The truth is that the right words at the right time can boost your sagging ego after a breakup or fortify you with enough confidence to approach the girl across the room. Your testosterone count won’t plunge when you pick up one of these tomes, but your game might soar.
Whether the wisdom is from other players who excel at the rules or a smart chick who offers insider tips on how to score, these six books will get you off the sidelines and into the dating game. by James Bassil A soup-to-nuts guidebook for the single guy, James Bassil’s slim tome scores major points as a dating 101 primer, covering all aspects from tips on breaking the ice to becoming a first-date pro.
In fact, it works especially well on hotter women (8’s, 9’s and 10’s) -- and even better if you’re the kind of guy who’s failed with other methods in the past.
The book eloquently nails the truth that, while it’s easier to master the art of banal, disconnected conversation than to focus on connecting with someone on a deeper level, it’s an inefficient use of your wooing energy. by Bradley Fenton For those men who can’t seem to break the cycle of rejection, understanding the male/female dynamic is key to changing cyclical dating behaviors that have consistently failed them in the past.
In , author Bradley Fenton debunks the so-called “Superman Myth” that only innately “superhero-ish” guys have the ability to succeed with women.
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?
Lest you think that reading a dating and relationships guide means you’re a loser at love, .