Navigating our romantic lives can be filled with incredible highs and unfathomable lows. Everyone enters relationships with a unique idea of what makes connection work. But even with our differences, we have a common thread running through all of us: the deep desire to love and be loved.
Based on her experiences, and with the help of her closest friends and the men in her life, author Jessica R. Bunevacz created a series of guidelines for women looking to enjoy dating and romance and avoid common pitfalls and difficulties.
Whether you're dating, getting ready to walk down the aisle, or are already married and looking to take your marriage to the next level, it's profoundly important to celebrate where you are on your journey and make every day special and meaningful for yourself and those around you.
Date like a Girl, Marry like a Woman incorporates Bunevacz's own stories of love, dating, and marriage with practical advice for today's modern relationship and reminds readers not to settle for anything less than the best.
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What do you get when you mix a strict Catholic upbringing, a strong curiosity for the opposite sex, and the need to grow up quickly? If you are lucky you get an outcome like Jessica Bunevacz, the vivacious first time author behind "Date Like a Girl, Marry Like a Woman: The Polished Woman's Guide to Love, Romance and Sex."
Jessica is a former actress and fashion model born and raised in the Philippines, and currently living in Los Angeles. A happily married mother of three, she has made the journey from MANnizer to the quintessential polished woman. Utilizing her own past experiences and a passion for helping others, she will quickly become the best friend you wish you had!
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by Jessica R. Bunevacz
When most people think of the term ‘in-laws,’ they only think about the parents of the spouse, and this depiction is often unflattering. On TV, in books, and in movies there’s this stereotypical image of a disapproving mother- in-law that often makes a wife question why she even got married. It would be fine if this only existed in the media but it exists in real life, too. There are plenty of Mama’s boys whose mothers are still the boss even after they get married, and beyond that there are some in-laws, not just mothers but sisters and brothers and fathers, who just aren’t nice at all. They criticize and nitpick, and every- thing you do is wrong. Just as bad are the in-laws who are completely aloof and who don’t attempt to make any connection to you or your children. You can’t choose these people, but in making the choice to marry your husband you need to learn how to deal with them.
If you’re lucky enough to have great in-laws then enjoy them and don’t take them for granted. Remember that you can’t force your in-laws to like you, but for the sake of your husband and your children you should try your best.