Men and women should avoid this book like a blind date with a cold sore, and libraries can pass.
By contrast and in keeping with the excellent For Dummies treatment of complicated subjects, psychologist Browne's book offers a professional, insightful, and very readable examination of dating.
Once you match with a guy, it’s up to you as a woman to shoot your shot. A good girlfriend of mine is now married and a mom thanks to CMB.
If you’re ready for mature dating situations, this is def where you need to be.
Browne covers every aspect of the basic mechanics of dating in the 1990s, from making your own personal inventory to help you discover who you are and what you want, to finding appropriate people to date, to actually conducting dates at various stages of relationship development.
Nothing seems to be missed by Browne: she tackles breaking up, sex, and even the darker sides of dating, like rape and stalking.
It was the hardest yet easiest decision I have ever made.
I moved away from everything I knew to be with her. It was now approaching year 10 and the wedding was bearing down on me.
While some might think that the "humor book" caveat makes everything okay, the overall Beavis-and-Butthead approach to the subject, which is, less dating and more sex in these authors' minds provides little in the laughs department.First off, I accept that lots of guys think dating = pursuing women, which is a bad thing.I don’t, for me dating is sex, I like sex and I’m not going to give it up, so I adopt a strategy that gets me the sex I want at minimal hassle.I should also state up front, and freely admit, I am a male slut.Now, before you start going off on what a skank she obviously is, and indeed what a skank I obviously am, think on this…