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Just Love Me Back - A Revolutionary Formula for Catching and Keeping Him - cover

Just Love Me Back - A Revolutionary Formula for Catching and Keeping Him

Lauren Miller

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Just Love Me Back reveals how women’s thoughts can impact the way they experience both relationships and life overall. 
 Many women’s relationships seem to nose-dive every time they think it's about to go to the next level. Maybe it’s because they keep hoping he'll be all in this time. Then, once again, he's pulling away from any sort of commitment. They're constantly trying to balance getting close to him while simultaneously keeping a wall up to prepare themselves for what inevitably happens: when they want more, he wants less. 
 Just Love Me Back is for women who find themselves in under-committed or un-committed relationships where they are left feeling unworthy, unwanted, and unloved. In Just Love Me Back, Lauren Miller, a life transformation scientist, offers women a revolutionary formula to getting the best relationship of their life. In this guide, readers learn what they may be doing wrong, why this is a pattern in their life, and how they can fix this problem so that they can have the relationship they’ve always wanted.

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