Do Not Talk To, Touch, Marry, Or Otherwise Fiddle with Frogs: How to Find Prince Charming by Finding Yourself

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Plume, 2001 - Self-Help - 228 pages
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For women who are hopelessly addicted to the wrong men, this upbeat and supportive book will help them swear off Frogs forever and take control of their love lives. Using a motivating step-by-step format, Nailah Shami offers positive strategies, affirmations, and exercises to arm women with the tools they need to: -- Recognize the 7 most common Frog species -- from the "Brute" to the "Fossil"-- Determine whether a partner is a Frog-- Reclaim dating dignity-- Stay positive while single-- Recognize a prince when he appearsPlus-- 10 signs that indicate a Frog habit-- The 12 essential steps to being Frog-free-- 5 things you can do with Frogs other than date or marry them-- How to get back on the wagon after a Frog bingeIncluding testimonials from former Frog catchers and cameos from real-life princes, Do Not Talk to, Touch, Marry, or Otherwise Fiddle with Frogs will help women break bad dating habits, reclaim their power and self-esteem, and find their prince.

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Nailah Shami is the author of Taking the High Road: How to Deal with Your Ex-Husband, Maintain Your Sanity, and Raise Your Child in Peace (available from Plume). As the originator and director of National Get Along with Your Ex Month, she has been featured on CNN, Fox on Psychology and several national radio programs, as well as in USA Today. She lives in Washington.

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