The Bad Girl's Guide to Getting Personal

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Chronicle Books, Oct 7, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 176 pages
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We're talking relationships, Bad Girl style. Get real, get close, get Bad with anyone, anytime -- friends, family, lovers, of course, but don't forget your hairdresser, bartender, landlord, dry cleaner, taxi driver, boss, dog, and telemarketer. In her fourth hot how-to for the willfully naughty, reigning Bad Girl Cameron Tuttle dishes out more irreverent, inspiring attitude. Discover when to prune your family tree, when to flirt, and when it's time to start or end a relationship. Special sections such as Can This Relation-ship Be Saved?, Notes to Self, and Personal Power Steering offer hundreds of smart tips and clever tricks with a healthy dose of Bad Girl wisdom. Witty, warm, and packed with sassy charm, this is why being Bad is so darn good.
 

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Contents

Bad Girl Personals
9
SEEKING ME LOVE
11
Bad Girl Filter
20
Bad Girl Personals
25
Improving Your Booty Image
26
SEEKING GROUP LOVE
35
The Bad Girl Variety Show
41
Bad Friend Management
54
The Date Decoder
100
Can This Relationship Be Saved?
108
Balancing Your Personal Emotional
114
Keeping the Love Alive
120
SEEKING TOUGH LOVE
126
DisFUNctional Family Therapy
132
Managing Your Parents
138
Building a Badder Relationship with Dad
146

The Bad Girl Barter System
60
The Baddy System
66
Homeland Security
82
SEEKING BIG LOVE
87
The Bad Girls Vibe Guide
93
SEEKING CASUAL LOVE
155
Wait Watchers
162
Instant Intimate Alias Finder
178
Boundaries for Brains
184
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About the author (2004)

Cameron Tuttle is the Chief Bad Girl (CBG) of Bad Girl Swirl, Inc., and the originator of the bestselling Bad Girl's Guide books, calendars, journals, cards, photo albums, and more. She is bad everywhere, but mostly in San Francisco.

Susannah Bettag is the illustrator of the Bad Girl's guides. Her work has appeared in Mademoiselle, Seventeen, and other magazines. She lives in San Francisco.

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