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Would you consider the audio edition of How to Turn a Player into a Stayer to be better than the print version?
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How to Cure a Commitment Phobic -- so you can determine whether or not he's a Player or a Commitment Phobic (or both).
Which scene was your favorite?
She described the guy I'm dating to a tee!
What insight do you think you’ll apply from How to Turn a Player into a Stayer?
Now I know the "red flags" to watch out for.
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I just finished reading this book and just felt I had to write a review. I really like how Dr. Lyn writes in plain and simple terms. I was so sick of being pursued by players that I just completely stopped trusting any man. She explains how to know if they are a player and whether or not they can be changed into a stayer. She explains the difference between players and commitment phobics, and how you have to deal with each of these types very differently. Plus this book is very entertaining (learning how to play their game better than them!). I will definitely use her strategies and I've already shared them with some of my friends who tried them and said they worked.
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Some of the advice in this book is really good. For example, the author suggests being upfront with the man you're dating about what type of a relationship you want. The author suggests to ask the man if he wants the same thing as you. So you can assess if you have the same goals.
One thing I didn't like about the book is that it implies that some "tongue lashing" is good sometimes. I guess the author means that if what you say is a healthy complaint, that's a good thing sometimes because then you can introduce a positive change. You can tell your boyfriend what he can do to make you happy.
Everything else in the book is clear and sounds like good advice. The author explains how to get a player to be interested in you over the long term. I like that the author gives very specific advice.