The Commitment Cure [NOOK Book]

Overview

Ambivalence (am-biv-e-lens) n. 1. The existence of mixed feelings toward someone or something. Difficulty in reaching a decision.

Ambivalent Man (am-biv-e-lent man) n. Abbreviation: AM. 1. One who exhibits or feels ambivalence toward women. 2. One who plays games. He wants a relationship; he wants to break up. He’s confused, mixed up, inconsistent, and unpredictable. Yet ...
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The Commitment Cure

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Overview

Ambivalence (am-biv-e-lens) n. 1. The existence of mixed feelings toward someone or something. Difficulty in reaching a decision.

Ambivalent Man (am-biv-e-lent man) n. Abbreviation: AM. 1. One who exhibits or feels ambivalence toward women. 2. One who plays games. He wants a relationship; he wants to break up. He’s confused, mixed up, inconsistent, and unpredictable. Yet he’s irresistible and easy to fall in love with . . . and almost sure to cause a broken heart.

The Commitment Cure is the first book to help women figure out what to do once they’ve fallen for an "AM" by helping to demystify the six types of Ambivalent Men and their characteristics. The six types are:

·The Runner
·The Man Who Plays Parlor Games
·The Casual Dater
·The Fling Man
·The Eternal Bachelor
·The Ambivalent Cyber Man

Packed with myriad helpful quizzes, advice, and personal stories of women from the trenches, The Commitment Cure helps women make smart and savvy decisions about when to stick by an AM—and when to kick him to the curb!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013805170
  • Publisher: NYC Girl Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/9/2004
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 623,112
  • File size: 133 KB

Meet the Author

Rhonda Findling (New York, NY) is the author of Don’t Call That Man! For more than nineteen years, she has worked as a psychotherapist, helping men and women with commitment issues. She holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology, and she is a certified rehabilitation counselor. Ms. Findling has conducted workshops and seminars throughout New York and Los Angeles at the Learning Annex, the Seminar Center, Hazelden, and the 92nd Street Y. She has appeared on Ricki Lake, Good Day New York, and Maury Povich.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2014

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    Great little book for those of us who have dated noncommittal men. I now understand why my ex acted the way he did and why I was so confused over his ambivalent behavior. A good wake up call to stay away from these types of men.

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