Some of the advice on meeting women is obvious (“Be bold in your approach!”) and there’s an overly long pep talk about overcoming the fear of rejection.
There’s no question that ladies have a leg up in the dating and relationship advice department.
But where’s the help written specifically for guys who want to change their dating prospects from so-so to from Venus, but why should this supposed planetary distance stop the average single Joe from getting advice that can help him out?
Her mantras are “confidence, confidence, confidence,” “be cocky, not arrogant,” and “cut your losses if her body language says, ‘not interested.’” But Miller’s tough love is doled out in a witty writing style that makes this book fun to read as well as informative.
Guys, sometimes it’s by Ellen Rakieten and Anne Coyle You think men judge women?
Here’s just a sample of what you can expect from this book’s list of things to avoid being, doing, wearing and saying to head off first-date disaster: [showing up] “…overly cologned. It’s also ensuring that no matter what we order for dinner, it will taste like Drakkar Noir.
Way to announce yourself six minutes before you actually enter the room. You’ve already assaulted three of our five senses and we don’t even know if you rent or own.” The admonishments doesn’t stop with cologne, either.
A key tip is to practice healthy indifference — indifference toward her interest in you, that is, not towards her needs or autonomy. Too often, dating books for guys are filled with advice aimed at you changing who you are in order to get the girl. Dating success is about cultivating your best self and this theme echoes throughout the author’s three key messages: meeting Mr. Sometimes it takes a woman to help men really understand the fairer sex, and that’s what author Romy Miller does: provide insider advice about dating women from a woman’s perspective.
It’s not like she’s sharing anything groundbreaking.
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