Flirt Smarter. Date Better. Love Happily Ever After.
Do you always attract the wrong type? Have a hard time making relationships last? Or get stuck being friends instead of lovers?
There's no one right way to flirt, but how you flirt says a lot about your chance at love. Dr. Jeffrey Hall's groundbreaking survey, the "Flirting Styles Inventory," caused a media sensation when it pinpointed five different flirting styles. First sampled exclusively with eHarmony members, it has since helped tens of thousands of people discover their flirting style and provided a wealth of information on how your style affects your love life.
Based on Dr. Hall's cutting-edge research, The Five Flirting Styles shows you how to identify your natural flirting style-physical, playful, sincere, traditional or polite-and use it to flirt smarter and attract the love you really want. Discover:
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It opened up a new understanding of myself and other people, courting- and dating-wise.
Worth a listen.
The narration is also fine... apart from his, at times, sporadic pace / pauses in sentences. Plus: the audio-processing lacks mid-range and treble, making it difficult to hear what he's saying, if there's any kind of traffic around you (traffic drowns out the remaining low-end area of the spectrum).
I begin listening with an open mind, but grow skeptical after a few chapters, seems to be another book that categories people into types, people are much more complicated than what he described. pseudoscience mostly
I thought it would be pseudoscience, but I was pleseantly surprised to find a book that extrapolates from a solid research base. Highly recommended!
This book is phenomenal, I am naturally flirtatious - even though most times I am not trying to be. This book offered tremendous insight on how and why people flirt - myself included. Great read and one of the few books of its kind based on empirical data and scientific research. I highly recommend.
I found the book to be insightful, fun, and valuable.
I am very glad that I selected it.
The narrator has a wonderful voice, but it seemed to be mismatched with a content a little bit. His voice is warm, sonorous, and slow - which is great, except that the book references "30 Rock" episodes and uses phrases like "What's his deal", which seems to go better with a voice that's young, fun, and a little wry.
But don't let that deter you. :) Go ahead and give it a listen.
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