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  • Paperback: 116 pages
  • Publisher: Leslie Braswell (March 18, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0615790852
  • ISBN-13: 978-0615790855
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,136 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Leslie Braswell is the author of Ignore the Guy, Get the Guy: The Art of No Contact - A Woman's Survival Guide to Mastering a Breakup and Taking Back Her Power. She lives in Texas with her family.

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Leslie Braswell is the Author of Ignore the Guy, Get the Guy: A Woman's Survival Guide to Mastering a Breakup and Taking Back Her Power. She lives in Texas with her family.

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Great advice and an easy read!!
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I highly recommend it and I've read quite a few books on this topic.
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I read this book in two days I was so intrigued.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Life Student on July 18, 2013
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I just went through a pretty rough patch with a man I thought cared about me where I was easily set aside when anything else interesting came up. (Huge red flag I know now) I would justify this because I was so desperate to keep someone around.

Ignore the Guy, Get the Guy was the compassionate and educational reminder that a relationship should be about honoring the other person in action and rejoicing in their unique company. (I believe, by the way that is true and applicable to both sides of the relationship) While the title does sound a bit like it is about playing games - I decided to get it based on others reviews. I am glad I did.

First off - you should know this book is strictly about handling neglectful treatment, and the 'break up' phase of a relationship only (which might be overlooked by the fact that the title itself is so long). This isn't about dating in general. For this you will want to look elsewhere. (For this I can initially recommend The Tao of Dating: The Smart Woman's Guide to Being Absolutely Irresistible for its wonderful insight into covering the difference between guy and bad guy behavior and indicators and more importantly, how bad guy behavior can be misperceived at first and why it is initially attractive - although I am not finished with the book yet, this was well worth the price alone. Or Why Men Love Bitches for understanding why you need to honor yourself (of course in a healthy way that is respectful to all) to be respected by him.)

The beauty of this book is that it reminds you that first and foremost, a man is attracted to you for the qualities that you had at the beginning of the relationship and all that you had going on then.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Donna Huey on October 3, 2013
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Great advise for every woman who has been to eager to please. It is not just for break-ups! I just wish I had read this book 30 years ago. Another good one giving similar advise is "Why Men Love Bitches". The titles are catchy, but they are just to get you interested. The content is well worth reading. It is not "man-hating", but learning how men think/act. I found both books entertaining and enlightening. It is painful at times when you are reading the list of "things not to do", and you have done everyone of them.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Big Sexy Deb on February 15, 2014
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So far this is true. I've been ignoring Mr. EX and doing ME. Mr. EX has called but I blocked his #. He texted me as if he is
Concerned about my safety.....I didn't reply. Yesterday was Valentine's Day, I got a Happy Valentine's Day text. As the book
state no response needed and no response was granted. After reading.......this book is teaching me PATIENCE! Which I have none of. I'm starting to enjoy the chase after me and not ME chasing the guy. It's FUN BEING THE BOSS IN MY LIFE. I never realized I HAVE that much control over a MAN.

THANK YOU.....THANK YOU......THANK YOU.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Keeper on February 13, 2014
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In the throws of a devastating breakup, feeling like I was hit in the head by a 2x4, I knew I didn't want to do what I did once before. Which was all that the author warns NOT to do. text, email, call, snail mail, you name it I was the poster child for what NOT to do.

This breakup made me, confused, pissed off, hurt, embarrassed for allowing it to move as fast as I had & letting people close to me know I had met THE GUY. HOLY SH#!

With his assurance that there was nothing to be afraid of, he loved me, nothing was going to change. Well… something changed. Overnight - in an email! "we should go our separate ways!" HA?!!!

I don't know if he will ever come back to me because of the advise in this book that I have and will continue to apply. That is left to be seen. More importantly, I know how to move forward. I feel better, a lot better.

I have less overwhelm and more confidence because of reading this book, and I am sure that I am going to be just fine, better than fine :) Thanks Leslie. Honestly. xxoo
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful By May Hunt on June 12, 2013
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Although the book is a light read, it packs a punch. The title may make it sound like you have to play games to get a guy back, but this book is anything but about playing games. The basic messages I got from this book is 1.) That if you aren't being respected and valued in the manner that you deserve, than he does not deserve any (and the author clearly explains what any is) attention from you at all. 2.) It is not our job to make the relationship work. We can just accept what he has to offer or reject it. If we accept his bad behavior, we will get more of the same. My only complaint about this book is that the author does not address what to do if you are living with a guy who is not giving you what you want. I think she should have mentioned that living with a man before marriage is a bad idea for the very reason that it makes it really difficult to ignore him when he is not giving you what you deserve, which may very well be a marriage proposal.
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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Susan Frank on July 25, 2013
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I wish I would have read this for the ex before the last. I did everything wrong!! He must think I'm a total wimp and he's now got an even bigger ego. This time, I'm doing it right. I sensed "more recent Mr Ex" was cutting me out slowly and painfully. So I confronted him calmly, said yeah of course we can be friends and said goodbye. I followed with a text about something important but added how much better I felt now that things were all out in the open. He said I can call him anytime. It's been less than a week but I have not called, I have not texted, I have been falling apart at home and I'll get over it. I wrapped up the four pairs of his boxers and a check for $300 that he had lent me for moving. I haven't moved but when I do, it won't be with the help of his cash! I did not add any note. Just the underwear and check. While I'm a wreck wondering if he'll feel I'm being a bitch or maybe he'll be relieved. I hope for the first scenario, but if not so be it. He doesn't deserve me and and its great I'm gone. Especially when I wake up in a few days with no tension and realize I lost nothing.
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