Prince Harming Syndrome: Break Bad Relationship Patterns for Good -- 5 Essentials for Finding True Love (and they're not what you think)
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Prince Harming Syndrome: Break Bad Relationship Patterns for Good -- 5 Essentials for Finding True Love (and they're not what you think)

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Book by Karen Salmansohn
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published September 15th 2009 by Qny
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Shellie (Layers of Thought)
Mar 08, 2010 Shellie (Layers of Thought) rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who want to know what not to write for a woman's relationship book
Recommended to Shellie (Layers of Thought) by: the publicist

I certainly hate to give poor ratings... actually 1.5 stars.

I tried more than several times to like this book but it just did not happen. I also rarely rate any book this low.

The book is tiny and has an adorable cover. A great concept. It has some decent key ideas. Its just that they are surrounded by information that is unclear and is organized poorly. It also has information which conflicts. I do not recommend this for women who need help in their relationships. I believe it will only confuse...more
Christine (booktumbling)
When I was asked if I would like to review Prince Harming Syndrome: Break Bad Relationship Patterns for Good – 5 Essentials for Finding True Love (and they’re not what you think!) by Karen Salmansohn I thought to myself, why not? I am not a self-help reader, listener, follower but I definitely have a history of starting relationships with those rough and tumble, sexy, sweet-talking, powerful guys only to find that they are just not long-term material, hence the singledom I am still in today. May...more
Are you a girl who dates the bad boy? The guy who is into sex, drugs and rock n' roll, (or rap if you prefer.) Do you always find yourself disappointed that the guys you choose don't seem to care about or respect you? Girl, you have The Prince Harming Syndrome and you need to check out this book right away.
The Prince Harming Syndrome is a no nonsense guide to getting out of the bad boy cycle and finding your Prince Charming. Although, I have already married my prince Charming, I still thought I...more
Love this book. I have no boyfriends and no dates since birth so I have no idea about whom I want to date. But after reading this book. It changed my life and I want to follow this guidelines and in the process of looking guys I want to date. I will definitely reread again for more tips. :)

Highly recommended for those who are looking for right soulmate. :)
The perfect book to read and reflect on after a break up with my Prince Charming turned Prince Harming. I am living a life I love and am confident knowing that my happily ever after starts with me.
Katie Bullock
Besides her over-use of of the exclamation point, I liked it. She had some good insight, for sure. I'm not crazy about self-help books, but this was a good, fast read.
We know all the wrong moves, yet we do it over and over again. Well, the author herself is in hot (frog) soup now with her latest relationship issue.
Absolutely love this book and author. She gave some very wise and insightful advice. Everyone should read this book..
Sep 10, 2009 Emily marked it as to-read
I enjoy her blog and the "updated" versions of ancient philosophy.

A nice book that certainly tells a lot about building a healthy relationship with the right person.
Good advice for single women wanting coaching on dating.
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“True love is not a wish list but a “wish feeling.” And the number one feeling—even before the feeling of love—is the feeling of safety. Without feeling safe, you will never feel true love. You must have trust in your partner’s character and prioritize finding a partner who is honest, communicative, and empathic—someone who values growing—so you can feel safe to vulnerably be your truest core self with him—and then together the two of you can support one another to grow into your best possible selves.” 17 likes
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