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Thanks for that fabulous home-cooked meal! When you appreciate and elevate others, they light up. And because we're hypersocial, empathic beings equipped with mirror neurons, YOU light up, and everyone notices: Who is that glow-in-the-dark girl? Now, you've got a crowd gathered around you. And instead of coming from a place of lack or need, you're coming from abundance, joy, and choice.
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The content is intelligent and compassionate and enriching far beyond anything to do with dating. In essence, this book somehow, magically, alchemically, brings you back to yourself. Everyday TV and other media specialize in portraying women as cheap and disposable. This book is the antidote. Just by reading it, one is restored to one's own heart. I can think of no better praise. Thanks to this specific book, I went from having a nonexistent dating life, with empty weeks stretching ahead, to being booked every night of the week The results were dramatic: I now feel like I have my pick of the litter with a slew of fabulous guys who all clamor for my attention.
Why I wrote this book: When I was an advisor at Harvard, I noticed that smart women like yourself were having unfulfilling love lives on an epidemic scale. They either couldn't find the right guy, were with the wrong guy, had relationships that didn't last, or had given up on dating entirely.
I wrote this book to remedy the situation. This is not your grandma's dating guide. Partially because I'm not your grandma, and partially because the 21st century poses unprecedented challenges to the modern woman. Is there time for love within a high-powered career? And nowadays, lots of guys are less educated and affluent than you. I give you tips on how to handle all that. This is a heart-centered, science-based, practical guide to finding fulfillment in your love lives and far beyond, all through a series of small, simple steps that put the fun back in dating.
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I dislike self-help books.
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I find them indulgent and a bit ridiculous. I also feel like I don't need them. However, I picked this one up and read it cover to cover in about 3 nights. It is easy to read, appeals on a number of levels, both simple and straightforward all the way to the more spiritual and meditative levels There are bits and pieces that everyone, at any level, can take from this book.
The author really seems to care about about the happiness of others, and it comes out in his writing. I liked this book. I admit to liking a self-help book. And I also admit that i'm not perfect and absolutely need help in more areas than I want to delve into And changing myself will allow the rest of my world to change I've already be consciously putting some of his "exercises" to work in my day-to-day life Do yourself a favor and read this book. It's really worth your time!
All smart, attractive women who want to be in a fulfilling relationship but aren't. I read this book 2 years ago and have since bought copies of it for six women I love, including my mother, sister and girlfriends, which sets a personal record that I doubt will be broken by another book. That may be the highest recommendation I will ever bestow on a non-fiction book, in part because it enabled me to reconsider a guy I rejected with new eyes. The book is not perfect, but it helped me see the things that matter, the things that make a guy a "Good Guy", that I can't establish with I read this book 2 years ago and have since bought copies of it for six women I love, including my mother, sister and girlfriends, which sets a personal record that I doubt will be broken by another book.
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The book is not perfect, but it helped me see the things that matter, the things that make a guy a "Good Guy", that I can't establish within a first date or a resume scan. My notes on what I got out of each chapter: When dating, we should be looking for the feeling of fulfilment, not at the person and his "credentials". This section gets a little New-Age-y, I skip this on re-reads. As one of many feminists reading this book, after a lifetime of rebelling against an Asian mother's pleas for me to be more obedient and compromise my career for the sake of my future child-rearing duties, I similarly resisted Dr.
Binazir's characterization of Yin feminine and Yang masculine qualities. But after the first instinctual emotional reaction, I'll leave it to you to decide whether he ultimately makes sense. If I had a physical copy of this book, this chapter would have the softest, most frayed-edge pages drenched with highlighter ink.
BE 6 Beliefs 7 Attitudes This section is about cultivating your mind and disciplining your behaviour, keeping yourself happy and fulfilled with or without a man. Skip if you're already pretty happy with yourself and don't have body image or other self-esteem issues. The five masculating gifts this is itself a gift from Dr.
Binazir , and When is the right time to have sex with him? Connect at 3 "chakras" for a lasting relationship: You must have all 3, do not settle for 2 out of 3. More a book about general Taoism than dating, but I actually appreciated it. Now, off to find me some boys! I ordered the "Tao of Dating" while still recovering from an abusive relationship which took me almost 3 years to get over.
I had noticed that I didn't trust my instincts anymore about identifying a good man and how to build a healthy relationship. It's hard to understand or even explain why one is attracted to the "bad guy" especially if it's not that obvious in the beginning, and then, how I got so deep into this wrong relationship to the point that I didn't even notice how I was being manipula I ordered the "Tao of Dating" while still recovering from an abusive relationship which took me almost 3 years to get over.
