~ From the book cover Review: I have to say; I found this book quite enjoyable.
What I would have given for a book like this earlier in my life! It rather reminded me of advice that, given our family models of the past, grandmothers would have passed on to their daughters and so forth.
“I’ve always had a rule that I wouldn’t date people who didn’t read.
There’s even an iconic John Waters quote about it, so I know I’m in good company.
Each woman who reads this book will probably identify with more than one of these great rules. There were many moments I found myself laughing out loud. Pick this one up and keep it on hand..know when to kick the losers to the curb.
Author Charlene Davis, MSW of Pay Attention to the Red Flags truly enjoyed this book.
And remember: Every relationship is different, so make sure to talk things over with your man before making any major relationship changes. If they were together for a long time or they got the dog together, he might not miss her—he might miss the dog.She's just a "friend with benefits" until she discovers her ticking biological clock.So you're dating a guy, let's call him Smeorge Shlooney, and everything is going great—except for one teeny, tiny, little hiccup: You're not always sure he's 100 percent over his ex.Jenna was inspired by Big Al to get back on the dating apps but she was immediately turned off by a suitor’s response.She took that as a red flag and realized that there are several others too.