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PDF æ BOOK The Tactical Guide to Women Ú [Read] ➳ The Tactical Guide to Women: How Men Can Manage Risk in Dating and Marriage Author Join or create book clubs – Danpashley.co.uk For men love is a high stakes gamble The right woman can be the best part of a mans life and the wrong one can lead to personal and financial ruin In todHips How to reduce the odds of a good relationship going badImpeccably researched and backed by the authors decade of clinical experience The Tactical Guide to Women provides men with desperately needed rarely discussed strategies for finding sanity joy and companionship This is not another book about getting laid This book is about not getting screw This field is littered with desperate idiots like a lot within the 'Red Pill' community Feeding off genuine male frustration and vulnerability This book however is not of that ilk The author is a serious professional with good sound advice and insight Worth your money and time

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Wrong ones at a safe distance Youll discover how to Identify good women of low drama and high character Reduce your vulnerability to women who seem perfect for youbut arent Spot the early warning signs of emotional instabilityYoull also learn Critical techniues for seeing women clearly The most common mistakes that lead men into disastrous relations Fantastic book it tackles issues of yourself you may need to work on as well as highlighting ualities and values you should look for in a potential female partner Honestly this book is not purely for men women would get a lot of valuable information out of this as well It's full of so much valuable information on relationships and clinical viewpoints that I find it hard to imagine many people walking away from this without learning somethingCouldn't recommend for young men as well I'm 22 and I got this for hearing horror stories on marriage Also despite a few grammatical errors it's concise and flows well Making it both easy to digest and uick to read which I mean in a great way

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The Tactical Guide to Women How Men Can Manage Risk in Dating and MarriageFor men love is a high stakes gamble The right woman can be the best part of a mans life and the wrong one can lead to personal and financial ruin In todays climate no man should venture into romance without a reliable risk management strategyThe Tactical Guide to Women delivers a solid plan for allowing the right women into your life and keeping the The book is a uick funny engaging read Shawn Smith is full of fun turns of phrase and anecdotes The title is a bit infelicitous It suggests a smarmy book on pick up artistry The subtitle How Men Can Manage Risk in Dating and Marriage accurately portrays the content which is standard self help relationship psychology from a straight man's point of view I appreciate the book's engagement with the psychological literature many self help books eschew statistically grounded measurements of human behaviorI particularly value the book for its pro male pro female stance Smith is able to discuss important risks of dating and marriage for men diastrously asymmetric legal outcomes in divorce; inaccurate societal assumptions about domestic violence from a positive relationship affirming point of view He takes on these ineuities and toxic feminist worldviews without the angry bitter misogynist tack typical of the Men's Rights Activist or Red Pill communities Smith makes it clear that unabashed masculinity is something healthy heterosexual women seek and cherish in men; this message is lost in politically correct self help books to the detriment of men misled into trying to auto feminize their way to success in loveUnfortunately I didn't find the core of this book Smith's concept of a bright triad of clarity maturity and stability in high uality women to be particularly convincing I found the material to be a mishmash of general relationship skills and some gee whiz material on women suffering from mental illness addiction or personality disorders Maybe better editing would have made this categorization of traits clear At a lower level the copyediting in the book is not great Duplicated sentences missing words and extra words are freuent But I fear that the concept itself may just not be that strong On the topic of general relationship skills I found Gottman and Silver's The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work to be cogently organized and a wonderful read for men and women alikeMy own interest in this book stemmed from my relationship history getting ready to return to dating after two relationships in a row where I poured energy into fine young women who coolly resisted commitment I came away disappointed Before buying this I read Robert Glover's No More Mr Nice Guy It was revelatory to the point of being devastating in unpacking my own contribution to these failures Glover does not say much on how to pick women well so I wanted to know Smith's take on selecting for women with an appetite for commitment Smith has nothing to say on the matter and in fact I struggle to pin down where these ex girlfriends go wrong on his bright triad rubric Further I was hoping for advice on gleaning information about compatibility on a few date tactical timescale Smith suggests waiting a year beyond the initial 12 18 month honeymoon period to emotionally evaluate a prospective partner before making hard to reverse commitments I was disappointed to read that as 25 year heartbreaking roads to nowhere are exactly what I'm looking to head off at the time of writing A couple of those and I'll be suarely middle aged and never married If your past resembles mine a history of failing to find commitment rather than jumping into it with disastrous partners I enthusiastically recommend Glover Glover at least pushes the reader to be a good ender eg to break up uickly and decisively when there seems to be a poor fit That advice is far tactical than anything hereAll told this book is not bad but I feel it does not live up to its promise