Beware of Dogs: How to Avoid Dating Disasters
Whether a woman is sixteen years old or sixty, dating is a lot like navigating a mine field. When a relationship is good, it feels like we are soaring on top of the world. But more often than we would like to admit, things can go wrong; only after the smoke clears do we realize we never noticed the warning signs. Beware of Dogs: How to Avoid Dating Disasters helps women learn the important lessons gained from bad relationships while providing expert guidance leading them down a path to becoming happier, more self-fulfilled human beings. Barbara Hayes is a relationship therapist who relies on both her professional and personal experiences to help women discern whether their guy is nice or narcissistic, quirky or disturbed, intrigued or obsessed. Along with personal anecdotes and case studies, she includes fun quizzes and checklists that make it easy to sort out the dirty dogs from the dream guys and learn whether a partner’s habits are merely annoying or red flags signaling that the relationship is headed for disaster. Beware of Dogs: How to Avoid Dating Disasters provides the practical tools and suggestions that will teach any woman how to make wise relationship choices.
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