From Harlan Cohen, the best-selling author of The Naked Roommate: And 107 Other Issues You Might Run into in College, comes Getting Naked, an honest, hopeful guide to getting a date, falling in love - or lust - and finding happiness in love (and in life). With a simple five-step approach to finding the love of your life, Harlan answers the most commonly asked questions from his syndicated advice column, his college tours, his website, and his newest book for Gen Y. He helped a generation make the most of college life, now he’ll help them find the love of their lives.
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Uninformed Pep Talk
This book is only useful as a temporary "feel good" and won't assist anyone in making real change.
The narrator's attempt at clever brilliance was annoying and for most, his ignorance is easily revealed.
It's never the money, it's the time. I optimistically stayed with this book for several chapters before finally giving up. Waste of time.
Too Much Crazy Pep Talk, Good for nothing
somebody with really low confidence and self-esteem
it was all just a ton of hype, he was way too enthusiastic about everything to the point it annoyed me. After about a half hour I decided I just couldn't stand it any more.
mostly disappointment, I was disappointed that his first assumption is I have low self-esteem, and that is all I need to have success with women. I was looking for more constructive comments. Tell me what else I can change.
Most of all, I was just annoyed with his overflowing enthusiasm, and the fact that he basically repeated the same thing a million different ways, never really teaching me anything new.