The tao of dating for men
At the beginning of 2016, I decided to devote more time to my favorite activity: reading.I set myself a rough target of two books a week, and got through about 110 of them (32,000 pages, according to my Goodreads profile). : These books aren’t necessarily the most fun to get through, but they’re talking about something super important that is probably affecting your life right now, e.g.THE HIGHEST-RATED DATING BOOK ON AMAZON FOR 157 WEEKS -- APRIL 2010 TO APRIL 2013This is what readers have been saying:"I have read many books about relationships and dating, but The Tao of Dating is one of a kind, so different and mind-blowing in its common sense and simplicity that it is impossible to put it down once you start reading.""Well, where shall I start? I can think of no better praise.""1.5 reads of the book in and I can honestly say that I not only have a clear sense of the basic things that I was doing that were completely throwing off the dynamic with these men, but that I now have simple, quite beautiful little tools in mind when I'm interacting with men that make me properly excited to date. Everyday TV and other media specialize in portraying women as cheap and disposable. Just by reading it, one is restored to one's own heart. I promised to post an article on how to get out of a slump. The structure goes something like this: You experience a setback. This affects your beliefs and attitudes, which actually affects your performance, making more likely -- you guessed it -- another setback. Now you weren't doing anything differently from before, but now you think you're seeing a trend.
Then find a man, attract him and keep him in your life. Also in there: the Magic Question; the Tiered Approach; the 3 ways to make a man fall in love with you; Rejection-Proofing; and the Passion Formula.
Since these were my dear friends, this absolutely killed me.
So I decided to write a book to remedy the situation -- "The Tao of Dating: The Smart Woman's Guide to Being Absolutely Irresistible."This is not your grandma's dating guide.
I get many letters like this from readers (both male and female): "I met this guy, and he took me to dinner, and it was really romantic, but he did/didn't try to kiss me, then he called/didn't call back, then he asked/didn't ask me out again, and what does it all mean is he interested what should I do help help help." Now, many of you think I have magical powers. For example, I can make whole plates of pasta vanish in seconds and order beer in 12 languages.
However, reading the minds of your dates whom I have never seen nor met is not one of those powers. Additionally, trying to parse each individual situation for an ultimate answer doesn't work so well, because there are millions of situations and often no ultimate answer. In essence, this book somehow, magically, alchemically, brings you back to yourself.