Oh No! He's Just Like My Father: Escape the Parent Trap and Have the Relationship YOU Want

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Mar 22, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 186 pages
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Loosen the family ties and finally find the love you deserve

Thought you left your parents' influence behind when you grew up and moved out? Think again. For better or worse, we choose mates that are just like Mom and Dad. And until you realize how much your parents influence your choice in partners, you'll make the same relationship mistakes over and over. "Oh No! He's Just Like My Father" will help you escape that parent trap and eliminate destructive patterns by teaching you how to:

  • Decode your relationship style
  • Define your dream relationship
  • Find out if you're sabotaging your current relationship
  • Weed out men who don't deserve a second glance
  • Decide whether you should stay or go

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Being a guy, I felt a little alienated reading this book, as it told me about how I "needed to be a savvy shopper in order to find the right guy" - there's some interesting psychological principles ... Read full review

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I did not read more then 40 pages... the point of view of the writer is either very bad explained or absurd. If I have a very high chemical attraction to someone means I've met my dad??? Actually is not only genes that make the character of a person so this is absurd!

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About the author (2007)

Clinical sexologist and relationship coach Sandra Reishus had counseled hundreds of couples on achieving happy, healthy partnerships. She is one of the top national relationship experts, as well as the author of the wildly popular "Oh No! I've Become My Mother." She has appeared on “Today” and has written for WebMD.com, Esquire, and the Wall Street Journal.

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