Be Your Priority, Not His Option: Insights on Thoughts and Actions of Men and Ways to Respond

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MILL CITY PressINC, Oct 1, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 154 pages
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Men and women are two very different creatures who, believe it or not, speak very different languages when it comes to dating, and a lot of communication gets lost in translation. Where can a girl turn to get some straight answers to this kind of confusion? Meet Okera Hollis. He's not a doctor or psychologist, and he hasn't been trained in relationship dynamics. Rather than facts and figures, Okera provides something much more practical and desperately needed: advice from a self-described regular guy based on real-life dating experience. With his valuable insights into a male perspective, you can plunge into the dating world armed with important skills that will keep you afloat in this confusing world. Okera gives you the background to interpret your man's verbal and nonverbal cues in a way you weren't able to before. You will now be able to: Get straight answers by asking straight questions Avoid Serial Daters and Serial Monogamists Find out your status - are you an A-level girl or a ilevel? Go from being the Pursuer to the Pursued Show respect for yourself by taking no for an answer and moving on Determine whether he has another woman...or whether you are the other woman ...and many, many more valuable insights into the minds and motives of the various types of men out there in the dating pool Interspersed with handy tips, personal anecdotes, and valuable reminders, Okera does dating women of the world a great favor and breaks down the iron curtain between men and women while reinforcing the single most important aspect of dating-and living life-again and again: You are important. Above all else, if you show yourself the same respect that you expect those around you to show you, you can find love. Let Be Your Priority, Not His Option show you how.

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