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Amy Bonaccorso

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Amy Bonaccorso is a life coach, internationally known dating expert, and award-winning author of How to Get to ‘I Do’ – A Dating Guide for Catholic Women. She converted to Catholicism in college and overcame many dating disappointments before she found her husband, Attilio. Now, she shares her lessons learned with singles so they can take charge of their lives and expertly navigate the dating world. Ten years of eye-opening experiences on the Christian dating scene equipped Amy to offer hard-hitting advice that will help her audience and clients get real, get practical, and get married. As a happily married woman, she knows what works (internet dating), what doesn’t (living a nun-like existence), and gives readers the confidence to date strategically with an eye toward marriage. Forget about Prince Charming–he doesn’t exist–but plenty of good men are waiting for a woman who will throw away the checklist of idealized mate material and settle down with a real man.

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