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The authors of the best selling Girlfriends share their secrets for great relationships with boyfriends. They explore what they honestly think about men, the agony and ecstasy of dating, falling in and out of love, what long-term relationships really offer us, and how to travel blissfully along the road of male-female relationships. From recognizing the right man to deciding when to get serious, surviving infidelity, and dividing household chores, you'll get some insights to the perpetual question: What makes a great relationship?
Recording (P)1997 by Audio Literature; Copyright ©1997 by Carmen Renee Berry and Tamara Traeder

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Fluffy

I was hoping this to be more insightful. But it rambles from 20-60's years old women with just light coverage.
Ok, I am a man hoping to learn insight into womens views, but I didn't get it here. All subjects she talked to were married in their 20's and that doesn't help much. Others only light points. I felt it talked about women in the 1960's. Very New York / Jersey accents.

I suggest you check out 'Women are Crazy Men are Stupid' it is much more indepth, fun to listen to and realistic about Womens/Mens Interactions.

And uggh, the 'music' in between each point, Ella Fitzgerald crooning.. I could have done with out that.