Mr. Right, Right Now!: How a Smart Woman Can Land Her Dream Man in 6 Weeks

Front Cover
Harper Collins, Dec 23, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 195 pages
0 Reviews
The Mr. Right, Right Now! Promise:

If you start following the principles of the Man Catching Theory right now, 6 weeks from today, you will have the man of your dreams.

E. Jean Carroll, the popular advice columnist for Elle magazine, comes to the rescue of bright, high-achieving women everywhere with a foolproof program for finding love. In the first Man-Finding, Catching, and Captivating Manual for successful women, E. Jean provides a 6-week plan for finding the ideal mate.

And here's the best part: Mr. Right, Right Now! is not based on self-help horsehockey. Rather, it's founded on Darwinian principles, cutting-edge scientific research on "synchrony," and ten years of hard evidence provided by thousands of letters sent into the Ask E. Jean column.

The Man Catching Theory in Mr. Right, Right Now! has been tested and confirmed on E. Jean's wildly successful dating site GreatBoyfriends.com.

So, here's the deal, Doll: If you acquire the right attitude (Week 1) and the right look (Week 2), learn to laugh at your fears (Week 3), place yourself where there are hoards of elite and eligible men (Week 4), get out of your own way and let Mother Nature hurl the chaps at your feet (Week 5), E. Jean guarantees you will live happily ever after (or for as long as you can stand it) with the man of your dreams (Week 6).

 

What people are saying - Write a review

Mr. right, right now!: the man catching method that drops chaps in their tracks!

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

Elle romance columnist Carroll's advice on man catching can be boiled down to four mantras: be happy, look good, go where the guys are and just do it. Carroll stretches this advice out over 200 pages ... Read full review

Contents

Lose Your Brain
129
Farewell Lovely Reader
179
Thanks
193
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 24 - Both sexes, if the females as well as the males were permitted to exert any choice, would choose their partners not for mental charms, or property, or social position, but almost solely from external appearance.
Page 37 - A great truth is a truth whose opposite is also a great truth.
Page 43 - Prescription for Nutritional Healing, by James F. Balch, MD, and Phyllis A. Balch CNC.
Page 181 - In this regard, and in connection with a study conducted by him, Dr. David C. Page of the Whitehead Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, remarked, "We all recite the mantra that men and women are 99 percent identical and take political comfort in it. But the reality is that the genetic difference between males and females absolutely dwarfs all other differences in the human genome.
Page 25 - She at once seized her standard in hand and placed herself on the parapet of the trench. and the moment she was there. the English trembled and were terrified."l If that isn't as perfect a description of an Offensive Stylist as you're ever likely to see.
Page 14 - Vie should lei our adaptive unconscious do the job of forming reliable feelings and then trust those feelings.
Page 40 - University of Chicago researchers have found that skipping sleep can make you old.

About the author (2003)

A Note About the Author

E. Jean Carroll's Ask E. Jean column has appeared in Elle for more than a decade and reaches more than 4 million readers a month. She was a contributing editor at Esquire and has written for Rolling Stone, Outside, and New York magazine. Her stunningly successful dating Web site, GreatBoyfriends.com, receives millions of hits each week. E. Jean was nominated for an Emmy for her writing for Saturday Night Live. She lives in Nyack, New York.

A Note About the Note About the Author

The author doesn't want everybody thinking she's a love lorn twit because she's single. In fact, the author is living happily ever after all by herself in a cottage outside New York City, is enjoying just a ridiculously huge number of flings, and has been married the normal amount (twice). She has four rescued dogs. The author weighs either 128 or 133, depending on what she had for lunch.

Bibliographic information