However, just a few reliable book for women and men, and here they are: 1. Anaїs Nin once said, "We do not see the world as it is; we see the world as we are." Thus you have the choice to see the world with a lens of wealth-consciousness or poverty-consciousness.
Do you see scarcity, lack and limitation around you, or wealth, possibility and abundance?
Since these were my dear friends, this absolutely killed me.
So I decided to write a book to remedy the situation -- The Tao of Dating: The Smart Woman's Guide to Being Absolutely Irresistible. Partially because I am not your grandma, and partially because the 21st century poses unprecedented challenges to the modern woman.
You've got grad school, a high-powered career, yoga class and a dog, and sometimes it seems that there just isn't time for love.
Moreover, a lot of guys seem to be less educated and less affluent than you. The Tao of Dating for Women combines ancient wisdom with modern science to give smart, successful women like yourself a heart-centered, science-based, practical guide to finding fulfillment in your love lives -- and far beyond.
You're also more likely to be kind, compassionate, and fun to be around.
If you're breathing and have a heartbeat and just read this phrase, billions of things changed in your mind and body ago.
So quit trying to defend something that essentially isn't there.
I get many letters like this from readers (both male and female): "I met this guy, and he took me to dinner, and it was really romantic, but he did/didn't try to kiss me, then he called/didn't call back, then he asked/didn't ask me out again, and what does it all mean is he interested what should I do help help help." Now, many of you think I have magical powers. For example, I can make whole plates of pasta vanish in seconds and order beer in 12 languages.
However, reading the minds of your dates whom I have never seen nor met is not one of those powers. Additionally, trying to parse each individual situation for an ultimate answer doesn't work so well, because there are millions of situations and often no ultimate answer.
I give it all to you in a progression of small, easy steps that put the fun back in dating, plus the science and reasoning behind it so you can trust where it all comes from. This isn't a book so much as it is a life plan -- the plan for you to enjoy the rest of your life.