Dating for dummies

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But don’t worry your pretty little head, singleton. ” inflexibility looks like from the male perspective. As she relates in one story about another girlfriend who whines about never finding the right guy, her friend asks (about the fiancée of a man she covets): “What does she have that I don’t?

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Just be yourself, be more confident and a host of things that I can assure you have no basis in the kind of dating that REAL people actually do.TI am dipping into this book again now after several years of not needing it.I have reread relevant sections several times during my adult life, enough so that I have internalized some of the author's recommendations. The first two books of the "For Dummies" series I read were pretty cool and funny, so I decided to read as many books of the series as possible. Full of stereotypes and trying to be funny when it definitely isn't, makes it even more pathetic.I don't recall "working on my inner self" prior to meeting my partner.I did however, join a gym, drop like 5 or so dress sizes and I gave it three stars because I could never give any book in the "For Dummies" series more than three stars.

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