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Donna Barnes is a life and relationship coach certified by New York University. She was an on-air expert for three seasons of ABC News' "What Would You Do?" and has appeared on numerous other television programs including "Good Morning America" and "CBS this Morning." Barnes has written advice columns for magazines and websites and has interviewed some of the country's top sex and relationship experts. Giving Up Junk-Food Relationships is the first book in her Relationship Recipes series.


If you’ve been online looking for love, you’ve probably heard of the term Catfish. Maybe you’ve even seen the MTV show.If you’re like me, you’ve thought people were crazy when you heard stories about themfalling in loveand even mortgaging their house or putting themselves into debt to give money away all for a man or woman they have never met.They say until you walk a mile in someone else’s sho... Read more of this blog post »
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"Maurizio (matemati) wrote: "It might be interesting but turned out a mess: some questions were for girls, some for guys and only a few for both. Most...more "
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" I picked up this book after a bad break up that had me wondering what was going to be the next step taken in my life. There were a lot of things going through my head; mostly I asked myself what did I do to make this happen?

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" I was embarrassed at first when my sister gave me this to read because I didn't feel I needed a relationship book. Sadly I was mistaken... I did need it. My confidence as a business owner didn't fall over into my love life and frankly I didn't und... " Read more of this review »
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This debut self-help book asks readers to think twice about what they eat—and how they fall in love.

The market for self-help books about love and sex is seemingly insatiable. So, too, is the market for health and diet books. Life and rel...more
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Bad relationships are pretty much the same as junk food. The difference between consuming actual junk food and indulging in emotional junk-food is that with food, at least you usually know what you're consuming isn't really good for you. With relatio...more
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