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Men: Are you having trouble with women? Who hasn't at one time or another! This may just help. Covers the basics of meeting, greeting, dating, and befriending females. Offers useful and practical advice on just what makes a woman tick. Answers fundamental questions males have as to why females are the way they are. Points out and explains the far too many basic errors men make over and over again with women. Helps clear up much of the dating and social scene confusion. Answers the problems of what he wants vs. what she really wants. Includes real life situations, interviews from attractive young single girls, translations of female word usage into basic male words, and a useful bibliography for further research and study. Want to truly improve your social life? Attract a mate by becoming attractive to them, and by knowing more about what it is they secretly wish for. This book will help. Go for it!
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Street-smart and straightforward, Play or Be Played will help you get with a king without being a hoochie, groupie, or a chickenhead.
Got Game? It's a fact. Every woman needs game. Take Oprah, Jada Pinkett-Smith, and Beyoncé Knowles. All three of these women have the one intangible quality that every mack, male or female, must possess: they all have game. In other words, they have intelligence, hustle, and common sense that they apply to every aspect of their lives — especially in their relationships.
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With more than a million copies sold worldwide, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work has revolutionized the way we understand, repair, and strengthen marriages. John Gottman's unprecedented study of couples over a period of years has allowed him to observe the habits that can make—and break—a marriage. Here is the culmination of that work: the seven principles that guide couples on a path toward a harmonious and long-lasting relationship. Straightforward yet profound, these principles teach partners new approaches for resolving conflicts, creating new common ground, and achieving greater levels of intimacy. Gottman offers strategies and resources to help couples collaborate more effectively to resolve any problem, whether dealing with issues related to sex, money, religion, work, family, or anything else.
Packed with new exercises and the latest research out of the esteemed Gottman Institute, this revised edition of The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work is the definitive guide for anyone who wants their relationship to attain its highest potential.
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Cissy Wechter, widowed after a long-term marriage, passes along what she's learned as a suddenly single "sixty-something." This book of real-life experiences-written for real-life women-will change your life! "For the millions of women who are looking for 'That Guy,' this is your handbook." Phyllis Diller "Cissy's book is a wonderful example of the resilience and power of women. She says we all have to keep on going with love, imagination and sex, and she tells us in a funny, honest way. More power to women.at any age!!!" Teri Garr "Our capability for being truly alive well into the age limits of our lives has barely been tapped and articulated. With this book the bar has officially been raised.read, learn and enjoy!" Herb Goldberg, Ph.D., The Inner Male, The New Male "Though Cissy is a city gal with zero body fat, she speaks to all women in their sixties. She is very honest about her biases and disappointments. Cissy urges women to take chances and her book is chock full of possibilities for those of us women over sixty who often feel invisible. Check it out." Marcia Wallace, Don't Look Back-We're Not Going That Way "If you want to stay a smart and sexy Grrl Genius in your sixties and way beyond, listen to what Cissy has to say, and for heaven's sake, do it!" Cathryn Michon, The Grrl Genius Guide to Sex (With Other People) Cissy Wechter, widowed after a long-term marriage, shares what she's learned as a suddenly single "60-something." She draws not only on her own experience jumping back into the dating world after more than 40 years, but also on her survey of senior women across America. Often undervalued by the men in their age group, sometimes feeling like "old clunkers" in the fast lane, unsure whether to claim a love for sushi and rap or admit a preference for broiled chicken and oldies radio, these women face new decisions daily. They wonder, "What are we, chopped liver? Just because we know how to make it…" Whether you wear a size 3 or 3X, have a Ph.D. or dropped out of high-school…whether you're widowed, divorced, or you've always been single…if you're a woman "of a certain age" challenged by today's dating scene, you must read this book. Cissy's amorous adventures, outspoken opinions, and candid words of advice might seem outrageous to some – especially coming from a woman her age. But her refreshing honesty and breezy writing style makes this book as much fun as a cross between The Golden Girls and Sex and the City. Currently living with a younger man, Cissy has found a way to live her own life to the fullest, and senior women everywhere would do well to follow her advice. After all, these may not be the BEST years of their lives, but they're definitely the best ones they have left!
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Beloved bestselling author Shelley Shepard Gray returns with the third book in her Amish Brides of Pinecraft series—a story of second chances for two young single parents…and the wedding that brings them together.
Emma Keim was heartbroken when her husband Sanford passed away, leaving her to raise three young daughters alone. In the years since, her relatives have made it no secret that they expect Emma to remain a widow, mourning Sanford indefinitely. But when she meets Jay Hilty—a widower with three young sons of his own—Emma is delighted to have a new friend who understands her struggles. And it doesn’t hurt that he’s also handsome and kind. Still, Emma is dismayed that her family is so opposed to their friendship—and the idea of it ever becoming anything more. She honors her husband’s memory every day, but is she destined to be alone forever?