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  • Separation (Psychology) -- Humor.
     
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  • Interpersonal relations -- Humor.
     
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    Dump 'em : how to break up with anyone from your best friend to your hairdresser / Jodyne L. Speyer ; with illustrations by Julie Bossinger.
    by Speyer, Jodyne.
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  • Separation (Psychology) -- Humor.
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  • Interpersonal relations -- Humor.
  • Publisher Info: 
    New York, NY : Collins Living, c2009.
    Edition: 
    1st ed.
    Description: 
    x, 284 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
    ISBN: 
    9780061646621 (pbk.)
    0061646628 (pbk.)
    Contents: 
    Unsupportive support. Hairdresser: hair today, gone tomorrow -- Manicurist/waxer: ripping her right out of your life -- Trainer: big pain, no gain -- Therapist: we need to talk. Sticky people, sticky situations. Neighbor: when you don't love thy neighbor -- Houseguest: mi casa is not su casa -- Your kid's friend's parents: not meeting the parents -- Landlord: putting the "slum" in "slumlord" -- Friend: best friends for never. Taking care of business. Assistant: that will be all -- Co-worker: mind you own Ps and cubicles -- Boss: stop being so bossy -- Carpooler: the occupancy of this vehicle is high enough. Home improvements. Your family: family unfair -- Nanny-babysitter: the final time out -- Housekeeper: cleaning house -- Roommate: no room for you! Doctors, lawyers, Indian chiefs. Contractor: putting out a contract on your contractor -- Accountant: take your money and run -- Lawyer: holding her in contempt -- Doctor: it's time for a second opinion -- Mechanic: putting the brakes on your mechanic.
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    A reference for ending dysfunctional relationships shares recommendations for handling both personal and professional challenges, discussing everything from recognizing warning signs and managing confrontation to avoiding regrets and protecting one's interests.
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