Stop Being the String Along addressesequality in a relationship.
Book Review by Pam Gordon
Stop Being the String Along: A Relationship Guide to Being THE ONE
by Barbara Rose
This book stresses the fact that relationships can not be built on manipulation–your manipulation or your partner’s manipulation. It also teaches you how to improve yourself.
A relationship, in order to work for both parties, must also be a win-win relationship for both parties with both parties respecting the other’s needs. Often that is not the case, though, and the relationship is not successful for either party. But first, you must become your own best friend and learn to receive as well as give so other people can not use you as a pushover. Wayne Dyer calls it "punching your own lunch ticket."
The book gently teaches you how to improve your self, then work at the relationship without trying to "fix" or "save" someone else.
It also stresses the fact that relationships can not be built on manipulation–your manipulation or your partner’s manipulation.
I think this is a book for everyone, male or female, those in or out of a relationship, and even for mature teen-agers who are forming their first ideas of what love should be. However, with a few exceptions, this book is primarily written for women.