Love on the Line: How to Recover from Romance Scams Gracefully and Without Victimisation

Xlibris Corporation
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Romance scams are devoid of love and emotion. Many people get to experience them the hard way and end up being victims of scammers; they may carry their guilt for the rest of their lives. In Love on the Line, Elina Juusola, ideas historian, committed feminist, and former researcher of pornography and violence against women, reflects on how romance scams relate to the ever-expanding world of pornography and the romance-book industry. Learn her story and know that anyone can be scammed. Become educated about romance scams, and learn how to recover from the ordeal with innovative flair by transmuting your negative emotions into a positive experience.
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About the author

Elina Juusola has travelled the world extensively. She studied Humanities in Sweden, and later, at a mature age, went back to study in Australia for her Business degree in Philanthropy. She was privileged to be one of the founding members of the Swedish Women’s Studies Seminars and has been active in the grass-roots level of the Women’s Movement. Her ambition is to be the best grandmother there is. She devotes her spare time to writing and researching burning world issues. Her secret hobbies are upcycling tin cans to art and playing Lego with grandkids.

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Publisher
Xlibris Corporation
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Published on
Jan 8, 2016
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Pages
116
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ISBN
9781514444399
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Language
English
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Genres
Family & Relationships / Love & Romance
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