When Keri Sackville began dating again after a long marriage, she made every mistake known to woman kind. But in doing so learned how to navigate the minefield that is dating in midlife. And here she shares her hard-earned wisdom. Peppered with hilarious anecdotes from her five years on the scene, Kerri covers everything from ghosting to negging, from Friends with Benefits to players, from online profiles to ‘red flags’. She will show you what to expect when you join a dating site, which men to avoid, which men are worth a shot and, most importantly, how to protect yourself along the way.
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"An essential listen for any woman jumping on the rollercoaster of midlife dating and wants to keep their dignity and sanity intact…and enjoy the ride!
“A funny and helpful guide…like having a comforting gossip with friends.” BOOKS+PUBLISHING
Kerri Sackville is an author, social commentator and columnist for the Sydney Morning Herald amongst countless other publications. She is also the author of When My Husband Does the Dishes and The Little Book of Anxiety."
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