Dating – the missing manual

Available now:
Dating – the missing manual:
you can attract and keep the woman of your dreams
(if they had taught this in school alongside algebra and French irregular verbs, my whole life would have been different)

Do you have a romantic soul but are rubbish at dating? Then this book is for you.

Cornelius Agrippa used to have big problems with dating. He would admire beautiful women from afar and their smiles destroyed him. He fell in love with women but he had no idea how to even approach them.

Unfortunately like many men he had entirely the wrong approach to this problem. This led him to end up with more than one woman who was not suited to him, because he did not know what he knows now.

By a combination of good advice from friends, observation, practice and learning from mistakes, the author came up with the insights in this book. Insights that got him the woman of his dreams.

This book is the distillation of his experience, and if you take it to heart and put it into practice it will seriously increase your chances of finding the woman who is right for you. You will learn how to maximise your attractiveness to women, how to overcome fear of rejection and how to start conversations with attractive women easily and naturally.

You will become a man with choices and you will not need to settle for less than the woman who is really right for you.

(Also includes vital advice for writers of love poetry.)

Buy now!
Dating – the missing manual (paperback, 130 pages)

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