No More Baby's Mama Drama

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Dafina Books, 2005 - Self-Help - 304 pages
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So, you've finally met your Prince Charming. He's handsome, caring, and thoughtful--"but the comes with one scary string attached: His Ex, the mother of his children. And she isn't happy to meet you. Welcome to the not-so-wonderful world of "Baby's Mama." a place where an ex-wife of girlfriend isn't quite ready to let go of her former man--"and has no qualms about using their children to wreak havoc on your life. Jealous and insecure. Baby's mama (a.k.a.: "BM") knows just how to push you buttons and likes nothing more than to see you lose your cool. Her goal: to see your relationship with the father of her kids go down in flames--"or to at least make it as miserable as possible. Using her firsthand esperience. Ayesha J. Gallion lays it on the line with this no-holds-barred survival guide for women in this too-common predicament. Combining wicked humor with keen insight. She'll teach you the skills you need to: With chapters covering everything from the rude ex to the money-hungry ex to the psycho ex, this is the first and only book that can show you how to attain a peaceful, loving, and blessedly drama-free life--"while keeping your self-respect and your relationship intact.

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Gallion, a former reporter for the West Orange Chronicle , draws on personal experience to steer women through the turmoil of dealing with a boyfriend's ex--that is, the mother of his children ("baby ... Read full review


So Youve Got Babys Mama Drama
You and Your Husband
The MoneyHungry Babys Mama
Tales of a Rude Ex
Her Middle Name Should Have Been Psycho
The Violent Babys Mama
Chapter? His Children Her Children
Theyre His Children But Its Still Your Home
When Enough Is Enough
Starting a Family With Your Husband
Get Ready to Live a Dramafree Life
Child Support Glossary
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Ayesha J. Gallion, a former reporter for "The West Orange Chromicle and its affiliates, received her B.A. in English from Morgan State University. Her work has been published in Baltimore "City Paper and Role Call. She lives in Union. New Jersey with her husband and their daughter.

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