Book about dating for men

Right, this one-of-a-kind memoir will teach you how to break your frog-kissing habits, find a love you never knew existed, and learn how to hang onto your self-worth, dignity, and sanity!

• Laugh, cringe and identify with each “Wrong Man” story.• Check the "Signs You're Dating a ...

But just like attending an inspirational speech by a professional bodybuilder won’t automatically give you huge biceps, reading without a plan won’t turn you into Casanova.

What inhibits your learning process is reading too many books at one time.

So, yes, I have indulged in quite some books on dating; the good, the bad, and the extremely ugly!

Though I tried to learn at least one thing from each book that I read, I won’t let you go through the same toil.

A true guide to love and romance for women working to find their prince in a pond of frogs, Rossi narrates her journey th Kelly Rossi’s Dating the Wrong Men: The Misadventurer’s Guide through Bad Relationship Choices, a fresh, entertaining, and comically written memoir of the unbelievable stories of one girl’s misadventures during her twenty plus years of dating disasters.Written by seven New York-based men who are both in and out of relationships, Single Man, Married Man argues that 'every man want to get married' and poses a blunt question to its female readers: 'So why not with you?' 'No matter where a woman was in life, she should always be able to cater to her man’s needs,' one single author writes in an extract published by DNAinfo, while a divorced co-author advises: 'When he gets his ego stroked, he will be more inclined to love you more.' You're doing it wrong: Written by seven New York-based men who are both in and out of relationships, Single Man, Married Man argues that 'all men' want to get hitched and poses, 'so why not with you?Readers will laugh and cry as they venture through Rossi’s relatable adventures as she takes you through every outrageous relationship she has ever faced - from the ‘freeloader’ to ‘player’.For the women who constantly find themselves in the cycle of always dating and trying to find Mr.