Drama Kings: The Men Who Drive Strong Women Crazy (Google eBook)

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Open Road Media, Feb 8, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 224 pages
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In this field guide to twenty-first century dating, Dalma Heyn gives women the tools they need to find the partners they want
Why are so many strong, vibrant women going out with men who sabotage their strength and vibrancy? In her third book, bestselling author and psychotherapist Dalma Heyn provides the roadmap to lovers she calls “drama kings,” men who, still stuck in the man-centric culture of the twentieth century, are emotionally unavailable to these twenty-first century women. Drawing on first-person interviews and case stories of real relationships, Heyn helps women identify the men likely to derail relationships, confront their own expectations about love and relationships, and negotiate the minefields of today’s dating world—so that they never again have to choose between having love and staying strong. This ebook features a new introduction by Dalma Heyn and an illustrated biography including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.


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A few years ago we received a trunk full of books being discarded from a family who was moving. From that trunk we have found treasures and trash. This book falls into the latter category. Read full review

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A Biography of Dalma Heyn

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About the author (2011)

Dalma Heyn, who earned her master’s degree in social work at New York University, has been writing about love, marriage and relationships for twenty-five years. She is the bestselling author of The Erotic Silence of the American Wife, Marriage Shock, and Drama Kings, as well as the host of the regionally broadcast television program The Love Goddess Show. She is the former editor in chief of Health magazine, executive editor of McCall’s, and columnist for Mademoiselle and New Woman. She has appeared as a social commentator and guest author on Oprah, Good Morning America, Today, and The View, among others.

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