Girl, Get Your Mind Right: The Tell-It-Like-It-Is Advice Your Love Life Has Been Missing

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Harper Collins, Jan 4, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages
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Tionna Tee Smalls, star of the VH1 reality show What Chilli Wants, brings her straight up relationship expertise and no bull attitude to women everywhere in Girl, Get Your Mind Right—offering tell-it-like-it-is advice your love life has been missing. The flip side of Steve Harvey’s blockbuster bestseller Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, Tionna’s Girl, Get Your Mind Right is the book that every woman needs.

 

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User Review  - lara1977 - Overstock.com

the Author was very Outspoken..at times had a few good points..however a bit GHETTO for my taste Read full review

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User Review  - Lilac_Lily01 - LibraryThing

Great reality check. This author doesn't mince words. This is a book every girl should read. It's fun and useful! Read full review

Contents

Rule 1 Stop Messing Up Your Mind
5
Rule 2 Take Your Time
9
Rule 3 Learn How To Use the Word No
25
Rule 4 Dont Lose It All for I Love You
33
Rule 5 Know Your Place in a Mans World
43
Rule 6 Chill with the Baggage
53
Rule 7 A Man Who Lies Is a Man Who Cheats
63
Rule 8 Know What a Good Man Looks Like
75
Rule 11 Attitude Is Everything
102
Rule 12 Be a Bitch if You Want To
111
Rule 13 There Is No Prize for Dating a Broke Man
115
Rule 14 Bish Get a Hobby
121
Rule 15 Dont Lose Your Friends
129
Rule 16 You Cant Have Sex Like a Man
135
Rule 18 Know When He Doesnt Want You
155
Acknowledgments
171

Rule 9 Stop Comparing Yourself to Her
85
Rule 10 You Got That Thang
89

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About the author (2011)

Tionna Tee Smalls serves as Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas's guide to finding true love on the hit VH1 series What Chilli Wants. Tionna's career as a relationship expert began with a self-published book that she sent to the website Gawker in hopes that they would cover it. Instead, they hired her as their relationship columnist.

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