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Chrisanna Northrup

Are You Normal?

Chrisanna Northrup is author of the newly released groundbreaking study, 'THE NORMAL BAR' and the surprising window into what our neighbors' sexual and emotional lives are really like.



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Jeff Jacobson

Polyamory: More Than One Partner

Leading personal and professional coach, specializing in relationships, leadership and living a technicolor life. Jeff Jacobson shares his views and personal experience in relationship with both a woman and man as life partners, at the same time. An important conversation as we watch the marriage bubble burst at warp speed thanks to internet and viral media.



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Lisa Oz

Begin with You First

Lisa Oz is a best selling author, producer and host of The Lisa Oz Show on Oprah Radio. Lisa reflects on her own relationships with her husband, Dr. Mahmet Oz.



What Did I Do Wrong?: What to Do When You Don’t Know Why the Friendship Is Over

Like the best kind of girlfriend—one who really will stay friends forever—Pryor blends plain, old-fashioned, feminine good sense and good humor with genuine empathy for the thousands of women who live with the confusion and anxiety that linger after the sting of an ended friendship. What Did I Do Wrong? will validate your feelings and inspire you to be more forthright and compassionate with new and old friends. You will be moved and uplifted by the many stories of strong friendships, broken friendships, and renewed friendships that make this book a treasure of women’s wisdom and experiences.

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Liz Pryor

What Did I Do Wrong?

Liz Pryor is an author, speaker, parenting columnist and life advice expert. As ABC's Good Morning America's Life Advice Expert, Liz dispensed advice on topics of marriage, parenting, life after divorce, teenagers, and relationships. She is known for her familiar yet unique style, having recently been called a modern day 'Dear Abby meets a slice of Jon Stewart'.



There’s no denying that a woman’s relationship with her father is one of the most important in her life. And there’s also no getting around how the quality of that relationship—good, bad, or otherwise—profoundly affects daughters in a multitude of ways.
Our Fathers, Ourselves is essential reading for any woman who has ever wondered how she could forge a closer connection with and gain a deeper understanding of her father.

 

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Dr. Peggy Drexler

Our Fathers, Ourselves

In honor of Mother's Day, our guest, Dr. Peggy Drexler, featured on CNN this week discussing 'Walk Away Moms', is the author of 'Raising Boys Without Men' and 'Our Fathers, Ourselves', and a Huffington Post contributor. We have an insightful and candid conversation about the responsibility of raising children.



Have Him at Hello: Confessions from 1,000 Guys About What Makes Them Fall in Love . . . Or Never Call Back

Armed with her Harvard MBA, Rachel embarked on a fascinating ten-year research project to decipher this puzzle.  In Have Him at Hello,she applies her business savvy to the dating world by conducting in-depth “exit interviews” with 1,000 single men, asking why they called back one woman, but not another.
Rachel’s goal isn’t for you to pretend to be someone you’re not, but rather to keep the ball in your court. By using her innovative research and tips as a guide, more men will ask to see you again ; then you can do the selecting, rather than wondering if they’ll call.   Because information is power, this book will make your first hello a lasting one.

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Rachel Greenwald

Have Him At Hello

Confessions from guys about what makes them fall in love...or never call back. NY Time bestselling author, dating coach and matchmaker talks about mistakes women make. Rachel applies her Harvard MBA techniques for an innovative approach to finding the your best mate. A very refreshing recipe for success.



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Tristan Taormino

Feminist Pornography

Owner of Smart Ass Productions, author, feminist pornographer on a mission to educate people and demystify porn makes films that are pleasure positive, consensual, ethical (and super hot!) to empower and transform relationships, for both women, and men.



Baby Bumps: The Almost, Barely, Not-Quite-True Story of Pregnancy, Bed Rest and One Batshit Crazy Family

From the author of the award-winning blog Snarky Mommy comes a book that will make every woman who has ever been pregnant pee with laughter (not that that’s hard). Wearing her highest heels and hottest pregnancy jeans, Amy Sprenger marched into her doctor’s office, latte in hand, ready to finally see whether her baby was a boy or a girl. So when the doctor tells her she has an incompetent cervix, Amy does what any woman would do. She becomes immediately offended. Is that a politically correct way of saying her cervix sucks? Unfortunately, as she’s soon to learn, it’s a lot more than that. The only way to keep that baby from falling out on the sidewalk (probably in front of Starbucks) is for her doctor to stitch her cervix closed and for Amy to stay in bed for the next four months.

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Amy Sprenger

Baby Bumps