Lauren Leto

Things Every Woman Should Know How To Do Part II

Posted in book porn by Lauren Leto on January 21, 2010

6. Know how to not call yourself “fat”. I can’t wait for the day when a group of women can talk about summer or going on vacation without someone squealing, “I need to lose weight!”. This is one of those, “because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind” kind of situations.

7. Take a compliment. If someone says you’re pretty, smart or funny, they probably mean it. Say “thank you” instead of making a self-deprecating remark or denying it, (most) people don’t get complimented enough.

8. Stop wondering why you broke up with him/her without saying the words “just not that into”. Life is not an episode of Sex and the City.

9. For the younger girls (and the older ones who haven’t learned yet), ditch friends who make you feel bad. Life’s too short.

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  1. L.L. said, on January 21, 2010 at 5:16 pm

    Sex and the City has made idiots out of an entire generation of women.

  2. Alianna said, on January 27, 2010 at 12:34 pm

    Thank you for posting #9. There are not enough women (or younger women) that realize that toxic friendships will just bring them down. Sure, you get to add that extra phone number or facebook friend to your book, but what’s the cost? Self-esteem isn’t realized through others; it’s realized through loving yourself.

  3. #9 « What fresh hell is this? said, on February 11, 2010 at 5:33 am

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