Dr. Kelley, relationship coach, has 30 years of experience (her own, her friends and hundreds of clients) and has discovered the 10 biggest mistakes men make in dating and love relationships. If you haven't been successful in love, you're self-sabotaging. It doesn't matter if your straight or gay, all of Dr. Lyn's suggestions have been proven to work over and over again. She wants you to know them and use them to your advantage. Please...don't go on one more date until you listen to this audiobook!
This is the best, most concise audiobook you'll ever listen to on how to be successful in dating and love. Dr. Lyn tells it like it is - no fluff, just facts - and now it will all make sense. You know women are complicated, but Dr. Lyn will make them simple for you. She'll give you the 10 biggest mistakes that men make that destroy any chance at lasting love. You've probably made most of these mistakes but after you listen to this audiobook you'll stop making them. Follow Dr. Lyn's advice, and you'll get more positive results in dating and love, plus you'll have a lot more fun!
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DAMN she nailed it!
This was perfect for me. and if you listen to the sound advice you will be 200% better prepared. I will be looking for all of the work by this author.
the last 5 chapters where all great
The biggest mistake would be listing to this book
If she had done any research other than her friends or her own experience. Also the book should have been recoded by a professional in a studio.
I am note sure anyone could have done a worse job if they were trying.
The book sounds like she recorded it in her bathroom. I could even hear dogs in the background many times throughout the book. The way she reads the book is very off-putting like she is talking down to you. Her voice is one of the most annoying nagging voices I have ever heard.
None what so ever.
All of her 10 mistakes are common sense. She contradicts herself throughout the book. She continually goes back to what she wants and doesn't want in her own relationships. She said she was writing this when she was getting a divorce and it feels like the whole book is just a rant against men. She actually advises that the reader should buy the TV series "The Millionaire Matchmaker." If you are looking for someone that is a gold digger then that show is for you. She references this show throughout the book. She does not site any studies, research, or data that supports any of her advise and she quotes from other authors a lot. The last 15 to 20 minutes of the book she is reading right from another authors book. This has got to be one of the worst self help books I have ever listen to or read.