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Superflirt Paperback – October 20, 2003
"The Wait" by DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good
A Powerful Practice for Finding the Love of Your Life and the Life You Love | Check out "The Wait".
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More About the Author
She is well-known for her TV shows on sex and relationships as well as her range of best-selling books which have sold millions world-wide.
Tracey has been an agony aunt for ivillage, News of the World, Cosmopolitan and numerous magazines world-wide, has two weekly columns in UK's Closer magazine and her own range of products, developed in the UK with Love Honey.
She has appeared on Oprah, CNN and The Today Show in the US, as well as numerous prime-time chat shows in the UK and world-wide. She was a regular guest on Jo Whiley's show (Radio 1) and continues to contribute to most of the major women's magazines world-wide.
Her TV credits include Hot Love, a 40-part series for Sky One (UK), Hotter Sex (also Sky One, UK), The Sex Inspectors (Ch4 in the UK and HBO in the US), Would Like to Meet (BBC2, UK), Under One Roof (ITV) and Date Patrol (Discovery in the US). The Sex Inspectors was bought and run in many other countries world-wide.
She lives in Notting Hill, London.
Top Customer Reviews
As a man, I've found this informative and the way it is presented it is easy to put this knowledge into practical usage. I suspect it would be equally useful to women. And both men and women who may be sending negative body language unintentionally may have seriously life-improving revelations from this book.
People who are naturally shy in potential dating situations certainly stand to benefit most from this book, but there is ample material for everyone to chew on. Most of her assertions seem to make complete sense, but a couple came across as a tad farfetched to me. Little matter: if any of her tips are true (and I believe the majority are) the book is completely worthwhile.
The book is nicely illustrated, and generally well designed. I have to admit to being a bit put off by some of the multi-colored pages and unusual graphic design in several places which I think make it a bit more difficult to read than was really necessary. I also found it to occasionally be a trifle unorganized, sometimes to the point of needing to flip back and re-read sections. That leads me to my prevailing comment on the book: there is so much technique and information discussed here that I definitely do not feel that I have learned what I needed to from it the first time through. The book requires at least two readings to grasp the essential elements of what the author is trying to get across. I am not implying that it is a boring read (far from it), rather, that there is just a lot of information presented here.
This book does truly help make sense of the actions of others. Whether in a steady relationship or not, this book is an excellent introduction to body language, and I recommend it.
Before this book, my dating history was rich but totally dependant on perfect situations such as college or target rich side jobs during college (try working in concert halls...you can't believe) but I was never any good at cold stranger scenarios. If that's you as well, then read this a couple of times and you we see what I am talking about.
And that's where the trouble starts with love (especially for "nice guys" as I had been for far too long a time): being overtly "nice", accommodating, friendly, serious and unintrusive is equivalent to one thing that will hamper all your efforts of ever attracting a romantic partner: it is plain boring! Not to mention that it's a huge lie: nobody is always nice.
I do love confident, attractive, intelligent, reliable and successful women. But I love them even more if they haven't lost this wonderful and delighting art of playfulness that can turn every man's knees into jelly. The choice between a "giggling girl", and an uptight adult is very easy to take.
Same for men: a relaxed, confident man with a great sense of humor who is still in touch with the "naughty little boy" within himself will always be chosen by the ladies. And they are right about that.
One thing this book can teach you is to rediscover this playful child within yourself, which will flirt with and tease everything in sight - until stupid, uptight adults punish it for its love of life and "teach" it to be "serious".
The last thing you want to hear is people at your grave saying: "Astounding, s(he) has never been so attractively playful!". This book will help you to prevent this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am actually re-buying this book after a friend borrowed it indefinitely. This book gives a wonderful and well illustrated break down of human body language especially in regards... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mistermaker
i think a lot of this stuff is made up by women. bec she contradicts her message a no of times[if feet or hips pointed at you=good; other time=bad-which one is it? Read morePublished 18 months ago by NiQ
Entertaining read and may be just common sense more than anything. However, I'm giving it 3 stars because the binding quickly fell apart in the middle.Published 19 months ago by mom shopper
I read this book in my early 20's and reordered it to brush up on some things! Good book, I recommend it!Published on January 7, 2014 by Chris K.
I never bought this book ! Or at least I don't remember buying it, which is not a good thing!Published on December 14, 2013 by Selina 64
Fun , eye-opening, and oh so true. Really helpful and confidence-building. The techniques and skills described in this book produced immediate positive results.(Published on May 17, 2013 by lkpdvm