Having an Affair?: A Handbook for the Other Woman

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Red Brick Press, 2007 - Self-Help - 162 pages
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Why do men cheat? Why do wives ignore the warning signs? Why do mistresses believe the lies?

In this powerful and evocative presentation, author Sarah Symonds, herself victim to the clever web of deceipt woven by a married man, unleases exceptional insight into a topic that is most often kept behind closed doors.

Wives suffer silently and stoically, mistresses are lured into a holding pattern without promise, and men gamble their entire careers and personal lives on exciting trysts that are bound to be uncovered.

Not a guide to having an affair, but rather a warning to women everywhere about the telltale signs and emotional bondage that cripples their lives.

Ms. Symonds is dedicated to supporting women trapped in these destructive relationships, shedding light on this dark place, and opening a doorway to a new life, free from damage and open to true love.

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Having An Affair

User Review  - astrid1052 - Overstock.com

Not my favorite book. This book was choppy and it was really hard to focus on the content. There were a lot of distracting headings and coheadings and notes within notes.The information was common knowledge for me. I didnt really learn much from this book. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Sarah J. Symonds is technically single and lives between London and Los Angeles. She offers private coaching for women in despair through her “Mistresses Anonymous” support group. Contact her through www.havinganaffairthebook.com.

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