Learning to Love Again, which addresses itself primarily to divorced people seeking new relationships, is an excellent book: candid, accessible, detailed, constructive, full of energy and advice on the whole range of experience implied by the title. Everything is organized into Steps, Stages, Transitions, Patterns, Pitfalls, and the interconnecting dynamics – and there’s hardly a page in which some little truth doesn’t hit home. Even id you aren’t interested in remarriage or LTA (living-together-arrangements), and even if capitalized phrases like Commitment and Turnabout Thinking turn you off, Mel Krantzler’s premise that self-defeating habits can be identified and permanently changed provides the basis for a book that goes a long way in showing you how. And you won’t need to buy a tape recorder, a stenograph, or a feather boa. It’s all in the head.
Reviews: "Accessible, constructive, full of energy and advice." --New York Times