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How To Get A Boyfriend: Unleash The Secret And Be A Happy Girlfriend

How To Get A Boyfriend: Unleash The Secret And Be A Happy Girlfriend

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by Stephen Williams
     
 
Gone are the days when women can be complacent knowing there are many fishes in the sea. This is no longer the era for the conservatives but a tough competition for the liberated so go out and fish for a boyfriend before you are forced to live on leftovers. There are many fishes, yes plenty out there, but the fishers have outnumbered them. Download this book now and

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Gone are the days when women can be complacent knowing there are many fishes in the sea. This is no longer the era for the conservatives but a tough competition for the liberated so go out and fish for a boyfriend before you are forced to live on leftovers. There are many fishes, yes plenty out there, but the fishers have outnumbered them. Download this book now and find out for yourself.

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ISBN-13:
2940045040020
Publisher:
Stephen Williams
Publication date:
10/22/2012
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How To Get A Boyfriend: Unleash The Secret And Be A Happy Girlfriend 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
CatherinePeters More than 1 year ago
For all the lonely women sitting at home on Saturday nights, this book is Williams’s perspective on snaring that illusive creature called a boyfriend. I am not sure when getting a boyfriend became the prime target of life but it looks like the prevailing sentiment amongst teens and the not-so teens. After all, nobody wants to be the last one leaving the party. A prize catch, presumably, does wonders for the esteem and a good show-off to exhibit to the girls. I found the book a good casual read. The book is more suited to those still in the war territory for boys especially girls in their late teens or twenties who are still learning the ropes of the dating culture and looking for tips and reminders The book does reflect maturity especially if it is targeted at girls who are still facing insecurity issues and a still un-established esteem. The book’s advice in looking deeper than superficial values such as physical attributes is assuring and upping the confidence level. Physical attributes are important as that is the first bell that alerts men but to sustain a relationship it takes more than physical attributes. Otherwise, it is most often, a one-way ticket to boredom. The book, from a man’s perspective, does provide the inside on the things men look for in woman, and how women can capitalize on that information to their advantage. Read this book if you are really looking for that next boyfriend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a guy sooooo what do girls like
tigarpanter More than 1 year ago
Have you woman or girls ever wonder how to get a boyfriend? Since I'm a male, I think I can offer a unique point of view to this dilemma. I'll offer some ideas, thoughts and suggestions to help you get the boyfriend that you want and deserve. I'll also try to you show the men's perspective on dating in this lens. Whatever you've been in the dating scene for a long time, your new to dating or just want a casual relationship and nothing serious, I believe this lens can help you. With a little optimism, determination and courage you'll find yourself the perfect guy. The book is very excellent in the hints and tips that it gives to women. Like questions "How do I get a boyfriend that that I can relate to?’’ "How do I get a boyfriend that treats me well?’’ "How do I get a boyfriend that wants commitment?’’ . Rest certain, if you wanted a manual on how to get a man, by the book of Stephen Williams. How to you get a boyfriend by being approachable is something you must learn if you want to start dating. Men are constantly approaching woman. If you are not being approached by men, then you might be doing something that makes you unapproachable. There are particular settings where guys will stop in their place. Two crucial examples would be: Being with a group of friends: This can be intimidating for a guy, because he feels like he has to awe all of her friends with his humor and wit. The prospect of starting a conversation with the lady he has in mind drops dramatically under this kind of pressure. What you can do to help a guy approach you, would be to separate from your friends briefly. If you’re in a club, for example, go get a drink by yourself. Sit at the bar for a while and wait for someone to ask you to dance. You don't look fun: Guys most likely won't come close to you if you’re miserable looking. You can look sad, mad, stuck up or depressed and your body language will show. There's an easy way to fix this. Smile! Yeah, I'm sure you have heard that smiling works magic, but it's actually very hypnotic body language. A genuine smile almost always produces a positive reaction from some one.
Lucky120 More than 1 year ago
Being alone is no fun, but you have ot remember that there are more women in the world than men. Everyone in the world wants to have someone of their own, but it does not always seem to be that way. I saw this book and wanted to share my views on it since I have a few friends that may need to read it. Stephen Williams writes this book and I have to say that it is a good one indeed. This book will help anyone find that right person they are looking for. He had a lot of hints and tips in this book that many may want to read about. There are other things about this book that you may find good as well. The book is very informative in th3e since that it tells a lot and gives a lot of advice. I have to admit that I was shocked to read this book, because not many are as informative has this one is. Williams wrote a really good book and I would recommend it to all of my girlfriends. If you are someone looking for a boyfriend and you want a little help then I would read this book to get a few hints and ideas. This book will help you find that person or at least write down what you are mainly looking for. I think that this book is really one that you should all read. Williams did a great job writing this book and giving a lot of information that can help women.
RussellG More than 1 year ago
