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Living alone creatively : how twelve people do it
Ely, Stanley E.
Adult Nonfiction HQ800.4.U6 E45 2006

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Summary: Millions of Americans are living fulfilling lives without partners today. This book profiles twelve. ?Singles, be prepared to be inspired, uplifted, and validated by reading this book. It shows the single lifestyle as (contrary to popular opinion) an opportunity to live a meaningful and fulfilling life.' Jean Zartner, Author ofUpside of Being Single ?Living alone does not mean being isolated as Stanley Ely illustrates in these fascinating interviews with a diverse group of people. Here we get to know how single people stay connected and remain involved with their passions and interests. Read their stories, see how they create full lives, and get ideas that you can use to enrich your own life.'?Peter M. Nardi, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology and author, Pitzer College. ?If anyone has a lingering regret about not sharing his life with another, Stanley Ely's true stories will dispel that cloud. Anyone without a partner can use this book to find a way through the forest or reinforce the path already taken.'?Pauline Graivier,The Dallas Morning Newscolumnist and personal communications consultant.

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