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Sort order. Aug 30, Theo V rated it liked it Shelves: love-dating. Common sensical, yet lovingly genuine. He definitel Common sensical, yet lovingly genuine. He definitely wants your email haha. Jan 09, Liss Kopa rated it it was amazing. Read It, You will be Happy you did. Apr 08, Laurie rated it it was amazing.
Awesome book! Worth the read! I've always suspected I've gone for emotionally unavailable men.
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My Mom passed away when I was My Dad wasn't there for me before or after her passing. Fast forward years later I married an emotionally unavailable man. I filed for divorce 2 days ago. After reading this book it's obvious I attract emotionally unavailable men and the reasons why!!!!
This book will give you the tools to attract what you want in a future mate. You have to be willing to do the homewor Awesome book!
You have to be willing to do the homework! Loved every page of this book! Highly recommend this book for anyone who has attracted the same type of partner! May 10, Jessica Atkinson rated it it was amazing. Common Sense Advice and Approach First the book is an easy read. Second nothing in the book is "out there" or New Age. The book states to find romance look inside.
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Focus on your own life and letting go of baggage. Only then can you find who you want to be with. Instead of just saying that the book provides some "hands on" guidance and direction. May 07, Ntathu Allen rated it it was amazing.
go to link Encouraging Read Well written book about a sensitive matter Good, bad or indifferent we all desire to be happy and loved. Lots of practical tools and resources to help you develop the most important relationship Great course A lot of jewels in this book and transforming homework to clean out the mind and heart for a fresh start. Jan 03, Kellie Bowey-Roosevelt rated it it was amazing. Great book The information in this book should be listed as find the life that you want not the mate, although I believe that will happen too.
I look forward to reading more by this author. Jun 04, Tasia Porter rated it it was amazing. Wonderful read I felt very empowered reading this book. Thank you for this gift, it has been life changing. Please buy you will love. Dec 20, Sean rated it really liked it. Good read Great book, but I had trouble opening the resources.
It may have been user error though. This book is really straight forward and easy to comprehend. Jun 21, Sarah rated it it was ok. Eh Just rating because I have to. Not sure why I really read it. Dating comes when you are ready. It's different for everyone. Is this natural? Is this bad? Is this cause for alarm? We have long counted on women's sacrifices and the compromises they've made to lift societies all over the world. We are worried that if women delay or forgo marriage, the all-important family unit will suffer. As much as I admire happy couples and families, I think this may be one of the few times in history when so many women could choose from such a full range of life choices without penalty or stigma.
Since few people "have it all," why not choose being single if that's the best option? What it comes down to is people get married when it's a good deal. The question is why isn't marriage a good deal anymore? Here are some considerations.
If a woman is poor and only meets equally poor or poorer men, she's in a tough spot. It is no secret that many women do not choose to marry if the available partners will make their economic situation worse.
In some of these cases, even if a woman has a child, she may be better off with government help than a nonworking, noninvolved husband. When a woman is very privileged or highly successful, marriage could come very easily -- or not. Think of the likes of Elizabeth Taylor, who was married eight times. Or Oprah Winfrey, who for personal or professional reasons, is not married. Moreover, a woman doesn't need a husband who is a high-powered corporate attorney if she is a high-powered corporate attorney.
Taking advantage of economic and professional opportunities could be undermined by committing to a partner with an equally ambitious, or different, life agenda. This kind of woman may wake up every day to new and exciting challenges and think, "best to wait. Unwilling to make traditional compromises.
A woman who doesn't want to settle for cooking and cleaning and being the primary parent that society prefers. She is not meeting guys who want the kind of woman she is. Some women are in an income bracket where marriage inflicts economic costs. She would have to pay more taxes if she marries someone who earns approximately what she makes or more. A few years ago when I was in China, I had a conversation with some very beautiful female Chinese TV personalities about their personal life.
I asked them why they were single and if they wanted to get married. The three women all said they didn't want to marry because "the men of our class will all expect to have mistresses, and it is better not to marry than have to put up with that.
2. The Bitter Man
These women wait for the perfect guy, or the guy who they would fall in love with and love them back just as much. If that man doesn't come along, they prefer to go alone. As women get pickier, more factors enter into the marriage equation. They may find someone who doesn't quite go the distance even after years of dating.
They cohabit with someone and it doesn't work out. Singlehood, never intentional, becomes a fact.