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02.13 Are you NaughtABimbeaux?


Are you alone on Friday and Saturday nights except for a pint of Ben & Jerry’s and a broken heart? No single woman wants to be “that girl,” yet, many end up there after following the advice of countless relationship books that tell women that to have the perfect man, they must become the perfect woman.

In her debut book, On Becoming NaughtABimbeaux: The Smart Woman’s Guide to Finding Her Prince Without Ever Kissing Another Frog, mental health professional, educator and once certifiable bimbo, Morgan Rose, clarifies why the reader chooses men incapable of a conscious relationship, how she can shift her self-sabotaging pattern and how she can recognize and attract a man capable of what true love requires. On Becoming NaughtABimbeaux weaves together relationship research, therapeutic guidance, women’s true stories, germane quotes and humor.

“Today’s woman, no matter how successful, how independent and confident, and no matter how many times she has trusted her precious biological clock to another ticking time bomb, or just another attractive cuckoo, is primed for a quantum leap from preschool to Ph.D. in learning the truth about love,” said Rose. “Why? Because deep in her heart of hearts, she believes the Cinderella story is possible.”

On Becoming NaughtABimbeaux targets a woman’s intellect, intuition, imagination, emotions and hopes to ensure insight as the reader learns the answers to: Why do I so often love the men who can’t? What makes some men lay, lie, then leave? Why does settling feel like I’ve sold out my soul? Why does my daddy and his mommy matter? And what’s science got to do with it?

A portion of the sales from the book will be donated to The America’s Angel Campaign, a national initiative to establish the well-being of America’s children as the nation’s highest priority. For more information, visit




  1. I wish I’d read this two husbands ago! I could identify with several of the case studies which helped me to understand the principles Rose presented. It makes sense. I think I need to read it again and more compliantly follow the journaling directions. By the time I got to the end of the book (without journaling) I realized how important this aspect of the book was. I’m worth the time.

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