Single Is the New Black:
Don't Wear White 'Til It's Right
You're still single and you've heard it all:
"You're too picky!"
"Just go online!"
"You're not trying hard enough!"
And frankly, you're tired of it.
we all are.
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In a convincing and spirited manner, Dr. Karin encourages and inspires readers to:
Be happy, hopeful, and positive because the happier you are when single, the happier you'll be when married!
Stay strong amidst prevailing "single shaming" messages.
Resist the "you need to change to snag a man" protocol of typical self-help fare.
Remain true to yourself and never settle for anything less than an extraordinary relationship!
Dr. Karin shares lessons learned from her 27 years on the dating scene—including calling off an engagement to Mr. Wrong before finally marrying Mr. Right at 42!
praise for the book
"DR. KARIN EMPHATICALLY CONTENDS THAT NOTHING IS WRONG WITH YOU IF YOU’RE STILL SINGLE. YOU JUST HAVEN’T YET MET “THE ONE,” AND THAT’S OK. BEING SINGLE IS NOT A CURSE OR A CRIME OR SOMETHING THAT NEEDS TO BE FIXED OR ASHAMED OF. IT’S JUST WHERE YOU ARE IN LIFE, AND THE SOONER YOU STOP DEFINING YOURSELF BY IT, OR BEATING YOURSELF OVER IT, THE BETTER."
Treva Brandon Scharf
"The Late Blooming Bride"
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING
about Single is the New Black
"I just got your book and read it cover to cover and loved it! Your book addressed a lot of my concerns and put me at ease."
"I love your book. I am a high school teacher and I just turned 35. I am still single, and very proud and happy with my life the way it is. I really like the male perspective Guy provides. It's nice to know that men have a tough time meeting girls, too. Although we are out here!!Thanks for an awesome and helpful book!"
Rebecca, New York
"Single is the New Black is awesome. It's an incredibly refreshing read, especially for someone who has read and talked about the topic in both academic and nonacademic arenas."