Princes and Toads
Quixote Press, Jan 1, 2000 - 191 pages
Dr. Tobler has drawn upon her professional knowledge of human behavior to analyze the process of hunting a man, and gives tips on how to keep the relationship interesting and satisfying once you have him. She has come up with reminders of what we already know at the gut level . . . as well as new insights. She also points out that in order to live "happily ever after," you need to examine your own life and your own beliefs. For example, you will find that it is necessary for you to love yourself before you can expect a man to love you.
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