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Why the Myth of Mr. Big Is So Dangerous to Women

And he’s just one noxious knight in a long line of them…

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I never liked Mr. Big.

I’ve always been an Aidan girl. I found him charming and unpretentious. Adorably insecure in all the right ways, not to mention loving and sensitive. And unlike Carrie, I would give my left arm to come home every day to that sweet smile and…

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I will write until I’m free.

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I just want to be a big, bad wolf. | Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gleDcD | Email: welcome@yaelwolfe.com

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