How to Raise a Boyfriend

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Doubleday Canada, Feb 1, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 208 pages
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Rebecca Eckler shows women everywhere that while they're busy offering not-so-casual advice and reprimands to the men in their life, they've lost sight of an important fact: they're not dating a boyfriend, they're raising a boyfriend.

He wandered away from the checkout, leaving her to cope with an overflowing shopping car. He dashed in front of her to cross a busy intersection without so much as a backwards glance. He forgot — forgot! — to meet her at the airport after a trip. And then an inescapable truth settled in: Rebecca Eckler already had a six-year-old daughter, so what was she doing with a boyfriend who was even worse behaved? There were only two options. Dump the sucker and concentrate on raising her child. Or raise her boyfriend, too.

From making introductions, to offering compliments, to saying you're sorry, boyfriends need to be raised with the same lessons we use on our kids. As Rebecca writes, "If I can raise a child — a smart, kind and polite one — surely I can raise a boyfriend, too."


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Contents

LANGUAGE ARTS
2
Beillg a Plus One hen Cood Dates Co
13
PHYSICAL SCIENCES
101
Just a Little Bit About Porn
114
Diagnosis? Man Cold Prescription? Shut the Fuck Up
120
The Needy Guy Stop the Madness
129
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REBECCA ECKLER is one of Canada's most well-known journalists. She has been a columnist with the National Post for five years, including a stint as a New York-based columnist and feature writer. Her work has also appeared in such publications as Elle, Fashion, Lifestyles, Canadian House and Home and Mademoiselle. She was the host of the television show Modern Manners, and has appeared on CTV and CBC television, and on Global television as a reporter, along with numerous stints on radio shows across Canada and the United States.


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