The Complete Guide for the Romantically Challenged Male

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iUniverse, Dec 1, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 172 pages
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The vast majority of women will state that their man is not romantic, or could do much better. While men have romantic feelings, they receive poor marks in sharing or expressing these feelings. Most of the books on romance tend to be by women for women. There are a few books for men but most of them are by women or by an M.D. or Ph.D. This book is different in that it is just one man conversing with another saying, “Hey it’s OK to be romantic, here is what works and enjoy reading about it.”

This book is a guide for men in the art and science of romantic gestures. In this book are numerous hints, suggestions, do’s and don’ts. They are there to help the reader improve his comfort and effectiveness in translating romantic feelings into gestures and developing comfort in conveying or delivering these gestures.

Humor is used throughout because that’s the way the author thinks and because it will make the book more readable to men. Some men have a real discomfort in this whole realm of romantic ideas, thoughts and expressions. Possibly, a bit of humor will ease the pain.

 

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Contents

RomanticTo Be or Not to BeAnd Why
3
Where to Begin
21
The Little Things
35
WHEN AND WHERE
41
Chivalry
61
Touching
77
Occasions
83
Cautions
97
Curable or Not
111
Give It a Try
125
CONCLUSION
151
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