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  • Paperback: 141 pages
  • Publisher: Axcione Publishing (1 April 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0972016619
  • ISBN-13: 978-0972016612
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 14 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 991,192 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This book is the complete guide to meeting women, approaching them, getting their contact information, asking them out, planning a first date, having great sex, and building a stronger relationship. The authors, 2 average guys who were pathetic with women until they set out on a mission to better understand women, share everything they learned on their journey. They became friends with numerous girls and now understand everything - from how women want to be approached to what they are looking for on a first date, from what makes them sleep with a man to what makes them stay in a relationship. Fate and Reil, co-founders of the successful personal advice website, "Make Every Girl Want You", have taught thousands of men how to meet more women, have more sex, and build stronger relationships.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Book fan on 17 Dec. 2006
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The gist of this book is to smile and be nice to women.Women in the real world however are strongly attracted to : famous /notorious men, rich men, handsome men, jerks and bastards. All of who provide women with an exciting emotional experience. The later group are tolerated because women believe ( mistakenly) that they can change a man.

Certain sections are laughably bad. There is a transcript of a 'successful' (?) pick up routine which reads like a very dull job interview. The male fires off a list of questions to the female about traffic peaks and flows in different parts of town.The final chapter tops this by recommending that on the first sexual encounter a man insists that he continues performing oral sex on the woman until she comes at least twice. The man should then finish off by having a wank in the bathroom!

Survey after survey state that only a minority of women enjoy receiving oral sex and even less giving it. Yes you may get some BJ s in the first 6 months of a relationship but once you are 'hooked' they will become a distant (happy) memory.

A much much better book is 'How to become an alpha male' by John Alexander. He explains the all too common situation where a girl spends the whole evening discussing the rotten behaviour of the local 'bad boy', she logically agrees with you that she can do much better than that (i.e. with you). What does she actually do ? Following her need for an exciting emotional experience she obviously ignores the 'nice' boy and sleeps with the bastard!
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By JK on 8 Aug. 2004
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As an educated UK male, I found this book pretty awful. While the basic message of CCR (Compliments, Compassion, and Reassurance) is sound enough, the practical examples are very US-based (well the authors are American!) and seemed quite cheesy to me. In my opinion the book lacked depth compared to others I've read, so I'd value it at only a couple of quid at best. In short, a book written by males for males only: I can't imagine a woman liking this book at all - Mary Balfour's book is much better.
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23 of 37 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Nov. 2003
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Just received this book yesterday not really knowing what to expect. I'm an average guy that can get on OK with women and have had 2 long term relationships (4+ years) that have both failed partly because of my lack of understanding. I don't find it easy to talk to women unless there's a reason and even then find it hard to make small talk sometimes. I though that I treated women better than most of their boyfriends/husbands do, just from what they say, but that's no use if you can't get a date. Yes I need help! Whilst reading the first 2 chapters I realized that the points the authors were making I'd applied in most of my 'success' with women without realizing. Both my long term relationships came from the understanding of a womans life at that particular point. And at the beginning of these relationships they treated me like a prince. Now I know where I'm going wrong I should be able to treat future women as princess's. If you're looking for a love 'em and leave 'em lifestyle, forget it, this book ain't for you. Yes it may work short term but long term they'll be some very bitter women after your hide. However if you're looking to meet and bond with a very special women this must be the way to go. Yes it's common sense, but all the best ideas are. Read the book slowly and understand it. Treat it as you would a manual for your car, motorcycle, Hi-Fi, then use the knowledge, you'll be glad you did. When was the last time you *really* listened to what a women had to say? I can't remember that far back. My new attitude starts here!
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Beatles Obsessive on 1 May 2006
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I made a point of purchasing the top five books suggested by Amazon on this subject, and I have to say that this came out on top. The advice is clear, enthusiastic, well-articulated, and it WORKS. After putting the lessons into practice I have a beautiful girlfriend and at least two other interested parties. I can't recommend this book enough.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
COMMUNICATE with women 10 Sept. 2003
By Gregorio Pilopski - Published on
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Let me just tell you that this book stood out among ALL of the books I read. No other book has been realistic for NICE guys. I KNEW I was having a problem communicating with Women. I don't wnat to be a jerk, or play games. I wasn't raised that way. All of the books have tips for playing on biology and blah blah, dominance, cockiness, leadership... [fluff]! This book laid it out- plain and simple how to COMMUNICATE with women! I never consciously tried to play any women. I just read all the books. Every time I got positive feedback, It related to something I read in this book! And like I said all of my action has been "by accident". I am not trying to scheme. I meet a girl I am attracted to and it's like instant success. They are eating out of my hand. i don't know WHY. I just know this book's ideas are churning in the back of mind. I am listening and the girls are going crazy!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
CCR is a good concept, but... 8 Nov. 2009
By D. mckenzie - Published on
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For starters, I have to compliment this book because it actually advocates being a nicer person to attract women, and it does not tell you to do stuff like "negging" or acting "cocky and funny" or any of the other foolish things you are likely to find in other books on this topic. This book actually advocates treating people as people, which is quite rare in this genre. And the authors are spot on correct in their assertion that "jerks" get women because they've got other things going for them. But CCR, ( compliments, compassion, and reassurance) as a dating concept, has two massive flaws:

