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Originally published as an ebook that became a controversial media phenomenon, No More Mr. Nice Guy! landed its author, a certified marriage and family therapist, on The O'Reilly Factor and the Rush Limbaugh radio show. 

Dr. Robert Glover has coined the "Nice Guy Syndrome" for trying too hard to please others while neglecting one's own needs, thus causing unhappiness and resentfulness. It's no wonder that unfulfilled Nice Guys lash out in frustration at their loved ones, claims Dr. Glover. 

He explains how they can stop seeking approval and start getting what they want in life, by presenting the information and tools to help them ensure their needs are met, to express their emotions, to have a satisfying sex life, to embrace their masculinity and form meaningful relationships with other men, and to live up to their creative potential. 

©2000, 2003 Robert Glover (P)2017 Recorded Books

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literally fixed me

I struggled to find the answer to why my marriage failed and my ex girlfriend cheated on me. the book cured me of my condition. real help inside. actionable and practical.

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Nailed me right between the eyes

As a 46 year old male, ex-Marine, and self professed “nice guy” I finally understand that all this time, I have been causing my own pain. It hasn’t been my career, my spouse, my friends, my environmental conditions. The common factor in all those things has been me. No more Mr. nice guy described many of my own internal feelings like someone was reading my mind. Things that I’ve never told anyone. Now that I have clarity on these issues, I now have a way to work through them to be set free. I’ve already applied some of the techniques with immediate results. Mainly because the change started with me, which then encouraged positive responses from others. So basically, now I’m in the process of reviewing all of my thoughts and actions to challenge and change the defaults. If you even think this book might help you, take a chance. I did and I’m so very thankful to the author.

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Practical guide for people pleasers

This book really resonated with me. It details many of the reasons and solutions for overcoming toxic shame. This is the updated version of the book. I’m not sure if the previous version had a pdf, but this one doesn’t. Tough to practically implement the recommended exercises without that.

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Good read

Definitely a must read if u think u are a nice guy.Or if everybody around u thinks u are ( specially girls )

Will not solve all ur problems.. its not a miracle book.

Will definitely help you understand a few things about yourself and how to improve on them.

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He was talking to me

This is a book that I'll have to listen over and over, so much to get from it. It is scary how muchas I relate to Mr. Nice Guy

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When I listen all I hear is "me, me, me.."

This book beats every fortune teller, even my parents about me. I feel understood after all these years.

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Amazingly accurate. Life changing.

This book did more to help me figure out myself than 5 years of therapy. Absolutely nails the types of nice guys, what made us that way, why nothing ever seems to go our way, and most importantly; HOW TO CHANGE! I truly think this should be taught to everyone bc if you're not a nice guy you know one. When people questioned about serial killers say they were such nice guys, this explains why. I plan on listening to it at least 2 more times.

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I'm really disappointed. Most of the book is like how a nice guy is. And I assure you that if you listen to it everybody is a nice guy. And there is a small part on how you should be. Unfortunately it recommend some conflictual action, like "only accept the best" and then in other chapter is saying something like "accept little". This is what I understood from this book.

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  • 03-17-18

A turning point in my life.

The same as what the author/narrator states, every chapter will resonate with the 'nice guy'.
The author has had enough experience dealing with nice guys to be able to hit on alot of signals associated with the issue to which i was not prepared for. To say he knows my deep seated issues is an understatement.
Quality of narration and subject knowledge is top class.
If you want to get the most out of this audio book, do not take this as a fleeting past time that you listen to on the way to work for 15minutes; dive into it head first, set a few hours aside regularly to do the activities and dig down deep to confront all the shit and sort out all that preprograming that is holding you back.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-18-18

Review stop seeking approval/ fear of acception

•Ask for what you want
•Put yourself first. Makes your needs a priority.
•Stop seeking approval!▪be you, you are ok, you are awesome
[•Face your fears]
•Be honest
●Authentic,Comfotable with his sexuality and masculinity,Honest, Bondouries,Integrity =an integrated Man
■If you didn't care what other people thought of you, how would you live your life?
■Bondouries. If this behaviour had occurred on the second date, would there be a third? How a healthy male would manage the situation?

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  • Jasbir A.
  • 02-11-18

Awesome book

it's a must read for every guy. it's a shame I didn't come across his book earlier.

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  • Hamza
  • 01-09-18

life changing

a book that truly helped me to get to know now myself . thank you

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  • NC
  • 03-19-18

Awesome

Such a useful book. Highly recommend it for any man looking to be more of man.

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  • Camilistico
  • 04-10-18

for people that needs it

this book is for people that are nice guys if you are not dont waste the time, I bought the book because I enjoy getting knowledge from human behavior I tought that I wouoe get an inside to syndrome but this is a selfhelp it is laid out only for those who suffer from it some of the ideas are interesting but overall it is boring if you do not have the syndrome

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-22-18

a must read for all blokes

absolutely blew my mind
I never felt so understood before and it answered so many nagging feelings I've had within myself