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Do you get depressed every time a date turns out to be a dud?Are you devastated when you don't get "the call" from a guy you like? Do you constantly check your dates out for marriage potential? Chances are you're taking dating way too seriously. According to Myreah Moore -- "America's Dating Coach" -- women need to start dating to have fun, which is what men have been doin Do you get depressed every time a date turns out to be a dud?Are you devastated when you don't get "the call" from a guy you like? Do you constantly check your dates out for marriage potential? Chances are you're taking dating way too seriously. According to Myreah Moore -- "America's Dating Coach" -- women need to start dating to have fun, which is what men have been doing for ages! In fact, Moore says, dating is a lot like a science. And with any scientific experiment, it's trial and error. In Date Like a Man, she steals dating secrets from men (the masters of dating) and transforms them into a personal training program that will boost your dating prospects -- and increase your chances of finding a soul mate. Clear, candid, and empowering, Date Like a Man makes the manhunt fun -- the way it should be. Even if you think you're a dating expert, you'll devour this manual -- the new bible for surviving and thriving in today's world.


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Do you get depressed every time a date turns out to be a dud?Are you devastated when you don't get "the call" from a guy you like? Do you constantly check your dates out for marriage potential? Chances are you're taking dating way too seriously. According to Myreah Moore -- "America's Dating Coach" -- women need to start dating to have fun, which is what men have been doin Do you get depressed every time a date turns out to be a dud?Are you devastated when you don't get "the call" from a guy you like? Do you constantly check your dates out for marriage potential? Chances are you're taking dating way too seriously. According to Myreah Moore -- "America's Dating Coach" -- women need to start dating to have fun, which is what men have been doing for ages! In fact, Moore says, dating is a lot like a science. And with any scientific experiment, it's trial and error. In Date Like a Man, she steals dating secrets from men (the masters of dating) and transforms them into a personal training program that will boost your dating prospects -- and increase your chances of finding a soul mate. Clear, candid, and empowering, Date Like a Man makes the manhunt fun -- the way it should be. Even if you think you're a dating expert, you'll devour this manual -- the new bible for surviving and thriving in today's world.

30 review for Date Like a Man: What Men Know About Dating and Are Afraid You'll Find Out