1.Unless you sincerely care about her as a person, you will never be able to pull CCR off convincingly. If you do care about her, then you don't need CCR because you will do 99% of it naturally.
2.Guys are going to pick this book up and use it like any other layguide and chase around a bunch of women they really don't have a shot with. It's going to bust a lot of guy's bubbles, but women can be just as visual as men when it comes to selecting partners, and if it is just sex, then they are exactly as visual as men. CCR can win you a lot of female friendships, but if she isn't into you physically, then you are going to get no further with her than you will with these other layguides.

I like CCR as a concept, but I don't think it is very useful as a dating strategy, because if you have to fake it, you are going to blow it, and if you're genuine, you don't really need it. But the good thing about this book is that it can help put a lot of guys into the right, positive mindset about women by reminding them that women are people too with their own feelings and needs. Most books on this topic tell men all the wrong things and simply furthers their slide into misogyny and loneliness.
On the surface, you would think that being a nice guy to women would be common sense when you want to get dates, but a lot of men reject this notion, because men mean something very different when they say "nice guy" than women do. Men look at life though a prism of competition - that's why guys love sports. But you don't win by being nice to the other team - being nice will get you stepped on and walked over in any competitive environment. "Nice guys" might appear nice on the surface since they don't assert themselves, but on the inside many of them are actually very angry embittered people. These are the guys who buy into all this manipulation and seduction: in the mind of the bitter lonely guy, he's simply getting even with all the women who have been screwing him over.
Of course, not all of life is a competition, and men will be far healthier if they stop looking at dating and sex as some kind of competition. That's why I like this book - the program isn't very useful in the sense that the authors claim it to be, but the information on what you should be working on to make yourself more attractive is tons more useful than any of the other nonsense you're going to find in other books. No, this stuff won't land you a bunch of supermodels, but if you and some other guy are on equal footing competing for the same girl, and you are following CCR while he is being an idiot and following the mystery method, you are going to come out on top.
17 of 22 people found the following review helpful
What, I say what were they thinking 9 Feb. 2006
By BA Barockez - Published on
Format: Paperback
I ordered this book with high hopes that the elusive girl over the cube wall would be mine 4ever. When I got home and open the box and finally got my hands on my prized purchase, I couldn't wait for the mysteries to be unlocked. With a one star rating you may already know where the review is going. I tried to follow in Oscar's footsteps but apparently my feet were too small and I got off on the wrong foot. I used the three different angles they laid out and to say it didn't work would be an understatement of epic proportions. Not only did it not work with the hottie over the cube wall but failed with the un-hottie in the mailroom. I can only say that I was devastated by the claim that it would work even for a pathetic guy like me. In closing, I would say that if you're trying to get the girl of your dreams or for that matter a date with a girl in the mail room this is not the book for you.
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Seems a bit pricey for the quality. 8 Oct. 2003
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Paperback
Frankly, I expected more for my money than I got with this book. The quality of the book itself is rather poor considering the price.
While I agree with some of the content, there are a few areas that are downright ridiculous. Of course many women want everything... and good luck to them all.
Overall, there is good and practical advice to be found here. At a lesser price the book would be a great buy; at the inflated price it's simply a decent buy.
18 of 24 people found the following review helpful
This isn't where to go... 1 Feb. 2005
By David Hamilton - Published on
Format: Paperback
If you want a true guide on how to make women want you sexually, then check out David DeAngelo's EBook Double your Dating or go to [...] The latter is free so I'd recommend that the most. Those are the true resources you should use for how to pick up women. Not this overpriced drivel.
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