When you apply for a job, a lot of personal information is divulged. How else can an employer determine if you are a good fit? And yet, when we meet those special people and begin a loving relationship, do we take the time to really get to know them, to explore everything we can about their backgrounds, their histories, and their dreams for the future? In Debbie L. Madison's no-holds-barred book, The Interview Process for Dating: Know Who You Are Marrying―Do the Hard Work During the Dating Process, the author navigates through the choppy waters of relationship building and teaches her readers how to swim. From the objectives of the preliminary states of a relationship to differentiating between love and lust; from clear and honest communication to building a trusting and mutually satisfying relationship, this book helps men and women get beyond the superficial―upon which far too many relationships are based―and into the area of reality. For anyone in a relationship, this is the premier that must be read.