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Never Be Lonely Again

The Way Out of Emptiness, Isolation, and a Life Unfulfilled
Narrated by: Michael Sutherland
Length: 8 hrs and 14 mins
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In our fast-paced world of longer working hours and quick distractions, it's difficult to develop and maintain relationships that soothe the soul. Even as relationship and behavioral experts, both Pat Love and Jon Carlson each found themselves battling the plague of loneliness. It was only after a momentous meeting with the Dalai Lama that Love and Carlson began to develop an effective approach that would recalibrate the way they understood relationships. Now with Never Lonely Again, listeners will learn how to find the necessary time to maintain friendships, be truly present for a partner, and reach out to people when in need.

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©2011 Pat Love and Jon Carlson (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • 30-03-19

A book about writing a book

I couldn’t make it through this book. They spent so much time talking about how they decided to write about loneliness and how they went to India this one time.... they never got around to explaining how not be lonely. Mostly fluff, better classified as a travel memoir.

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