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Men Who Can't Love: How To Recognize A Commitmentphobic Man Before He Breaks Your Heart

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This is the classic relationship book that started them all, now available in paperback. It informs women of the warning signs of commitmentphobia, and explains how to avoid heartbreak.
PEUR D'AIMER -LA - NE
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|February 1, 2007

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Dans le monde de l'amour et de l'intimité, nous sommes souvent nos pires ennemis. Nous sabotons nos relations, nous gâchons toutes nos chances, nous accrochant à des partenaires qui ne nous conviennent pas en laissant échapper de véritables occasions de…
He's Scared, She's Scared: Understanding The Hidden Fears That Sabotage Your Relationships

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Available for the first time in paperback, this  follow-up to the phenomenally successful   Men Who Can't Love tackles the issue of  commitmentphobia, that persistent obstacle to truly  satisfying contemporary…
What Smart Women Know: 10 Year Anniversary Edition of The National Bestseller

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What Smart Women Know is a straightforward and honest guide from women who have learned the hard way how to be smart about men.
Men Like Women Who Like Themselves: (and Other Secrets That The Smartest Women Know)

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Even the smartest women play dumb when it comes to relationships. They make the same mistakes over and over again; they fall for the same kind of guys; and they cry to the same friends when, inevitably, the relationship goes sour. Bestselling authors Steven…
The Butterfly Dialogues: Postmodern Fables for Kids and Grown-ups
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|September 29, 2011

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This is the third volume in a trilogy of fables (and parables) by Steven Carter. Carter's butterflies are naive, worldly, sarcastic, philosophical, and very funny-in short, perfectly human!
The Upside-Down Buddha: Parables & Fables
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|December 16, 2010

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In The Upside-Down Buddha: Parables & Fables, Steven Carter continues to breathe new life into two of the world's oldest art forms. By turns hilarious, poignant, and profound, the entries in The Upside-Down Buddha are certain to instruct and entertain a diverse…
Help! I'm in Love with a Narcissist
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|January 21, 2005

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Written with the compassionate language that people have come to rely upon and expect from these proven relationship experts, this book goes beyond an explanation of the condition to help men and women avoid the self-destructive permanence of remaining with…
Devotions To The Text
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|February 28, 2004

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In an era when many scholars and critics can't seem to see the forest of literature for the trees of theory, objective readings of texts are few and far between. In Devotions to the Text, Steven Carter seeks to counter this trend by demonstrating that Samuel…
Ces hommes qui ont peur d'aimer
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|September 15, 2003

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This Is How Love Works: 9 Essential Secrets You Need To Know

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Perhaps love itself will always be a mystery. Why a relationship works or doesn't work, however, is not a total mystery. It is only a challenge that you can easily meet if you have the tools, starting with awareness as the key.
A Do-It-Yourself Dystopia: The Americanization of Big Brother
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|April 9, 2002

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The essence of life in an oligarchy like George Orwell presents in '1984' is that freedom of choice is virtually non-existent. But what happens when so many trivial and meaningless choices inundate a culture such as our own and freedom itself becomes devalued?…
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