Nina Atwood, book author, media and speaker
In this webinar that was held on Dec. 14, 2011, featuring Nina Atwood, you will learn:
How to drastically reduce emotional neediness or desperation that in the past drove you to settle How to create a huge sense of abundance in dating. The top three behavioral changes that will transform your dating life into the sure-fire path to a wonderful love relationship. How to quickly weed out the wrong men so you move rapidly forward to Mr. Right.
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Nina Atwood, M.Ed., LPC, is a licensed therapist, published author, and host of the hit Web site, Singlescoach®. Nina has been featured in national magazines, newspapers, on radio and television. She is the author of four self-help books, including her newest book, Temptations of the Single Girl: The Ten Dating Traps You Must Avoid. Listen live or via downloadable podcasts to "Love Strategies" with Nina weekly at www.blogtalkradio.com/nina-atwood. Nina is an award-winning CEO Coach for Vistage and does one-on-one coaching with key level executives.
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