Building a Better Bloke

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Penguin Random House Australia, Aug 4, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 264 pages
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You're a great bloke, right? So why can't you get a date? You're smart and okay-looking, but you're too shy to talk to the women you like and if you do, they never seem that interested.
Sam de brito, author of the popular Sydney Morning Herald and The Age blog 'All Men Are Liars', is here to show you how to lift your game. Drawing on a lifetime of obsevation and the thousands of responses he gets from readers, Sam sets you straight on what attracts women and keeps them interested.
It turns out Mum was right - grooming and manners are important. But Sam goes where Mum won't - into the bedroom to look at a few scratchy issues like sexual performance, and into the darker corners of the male psyche to ponder the erosion of male confidence.
This is not another book about how to be a pick-up artist or a stud. Forget the lines, manipulations and routines - being a man and attracting women is about getting engaged with life, building your self-esteem, and being comfortable with who you are and how you look.
Sam's guarantee? Find your life and you'll find your love.
Visit Sam's blog, All Men are Liars at theage.com.au

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About the author (2008)

Sam de Brito has spentmore than a decade writing for newspapers, film and TV including the series Water Rats, White Collar Blue and Stingers. His popular Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne Age blog,'All MenAre Liars', expounds on the business of being a bloke, while his bestselling first book, No Tattoos Before You're Thirty, offers advice to his unborn children. DeBrito's first novel The Lost Boys was published in April 2008.

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