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A SASSY LITTLE GUIDE TO GETTING OVER HIM - 10 Steps to Heal Your Heart After an Unhappy Ending (SAME Ink) is a "reality check you can cash." Los Angeles-based writer Sandra Ann Miller mixes wit with wisdom gained from her own unhappy endings to help the newly single put the pain into amusing perspective. A SASSY LITTLE GUIDE TO GETTING OVER HIM sparks the revolution on how women handle the end of a relationship. The Guide's 10 Steps provide the survival skills required to make it through a breakup with dignity and pride intact. Laugh-out-loud humor is tempered with compassion as the reader is reminded that she determines her fate...not the man who broke her heart. A SASSY LITTLE GUIDE TO GETTING OVER HIM is short, sweet and to the sharp point of how to manage the hurt - as well as the burgeoning insanity - and start the healing. "A wonderful and helpful guide that every woman should have on her bookshelf. The ten steps are right on the mark. A SASSY LITTLE GUIDE TO GETTING OVER HIM is a funny and empowering antidote for a broken heart." Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider Co-authors of THE RULES "I wish I could have read this book years ago. Whether you're looking for the next Mr. Right or not, every woman can learn from A SASSY LITTLE GUIDE TO GETTING OVER HIM. It's just brilliant." Cheryl Tiegs Supermodel/Icon
"Ultimately our love for God affects every area of our lives," bestselling author Michelle McKinney Hammond writes, "from our prayer life to how we look at the world at large." Encouraging readers to return to the joy and passion of their early walk, A Sassy Girl's Guide to Loving God shows women how to... keep their prayer line open for communication with God build their faith by embracing the promises of the Bible obey God's commands with a cheerful heart that is open to change Those who have grown dry in their faith will receive practical inspiration for reigniting the spark in their hearts and gain renewed hope and excitement as they embrace the heartbeat of God. Formerly titled Get a Love Life.
Change your dating game to a winning strategy to find the partner you need with no games, no gambits, and no hiding of who you really are, and what you really want from a mate. Laurel House believes that "The Rules" of yester-decades don't apply to today's evolved, headstrong, multifaceted women, who are taking longer to wed, often putting careers first and focusing on love and kids later. Screwing the Rules will challenge women to examine their expectations, hopes and dreams, dating strategy, relationship goals-and themselves-in a revised way. Screwing the Rules is about being honest about who you are and what makes you happy, then making smart decisions about potential compatibility. Laurel speaks not only from the perspective of a professional relationship coach who has helped countless people, but from firsthand experience. She's admittedly made a lot of mistakes in her past relationships and discusses them candidly. In Screwing the Rules Laurel shares the lessons she's learned along the way. Through seven distinct sections, the book takes the reader full circle. First working on yourself and figuring out what you want in a guy, how to find him, get him, and keep him. It advises when/if/how to let him go, heal, and get out there again. Screwing the Rules is all about helping women bring out their best, most confident, empowered self, and from that point of strength, provide the insight, tools, and direction needed to find their ideal match.
Times change. People move on. Plunging a hand into a pot of boiling oil is no longer considered an accurate way of determining the guilt of an adulterous woman. We tend not to casually vomit at the dinner table, do the Macarena, or fly around in airships inflated with highly flammable gas. We live our lives amid a complex web of rapidly changing ideas, desires and ethics; we pick the ones that seem like a good idea, and jettison the ones that don't. The Next Big Thing points, laughs and winces at all those things that were suddenly deemed not that great after all. The guide is a tribute to the fad, the dead-end trend, the ephemeral nature of our beliefs, needs and aspirations. Choose your fad by era - Prehistory, Ancient Civilizations, The Middle Ages, Renaissance & Elizabethan, Georgian & Victorian, World Wars, The Post-War Years, The 1960s & 70s, The 1980s & 90s right through to today. Think about it: In the 1930s, men who played the clarinet were considered incredibly sexually attractive by young women. This is no longer the case. The Next Big Thing will tell you why. A Rough Guide to things that seemed like a good idea at the time.
Helen Clark won the lottery and lost everything. While it wasn't the "mega" jackpot, it was enough to change her life—quit her job as a starlet's assistant, start a new business and have success. However, her partner’s poor decisions brought that dream to an end, and Helen was left with less than nothing. But Helen Clark is a lucky lady. With a job offer from a former colleague, Helen finds herself in charge of permanent placement at a temporary agency specializing in the insanity of Hollywood. As she rebuilds her life, her past mistakes cast a shadow on her future and jeopardize her relationship with a proverbial unicorn. Through success and failure, love and heartbreak, one lesson Helen has learned is to savor the good and let the bad pass because, at the end of the day, everything is temporary.
Screw Cupid is the guide for every woman ready to take her dating life into her own hands. Samantha Scholfield has many years of dating experience, and the techniques and strategies she reveals here were developed via extensive trial and error—and by consulting and collaborating with hundreds of women (and many men), and by refining the best of the extensive pickup advice that already circulates among men. The result: perfectly calibrated guidance on how to initiate a conversation—anytime, anywhere—and get right to a date, all without a guy knowing he’s being picked up.

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