How to Avoid a Chicken Head

Front Cover
Do you worry about your appearance instead of focusing on the health of your mind, body, and spirit? In "How to Avoid a Chicken Head," author William Delaney will help you recognize and move beyond the negative influences that lead women to concentrate solely on their appearances, instead of on what makes them complete individuals.

Delaney defines a "chicken head" as a woman with any of the following characteristics:

-You believe that a man is supposed to buy you things simply because you are beautiful
-You spend money on frivolous items such as name brand clothing instead of necessities
-You ask people to do things for you that you wouldn't do for them

"How to Avoid a Chicken Head" is a practical guide for men and women, providing real-life stories of friendship, leadership, and love; tests to determine if you are in a high-maintenance or low-profile relationship; and both humorous and inspiring poetry to help prompt women to make necessary changes. After reading this book, you will take a deep breath, make new discoveries about you and your significant other, and what you must do to reach personal fulfillment.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
2
Chapter 3
3
22
4
27
5
35
6
43
7
49
8
Chapter 18
92
Chapter 19
95
Chapter 20
100
Chapter 21
107
Chapter 22
115
Chapter 23
119
Chapter 24
124
Chapter 25
128

57
24
Chapter 12
73
Chapter 13
75
Chapter 14
78
Chapter 15
81
Chapter 16
86
Chapter 17
88
Chapter 26
133
Chapter 27
139
Chapter 28
144
Chapter 29
148
Chapter 30
154
About the Author
155
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information