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Has any read Dr. Phil's - Love Smart?
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Posted on Sun, Jan 01, 2006 07:39

I am starting to read this and enjoy his candor?

Your thoughts...

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Posted on Tue, Feb 28, 2006 10:11

bobsthename write:
you don't have to read the book. just ask me your questions. I'm an expert by experience.

Oh Dr Bob, What did you do with all the socks??????

  


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Posted on Tue, Feb 28, 2006 09:53

I am reading it now and think it has some valid points. I don't think a book will have all the answers because life and people are not all the same.

Finding someone who values me and who I value as a person regardless of certain situations such as life style, past histories, or differences vs. commonalities... I am looking for someone who we can both see the treasures we have within.

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Posted on Fri, Jan 06, 2006 09:13

I like Dr. Phil...

Straight forward, normally to the point, but also very opinionated too.

I read one of his diet books. One of the best things I took from it was the philosophy of "late night snacking".

Basically, a diet buster is to get up and snack late a_t night.

Dr. Phil's solution: Just don't keep snack food in the house. If it isn't there, you won't eat it...



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Posted on Wed, Jan 04, 2006 17:23

I have it on CD and listen to it regularly. It is all the things you Dad told you about dating.



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Posted on Mon, Jan 02, 2006 09:49

you don't have to read the book. just ask me your questions. I'm an expert by experience.