It never fails. Romance is perennially alive and well, and lurks within everyone. All that it seemingly takes to blossom forth is a soupcon of attraction between two individuals at any given time, and voila! The May-to-December cliche survives. However, in the real world, such immediate mutual affinity, while certainly very real, fizzles out more often than not. And so the search for that compatible partner continues. But what defines "compatible"? Does it refer to both partners being diehard Cleveland Browns fans? Does it mean that both enjoy post-Impressionist works of art at a gallery showing, followed by a trip to Starbucks for a mocha latte? Might it allude to either one enjoying the company of the other one's parents and siblings? Granted, such examples comprise a very narrow segment of the American population. As a divorced forty-two-year-old male who has experienced his fair share of the dating scene, I certainly have no monopoly on the perfect date, much less defining the subjective concept of "perfect." However, I can assure you that dating is a numbers game---nothing more, nothing less. It's a crap shoot, and most of the time we fall short---either we don't like something about ourselves or our dates, or our date expresses similar reservations about us. That's where Stephen Williams gets into the act. His book "How to Get a Boyfriend: Unleash the Secret and Become a Happy Girlfriend" asks the question: how does a male author write about the intricate world of dating and all its experiences from a female perspective? Williams seems to arrive at a fairly reasonable, logical approach---since most dating experiences involve the acts of social intercourse on both sexes' parts, following basic dating protocol should be relatively straightforward: be yourself; don't compare past dating experiences to the present ones; make your date feel as if (s)he is the most important person in the world; meet in a public setting for the first few dates; be aware of your surroundings; let others know of your plans for that day/evening; and have fun. In "Boyfriend," the author makes numerous valiant attempts to view the dating process by putting himself in another woman's two-inch heeled pumps. He does express empathy for a woman's collective dating plights; he uses his usual comforting words to reassure women that by following the protocol mentioned in the book and in the previous paragraph, finding a suitable long-term partner with compatible interests, goals, desires, and fears will occur. About the only distraction I observed within "Boyfriend" was a fairly typical male perspective being applied by the author to women: Williams asserts that a woman should fight for the man she wants to date, so that she won't feel "robbed" by other potential female rivals. My admittedly limited understanding of how women communicate and work with other women is that most of them accomplish these goals via communal effort and cooperation. Women are raised in our society to work together and to emphasize communication, whereas most men are encouraged to be competitive in society and strive for individual glory and achievement. The author's basic premise being presented to his female readers in this particular situation seems to encourage confrontation and conflict, and I was a bit uncomfortable with this approach. (Maybe I am in the minority here.) "How to Get a Boyfriend&
Anonymous 10 months ago
U should dare him then rub it in his friends faces and laugh but some times the person u want the most is th one ur best without thats what i told my last boyfriend i loved him but he was a cheater he keeps asking me out againg its so tempting to say yea but i dont
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ask him out and ask him to make sure his friends dont know.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I know a cute boy named John Vail. I like him and he likes me but he pretends he doesnt because his friends dont like me because im smarter more athletic perttier and he likes me. Respond by titling the comment Star Crossed Lover
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Boy advice SUCKS.. i love this girl the loves me back but for sone reason i cant ask her i just freak. So later in class she plays very hard to get but i think its ccute. When we text we kniw what we both want an no it is not s.ex. well let me put this way i not perv. Pep talk. Plz help me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book teachs how to get a boyfrirnd
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Me!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kiss your hand post this on three other books look under your pillow
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Meet new boys dancing and a happy ever after
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
2+2 is fish heart and 22 im sure im not smart either
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book and 2 to 9weeks later i got my own boyfriend and 4months later after i was dating him i got to make out with him and now just 3years ago i had well i think u can figure that out and today im still dating him hes so sweet and hes 17 years old and im 16 years old im really really sexy and hes a high school football player im not that tall about normal size and i have bright blonde hair but people askk me what 2 + 2 equals but i dont know what it equals im not a genious im not sure if anybody knows what it equals
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well if u like the guy have a friend talk to him and if that dosen't work then maybe it was not ment to be:( but hopefully it works and btw i am a twelve year old girl but i set people up all the time:)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hey im 13 and would love to be ur gf im blonde blue eyes 5"3' And u give me ur number ill give u mine<3
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Your name to sorry with email bye
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hi i would love to be ur gf i am 14 to i won american idol last year and sings better than an 18 year old. Kisses him. And a tom boy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What's your phone number
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have a major crush on a guy but i am scared to talk to him or call him what should i do. Reply to poneyboy
Anna_Parchment More than 1 year ago
It&rsquo;s no secret. There are more women in the world than there are men. Men are scarce so don&rsquo;t feel bad if you don&rsquo;t have one. Nevertheless, being alone is no fun. Everyone wants someone to cuddle up to in the night. Everyone wants to have another special person that they share an intimate relationship with. Every woman deserves to have a man. I picked up Stephen William&rsquo;s How to Get a Boyfriend, not because I want a boyfriend, but because I was interested in what he had to say concerning getting a man in your life. The book was very good in the hints and tips that it gives to women. Rest assured, if you wanted a manual on how to get a man, then here is one for you, courtesy of Stephen Williams. The book is very informative, I have to admit that. It tells a lot that we women should know. You would be surprised that most of the things that you thought concerning men, are not true. Also, you would be surprised to know that most of the tactics that you may be using to draw a man to you, may instead be pushing them away from you. Williams tells it from the source and he has packed this book with so much, you will be overwhelmed, in a good way. If you are a woman who really wants to find her other half, then I think this book will be a good one for you to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like a boy i was about to ask him out but i got scared. How do i get over that? And i think he likes me back. And how do u know if a boy likes you
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What about the eleven year olds