After reading this I have more tools to understand my relationships and that deal breakers apply not only in friendships and business relationships in addition to Romantic relationships.
The interview at the end helps.
I can't really explain how helpful this book was.
I've been grappling with some serious issues with my husband of 12 years and this book really put so much into perspective.
Thank you so very much.
As with any book listen to the very end for more explanation and clarification on that.
Also, some of that inward reflection by the reader should have been more prevalent through the book. As a man I read it for that inward looking perspective. A very good book.
Helped to define and have things click or make sense as to what kind of men I have chosen and why. As well as defining when to work on and when to walk away.
No substance. It was as though a high school teenie bopper wrote this. Boring, uninsightful, based on nothing more than light weight observations.
No, there are some really good books, but don't waste time on phony, money making junk like this.
I am an avid listener and have been so since the days of Books-on-Tape. This is the first book that I have listened to then immediately downloaded the Kindle version so that I could go back and reference some of the parts that I wanted to study more closely. I did enjoy the interview with the author after the book so that is a bonus over the print version.
I am in the throes of a breakup now and found this helpful. I downloaded the print so that now I can have a copy to look at once I start dating again. I think this book would be helpful to anyone dating or even thinking about dating.
I would also focus on the other side of things, what women do wrong as well. This book comes across as very biased towards women being right and men being wrong. Even myself, as a woman, knows that there are 2 sides.
I would because it discusses how you know things are deal breakers for you, how to spot them easily and how to be ok with breaking it off with the person who is breaking the deal. It also talks about how to know if it is worth working on.
Fine, nondescript, nothing stood out good or bad
Yes, from the man's side
The author does clarify at the end in an interview that she has met many men who were more the victims in their relationships and the women were the bullies, but that she just wanted to primarily focus on the one side.