Top critical review
Still worth the read
Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2019
My background: I’m 38, mother of two and divorced. Even though my ex husband is a good person, he still needed to be ‘fixed.’ I seem to always find the men that have some sort of serious issue that needs to be fixed (side note, he left me... I’m too loyal to ever betray a person).
And, I am also aware that even though I am intelligent, attractive, educated and a professional, I do tend to be a little too nice. So, I gave this book a try.
Some of it is a little corny and definitely not true for all men. I don’t want to go into detail to ruin the book for you, but I’m pretty sure that woman over 35 will know which areas I’m speaking of. However, the advise about how to respond to certain guys and certain scenarios is good. I’ve actually always responded in such ways which is not good. If I have always responded this way, and I still get stuck with the fixers, jerks, or totally emotionally unavailable guys, then I don’t know how this method actually works.
I don’t want to bash the author because I think it’s a great read and very well written. I say give it a read. Maybe these tips will help you!
Also, I no longer use those actions that are advised in the book. Not because I want to see if the opposite works for me but, it’s all just too much work! Being single actually isn’t so bad.
Remember ladies to love you first!