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sheree Tampus

    I've read a few books on dating before, but so far only this book, "Act like a lady, think like a man", and "Why Men love Bitches" seem the most sensible. I like this book's approach since it's so tongue-in-cheek. It provides a new perspective in dating that most women should consider. That is, men date to have fun, and women should date to have fun too. It touches on the fact that when women date, they have the prospect of relationship in mind. While that may be a good thing, dating with just t I've read a few books on dating before, but so far only this book, "Act like a lady, think like a man", and "Why Men love Bitches" seem the most sensible. I like this book's approach since it's so tongue-in-cheek. It provides a new perspective in dating that most women should consider. That is, men date to have fun, and women should date to have fun too. It touches on the fact that when women date, they have the prospect of relationship in mind. While that may be a good thing, dating with just that end-goal limits your dating options. Some women date to satisfy a need in themselves, when really, people should find themselves first and not rely on other people to complete them. When you date, and eventually get into a relationship, what you should be looking for is a partner who complements you, not who completes you. I especially like the a "Pair and a spare" approach. Because truth be told, women get attached too easily when dating one guy. Men don't get too attached too easily (or too fast) because they know they have other options. The same should be true for women. That's why most become too clingy, because women start thinking they can't find someone else. When, really, if they'd been dating other guys too, a rejection from one wouldn't be so hard because you know there are still others who want you. And why would you want to date somebody who doesn't want you? The book actually encourages women to face rejection, and still be confident, independent ladies afterwards. It also provides interesting suggestions to having a very exciting single, happy, independent lifestyle. Because, really, would you rather be the single woman crying yourself to sleep because you think you're lonely, or the single woman who's fulfilled, happy, and attracts men because of her positive attitude? Babe, you want men who want you. :)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I'm a little ashamed to admit to reading this, but this is one of the few self-help books I've ever read all the way through and actually took advice from. I read it after a bad breakup and it totally changed the way I approached dating. I recommend it to women (or men, for that matter) who put too much into relationships early on, or get too attached too quickly. I'm a little ashamed to admit to reading this, but this is one of the few self-help books I've ever read all the way through and actually took advice from. I read it after a bad breakup and it totally changed the way I approached dating. I recommend it to women (or men, for that matter) who put too much into relationships early on, or get too attached too quickly.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    Um. Where to begin. If I were not cynical already and if I were impressionable enough to believe every scrap of tripe I pick up at a garage sale, I might have joined a convent after reading this. That being said, Myreah Moore has outdone the infamous "Rules" as number one book which reinforces male (and female) stereotypes, trivializes women and their personal and societal power and perpetuates a vicious cycle of petty gender warfare. Yikes. My favorite is the "pair and a spare" rule which advis Um. Where to begin. If I were not cynical already and if I were impressionable enough to believe every scrap of tripe I pick up at a garage sale, I might have joined a convent after reading this. That being said, Myreah Moore has outdone the infamous "Rules" as number one book which reinforces male (and female) stereotypes, trivializes women and their personal and societal power and perpetuates a vicious cycle of petty gender warfare. Yikes. My favorite is the "pair and a spare" rule which advises women to date at least three men at a time. If I could find three guys whom I wanted to pass an evening romantically, there might also be icicles on hells higher hills--no offense guys. And how distracting and exhausting to be spending that amount of time dating. I hated this book but it was so bad I couldn't put it down. I must go do ritualistic cleansing now and remind myself of the fabulous non-frivolous intellectual men out there whom I will meet and have fascinating non-strategic dates with in the future.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Vicki Davis

    This is the first book Ive read about dating since I came onto the dating scene after 20 years of marriage. It never occurred to me when I started dating that I might need a few pointers but I guess I should've realized I did considering the reason I was back in the dating pool was because my previous relationship had dissolved. This book was truly eye-opening. I took five pages of notes and came away with a new favorite quote you might want to check out on my home page. It is a must read for an This is the first book Ive read about dating since I came onto the dating scene after 20 years of marriage. It never occurred to me when I started dating that I might need a few pointers but I guess I should've realized I did considering the reason I was back in the dating pool was because my previous relationship had dissolved. This book was truly eye-opening. I took five pages of notes and came away with a new favorite quote you might want to check out on my home page. It is a must read for anyone starting out in the dating world and even anyone in a relationship who would like a better understanding of how men think. And ladies lets be honest. Isn't that all of us?! Ms. Moore gives wonderful insights into the different types of men women are drawn to and gives women the tools they need to discover which of these men are a match for them. One of the most important things I learned from this book is that " every man you break up with tells you something about the kind of man you want in your future."

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marsha

    There are books out there that teach you how to “get” men. This one shows the benefits of acting like them, at least in the dating scene. The writers know life’s not fair, especially to women. Changing laws, mores, attitudes in society, the workplace, the home, mean that women can manage equal footing. But there are certain areas where they’re still at a disadvantage. This book means to rectify that, even if it’s just a little. The authors make compelling cases for acting in ways unorthodox to wo There are books out there that teach you how to “get” men. This one shows the benefits of acting like them, at least in the dating scene. The writers know life’s not fair, especially to women. Changing laws, mores, attitudes in society, the workplace, the home, mean that women can manage equal footing. But there are certain areas where they’re still at a disadvantage. This book means to rectify that, even if it’s just a little. The authors make compelling cases for acting in ways unorthodox to women. If you’ve tried the dating scene and are tired of batting your eyelashes and giggling like a brain-dead schoolgirl at a really unfunny joke, then perhaps a change in attitude is overdue. There are a lot of other books about getting and keeping a man; this lets you see how it looks from the other side.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Very good advice that your mother should have taught you when you started dating. Or that should have been set as an example to you by your parents' relationship. Very direct, no excuses allowed and lot's of information on how a man should treat you. *Spoiler Alert* Part V is about how to have sex with a man. I do not personally agree with most of her points, it's up to you if you are ok with reading that type of stuff. *End Spoiler* The rest of the book is great, but I would be relaxed about so Very good advice that your mother should have taught you when you started dating. Or that should have been set as an example to you by your parents' relationship. Very direct, no excuses allowed and lot's of information on how a man should treat you. *Spoiler Alert* Part V is about how to have sex with a man. I do not personally agree with most of her points, it's up to you if you are ok with reading that type of stuff. *End Spoiler* The rest of the book is great, but I would be relaxed about some things if you find an amazing guy with just a few flaws! Everyone has a few flaws.

