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Edna Pontellier, the protagonist, does not identify with the role as matriarch, and feels less and less attracted to her husband.
If they're not calling, they obviously don't want you. There are plenty of men out there willing to throw themselves at your feet. Harvey says that while women look to men to satisfy a number of personal needs, men require only three things in return: support, loyalty and sex. Fisher's conceit is that we naturally attract and repel others based upon our type. by Sherry Argov The provocative title alone has made this best-seller a standout, but the contents are just as audacious.
Oddly enough, though, Harvey advises ladies to wait three months before bedding a new flame. Therein, author Sherry Argov advises women to stop acting desperate, and to start acting as if they are prizes to be won.
all I know is that you ought to find the one you recognize.
There's only one of those, so what are all the other things for?
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