Become the People Magnet You’ve Always Wanted to Be!
Want to make an unforgettable first impression? Or learn how to speak in a way that makes you stand out in a crowd? Or find out what signs a love interest might give if they’re attracted to you?
You’ll learn all of these flirting secrets and more with The Flirting Bible, your definitive guide to using and reading body language and other social cues to find instant adventure, friendship, fun, and romance.
Nationally renowned relationship expert Fran Greene, former advice columnist for Match.com, will walk you through her thirteen tried-and-trusted techniques for becoming the most confident and attractive person in the room (no matter if you think you are or not!). You’ll learn how to:
Say goodbye to intimidation and “hello!” to the mate of your dreams with The Flirting Bible—your secret weapon to becoming the most fabulous flirt in town.
Fran Greene, former director of flirting, advice columnist, and spokesperson for Match.com, runs a national private practice working with divorced, widowed, and single people who are ready to move on and reenter the world of dating and relationships. She is a well-known and respected online dating consultant. Fran has helped hundreds of men and women find love and happiness. She also has expertise helping people with disabilities to date and have meaningful relationships. Fran is the author of The Flirting Bible. She lives in Long Island.
“This book is a must-read for every single person who hopes to find romance, love, and happily ever after.” —Trish McDermott, former Match.com dating expert and Vice President of Romance
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“If only I’d had this book back when I was single! I would have saved myself a lot of heartache (and a lot of bad sex). Even now, as a married woman, I couldn’t put this book down. Fran Greene approaches her topic with warmth, humor, and sincerity. Best of all, she reveals flirting for what it really is: a way to boost your own self-confidence by making others feel good—a sure-fire path to fun and romance.” —Cynthia W. Gentry, author of What Men Really Want in Bed and What Women Really Want in Bed