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    Love is a beautiful gift that many people search for a lifetime to experience. However, the hardship and disappointment in relationships and marriage lead them down roads that stymie their ability to attain love. The fame comedian Steve Harvey wrote the book ACT LIKE A LADY, THINK LIKE A MAN, and his book and movie did not prove why women should think like men. However, it revealed the obvious, that when women tried to think like men, they lost their individuality and wisdom, which invigorate their quality. This book is not a direct attack of the validity of the fame comedian; however, it is Raymond Sturgis continuation of the conversation, why should women think like a man?
        Moreover, women success in education, medicine and entrepreneurship is a valid indication that they achieve their success independent of what men think of them. Therefore, I submit to you, realistic analogies of why women should ACT LIKE LADY, and continue to make the world respect them for their intelligence and ability to transform this world. From faith, self-esteem, and intimacy, marriages and relationships can and will be empowered by the information in this book that evoke quality reasons why women would not be thought of inferior if they continue to think like themselves.

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                                                                          ABOUT THE AUTHOR

      Raymond Sturgis hit the literary world fast with his hit collection of books, OPRAH (Love, Power, and Passion), WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU BLACK PEOPLE?,WHEN A BLACK WOMAN PRAYS,LETTERS FROM CONCERNED AMERICANS, BLACK WOMEN CAN CHANGE DIRECTIONS BY CHANGING CONDITIONS and many more.



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