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How to Deal with 21st Century American Women: Co-Creating a Successful Relationship Hardcover – September 9, 2013

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Frosty Wooldridge graduated from Michigan State University. He is an environmentalist, mountain climber, scuba diver, dancer, skier, writer, speaker and photographer. He has taught at the elementary, high school and college levels. He has skied, backpacked, sailed, windsurfed, raced triathlons, snowboarded and more all over the planet. He has bicycled 100,000 miles on six continents and nine times across the United States. His feature articles have appeared in national and international magazines for 30 years. He has interviewed on NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, FOX and 150 radio shows. He offers "Spirit of Adventure" greeting cards on his website. Each card depicts some moment around the planet accompanied by a vignette that describes the picture. You may enjoy a one hour DVD video as Wooldridge presents it in front of a live audience on "How to live a life of adventure" Visit: www.HowToLiveALifeOfAdventure.com for more information. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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  • Hardcover: 258 pages
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse (September 9, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1481743376
  • ISBN-13: 978-1481743372
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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By Donald A. Collins on November 17, 2013
Format: Paperback
After 60 years of matrimony, roughly divided into 3 marriages of 20 years apiece, one doesn't have to be too bright stand in awe of the wisdom about straight male/female relationships.

This is not a research treatise designed to qualify this author and his unnamed co-author. To that i can shout only "Thanks".

They segment the book's multiple short chapters into points to make with convincing stories and like direct mail appeal letters they don't mind being at times replitious just so YOU get it.

That is all of YOU of every age, from testosterone empowered, penus driven teen to trophy wife chasing guy in the usual mid life crisis to old boys trying to pretend you are still able to attact and conquer.

On this latter point, conquest is really being about to make things work between you and the object of your affection, which of course does not always mean marriage. There are certainly constructive partings and divorces after which you can, if you follow these authors' advice, come out smarter, better and less poor!

I love their copious use of quotes at the chapter beginnings too.

Hey, I love this book and know a bunch of men of all ages who could benefit from its wisdom, so I did the most appreciated thing an author can wish for and bought 5 copies for Christmas presents.
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I sit here flipping through the pages of How to Deal with 21st Century American Women, back to front, at a speed that would animate Mickey Mouse if he were drawn on every page. And I'm amazed. Because, you see, there are no such drawings; there are, instead, only my futile efforts to capture all the wisdom and BEST doses of clear logic and common sense contained in those pages by highlighting them with a fluorescent-yellow magic marker. Thus the title and thus the blinding yellow glare.

There is wisdom in this book, folks. Not the kind that comes from some new, multi-million dollar piece of research, but the kind we SHOULD already have and, instead -- through selfishness ,rationalization and pride -- ignore or relegate to some dark, unobtrusive corner of our mind. Well, Frosty makes these gems IMPOSSIBLE to ignore. Better yet, through charm and wit, he makes us determined to FOLLOW his and our own best advice. He makes us want to be more honest with ourselves . . !

I guess what I'm trying to say here is that Frosty makes common sense MAKE sense -- which is not to say there's any lack of new ideas, new perspectives here as well. There were dozens of times, while reading, that I actually placed the book in my lap, briefly, and thought, "Hmmmm, I never thought about it THAT way before . . ."

With HOW to Deal with 21st Century American Women: Co-Creating a Successful Relationship we've been given the tools
(and by the way, the book could just as easily have been titled HOW TO BE THE BEST, MOST FULFILLED 21st Century PERSON YOU
CAN BE). What's more, we've been given the motivation, by one of the best motivational speakers and writers in the country.
Now it is up to us; no excuses.

As for me, there is so much yellow, so much yellow . . .
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If I were 18 years old again, I'd hope I had the good fortune of finding this book, and the good sense to read it. It is one of the most powerful books I've read on the topic, with some writing that challenges some of the best ever written.

There's more wisdom in this book than most men will experience in the whole of their romantic lives. Most men have no clue as to what is happening to change forever the game of seeking, desiring, and courting women--but that doesn't prevent it from happening. And happening it is. Today's woman is breaking free of the restraints placed upon her by her parents (especially her dad), her husband, and her workplace, and in the process, is changing these people and institutions forever. This book provides a new, and valuable understanding of the challenging landscape we call "relationship."

Written with a degree of honesty and common sense rarely found in books about "affairs of the heart," the authors pour out their guts, stained with the blood of their injuries and failures with women, to the lofty sweetness of their successes. The reader is left wondering, "God, that seems so simple. Why didn't I think of that?"

But this book doesn't just talk about the 21st. century woman, in fact, that isn't even the bulk of the book. What is truly valuable in this brilliant work, is the direct and honest evaluation of the 21st. century man! Here is what you need to know if you ever find yourself "back in the game." Even if you are happily married or otherwise committed, this book provides the insight of a Yogi to single and married men alike.

Bottom line: What does a 21st. century woman want? Answer: A 21st. century man.
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