Nagging Gets You NOWHERE!
One of my favorite sections in my book "A Woman's Guide to Understanding Men: Dating Secrets Most Women Don't Know," is the chapter on nagging. So many women nag men (and everyone else in their lives) thinking they are helping the person. They think they are offering good advice. But this often backfires.
Men don't want to hear all the things they are doing wrong. This kind of behavior usually emasculates a man and makes him feel like you're his mother or his boss. Here's an excerpt from my book, which goes more into this important topic:
"Appreciate your man for who he is. Nagging a man doesn’t work. It usually doesn’t change him in the long run. In fact, it may drive him further away. If you’re dating a man with an unbearable characteristic, it would be better to break up.
Sometimes letting things roll off your back is difficult, so you may need to do inner work. You must create your own fairy tale. Realize that no man is going to be your savior. You need to do the work to love yourself.
Even when you meet Mr. Right, you can’t expect him to make you happy all of the time."
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK:
"If you want to know what men really want and to mesmerize Mr. Right, buy this book now! A Woman's Guide to Understanding Men will take you into the inner workings of the male mind so you get fabulous results!" - Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, authors of the New York Times bestseller The Rules
I give smart successful women tools to weed out time-wasters and teach them how to find their Mr. Rights.