Askmen dating book
I have noticed a trend in telling men to get the women to chase THEM.
(Ask Men is one example) I see a lot of advice to women about why men disappear, what to do when they disappear, etc., but it seems that men are being COACHED to disappear, as a power play, a way to get the upper hand, and to get the woman to chase THEM.
This book promises to give positive advice for singles searching for long-term relationships by identifying the ten most common mistakes made by those of us looking for a committed relationship.
Author Susan Page is the former director of woman’s programs at UC Berkeley, but now conducts singles workshops for both sexes.
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