The Boyfriend Test: How to Evaluate His Potential Before You Lose Your Heart

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Three Rivers Press, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 259 pages
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LISTEN UP, LADIES!!! Tired of fretting over the latest in a long line of lotharios who decided that he wasn't ready for a serious relationship -- about 24 hours after you introduced him to your parents? Sick of not answering your phone to avoid that dream guy you met at a party who turned into a dud after three dates? Wonder when you'll stop calling your best friend at 2 a.m. sobbing over that Mr. Wrong you thought was so right? Well, here's the perfect cure for your many broken hearts -- an ounce of prevention in The Boyfriend Test.

Instead of hoping that your man or your relationship will live up to your dreams, Wendy L. Walsh, a dating doyenne who has kissed her fair share of frogs, urges you to take a long hard look at yourself, your boyfriend candidates, and couplehood--and put you, him, and "we" to the test. The Boyfriend Test is divided into three thought-provoking sections:

* The Girlfriend Test--what's motivating you to get involved anyway?
* The Boyfriend Test--evaluating everything from his first-date behavior (is he too good to be true?) to his consistency over five dates (ah, the truth emerges).
* The Couple's Report Card--full of quick tips on maintaining a healthy
relationship.

Funny and wise, The Boyfriend Test is a must-read for any woman on the brink of starting a new romance, or on the brink of insanity from her current one!

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Contents

Section 1
17
Section 2
19
Section 3
27

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About the author (2001)

WENDY L. WALSH is an Emmy award-winning former news anchor and media personality whose résumé includes stints on Extra!, the Weekend Today show, and Fox Sports. After interviewing hundreds of candidates, she now enjoys life with her boyfriend, an architect, and their young daughter in Venice Beach, California.

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