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How to Meet Someone (Not Online)

Create More Meaningful Relationships Offline

Published by Cider Mill Press
Distributed by Simon & Schuster
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Move your relationships off the screen and into real life with How to Meet Someone (Not Online).

In a time of smartphones and more dating apps than you can possibly download, we’re all guilty of replacing real life interaction with swipes on a screen. How do you meet someone in the real world? Hello is a good start. Learn the tips and tricks of the times of old, make like a boomer and get social. Free up the storage space on your phone, put down the screen, leave the house and go embrace the world. It’s time to find someone - whether a friend or a partner - to LOL with IRL, so tell your cyber friends TTYL, and find the love of your life—after you read this book, of course!

Sharon Gilchrest O’Neill, Ed.S. is a licensed marriage and family therapist and the author of A Short Guide to a Happy Marriage, and its Gay Edition, Sheltering Thoughts About Loss and Grief, and Lur’ning: 147 Inspiring Thoughts for Learning on the Job. She has worked both in private practice and the corporate setting, helping her clients to examine assumptions, think creatively, and build upon strengths. O'Neill holds three degrees in psychology and is often called on as an expert by a variety of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, and HuffPost.

Sharon Gilchrest O’Neill, Ed.S. is a licensed marriage and family therapist and the author of A Short Guide to a Happy Marriage, and its Gay Edition, Sheltering Thoughts About Loss and Grief, and Lur’ning: 147 Inspiring Thoughts for Learning on the Job. She has worked both in private practice and the corporate setting, helping her clients to examine assumptions, think creatively, and build upon strengths. O'Neill holds three degrees in psychology and is often called on as an expert by a variety of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, and HuffPost.