Hey Mr. Gaston, as a man that likes horror I was curious have you read Charles Chestnutts The Conjure Woman? If you have not its on Manybooks for free. If you have do you consider the work horror? Do you consider yourself a writer in this particular genre?
My name is Liz Lampkin and I am in the process of writing another self-help book for women regarding relationships, and I am conducting a small case study. I wanted to know if you could answer the following questions. All answers and information will be strictly confidential. The questions are regarding men and commitment:
1.) Why do you think men don't commit to relationships?
2.) Do you think men fear commitment? Why or why not?
3.) Do you think all men desire is sex?
4.) Please list 3-5 reasons why you believe men don't commit to relationships.
I thank you in advance for your assistance, and I look forward to reading your answers.
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