The Blowfish and Other Men of the Sea

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Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency (SBPRA), Jul 1, 2008 - Social Science - 264 pages
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Single and in her 40s, Tricia Dodson has experienced many of the frustrations of dating. Having an opportunity to discuss dating on a national TV talk show she discussed men she has categorized as "Blowfish." These are puffed up, arrogant, egotistical, and condescending men who have no concern for the women they use for sex and are oblivious to the carnage they leave behind. This led to a revelation that all men could be classified as a fish-type. Fishing and dating are very similar, both require patience, skill, the right bait, and the perfect location. This is not a man-bashing book! It is a tongue-in-cheek look at dating for women. It is fact, with a dash of fiction. It is about coping with the ever-changing dating life. Any woman who has ever been frustrated while searching for her Mr. Right will appreciate this book. On a very serious note, the book is about women learning to love and respect themselves. Sex is not always love. Women need to learn that they have the power to throw back that unwanted fish and hold out for their Marlin, he's one of the good guys!

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