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How to Date Young Women: For Men over 35 Paperback – July 1, 1995

ISBN-13: 978-0962067150 ISBN-10: 0962067156 Edition: Revised

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Steel Balls Pr; Revised edition (July 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0962067156
  • ISBN-13: 978-0962067150
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (253 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #726,841 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Steele pulls no punches as he explains how to attract the young, from dress codes to actions. The honest approach and advice are unusually solid and explicit, from sex and the young woman to analysis of her real motivation to step-by-step courting scenarios, with emphasis on strategy based on understanding. Men interested in a no-holds-barred approach will find this book unique, one of the most refreshing guides available. Women not involved in defining chauvinist behavior will learn a lot, too. -- Diane Donovan, Chicago Tribune, July 18, 1992

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45,000 copies sold to date. Absolutely guaranteed money back no questions asked. Steele has been on Montel Williams, Jenny Jones, Jane Whitney and Danny Bonaduce TV shows and done over 200 radio interviews.

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The book is entertaining, but very informative.
fmm@i-55.com
This book tells what young women look for in the men they would like to date.
A customer.
The techniques I learned from Don Steele helped me every step of the way.
S. Slatten

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74 of 97 people found the following review helpful By et on March 12, 2001
Format: Paperback
Most of the five star ratings here are a HOAX, artificially boosted by the author's groupies per his instructions to his small band of followers. Steele's books I & II are essentially inferior copies of the best seller "A Man's Guide To Women," which much more clearly explains the concepts of dating women of ALL ages. "A Man's Guide To Women" was written in 1983, four years before Don Steele made his far weaker anecdotal version. Many of the lines are so close it's just TOO obvious. eg 1) p8 AMGTW: "I make myself the catch." p69 HTDYW 1: "I'm the catch here not you..." eg 2) p48 AMGTW: If a girl ever blocks advancing the relationship by saying "No let's just be friends," say, "No, I have lots of friends. See you later." p217 HTDYW 2: Just say "I have plenty of friends." And the list of parallels go on and on and on...
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69 of 93 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 21, 2001
Format: Paperback
Born before the attack on Pearl Harbor, this old-timer turned 18 when Eisenhower was President. John White, who writes under the name of R. Don Steele, should stick to his prunes and oatmeal instead of handing out hilariously outdated advice. Stuff like "a man is in control because he pays for the date" is not only wrong, it shows how his dating ideas were formed in the 1950s. In the first two pages of Vol. 1 he begins a familiar practice of ridiculing African-Americans and how they speak (he disrespected several minority groups in a Jan. 2000 LA New Times interview), yet we are supposed to believe he had a hot and heavy fling with an African-American female young enough to be his daughter. Later in Vol. 1, he lists certain youthful females an older man should not attempt to date, John White (Steele) would have you chase after relatively unattractive, uneducated, bisexual, flat-chested girls. White (Steele) repeatedly asserts how a woman is not really an emotionally mature until she is 30. No one else makes such a silly observation. White (Steele) would have his followers lead a peculiarly joyless existence of hitting on coffeshop waitresses and trailer park trolls. Please do not let the relative scarcity of dating books written from the man's point of view to make you give this guy a look , White (Steele's) body language book is a particularly weak effort, reflecting how he has faded. Vol. 2 of his Dating Young Women series is merely a rehash of Vol.1, just an excuse to get more of your hard-earned dollars. Notice how about half of the 5 star reviews read suspiciously alike. Stay away from John White's stuff.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 8, 1999
Format: Paperback
Are you a nice guy who's sick and tired of striking out with women, over and over? Does it drive you crazy when you see jerks with beautiful women eating out of the palms of their hands? Do you want to know what it is that makes him attractive, and you not? And most important, are you ready to do something about it? If you are, then get HTDYW by R. Don Steele!
First off, Steele immediately explains why such nonsense advice as "be nice", and "just be yourself", never works. Then he explains which qualities women of all ages instinctively look for, and must have, in a man. Steele shows you how to look. How to talk. How to understand "her". How to find, date, and mate with "her". And just as important, Steele tells you what NOT to do, so you don't keep making the same mistakes over and over again.
Steele writes like a drill sergeant on a sacred mission. To help guys reclaim their manhood, and relearn the "politically incorrect" mating skills that have always worked since the beginning of time. But HTDYW is also quite funny, and Steele is brutally honest about his failures, as well as his successes.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 17, 2003
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This is a perspective-changing book! It describes, and substantiates, that successful man-woman relationships require the presence of a MAN who looks and operates like a MAN as opposed to an unattractive, needy, and ambivalent male. The book continues to develop this concept to illustrate how men aged from about 35 y.o. up to maybe even 60 y.o. possess the traits of a MAN which immature, inexperienced "boys" almost never possess and which younger women have been seeking, often unsuccessfully. And the book continues further to describe how the traits of these MEN are naturally intriguing and attractive to what younger women seek in fulfilling relationships. Men learn, and understand, how to be as attractive to young ladies as young ladies are to men older than them. Contrary to what many people probably expect, this book details how men can cultivate unhurried, honest, friendly, and respect-based relationships with women fueled by mutual male-female attractiveness! Most men will need changes to develop into MEN, but the book talks the reader through the changes needed for a man to become a confident and relaxed hu-MAN continuing to develop into a MAN. This book instructs in life-changing practices, so be prepared to invest yourself towards change. However, the book describes how to realize, and enjoy, good results in the short term as you work towards even better results while you continue changing yourself for the better as you along "the Shining Path"! Read this book again and again and again, with highlighter in hand . . . you continue learning even when you've read it for the eighth time . . . with this book, reading and doing IS believing!
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