Book of the week: ‘Why Did I Like You Anyway?’ by Terrie Lynn

‘Why Did I Like You Anyway?’ by Terrie Lynn. Courtesy photo, used with permission.

Terrie Lynn is the author of self help books including “On The Verge of Sex” and “Why Did I Like You Anyway?” She was born and raised in Akron, Ohio and lived there until she went on vacation to Atlanta, GA and stayed for 20 years. She is a graduate from Georgia State University with a major in Communications and a minor in Theater. Her  passion for writing is not to preach or judge, but to aid in one reflecting on their own behavior. In  “Why Did I Like You Anyway?” she offers women relationship advice; not about how to get or keep a man, but rather why women do what they do and like who they like. It is available on Amazon. (Terrie Lynn, 2023)

“Why Did I Like You Anyway?” – It is not a book about male bashing, but about what women like. How a woman feels about herself can explain plenty about her decision making. Too often, people do not know themselves as well as they think they do. They repeat their relationship behavior because of this lack of understanding. In many situations, the focus is on what the other person has done rather than looking inward at what they themselves are doing. Once a person realizes that they can only change themselves, they are empowered to make real changes in their lives and their relationships. The author hopes this book will help readers learn more about themselves and their role in dating and relationships.

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Author Terrie Lynn. Photo: Terrie Lynn

2 thoughts on “Book of the week: ‘Why Did I Like You Anyway?’ by Terrie Lynn

  1. This book was so awesome. It made me take a really good look at my past and the stupid things I wasted so much time on. The book was a eye opener. Thank you Terrie


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