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All Men Are Liars
Jeffrey L. Rodengen

An Incomplete Guide To Relationship Trauma

All _ Are Liars
Write Stuff Enterprises
October 2005
166 pages
ISBN: 1932022155
Hardcover
$24.95
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Ever wonder if a man can go 9-to-5 without lying? Well, we wondered too, and we offer a wealth of information to help you decide the answer. From exploring lies in romantic relationships to lies in sports, advertising, entertainment, and much more, All Men Are Liars: An Incomplete Guide to Relationship Trauma provides a close look at the colorful variety of falsehoods we encounter daily in our personal and professional lives. We discover that most men are built to lie, while most women are built to admonish them. Yet studies have consistently shown that most lies serve a meaningful purpose, so the chance for forgiveness remains at hand. As we present the pieces and you put the puzzle together, will the truth triumph in the end? Find out why only half of what you think you know is really the truth.

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Good Morning America - December 1, 2005

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