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Whether you love her, hate her, or aren't entirely sure who she is, know that "Real Housewife" Bethenny Frankel isn't up at night worrying about it. Not everyone has to love me," she declared in 2013, and her interpersonal style on "Here’s my confession: I suck at relationships," she writes in the book.
"I find relationships to be just about the most impossible thing in the world and I’ve done so many things the wrong way that I’ve become, strangely, a sort of expert at what not to do."Frankel has come under fire for her heteronormative interpretation of gender relations, especially in the realm of money, which she covers at length in her new book.
(Maybe it goes without saying that Frankel's brand of wisdom is tailored to women who date men.) "I'm okay with the money gap, but men need to feel in control," she recently told PEOPLE.
Telling you the title—or worse, silently showing you the cover—is, technically, an answer to the question.
But it’s not a reply to the question you were really asking.