a fairy-tale romance, beginning with a honest assessment of what you really want to be happy.
To help readers create the healthy, lasting relationships they deserve, Siggy is sharing her honest, empowering advice, including:
Define the relationship you want. Set an intention and true love will follow.
Forget what looks good on paper. Sure he s Mr. Right, but is he right for you?
Take a break from your dating rut with a Dating Detox. Step back and reevaluate your dating behavior.
Learn how to make the most of the first five minutes. First impressions are important, so learn to send the right signals.
Happily ever after means forever. Continue to work hard to keep your relationship strong and passionate.
In Write Your Own Fairy Tale, readers will get a tried-and-true comprehensive guide to the first six months of dating and Siggy s exclusive plan to get over heartbreak ensuring you ll get from agony to over it in just six simple steps.
Featuring practical exercises, real-life success stories, and lessons Siggy learned the hard way, Write Your Own Fairy Tale is a wake-up call for everyone looking for love and a guide for making sure you get the happiness you truly deserve."
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-08-03
- Reviewer: Staff
Marie Claire dating columnist Flicker shares relationship advice in this friendly guide for women searching for Prince Charming. According to Flicker, who claims to have more than 1,000 matches and 100 marriages to her credit, women must shed childhood fantasies of a knight riding in on a white horse and take a proactive role in finding the mates of their dreams. Common roadblocks to be avoided, she asserts, are unrealistic expectations, cynicism, insecurity, and baggage from past relationships. Those looking for love must also get out of the house (not wearing sweats) and “widen the net” without “lowering the bar,” letting go of limiting beliefs about prospective partners. Flicker uses plenty of real-life anecdotes to illustrate her points, some from her own life (she is divorced but happily remarried). Brief commentary by her husband, Michael Campanella, advises women “to stop overthinking it.” The author also reveals how to tell the “toads” from the princes and recognize red flags. The writing exercises she includes help readers pinpoint their goals (e.g., list “five things you’re afraid of when it comes to love and dating”). Readers in the market for Flicker’s advice will appreciate her sense of humor, practical ideas, and proven matchmaking track record. (Sept.)