You like your life and don’t want anything to change.You know that having a boyfriend will alter your schedule and honestly, you don’t want that right now.I've read a few books on dating before, but so far only this book, "Act like a lady, think like a man", and "Why Men love Bitches" seem the most sensible.I like this book's approach since it's so tongue-in-cheek.Where the guy looks nothing like his profile picture and plans what you will do on every single subsequent date… All it takes is one mean comment on a date and it can put you off dating for ages.My favorite bad date story (favorite because you have to laugh): when a guy gave me a hug hello and said immediately, “Whoa, you’re soooooooo short! Meeting someone new means needing to explain stuff about yourself and your life: whether you love your career or dream of something else, if you’re close with your family, if you’re generally happy with your situation.Is it so crazy to think that you could actually enjoy your single status and are starting to fear the dating world?
While that may be a good thing, dating with just t I've read a few books on dating before, but so far only this book, "Act like a lady, think like a man", and "Why Men love Bitches" seem the most sensible.The year I announced I was going through a divorce, I had 73 offers from men to take me out. I have purchased several of these books and give it to every friend that dates.So sure, some women don’t feel comfortable with power, and they will not like this book. Seriously simple and easy to realize just how dippy we are programmed. It's also about identifying your wants and needs within all relationships.So I learned to date from 2 sources: 1) by following the advice of my male friends only, and 2) this book. How empowering it is for a woman to turn the tables!How empowering it is to know I can have any man I want! How empowering it is to NEVER ask a man for commitment, and get it rather quickly.In fact, Moore says, dating is a lot like a science.