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In other words, this book is highly appropriate for most therapists, especially those working with couples, relationships, and human sexuality, as well as the clients of those therapists.Perhaps, this is one reason I found to be so engaging. Don't "favorite me," "want to meet me," or "like" my profile. Just because sites have those options doesn't mean you have to use them. Tell me you liked what you saw and read, and make a connection. I will start by putting this book into context and then I will address the content before going into other aspects of the book, such as structure, quality of writing, etc.Certainly not mine, and according to the women in my circles, not theirs either. It's not so much that the gentlemen themselves aren't high quality (though some aren't) -- it's the marketing. I can't wait to meet you and suck those big a-- tit-s you got." ICK! No matter what your excuse is for not writing more, it's lame and a turn off. I can't tell you how many women just don't respond to guys who just write one word.
I happened to get my hands on a copy after a social media discussion I had with the author, in which I stated I was willing to provide an honest review in exchange for a copy of the book. ----- As a coach, I encourage women to "know their brand" of femininity. I am not going back to look at the 100 men who claim they "want to meet me." I will respond to men who actually take the time to write more than "Hi," and introduce themselves as possible suitors.The author, Neil Strauss is a Rolling Stone Magazine journalist, and known for co-authoring books by rock stars such as Marilyn Manson, Dave Navarro from Jane’s Addiction, and Motley Crue.These names will all be familiar to those who were into rock music in the late 80s through the 90s.
At this point, he decides to explore the complete opposite end of the spectrum, and the world of free love, casual sex, and consensually nonmonogamous relationship structures of all stripes.