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About the Author
Michelle Cove is the co-author of the national bestselling self-help book I'm Not Mad, I Just Hate You!: A New Understanding of Mother-Daughter Conflict. The book was featured on several national talk shows including The Oprah Winfrey Show and the Today Show. Cove was also a founding editor of Girls’ Life Magazine. She lives with her husband and daughter in Boston, Massachusetts.
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I was a little discouraged in the beginning because I started thinking it was a self help book to offer advice on how to get a man. Towards the end, I got the validation I needed that there are other women out there like me (we don't hate men, we're not necessarily against marriage, we just don't long for it)
Overall, I'd recommend this book to others but if the 3 question quiz doesn't apply to you at the beginning of each chapter, then you don't have to bother reading those chapters.
Two: I love to complete the journal task the chapters offer to gain insight on who I've dated, why, and more...What's great is the book reminds you not to be delusional with your self, it won't get you anywhere.
I think it should be a mandatory read for all 20 years old and up. Then you have to read it each year after that as a reminder on how to be healthy to yourself. Can I go back in time please! This book would have been so helpful.