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You cook for him, clean for him, and sacrifice for him. There’s only one problem—in reality he’s your boyfriend, but in your mind, you’re already married.
When a woman falls in love, she will give it her all—even if she’s not getting anything in return, especially in the form of a ring! The moment of being fed up and realizing you are giving so much of yourself to someone who doesn’t give the same in return can be unmistakable and painful.
This is not a man-bashing book or a book for women uninterested in the truth. This is for women who look at their relationships with feelings of betrayal, pain, and emptiness and who want to make a change.
Don’t Be a Wife to a Boyfriend: 10 Lessons I Learned When I Was Single aims to help you on your journey to self-discovery and shows you that every relationship failure can offer a moment of truth and clarity. With humor, compassion, and the hard-earned knowledge of experience, Shonda tells you all the things your girlfriends are afraid to, and shares personal stories that will inspire you to live your best life no matter your relationship status.
Find the Good in Goodbye is the coach and cheerleader that will help empower and encourage you to keep moving forward, as well as initiate and continue your healing process. It includes thirty-one days of inspirational messages, affirmations, plus real-life tips for moving on. Each day is a motivational vitamin and reminder that you are enough and have the fortitude to make it through this season.
Just because a part of your life ended doesn’t mean the rest of your life has to end. There is good in goodbye, and Shonda wants to help you find it. Whether you’ve gone through a breakup, you’re currently struggling with moving on from a breakup, or you know someone who is, this is the book for you.
"All men are dogs. I'll never find a good man. Why am I still single?" So, regardless of the number of failed relationships, who/what was the common denominator in all of these failed relationships?
Reality Check takes an in-depth look at some of the reasons contributing to singleness.
Nothing is off limits when it comes to S. Marie sharing her personal stories with topics ranging from spirituality to sexual immorality, cheating, lies, loneliness, and even gold digging. Each Reality Checkpoint (chapter) provides insight as to why so many women find themselves still single:
You equate love with sex, but what's love got to do with lust?You think of him as a piece of clay you will be able to mold into what you want him to be.Looking for money, mansions, and mo money instead of a man.
It will keep it real, keep you interested, and keep you inspired. Reality Check: There's a Reason Why You're Single, and when reality sets in, you'll know the reason why.
Also, visit www.singlereasonwhy.com