Relationship Blues

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AuthorHouse, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 128 pages
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Relationship--clearly the most thoroughly discussed term in our contemporary lexicon--morphs into a tangible presence from a composite of all the real and imagined behavior we have assigned it. This story allows us to look through the Relationship's eyes at both sides of the gender gulf, as it ploughs through the middle--experiencing the disappointment, heartbreak, and hilarity, of our relentless trek, while attempting to retain a core of its own self.

Feeling rejected at being bounced from one couple to another, the Relationship executes a colorful and thought provoking romp through the confusing ritual that currently drives our exhausted engines of comprehension.

This Relationship is spunky--cunning--clever--clinging--obsessive--endearing--painful--vulnerable--destructive, and available. Love it or leave it, but you will never hear, or encounter the term relationship again without thinking of this special one. And oh yes, it wants to come and live with you.

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About the author (2000)

Payne is a writer whose work has frequently appeared in the Chicago Sunday Tribune. An advertising copywriter with national accounts, she received the annual award from the Mail Advertising Club of Chicago.

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