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- Print Length: 106 pages
- Publication Date: May 20, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XZYSRT4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,872 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Never Chase Men Again: 38 Dating Secrets to Get the Guy, Keep Him Interested, and Prevent Dead-End Relationships Kindle Edition
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I am a 50 year old, educated, successful woman that has been through Hell with men a majority of my life beginning in childhood having been sexually molested by 6 different men. My "adulthood" started with 2 physically and mentally abusive and manipulative relationships and the 3rd I drove away with my harsh and demeaning mentality I had towards men. At the age of 39, I swore off men due to my belief that although I am a very good judge of character with the people I do not have romantic feelings for, I obviously was a total failure at romantic relationships. For 11 years I was very happy, content, and totally single.
Then I met a man (Or I thought was a man) that broke down the impenetrable walls that several before him had tried to destroy, but failed miserably! Then due to my insecurities and total shame for what I had already gone through with men I was played and abandoned. This left me more broken than I had been in my life! All of my defenses were crushed and I was left "naked and unarmed", and suffered a total mental breakdown.
This book has helped me tremendously in knowing that I am not the only one that has gone through this. AND it made me realize that although there could be men out there that are worthy and will not intentionally set out to harm the broken, insecure, and vulnerable women such as myself! BUT it is up to ME to make sure I receive it without guilt or shame in feeling that I deserve a Good, Honest, Loving Man!!
Thank you Mr. Bryans!!
I just broke up with a boyfriend that was all that...handsome, tall, smart, successful, but he was not reciprocating all that I was giving (more than him) so thanks to the advice of this book, I pulled the plug. As Painful as it is, is also empowering because I and only myself decide the kind of relationship I want and I know I deserve unconditional love. Not making excuses because he is handsome and smart and phDoctor all that. He is not treating me right, his mediocre, half butt efforts are not enough...he got kicked to the curb. It hurts but it would hurt more staying with someone undeserving.
Thanks to the author for opening my eyes.
How could I have possibly known any better from a childhood of the sort I had? As a child, watching my step father take off his wedding ring before taking me inside a diner where - I learned much later in life - he and one of the very pretty waitresses had a ‘thing’.
Couple that with my mom’s EXTREME co-dependent nature toward men. I clearly see now that led me toward constant picking of men who took advantage and tossed me into the “friends with benefits” category almost immediately. Ugh, ugh and ugh. But I let them.
I was even married to a man who treated me like that!
Now that I-have a guide shining a light on my mistakes and being given practical advice for what I can do to enforce my personal boundaries, I can move forward In a mo’ betta sort of manner.
Girls, I highly recommend this tough love book now. Especially if you know you deserve a loving relationship with a high quality man. After years and years of building up my self esteem and healing my past, this is the one huge piece of the puzzle that’s been missing.
Well, not anymore.
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Sure, it will attract men - initially - but some may simply excuse themselves as soon as they realise you're moving pawns on the board, rather than being actually interested in him ("him", ladies, doesn't equal "relationship", "marriage", or other goals you want to achieve).
As someone who studies human dynamics and psychology behind human relationships for a long time, I find this kind of books very harmful - not because they won't get you a guy, but because they give you pointers without actually painting any background - so when you're in the situation that requires out-of-the-box thinking, you'll most likely shoot yourself in the knee, because "if he is interested, he'll call you first". Guess what? Depending on how he was raised and what kind of cultural background he has, he may not contact you at all, assuming you will contact him! If you won't learn how to communicate your needs, he won't have a clue. Human beings are not movie characters, who fit into specific categories. Relationships are complicated, not scripted, and so the tips in the book are useless in the long run.
Sure, if you're new on the dating arena and/or shy, these may help you a bit when it comes to building your confidence... but will not prevent you from making the same mistakes, or a guy from pulling away.
Again, this is only my opinion, based on the subject I study, and my own experience when breaking pretty much all of the "dating rules" and still getting where I wanted to be with men - but if you want to read this tiny book and find out if any of the advice is actually useful for you, go for it.
Im still chasing them.