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No More Mr. Nice Guy!

A Proven Plan for Getting What You Want In Love, Sex, and Life

No More Mr. Nice Guy!
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This book is for all you nice guys out there who don't think you're getting what you deserve out of love and life! Based on his own experience of recovery from the "Nice Guy Syndrome" and working with countless men and couples for more than 20 years, psychotherapist Dr. Robert Glover presents you with a program of recovery that could be one of the greatest gifts you could give yourself and your loved ones. The "Nice Guy Syndrome" is a belief that if nice guys are good, giving, and caring, they will be loved, their needs will be met, and ultimately they will live a problem-free life. In this book, Dr. Glover teaches nice guys how to stop seeking the approval of others and start living up to their full potential. He explains that by trying too hard to please others and neglecting their own needs, nice guys become frustrated, resentful, and unhappy, and often lash out against their loved ones. Therefore, by trying to please everyone, they often end up pleasing no one. The results begin to show when nice guys begin focusing on themselves and making significant changes in their lives. They actually begin to experience the intimacy and connection with others they have been desperately craving throughout their lives, and they now have the previously unimaginable ability to love and accept love. No More Mr. Nice Guy is not only a guide for men; numerous women will benefit from this book as well. If you have a significant other or close male friend who suffers from the "nice guy syndrome," reading this guide will not only help you better understand them; it could also help you gain new insights about yourself. Once they begin to escape from their "nice guy" habits, your life will be dramatically affected as well, and your relationship is certain to improve. (Alison Cohen)
Barnes & Noble Digital; January 2002
261 pages; ISBN 9780762415335
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