Power Dating Games

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iUniverse, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 408 pages
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Will you have a business-based marriage, a personality-based marriage, or a fantasy-based marriage? Marriage is an emotional business relationship between two people. They may look for what they wish they could be in one another (attraction of opposite types). In marriage, you experience the upward gush of your own infancy.

There are many alternative classifiers of personality types, temperaments, styles, or neurological brain locations, and time and fun to try them all. Which one can help you find your soul mate? Which one can stand up to rigorous research and proof over many years? How many can be scientifically validated? This book discusses games soul mates play to survive and how it relates to good match/good fit/comfort and personality type.

 

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Written almost a generation ago in 2001 by a very elderly low-income author. The book is to enjoy and have fun with, play a light-weight game with the book, create your own quizzes, and please not to pick apart the very elderly author.

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The author can't spell to begin with. There are way to many grammatical errors for this book to be taken seriously. Next, there is a clear preference for NFs. Read the ISFJ male description; it's ridiculous! She basically stereotypes all ISFJ men as having rage problems (they will beat their NF partners to a bloody pulp), and have no desire for sex after the first few months of marriage. It sounds to me that this author had one bad ISFJ experience and wrote a revenge chapter.
A silly, silly book. Don't waste your time unless you are looking for a laugh.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter Three
14
Chapter Four
32
Chapter Seven
56
Chapter
74
Chapter Twelve
87
Chapter Fourteen
109
Chapter Sixteen
123
Chapter Seventeen
154
Chapter Eighteen
306
Chapter Twenty
332
Appendices
397
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