It's hard to understand or even explain why one is attracted to the "bad guy" especially if it's not that obvious in the beginning, and then, how I got so deep into this wrong relationship to the point that I didn't even notice how I was being manipulated and unable to leave. After leaving, I was so afraid, I came to the point that I gave up on even trying to date or look for a partner at 38 y. However, after reading the reviews on Amazon, I decided to give this book a try. It has helped me a lot. I read it through and then, read it again, started doing the little exercises and incorporating the ideas into my daily life.
I truly can say, it has changed me. It has changed my perspective on and expectations of relationships in general. I got a clear picture of what type of relationship would bring me fulfillment and what type of person I should be looking for. The guidance is comprehensive and the concepts are clear. Shortly after reading this book, I started dating my first "good guy". The relationship wasn't successful, but there was no sense of loss or regret. Overall, it was a great experience and we both gave our best, even though it wasn't fulfilling enough for either of us. This experience was a real good one and helped me further shape my idea of a great relationship and a good partner for me.
I was not in a rush, I was not afraid, I was totally confident that my soul mate would show up when the time was right for me. Indeed, a few months later, I met my soul mate. He was everything what I had dreamed of, and even more. We moved in together and live a loving fulfilling relationship. Until this day nearly 2 years after reading the book! You changed my life. I purchased this book after reading many amazing views from Amazon. Rated the best selling dating book.
Much of the content is digested and regurgitated how to love yourself theories. Whilst I definitely think this is true the book didn't really tell me anything that I hadn't already read from other such books. I soon discovered the reason for the positive reviews from Amazon. The author offers each reviewer that leaves a review on Amazon a 15 minute coaching slot. So who would want to leave a ba I purchased this book after reading many amazing views from Amazon.
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So who would want to leave a bad review knowing that you can obtain a coaching session for nothing. I wouldn't rush to recommend this book. This is one of those books, particularly with that title, that you're almost loathe to add to your reading list just because it's going to pop up on everyone's feed. But a friend of mine got a kick out of and forwarded me one of Dr. Ali's Huffington Post articles on dating for people that are too smart for their own good.
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And I was so impressed with his perspective and tell-it-like-it-is approach e. The overall message is a good one, and the Taoist philosophy really works well here. Finding someone and loving someone should not be a drag or a chore. Trying to force something to work for the sake of it is not likely to go well. And everyone already has everything they need to accomplish that.
As with any self-help, advice-type book, there are going to be parts that resonate and parts that don't, and this one is no exception. There were parts I loved and others that annoyed me so much I actually blacked them out.
I would recommend taking some of the science parts with a grain of salt - at some points Dr. Ali is good at admitting he's taking complex, multi-faceted, on-going research and distilling it into a sound bite but he's not consistent.
Particularly with the gender differences and some of the belief stuff earlier on in the book. And some of the "science" is a bit of a stretch or just plain bad. Case in point, in one exercise you're asked to twist around as far as you can, then IMAGINE yourself being able to twist your torso around and around again, and then repeat, seeing if you can actually twist further the second time. Is it the power of visualization, as Dr. Ali and his "science" suggests, or more that you limbered yourself up by twisting the first time? Ali's description of Taoist philosophy, that is, it was way oversimplified and cursory.
But given Taoism, that either wouldn't make much sense or would be a compliment. So, instead, I'll say that if the Taoist perspective appealed to you I'd recommend searching out Taoist texts and sitting with them. This book is absolutely excellent!! I never thought a book on dating would actually be useful, but this one definitely is. I would highly recommend it to any smart women who's about to head into the world of dating, or has been dating for a while and struggling with the process. Thanks Ali - I think you might have changed my life.
This book is a bit touchy-feely. Some of the exercises that he advises readers to do are a bit out-there. But I guess if it helps you get in touch with your authentic self, then great. It's not the best dating book I've ever read, but it's good. I'd recommend it especially to those who have a spiritual streak or are looking for more off-beat, unconventional advice. I was impressed with how the advice Dr. Different roles are essential to a dynamic relationship.
The power women have to bring light into a relationship, act as a goddess, and inspire men. By mentally wishing happiness upon others, you can completely change your neurology. The men determine the direction of the relationship. The women determine the depth. How meditation will transform your life and your relationships. A great way to tell whether or not you're a good fit for the person you're with is to notice what kind of person you become when you're around the other person. The Magic Question - What's important to you about that? Because if something is inside your comfort zone, it's either something you already have or something so trivial as to be undesirable: So in order to get what you want but don't yet have, you have no choice but to venture outside of your comfort zone.