50 Tell Tale Signs Your Man Is Taking You for Granted

  • by Dr. Jane Smart
  • Narrated by Michelle Murillo
  • 1 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

50 Tell Tale Signs Your Man Is Taking You for Granted gives a deep insight into signs that are often shown by men when they start taking their partner lightly. It helps with understanding and interpreting the non-verbal cues men display as a mean of communicating their actions. Being aware of these signs will then better equip women to handle any situations that arise.
This book is targeted at enlightening any woman who is in need of knowing the unspoken words that are displayed by men when they have gotten their way with their partner and, as such, want a change of strategy that will enable them to get rid of her quietly and move on to the next target. You no longer have to fall victim to this. This book is designed to get you well informed. If you're able to spot any of these signs early on in your relationship, you stand a much better chance of doing something to resolve it before it's too late.


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- parvesh

50 TellTale

Relationships will always be inaccurate because human beings are imperfect. Ever sense like you’re being held for awarded in the relationship? Watch out for these signs granted in this book in your partner’s presence and you’ll appreciate for sure! This book encouraged me to notice something I have never regarded since.
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- Mthujan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-29-2016
  • Publisher: Michael Ezeanaka