Don't Text That Man! A Guide To Self Protective Dating in the Age of Technology [NOOK Book]

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Rhonda Findling, author of the bestselling and internationally acclaimed Don’t Call That Man! A Survival Guide To Letting Go has written a new book to help women during their dating journey in the millennium: Don’t Text That Man! A Guide To Self Protective Dating in the Age of Technology.

Don’t Text That Man! will empower you by offering deeper insight into men's minds to ...
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Don't Text That Man! A Guide To Self Protective Dating in the Age of Technology

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Overview

Rhonda Findling, author of the bestselling and internationally acclaimed Don’t Call That Man! A Survival Guide To Letting Go has written a new book to help women during their dating journey in the millennium: Don’t Text That Man! A Guide To Self Protective Dating in the Age of Technology.

Don’t Text That Man! will empower you by offering deeper insight into men's minds to determine if a man you are interested in or involved with has the emotional capacity to sustain a grownup, mature, viable relationship.

Packed with invaluable advice, Don’t Text That Man! will teach you how to detach from a man you broke up with or has broken up with you in the healthiest way possible, with your self-esteem in tact. You will learn to cope with obsessive thinking as well as feelings of anger and aggression.

In our fast-paced technological world, women truly need to be smarter and more self-protective than ever before. Don’t Text That Man! will teach you how.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Malignant Men
The Classic Malignant Men Prototypes
The Sexually Ambivalent Man
The Severely Emotionally Avoidant Malignant Man
Why Do Malignant Men Destroy Relationships With Women?
Malignant Men’s Most Popular Psychological Defense
How Did He Get Like This?
Relating to Malignant Men
What To Do If You’ve Been Devastated By A Malignant Man
Detaching from a Malignant Man
Detaching Technologically
Why Acting Aggressive Is Not A Good Idea
Recovery Three To Six Months Later
Why Do I Still Want To Contact Him?
Ruminating
Destructive Thoughts That Disempower You
How To Stop Ruminating And Thinking Destructive Thoughts
Six Months To One Year Later
Closure
Forgiving “That Man”
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Editorial Reviews

Dr. Henry Kellerman
In "Don't Text that Man!" Rhonda Findling has captured the basic psychology of the "malignant man" - the one who will defeat you if you date him. Findling breaks it all down and examines each part of the malignant man's behavior in detail. If you want to know how to protect yourself in such an unfortunate dating situation, then this book is a must. The book is written in a reader-friendly style. To top it off, Rhonda Findling is a superb psychotherapist. P.S. Read her black jack theory and her 1
Jamie Cat Callan
"Don't Text that Man" offers women age-old wisdom for our modern times. French women don't text their man, and neither should you."
Robin Glasser
Don’t Text That Man is perfect for today's technological dating scene, Packed with savvy advice, tips, examples and ideas women can use to avoid getting back with that man who is NOT Mr. Right, this handy-dandy guide is an essential tool for navigating the stormy seas of today's dating scene.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013804944
  • Publisher: NYC Girl Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/10/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 357,936
  • File size: 154 KB

Meet the Author

Rhonda Findling is a psychotherapist and author of the acclaimed Don’t Call That Man! A Survival Guide To Letting Go, The Commitment Cure; What To Do When You Fall For An Ambivalent Man, The Dating Cure, A Jewish American Princess Dethroned and Portrait of My Desire. Rhonda has appeared on national talk shows including CNN Headline News, Ricki Lake, Geraldo, Maury Povitch, Eye Witness News, Good Day New York, Carnie, Ilyana, Tempest and Judith Regan Tonight. She has led workshops and seminars in New York, L.A., Paris, Berlin and London. Rhonda has been featured in the New York Post, Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Newsday, Rocky Mountain News, Cosmopolitan magazine, Latina Magazine, Glamour (UK and Paris editions) Le Progress, Life and Style, US Weekly, Forbes, Femina and Today’s Black Woman.
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