How They Met : True Stories of the Power of Serendipity in Finding Lasting Love, Paperback / softback Book

How They Met : True Stories of the Power of Serendipity in Finding Lasting Love Paperback / softback


Find hope with this collection of true stories of lasting romanceThe surprising beginnings of true love: You never know when it might happen: love might be right around the corner, down the block, or across the aisle from you on your next flight.

Stories of how people met are endlessly fascinating and they remind us that we all need to be ready for anything, including meeting the love of your life when you least expect it. Healing stories of serendipitous romance: After a bad break up, composer and beloved songwriter David Friedman embarked on a decade-long journey collecting couple's stories of "how they met" as a therapeutic project.

What Friedman learned was utterly surprising-there was always an element of serendipity, planning had nothing to do with it.

Along the way, what started out as a path to moving forward became a mission to better understand matters of the heart. Romantic biographies and real-life relationships: In this study of true romance, Friedman talks to people from every walk of life, from devout churchgoers to same sex couples to celebrities.

Among others, How They Metshares the moving stories of how Lucie Arnaz met her famous mate, Lawrence Luckinbill, and the unexpected story of Kathie Lee and Frank Gifford's friendship turning to romance. How They Met gives readers:Real life stories that will give hope to even the most heart broken. A truly diverse set of stories that shows the universality of true love. A close-up look at the romances and relationships of famous couples. This collection of true stories will have you believing that love will find YOU - perhaps when you least expect it!


  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 242 pages
  • Publisher: Mango Media
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  • Category: True stories
  • ISBN: 9781633536777



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