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Kiss Me I'm Single: An Ode to the Solo Life

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Note: This is NOT a book for single women on how to find a man; it is a guide for women who want to find their truest selves and celebrate them. As the author of the daily meditation book for teenage girls, Be True to Yourself, Amanda Ford's message of fierce individuality and even stronger identity has grown up with her audience. In her new book Kiss Me, I'm Single, Ford ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Conari Press
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Holly
Aug 02, 2007 rated it really liked it
Favorite quotes:

It is stupid that we are so consumed by the external world that we are completely oblivious to the internal universe.

I am campaigning for quiet...press mute!

Learning to be comfortable with being alone and all the silence associated with it...allows you to be available to those around you.

True romantics would never opt out of feeling the pain of a broken heart,...The lower depths you descend, the higher peaks you climb.

Numb is a deadened way to live.

If we can not relax here where
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Megan
May 20, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: on-my-bookshelf
Amanda Ford did an excellent job in hitting the spots of what a single woman goes through such as fears of the unknown future, pressures from peers/society and more. To me, this book is not just about being single in a big world but also about loving the self and discovering different aspects that may be not be familiar within.

As I am going through the phase of personal growth as a woman and discovering the meaning of being single and what to embrace, I feel this book helped by giving me more to
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Gabyoanh
Oct 15, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This book is cute and hits all the rite spots of a girl's single life. Sometimes just knowing sbd is going thru the same things w us is motivated enuf :-)
Rebekah
Jan 17, 2009 rated it liked it
yes it was self help fluff, but sometimes...that fluff is exactly what you need.
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Amanda Ford is a young, vibrant writer with a talent for uncovering extraordinary meaning in everyday events. Amanda's work has been featured in publications such as Real Simple, Glamour, The Chicago Tribune, and The Seattle Times, and she is a regular contributor to the popular travel website Girl's Guide to City Life.
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