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If it's Raining Men, Why is your Bucket Empty? ebook

by MSW Ronald C. Moore


A Commonsense Approach to Relationships Moore divides the book into two sections: one, Relationships in Popular . Ronald C. Moore, MSW is a motivational speaker, relationship facilitator, and coach.

A Commonsense Approach to Relationships. If it’s Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty? by Ronald C. Moore, MSW, is a guide to help a person find and maintain a committed relationship. Moore divides the book into two sections: one, Relationships in Popular Culture and Modern Society; and two, The Fundamentals of Dating in the Modern World.

Unlike other relationship books, "If it's Raining Men, Why is. .Too often when it comes to finding a partner, most of us continue to make the same mistakes over and over.

Unlike other relationship books, "If it's Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty?" is a useful tool for: self-discovery and personal growth, identifying your current relationship stage, helping you make better choices and identifying and avoiding potenti. Unlike other relationship books, "If it's Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty?" is a useful tool for: self-discovery and personal growth, identifying your current relationship stage, helping you make better choices and identifying and avoiding potential partners who are not ready for commitment.

How to Improve Your Chances of Finding a Lasting Relationship" by Ronald C. Moore, MSW .

If it’s Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty? helps you to create that committed relationship with someone special  . Unlike other relationship books, If it’s Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty? is a useful tool for:, Self discovery and personal growth, Identifying your current relationship stage, Helping you to make better choices, Identifying and avoiding potential partners who are not ready for commitment Stop repeating the same relationship mistakes.

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How to Improve Your Chances of Finding a Lasting Relationship. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9781935586470.

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Filled with practical information and multiple stories of real people in real relationships, If it’s Raining Men, Why is Your .

Filled with practical information and multiple stories of real people in real relationships, If it’s Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty? is a solid How To resource for anyone seeking more satisfaction from her (or his) love life. Help us to make General-Ebooks better!

Moore divides the book into two sections: one, Relationships in Popular Culture and Modern Society .

Moore divides the book into two sections: one, Relationships in Popular Culture and Modern Society; and two, The Fundamentals of Dating in the Modern World. Within each section, he points out various strategies to use to break the norm of divorce and infidelity, which is often glorified in our modern society and media as well as how to tell if someone is truly interested in you. There are many books currently on the market that deal with relationship issues, but what sets If It’s Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty? apart is that Moore’s practical strategies actually make sense.

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"If it's Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty?" helps you create that committed relationship with someone special. Too often when it comes to finding a partner, most of us continue to make the same mistakes over and over. Whether you are married or single, on a first date, or have been dating for several years this book shows you how to strengthen your relationship while promoting a healthy, long-lasting partnership through communication, trust, honesty and friendship. Unlike other relationship books, "If it's Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty?" is a useful tool for: . self-discovery and personal growth . identifying your current relationship stage . helping you make better choices . identifying and avoiding potential partners who are not ready for commitment Stop repeating the same relationship mistakes. You can break the cycle and finally have a rewarding and fulfilling relationship. The thing that sets this book apart from all others is the analysis of the three distinct relationship stages. Understanding the balance between the three stages within a relationship is the foundation to creating a successful and healthy relationship. Applying this knowledge will prevent you from losing precious time and save you from another broken heart and empty promises. Filled with practical information and multiple stories of real people in real relationships, "If it's raining Men, Why is Your bucket Empty?" is a solid 'how to' resource for anyone looking for more satisfaction from their love life. .
Anayalore
Very humorous happenings between men and women. It seems the tips are very useful for every day life. Great book for young people who are starting a relationship. Everyone should read it...wish I had it 40 years ago...LOL
Banal
In a society where half of all marriages end in divorce, and people often date numerous men or women before finding the one to marry, a lot of people are asking why they can't find the right person to have a relationship with. Whether you are a man or a woman, you've probably been in this situation; fortunately, Ronald Moore has the answers to your questions and the solutions to your dating dilemmas.

Moore begins with a survey of the current state of relationships today. Yes, he talks about things like commitment and family values and old fashioned ideas, but he also shows that human nature hasn't changed that much over time. He provides several examples from the Bible and from history of failed and dysfunctional relationships, including Henry VIII, who kept getting rid of one wife for the next. Moore says, "Nothing has changed about human nature since Henry VIII's day; we still make the same mistakes and fail to take ownership of our own behaviors rather than learn. We are often like Henry; instead of changing what is wrong with us, we change mates."

