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The Secret Lives of Suburban Wives

Excerpted from To Love, Honor and Betray; The Secret Lives of Suburban Wives By Stephanie Gertler, Adrienne Lopez To Love, Honor, and Betray was conceived one night as we sat at a local haunt in our Westchester, New York, suburb. We were sipping Cosmopolitans and talking about marriage and how few really good marriages we know-and wondering if the ones that appear to be "good" in fact are. We remarked on how many of the women we know are dissatisfied, disappointed, and

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Relationships - The Secrets of Personality Type Revealed

Excerpted from Just Your Type : Create the Relationship You've Always Wanted Using the Secrets of Personality Type By Paul D. Tieger, Barbara Barron-Tieger You are about to learn about - or perhaps expand your understanding of - a fascinating and well-respected tool that will give you powerful new insights into yourself, your partner, and all the important people in your life. Of the many systems that philosophers, psychologists, and all-around wise people throughout th

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Taking Responsibility for Our Relationships

Excerpted from A Plentiful Harvest; Creating Balance and Harmony Through the Seven Living Virtues By Terrie Williams Our relationships with friends and family are the most valuable things in our lives, they're also one of the most difficult things to take responsibility for. We can't always predict how another person is going to react, and too often it seems like the whole thing risks flying out of our control. But it can't fly out of control, not entirely. Because ever

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Black Woman: Who She Really Is and Isn't

Excerpted from How to Love a Black Woman : Give-and-Get-the Very Best in Your Relationship By Dr. Ronn Elmore Whatever your own personal images and perceptions about the nature of Black women are, they will stare you straight in the face as you read this book. You will find that some of those images of her will be confirmed here and you will take pleasure in knowing that, in that specific area, you have been working with solid, reliable facts that have helped you to rel

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Shaping Your Mate

By Bob Grant, L.P.C. Some years ago, while building my counseling practice, I was constantly looking for the most effective strategies for my clients. The theories in Graduate School were very interesting, but I also yearned for the practical applications. Something they could take home with them. Particularly with couples. By the time they came into my office they were usually at their wits end. Before we could explore the depth of their conflict and pain I

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Sailing

Excerpted from The Carrot and the Mule By Joseph Foti, Esq. The icy December rain pelted my eyes as I tried to keep my 500 foot yacht from slamming into the jagged Nantucket rocks. Despite my efforts, the howling night winds, raging sea, and dense fog made steering almost impossible. This was by far the worst storm I had encountered in thirteen years of sailing. Standing at the helm, forced to endure Maurice's mocking glances, I watched helplessly as twenty foot waves c

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Never ask a man for a date

Excerpted from Stop Getting Dumped! All You Need to Know to Make Men Fall Madly in Love with You and Marry The One in 3 Years or Less By Lisa Daily Your first move is to let him make the first move. Here, we enter the realm of the old-fashioned. This little secret is extremely important, though, no matter how outdated it may seem. Never ask a man out on a date. Ever. Men need to be men, and bless them for that. The very same brain cells t

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