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Connell Cowan


Books by Connell Cowan
Smart Women/Foolish Choices: Finding the Right Men Avoiding the Wrong Ones by Connell CowanSmart Women/Foolish Choices: Finding the Right Men Avoiding the Wrong Ones by Connell Cowan
Why is that so many women have everything going for them-except satisfying personal relationships? In this breakthrough book-two clinical psychologists reveal the surprising answers.Writing from a much-needed Read More...
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