Most knowledge, especially concerning relationships, comes from trial and error and the failures, although instructive, can be devastatingly painful. So why not learn from others' mistakes and advice? This audiobook is a compendium of knowledge, full of smart women who’ve made mistakes in life, love, and relationships and become more powerful for it. Performed by Rosemary Benson in a tone that feels like a confiding and reassuring friend, someone who’s been there and wants to empower others, this is an easy listen but chockfull of pearls of wisdom that smart women will relate to and learn from.
Get smart about men and relationships with the help of this straightforward guide. Learn how to read that vitally important first date, how to tell the good guys from the bad, how to handle a breakup and after, and the 11 commandments for a smart woman.
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Audiobook lover but very choosy about narration.
I really enjoyed this audiobook. It clear, concise and went right to the matter - elimated the endless psycho-babble common in these types of books.
She is a wonderful narrator with great voice inflections based on book content.
This book gives great advices, in a funny way. Don t take this book too seriously or else you ll be single for the rest of your life: the perfect man doesn t exist!
yes you will see yourself, your friend, your mother, your daughter, your sister in this book somewhere. Luckily, as smart women, we can do a preemptive strike. And this book is the manifesto.
What I love about this book is that it does not encourage games to land a guy. Its an honest book that basically says "look if it isn't going right and you are constantly over worrying about your relationship do yourself and him a favor, value yourself and move on." I highly recommend this book
Yes I listened to it in a day
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