Dating guide books men
Brown, a domestic violence counselor, lays it bare in this bestseller. This book hits the nail on the head for most single women.
Speaking about the feminine side of us that the society tries to keep muffled, Ali Binazir, takes a self-empowerment approach to relationships, that too in a clinical sense. Women are “too nice” is the main argument of this book. A scientifically-based dating guide, would you believe that? A scientist and academic, Fisher, talks of the four different kinds of love and what they are, how they love, who can partner well with them, and their commitment styles; it’s all in this brilliant handbook for you to read.
You need to understand men, to find yourself the ‘right’ one!
Steve Harvey wants to empower you through this book, and his counsel boils down to telling women how badly they need to understand little games that guys play. You must read this because Harvey breaks down the whole dating and relationship “game” into a simple contest by using several personal examples teamed with his perceptions on what women really want. How can one transform oneself into a man-magnet of sorts by making use of the “supernatural” power that comes with being a woman? This is her playbook but one you can use to win the game.
It is not that all men are sub-standard but that the gals have set some near impossible benchmarks for the poor fellas to reach!
This book talks of 25 classifications of loser that exist; from the one who abuses to the one who wanders.
There are also different sets of questions for you so that by the end of it all, you know easily who to pursue and who to let go of.
This is a clever book and must get a place in your coveted bookshelf for the renewed perspective it allows on dating, among other reasons.
Targeted advice for women who always fall for men who are utterly wrong for them.