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emilywilliams81 emilywilliams81 4 years
I think when taking love advice from a therapist or self-help book, you have to really listen but take it with a grain of salt. I say that for two reasons: 1. They really do know what they're talking about 2. Your situation is unique. For instance, I loved the book "Win His Heart" by AK Ivanova - http://www.winhisheartbook.com It's full of tips and stories, but not all of them apply to me. It was definitely helpful overall, though!
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