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Is He Mr. Right?: Everything You Need to Know Before You Commit

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2010

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    A Little Confused About Something

    I have to say, I really don't like the section on sexual chemistry. It seems to assume that you and your significant other MUST have sex in order to determine your sexual chemistry. Well...some of us want to save ourselves until marriage. I think the book did a serious disservice to those who have that conviction. It makes no room for it. It seems to say that in order to have an accurate reading on your sexual chemistry, that you must follow through with intercourse...I DISAGREE! For those who are reading this book, who are saving themselves, and want to guage this chemistry by something other actual sex...1.)does holding hands make you want to be closer to him? 2.)When he hugs you, do you want him to hug you just a little bit longer? 3.) When you cuddle, do you want to press closer to his side? 4.) When you look into each others eyes without saying anything, do you want to kiss him/is it hard to not kiss him? (some save their first kiss too). 5.) If you do kiss him...do you want a little bit more, is it difficult to stop? If you can answer yes to these questions, then even without actually having sex, your sexual chemistry is good. In fact, if you use these for your determinant before acutally having sex with someone, you can save yourself soooooooooooo much pain.

    Another thing...the book bases everything on feelings! Now, feelings are good and all, but they can change, and so can you. Knowing the dementions of chemistry, you and your boyfriend/spouse etc. can decide to improve areas of your relationship where chemistry is lacking. You see, chemistry even is not enough to keep a relationship together appropriately. So, what do you do if you think you have good sexual chemistry, and all the other chemistries and then you get married, and find, that since neither of you have had sex before, the sex chem. goes way down. But! if you work together to teach each other how to "do it" for the other, then you will find the chem. level goes way up. The same works for all other parts of chemistry. If you are willing to DECIDE to improve your chemistry because you love the other MORE than you love yourself and you have decided to do so, then your relationship will change. Now, I don't think this fact has escaped the author, she just didn't come right out and say it. What she did say is that you must have all five in order for it to be right. Well, you have to have most of them at any one given time, as well as the tenacity, determination, and willingness to improve the areas that are lacking. This week it could be sex, next week it could be a break down in respect. These things happen...it is your commitment to keeping your chemistry ALIVE (not performing cpr every single day), that will keep your relationship thriving. Hope this helps bridge some of the gaps in the book. God bless.

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  • Posted April 7, 2009

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    Soooo Negative!

    I was so turned off by this book. The advice it gives is not down to earth or realistic at all. It sees relationships from a terribly unrealistic perspective. Finding the right guy is not about finding someone perfect, with no problems whatsoever in order to have an easy, breezy relationship, its about learning to accept each other with flaws and grow together as a couple. When women seek advice they need information to deal with a real life, living, breathing person. This book pretty much tells you that you either have to bump into prince charming or you'll be in and out of lousy relationships forever. I felt so dissapointed with relationships in general after reading this. She makes it look so hard and it's never gives positive advice. She uses frases like: "If your guy has a personal problem, say bye-bye to him fast". Is that healthy advice? Whatever happened with being there for each other in sickeness and health....? I could go on but I'll just say honestly don't spend your money on this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2006

    Help on Choosing a Mate

    Mira Kirschenbaum has done it again, i.e., written a book with down to earth, concrete, solid information about relationships. She has put her finger on a process that is somewhat undefinable. I plan on giving this book to my daughter to use as a guide when choosing a mate. I wish such a book had been available when I needed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2006

    Great!

    This book shows a lot of concern and love you need to have for the one you want to be with. I say, this book is a great romance guide for the females! I personally think that women can look up to this guide!

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