False Love and Other Romantic Illusions: Why Love Goes Wrong and How to Make It Right
The romantic myths people are taught to pursue can lead them away from the truly loving relationships they want. This insightful guide shows readers the mistakes made in love--and how they can be corrected.
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Using realistic vignettes to support their premise that "living happily ever after requires a lot more hard work than magic,'' the authors help readers discriminate between false and true love and ... Read full review
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