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How to Flirt

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"Dr. Flirt" prescribes the perfect medicine for mastering the art of flirting. He includes tips on getting started, how to deem when flirting is appropriate, how to read signals, plus his time-honored "Six Rules of Flirting."
Paperback, 89 pages
Published October 15th 1992 by PSS Adult
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Douglas Larson
Apr 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
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One of the best books on flirting I have ever read. Westerman gives a reality based look at what flirting is and what it isn't.

While most people enjoy flirting, some consider it inappropriate in certain contexts, e.g. with married people. But Westerman explains that the behavior which most people call flirting and which some people disklike due to its context, is actually not flirting at all but what he calls hunting. Hunting assumes a desired, specific outcome and expectation. It can often inv
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Scubasubiker
Dec 12, 2012 rated it did not like it
Lame and so HS! 1 star. Apparently I already have mastered this skill. Why did I think I needed this book???
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