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Carter and Sokol's new book deals with getting over a failed relationship.

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Another Carter/Sokol entry.

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Most smart women got smart the hard way, through first hand experience. And they have the scars to prove it—painful memories of sleepless nights, tears, confusion, anger, self-doubt and anxiety. Sure they have learned about life, love, and relationships, but they paid a high price for their wisdom. There is an easier way for a woman to get smart. How? Simply by listening to and learning from the experiences of other women.

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Another good reissue.

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    Susan Rankin

    Actually, an updated version.

This book is for any woman who has ever felt the need to apologize for something about herself—whether it’s something about her body, her mind, her home, her history, her dreams, her goals, her friends, her family, her choices, her values, her personality, her spirituality, her opinions, or any aspect of her essential self.

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Have you ever been hurt, sometimes badly, by a romantic partner's over the top level of self-involvement? Have you ever wondered why and how a loved one could be so self-absorbed and oblivious to what you are experiencing? Narcissists are often experts in intensity, passion, and romantic seduction. It's easy to fall in love with them, but they always make sure that their relationships are organized around their priorities, agendas, and emotional ups-and-downs.

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This is the life-changing and groundbreaking international and New York Times bestseller that first introduced the term "commitmentphobia". Here’s the problem: Many men have an exaggerated fear of commitment. If you are a contemporary woman, there is a very good chance that you are going to be involved with at least one man who chooses to walk away from love.

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