All Men Are Liars: An Incomplete Guide to Relationship Trauma

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This is the very first work which explores the interesting dynamic of why men deceive in relationships of all kinds: personal, professional, political, sports and academic. It is a groundbreaking work that is both instructive and humorous. Though written for both male and female audiences, it will resonate most strongly with women, more often than not the victims of male duplicity. Material is presented through association with popular television, motion picture and current event comparisons. Ever wonder if a man...
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Overview

This is the very first work which explores the interesting dynamic of why men deceive in relationships of all kinds: personal, professional, political, sports and academic. It is a groundbreaking work that is both instructive and humorous. Though written for both male and female audiences, it will resonate most strongly with women, more often than not the victims of male duplicity. Material is presented through association with popular television, motion picture and current event comparisons. Ever wonder if a man can go 9-to-5 without lying? Well, we wondered too, and we offer a wealth of information to help you decide the answer. From exploring lies in romantic relationships to lies in sports, advertising, entertainment, and much more, All Men Are Liars: An Incomplete Guide to Relationship Trauma provides a close look at the colorful variety of falsehoods we encounter daily in our personal and professional lives. We discover that most men are built to lie, while most women are built to admonish them. Yet studies have consistently shown that most lies serve a meaningful purpose, so the chance for forgiveness remains at hand. As we present the pieces and you put the puzzle together, will the truth triumph in the end? Find out why only half of what you think you know is really the truth.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781932022155
  • Publisher: Write Stuff Enterprises, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/28/2005
  • Edition description: WRITE STUFF SYNDICATE, INC.
  • Pages: 166
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2006

    incomplete for sure

    Author gave no substnace. A good book to put you to sleep. He justifies and admits he is a liar. What woman would ever want to be with a man who rationalizes poor jugdement and behavior. What does this teach our sons? Our daughters..their father and brothers are liars and cheaters and it's OK? What was this man thinking writing such a rediculious book.

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