Bad Boys: Why We Love Them, how to Live with Them, and when to Leave Them

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Dutton, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 244 pages
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Men who are "mad, bad, and dangerous to know" have been casting their spell over women throughout history. They are quintessential roguish charmers who know how to excite your passions and arouse your desire to cater to them. But can they ever fulfill your need for love and happiness? Dr. Carole Lieberman, a leading Beverly Hills psychiatrist who has a celebrity-studded practice, helps you to find out if it is possible to turn your frog into a prince. In addition, this on-target book helps you to explore the events in your childhood that drew you to the wild and wicked man you love. You will learn exactly what you get from the relationship and if it's still possible to change his, and your own, negative behavior patterns. With wise advice and imaginative tips that really work, Bad Boys provides you with insight into your bad boy - and into you own heart. You will feel stronger for it and more capable of choosing the right man to share your life.

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Psychiatrist Lieberman, a contributing editor to Cosmopolitan and a regular guest on major talk and entertainment shows, and coauthor Collier Cool have written a book clearly aimed at the kind of ... Read full review


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Lieberman is an internationally renowned media psychiatrist who appears regularly on America's top TV and radio shows, along with hosting a show of her own.

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