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Paul:  “A beautiful woman has to know she’s beautiful, be grateful for it, and feel gratified with it in order to be truly beautiful.  I know a number of women with beautiful hair, skin, eyes, and body.  But their heads are on so crooked that their beauty disappears in a matter of minutes.”

Breonna: “I used to suffer from loneliness until I got a boyfriend.  Now I suffer from anxiety and insecurity, as I worry daily about who he’s with and what he’s doing.  I don’t know which one is worse.  I don’t trust him, but I don’t want to be without him.”

Jill:  “A major rule in relationships that I think most folks don’t understand is when you break up with someone, you can never say in the same breath or conversation, ‘Hopefully, we can be friends.’  It’s like saying, I never really had any real feelings for you, and now that I’ve discovered that, I don’t want you to be mad. I want you to be my friend instead.”

Kimberly: “When I meet a man with possible romantic potential, I make a quick assessment to see if he’s worth investing any mind time in.  One of the things I look at is his car.  A man’s car tells you a lot about him.  If a guy drives a Benz, he’s into being impressive and is usually very traditional.  If he drives a Lexus, he’s usually vogue and stylish.  If he drives a Porsche, he’s rich and self-indulgent.  However, regardless of what kind of car he drives, if it’s over six years old, I take a pass.”

Santaya: “Give me a Southern man any day.  They are raised up from little boys to honor and respect women.  Even the worst scoundrels do you in a gentlemanly fashion.”

Marcia: “I believe women tell men too much in relationships, especially about past relationships.  When I meet a new guy, I create the aura of pure sexual virtue, though I’ve been married twice.  As far as I’m concerned, the past is irrelevant to any future encounters.”

Fenique: “Since I stopped sleeping with every ‘romance encounter’ my phone rings far more than it ever did when I was sexually active.  Now I know what it feels like to be a challenge.”

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