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We all make mistakes, particularly in our love-lives, as relationships are never easy.

But if you can exercise forgiveness in small ways at the start of a love affair then you’re more likely to find ways to forgive the bigger hurts and transgressions, if and when they happen. There are good rows and bad rows but make no mistake – everybody argues.

It includes an additional new chapter called “Dating Games Men Play.” It’s easily the last dating advice book you will ever need. Love in 90 Days was the basis of her PBS Special on love. Diana through her Dating Tips & Relationship Advice Newsletter.“Diana Kirschner’s work is life-changing, love-affirming and wonderfully effective.” ~Dr.

Christiane Northrup, Internationally bestselling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom.

Don’t scream, keep your cool: it makes a big difference.

Enjoy what others have to offer rather than trying to change them to fit your own template of how life and love should be. Expecting someone to be everything you need and everything you are not is a recipe for disaster.

Go to a place where you used to laugh or where there’s a good chance of laughter.

That moment when you exchange a look and end up laughing, often over a shared memory, is the best way to understand each other again.

One of the more ridiculous myths about “true love” is the idea of the soulmate – that there is someone out there who is your perfect match.

A good relationship is about navigating the numerous differences between you – over politics, food, money, how to raise children.

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