Learn a Man Earn a Man
Master hair stylist Barry Fletcher is in a unique position. Women and men from all walks of life have been confiding in him for years. Too often when we have relational issues, we seek counsel from those without relevant insight. Women talk to their girlfriends; men talk to the fellas. Wouldn't it make sense to seek information from closer to the source? Barry has heard the uncut, uncensored versions from both sides.
If you sincerely want a man who is worthy of your special light and future promise, one who can treasure you when you are down as well as he can when you are at the mountaintop, please come right in and pull up a chair. You can take control of how you go about finding him, wooing him and keeping him. You have the power to create an internal and external environment to ensure victory. You can earn a man, not by losing yourself, but by finding yourself.
But by all means, read LEARN A MAN EARN A MAN and discover effective ways to own and leverage your powers, use your natural properties to control - er, or should I say, earn a man.
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