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If you really want to find success in online dating, you need this book!
To Date a Man, You Must Understand a Man!
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Readers LOVE it!
I dated a great guy for over a year and suddenly he dropped off the face of the earth. Granted, it was a long distance relationship but we traveled a lot together and to me it was perfect. I had my own time yet always had something to look forward to by making the next plan to see each other.
I made myself so available and able to go at any time, but by doing so put my own interests on hold and became less interesting and no longer a challenge.
My heart was broken and I couldn't understand what had happened so of course I questioned and tried to reason that we were so good together. We didn't fight, we had lots af fun, did interesting things together, and sex was great.
On and on and on.... I really saw myself in this book and it has helped me see that although I am a very independent and capable woman that I self sabatoged my relationship by giving up part of myself. This is a must read for woman who give too much!
Gregg is great!!! I thought I understood men before I read this book.
I was raised in a loving home with two loving parents. I don't have Daddy Issues and I have had positive male models in my family from my grandfather, father, uncles, brother, and cousins.
However, I had a failed marriage and other long term relationships that did not last. I always thought it was the guys fault.
Clearly, there was nothing wrong with me. Lol.
But, I came across this book with a catchy title and I decided to read this book. Of course, there were some things that I already knew, but there were some points that Gregg made that made me see where my decision-making in regards to men was flawed.
Here are some things you should know: