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Solo Success

by Christine Ingall

Lifestyle and Health Mind & Body - books to help you be better

LoveReading View on Solo Success

A short self-help book to encourage anyone living a solo life to live it to the full. Author Christine Ingall says that being single or solo doesn’t mean being a second-class citizen. This book is to “help anyone who struggles with their solo life to live it… without excuses, and without fear of being seen to be alone”. The number of people living alone in mid-life, and people describing themselves as lonely has increased. The author offers a number of exercises, uses her own life as an example, and gives encouragement. While an awful lot of the book is common-sense, the fact that it is all together in one place, and acts as a reminder, allows focus. So if you would like to live a more expanded and full life, this book holds your hand while you explore possibilities. 

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Solo Success Synopsis

Millions of people, who live alone and are without a partner, avoid everyday leisure pursuits for fear of being seen to be on their own. Many people in a relationship never do anything on their own. This step-by-step guide helps such people to conquer their fear, and build the confidence to pursue the things that they enjoy doing, regardless of their relationship status.

Solo Success Press Reviews

A MUST for people reluctant to do things alone. -- Meryl Van spall, divorced, retired nurse and college lecturer

Clear, concise, effective and supportive. -- Maria Rooney, divorced, Angelic Reiki and EFT therapist

Combines perceptive insight with sensible advice. -- Michael Hammond, middle-aged and single

As a divorced man living alone, it hit the target with me. -- Angus Clark, fitness instructor

This marvellous little book... No nonsense approach, sensible advice and measurable results. -- Victoria Fraser, widow, retired radiographer

The go-to book for solos - it will expand your life dramatically! -- Tamar Groeneveld, unmarried, personal fitness and life coach

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ISBN: 9781784521172
Publication date: 28/09/2017
Publisher: Panoma Press
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781784521172
Publication date: 28th September 2017
Author: Christine Ingall
Publisher: Panoma Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 104 pages
Genres: Lifestyle & Health, Mind & Body,
Categories: Assertiveness, motivation & self-esteem, Lifestyle & personal style guides, Separation & divorce, Coping with death & bereavement, Retirement, Social interaction, Psychology of ageing, Alternative lifestyles,

About Christine Ingall

Christine Ingall has lived alone, happily, for over 30 years. A retired Civil Servant, she lives a full, active and creative life in Leamington Spa, her adoptive home. She is currently working on her next book, Solo Holidays - 10 rules to ensure a great time on your own.

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