ムリめの彼・気のない彼・愛が冷めた彼 大好きな人が振り向いてくれる本(大和出版)

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あなたの恋がうまくいく魔法の言葉があります。それは……「私はあなたが好き。 私は一人でいても楽しくて幸せ」この言葉のすごい魔力、本書を読めばわかります。「彼とうまくいかない原因がわかった!」「自分と彼との関係が好転した」「プロポーズされました!」など、恋に悩む多くの女性たちを救ってきたカリスマセラピストが明かす、読むだけで“愛され体質”に変わる方法。本文では、「ターゲットは彼」でも「人気モノ」になる心の溶かし方、「聡明」でも「ちょっとヌケてる」空気のつくりかた、「緊張でドキドキ」でも「最高のあなた」を演出する会話、「したいことをやる」でも「彼に尽くされる方法」など、女性が本当に知りたかった内容が満載。この一冊を読めば、彼の「NO」が「YES」に変わる日も、もう近い! 【PHP研究所】
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PHP研究所
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Published on
Mar 29, 2009
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Pages
224
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Language
Japanese
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Genres
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Happiness
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