Dating Deal Breakers That Drive Men Away

12 Relationship Killers That Ruin Your Long-Term Potential with High-Quality Men
Narrated by: Dan Culhane
Length: 1 hr and 5 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (144 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Goodhearted, highly masculine, relationship-minded men will do everything in their power to avoid falling in love with a woman who could make their life a living hell. And because of this one simple fact, guys like this are very discriminating when assessing a woman's long-term relationship potential.

When evaluating a woman's long-term relationship potential, high-quality men place greater attention on the quality (or lack thereof) of her personal character, as well as those things that have a direct or indirect influence upon her character (such as the people, places, and things in her life).

This audiobook was designed to provide women with an inside look at the most common dating red flags that high-quality men consider "deal-breakers", the kind of deal-breakers that compel them to stop pursuing a woman, ignore her texts (and phone calls), and eventually blow up a budding relationship.

In this audiobook, you're going to learn:

  • The one area of your life that high-quality men are deeply concerned about, and how they secretly use it to judge your character (or lack thereof)
  • How to avoid making a man feel totally "replaceable" by avoiding a very unattractive quality that many women unknowingly struggle with
  • An irritating behavioral flaw that causes high-quality men to stop pursuing a woman almost instantly
  • How to prove your high-value in the most important area of a man's life and make him realize that you're one-of-a-kind wife material
  • A man-repelling female attitude that drives good men away
  • How to avoid killing a man's natural desire to please you by giving him the one thing all men desperately crave but would never ask for from a woman
  • And much, much more

Get started now and discover how to avoid the biggest relationship killers that ruin your chances with higher quality men.

©2016 Bruce Bryans (P)2016 Bruce Bryans

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Basic info but great points

Not overly in depth, but length of audio version makes that apparent. A quick listen with excellent points.

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Good info but nothing new

Short and to the point. Maybe better for 20 somethings...nothing new for us older gals...or at least not to me.

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This is the second book I have explored with this author.

This is the second book I have explored with this author. He is insightful, straightforward and inoffensive. Even his choice of narator additionally well represents him. I recommend this book as well as 'Send Him a Signal'. Due to this author's ability to be direct unobtrusively, I will be exploring other titles in this catagory. Worth the money. This particular book I will be revisiting.

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Basic information

Although the points were fair, the content of the book was essentially an outline. Very short, slightly condescending, and a platform to promote the other books by the author.

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For those that don't realize their own faults.

Stating the obvious for people who don't know or see the room for improvement. If your self aware enough to know you can always do better/be better than this is more of a check list to keep in mind.

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good read

this book gives you something to think about. i recommend it if you are looking for good advice to improve your life

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Very good book and to the point.

In addition, the narrator has a very pleasant voice which makes it even more enjoyable to listen to.

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Pretty basic, too short

Maybe it's because I'm not 19 and dating for the first time but, most of the information in this book is pretty much common sense. You can find the same information in his previous books. I don't care for the narrator's voice for this particular subject… Sounds a little too "used car salesman" to me. A bit of a turn off.

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Enjoyable

I enjoyed listening to this audio. It was informative and had some gentle reminders for me in understanding the opposite sex a little better. It’s a great book for women that are just stepping onto their awareness of some of their negative traits and how to better themselves.

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What’s next?

I enjoyed all the details and as one that didn’t realize I was doing some of this... how can we recover and move forward with our man? Just stop it and forget it? Apologize? What can we do if we genuinely just realized we were messing up and don’t want to be ‘that girl’. Would like to change for the better and would be so much better for myself. I think it was a great read, just would like to know ... what now? What’s next?