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I Suck at Relationships
"I Suck At Relationships So You Don't Have To"
Bethenny Frankel offers her knowledge and guidance on dating and relationships. Learn more | More in Self-Help
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I Suck at Relationships
"I Suck At Relationships So You Don't Have To"
Bethenny Frankel offers her knowledge and guidance on dating and relationships. Learn more | More in Self-Help

Product Details

  • Paperback: 129 pages
  • Publisher: Remington Pubns (September 1, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0970171307
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970171306
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 6.2 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,431,722 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Over 20 years of experience in the worlds of business, dating, and relationship, sales and marketing, psychology, and 13 years of research give Dennis a unique perspective on men’s relationships with women. In addition to starting and building a number of successful businesses, he has also held positions on numerous boards and committees, and has proven his dating and relationship techniques in the toughest of markets—Southern California. Now, his experience can be yours!

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22 of 29 people found the following review helpful By mark bednarski on October 10, 2001
Format: Paperback
After years of getting my butt repeatedly kicked by women in relationships and not really having the types of relationships I wanted or that women wanted to have with me I found Dr. Neder�s book �Being a Man in a Woman�s World�. Dr. Neder provides a fresh and realistic look at male female relationships based on what really happens and what really takes for both sexes to feel fulfilled and happy in a relationship. Rather than spinning some politically correct view based on unrealistic and idealistic principles that continue to prevent either sex from finding true happiness he provides a real world understanding to which all of us can easily relate. He details all the required steps from the initial meeting, to the first phone call, to the first dates, how to get to the bedroom and beyond in a clear and easy to apply manner.
After reading his book I was finally able to understand and put in perspective virtually all of my previous relationships with women and discover why and where they either succeeded or failed. His book made me realize the importance of setting standards for what the man should and should not accept in a relationship with a woman. This one aspect alone has taken me into the highest echelons of success with women than I could previously imagine. Now I am able to have the types of relationships where I feel positive about myself and never feel like I am giving up anything at my own expense. The women I now date feel more at ease and are able to share themselves freely and respond to me the way they have always secretly desired. Consequently I believe that Dr. Neder�s book and ideas contained within are useful for both sexes and I highly recommend that all men and all women that truly want to have happy, fulfilling, healthy and long lasting relationships should read.
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16 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 6, 2001
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This book is a great resource for men to unravel some of the mysteries of modern dating. It's straight-talking, somewhat sarcastic, sometimes funny and often challenging. Don't expect a pile of quick witticisms and pickup lines to use at the local bar from this book. It's more meaty than that. In fact, there are many goal-setting exercises which guide the reader into understanding his own wants, needs and desires and provides him with a framework from which to understand the (many) relationships he will experience in his search for an ideal mate. Dr. Neder applies psychology, sales, marketing, commen sense and uncommon candor throughout this excellent title. He also provides many ideas on how to deal with particular situations (I especially liked his section on handling objections from women -- I've used a couple of these and... they work!). Well... the ideas in this book all work, which is why I think it's very well worth the price you pay.
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17 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Lightning Rider on April 4, 2001
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This is the best book I have read about this subject. And I have read a lot of books and e-books about this subject!
Definitely 5 stars for me. Don't waste money on anything else..
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15 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Robert F. Jaffe on December 2, 2001
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It's interesting that the only negative reviews of this book are both unsigned. Could both of those reviewers be female?
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Dr Neder does an excellent job of giving precise how-to advice to men beginning their dating life or who are unsuccessful in their relationships with women. He does advocates respectful conduct from men toward women and respectful treatment of women toward men. He advocates clear expectations and fully informed decision making on who your partner should be. Some may find his advice about dating dozens of women questionable. I do too, but one needs to think of the reasons he advocates that. The section about finding your ideal match and describing that person is alone worth the cost of the book.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Thayer on March 9, 2009
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I found this book to be useful both in terms of preparing a distinct strategy for finding a mate, and for understanding men from a very unique point of view.

Following Dr. Neder's suggestions, I decided to have coffee with one new man a week until I found a keeper, and that was exactly what I did until a little over three years ago when I met my current guy. I've never been happier with a man, and I really feel like I have Dr. Neder to thank for it. For the first time in my life, I felt the authority to discard unsuitable men.

From this book I learned that it was not my responsibility to accept whoever happened into my life and rescue him, but until then I didn't even know the language to "next" a man. Women, listen up: Oddly enough, there is nothing more alluring to a man than dumping him, or giving him the sense of serious impending dumpage. That's actually in the book, not quite in those words, though.

Now let's talk about the misogynistic lothario thing. Dr. Neder never advises specifically that a man should play the lothario to dozens of women at the same time, but he doesn't say that a man shouldn't do that either. It all depends on what you want for yourself, and his frank acceptance of whatever that might entail is quite refreshing. My goal was quite traditional: I wanted to find and marry a good man. Neder says that each person should determine his (well, it's written for men) goals in a clear-cut way and then set a definitive strategy in order to achieve them. He also claims that women don't want to be in charge of the relationship, something that a few women have balked at, and they assume that Neder is suggesting that women are inherently incompetent or not capable of assuming a leadership role. I don't think so.
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