Moore largely blames the current trend of divorce and failed relationships on the media and its depiction of relationships. We have gone from a time when television promoted happy families in shows like "The Waltons" and "Little House on the Prairie" to where family shows are almost non-existent and Reality TV flourishes by depicting dysfunctional relationships. It's time to get back to the basics.

It's also time for us to ask serious questions about ourselves and the people we date rather than wasting time on assumptions about what the other person wants. Moore walks us through the three relationship stages to help readers determine what stage they are in--how close they are to making a commitment and what questions to ask of potential partners to find out whether they are at the same stage, or whether it's time to move on to find another person to have a relationship with.

It's important, as Moore explains, to find out upfront who your partner is, rather than to play out the "cloak and dagger" scenario; otherwise, one or both partners in the relationship have unrealistic expectations of where the relationship is going. The following short passage from the book, reflective of Moore's straightforward, common sense advice throughout, illustrates just what he means by this "cloak and dagger" scenario:

If one person in the relationship is not ready to commit fully, at some point--perhaps a few days into the relationship, perhaps a few years--the relationship will crumble as the uncommitted partner pulls away. Meanwhile, the partner who believed that he or she had found "the real thing" (or something like it) is now left hanging and possibly traumatized by the whole experience. He (or she) is probably not going to understand that the rejection he experienced has nothing to do with him. The stab in the back is simply a continuation of the course the partner was on and which the other partner wasn't aware existed.
I call this the cloak and dagger scenario: when someone hides who he truly is to get what he wants. For some men, it may be the guy whose only intention is to sleep with a woman and control the relationship's outcome. For women, it may be the female who wants to marry and have children regardless of her ultimate compatibility with her spouse.

Throughout "If it's Raining Men, Why Is Your Bucket Empty?" Moore also explores numerous types of relationships, from people who settle, or sit on the fence, to people who are in one-way street relationships, and love-hate relationships. He gives advice on how to move on, how to know when it's time to break up in a relationship, precautions to take when dating on the Internet, how to assess your and your potential partners' personalities, and reminders that romantic relationships are not our sole purpose in life, but that we also need friends, and most importantly, we need to value ourselves and pursue our own interests and passions.

Ronald Moore is no stranger to relationships. Having grown up in a single parent home, and later having become a divorced parent, he knows the difficulty of maintaining a stable relationship. As a social worker for over twenty years, he has witnessed many relationship problems, and he has watched how modern views of relationships have influenced people to make the wrong decisions in their own relationships. He is the founder of [...], the purpose of which is to create an environment that promotes healthy, long lasting relationships through communication, trust, honesty, and partnership. Through his seminars on relationships, and now through his book, "If it's Raining Men, Why Is Your Bucket Empty?" Moore offers the tools necessary to build lasting relationships and happiness.

-- Tyler R. Tichelaar, Ph.D., and author of the award-winning "Narrow Lives"
Sataxe
If It's Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty? is a terrific common sense approach to forming relationships. While so many others are busy being politically correct, Ronald C. Moore approaches the subject of relationships and finding a partner from a common sense point of view, and it all makes sense. This book will help you learn about both yourself and those who wander in and out of your life, and it helps prepare you for the one who will stay.

If you're looking for a lasting relationship -- a lasting partner -- this is the book for you. I highly recommend it to singles who are trying to find their way, and it couldn't hurt if married couples read it, too.
Risa
The book was presented to the Portsmouth Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. to read by our chair of the Arts & Letters Committee. I purchased the book on my iPad and read most of it before our book signing event on March 10th. Then I ended up getting a actual book so the author could sign. The book is an excellent book on relationships. It help me learn a little more about myself and my relationships. Very enlightening. My husband attended as well and he learned a little more about me as well as I did about him. We've been discussing the book since the event and tried to apply it to our lives to understand each other a little more. I have and will continue to share this book with others. And encourage them to purchase the book on Amazon.com.
Rrinel
Ron Moore's book contains practical knowledge on improving your odds when choosing the best mate for a healthy relationship. It also helps you evaluate your own readiness, so that you aren't wasting other people's time. I use some of these tools when meeting men.It's an easy read with creative simple tools you can use when dating and making decisions to end relationships that are heading in the wrong direction.
Morad
I bought this book at the suggestion of a friend. I learned so much about myself and the people in my life. The writing is insightful and thought provoking. A great read.
betelgeuze
An inspiring book full of wisdom and guidance to healthy and fulfilling relationships.
This is a great book! I love how it encourages a healthier happier you prior to finding that special someone. I regularly recommend this book to my friends and clients. Very well written, and humorous.
If it's Raining Men, Why is your Bucket Empty? ebook
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MSW Ronald C. Moore
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