Men Like Women Who Like Themselves by Steven Carter

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The authors of Men Who Can't Love  present the much-awaited sequel to their national  bestseller, What Smart Women  Know.

As frequent guests on Oprah,  Donahue, and many other national shows, and as the  authors of several bestselling relationship guides,  Steven Carter and Julia Sokol are considered two of  the country's foremost relationship experts. Their  bestseller What Smart Women Know, with over  100,000 copies in print, is the relationship manual of  choice for women across the country. In it, Carter  and Sokol impart volumes of wisdom about men and  how to attain a relationship--gained from the  experiences of women who learned the hard  way.

Now, in Men Like Women Who Like  Themselves, they continue where they left  off, with brilliant insights on how to make a  relationship work, and keep working once you've found  someone. This vital, reassuring guide presents the  secrets, tips, and practical advice of women who  are smart enough to get what they need and want out  of their relationships with men.
 

About Steven Carter

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Carter has devoted himself to dealing with the problems and rewards of relationships for the past twenty years.
 
Published June 1, 1996 by Delacorte Press. 259 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Self-help authors Carter and Sokol (What Smart Women Know) provide a handbook for the average woman, revealing secrets the ""Smartest Women"" know about meeting, dating and, if they can absorb enough Smart-isms, mating.

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