Date Like a Grownup: Anecdotes, Admissions of Guilt and Advice Between Friends examines the impact of loneliness and social obsolescence on men and women in their second single lives and provides punctuating proof that looking for love from a place of isolation is as unwise as grocery shopping on an empty stomach. Unlike many other relationship manuals, this book will not guide you through game playing and winning temporary partners. Instead, readers will develop a personalized strategy for building a life foundation that facilitates growing a “right fit” relationship.
From first thought to final edit, Heather Dugan will write the script, storyboard the video, record/edit the voiceover, deliver the on-camera message and craft it all together into a high impact audio or video message. Projects are scaled to fit your budget for web or broadcast. Just need the perfect “voice?” Check out the demos.
Pair the author of Date Like A Grownup: Anecdotes, Admissions of Guilt & Advice Between Friends with your group for dynamic speaking, relevant data and engaging discussion on the essential elements for impactful connection. Whether for a midlife relaunch into the world of dating, a “How To” on growing and invigorating foundational relationships or help in navigating out of a miserable rut and around an isolating roadblock—Heather’s studied advice is practical and enabling. Private consultation available by arrangement.
Author, advice columnist and feature writer, Heather Dugan, writes frequently on: life launching; connection; divorce, dating and relationships; navigating grief and healthcare patient responsibility, as well as work/family issues. A finalist in both the USA Book Awards and the Indie Next Generation Book Awards in the Non-Fiction/Relationships category, her latest book Date Like A Grownup targets root causes for misery-perpetuating choices and provides punctuating proof that looking for love from a place of isolation is as unwise as grocery shopping on an empty stomach. She is currently researching and writing a book on the impact of isolation on transitioning adults and the life-changing value of face-to-face friendship and consistent connection amongst women.