  7. 4 out of 5

    May Ling

    Funny and witty, this book packs a punch. I love the movie reviews and the reasons why women need to be smart enough not to believe them. The advice is very much so no holds bars. Even if I can't agree with all the advice, I would still recommend it to my girl friends. It's just plain funny. Some of my guy friends got a hold of it and found the parts on sports and the men they match to be both insightful and funny. A must read for single women who need a bit of humor to navigating single life. Funny and witty, this book packs a punch. I love the movie reviews and the reasons why women need to be smart enough not to believe them. The advice is very much so no holds bars. Even if I can't agree with all the advice, I would still recommend it to my girl friends. It's just plain funny. Some of my guy friends got a hold of it and found the parts on sports and the men they match to be both insightful and funny. A must read for single women who need a bit of humor to navigating single life.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Scputval

    Interesting. Very sensible guide to dating. However, it's not what I see among 20-somethings in my NY suburb. Here people either just hook up, or become a couple after one or two dates. Seems more relevant to older, urban people; however, good advice all around. Interesting. Very sensible guide to dating. However, it's not what I see among 20-somethings in my NY suburb. Here people either just hook up, or become a couple after one or two dates. Seems more relevant to older, urban people; however, good advice all around.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Malcom

    Well, the author's main idea is that you should always have "a pair and a spare" . . . meaning you should be dating three guys at once to keep your options open. I have trouble finding one good one to date, let alone three, so that could be a problem . . . Well, the author's main idea is that you should always have "a pair and a spare" . . . meaning you should be dating three guys at once to keep your options open. I have trouble finding one good one to date, let alone three, so that could be a problem . . .

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mallory

    Not as good as Why Men Love Bitches, but a close second, and gives great insight into how to be a confident woman in today's odd dating world! A fun read, not to be taken too seriously Not as good as Why Men Love Bitches, but a close second, and gives great insight into how to be a confident woman in today's odd dating world! A fun read, not to be taken too seriously

  11. 4 out of 5

    suzy

    Light summer pool book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Libertie

    "Men don't settle down until the find themselves. Women don't settle down until they find a man. Find yourself, then settle." "Men don't settle down until the find themselves. Women don't settle down until they find a man. Find yourself, then settle."

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jillian Conley

    offers sound advice, but i didn't end up reading the whole thing. offers sound advice, but i didn't end up reading the whole thing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    So far, I'm bored. I thought this book would be funny, but it's a genuine self-help book. I'll prob stop reading it. So far, I'm bored. I thought this book would be funny, but it's a genuine self-help book. I'll prob stop reading it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    A great little book for every singal gal to read! No more wasted time or energy.Get more in your head girls and save the heart for when and with whom it really will matter. ;-)

  16. 5 out of 5

    LeoVai NuChai

  17. 5 out of 5

    Brooke

  18. 5 out of 5

    Liz

  19. 5 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

    Chinet Bernier

  21. 5 out of 5

    Karen

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

  23. 5 out of 5

    Brooke Kennon

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

  25. 5 out of 5

    Yasodhara

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mika

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cheyanne Farr

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tina

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Doyle

  30. 5 out of 5

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