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Ignore the Guy, Get the Guy: The Art of No Contact: A Woman's Survival Guide to Mastering A Breakup and Taking Back Her Power (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Leslie Braswell

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Being single isn't what it used to be... Now it means you are smart, sexy and selective. It means you have options and do not have to settle when it comes to matters of the heart. You can be a strong woman who knows and appreciates what a man brings to a relationship, but will not settle for anything less than the very best.

Leslie Braswell’s book "Ignore the Guy, Get the Guy: The Art of No Contact” is a Woman’s survival guide to mastering a breakup and taking back her power.

Women can learn how to obtain the relationships they want by earning the love and respect from any man they choose and have the time of their lives in the process.

In this book you'll learn...

-Why silence is golden...
-What a man secretly expects after a breakup...
-Why a strong woman steals the show...
-How to prevent a man from losing interest...
-Why women lose the battle of the breakup...
-How to make him miss you...
-How to handle your emotions...
-How he broke up and what it says about him...
-How to handle a breakup through Facebook and Twitter...
-How to SKY ROCKET your self confidence...
-What the biggest attraction killer is...
-How to be on Mr. Ex’s Mind...
-What you should do to get him back ...
-Fatal mistakes you might be making without knowing it...

If you've ever let yourself fall to pieces, cried, begged and pleaded for a man to take you back after a breakup, or if you have ever sought closure, you've never learned the art or the power of no contact.

Biographie de l'auteur

Leslie Braswell is the author of the Best Selling book Ignore the Guy, Get the Guy: The Art of No Contact - A Woman's Survival Guide to Mastering a Breakup and Taking Back Her Power. She lives in Texas with her family.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 116 pages
  • Editeur : Create Space Independent Platform (4 avril 2013)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great advice for a breakup from a wise and compassionate friend 18 juillet 2013
Par Life Student - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I just went through a pretty rough patch with a man I thought cared about me where I was easily set aside when anything else interesting came up. (Huge red flag I know now) I would justify this because I was so desperate to keep someone around.

Ignore the Guy, Get the Guy was the compassionate and educational reminder that a relationship should be about honoring the other person in action and rejoicing in their unique company. (I believe, by the way that is true and applicable to both sides of the relationship) While the title does sound a bit like it is about playing games - I decided to get it based on others reviews. I am glad I did.

First off - you should know this book is strictly about handling neglectful treatment, and the 'break up' phase of a relationship only (which might be overlooked by the fact that the title itself is so long). This isn't about dating in general. For this you will want to look elsewhere. (For this I can initially recommend The Tao of Dating: The Smart Woman's Guide to Being Absolutely Irresistible for its wonderful insight into covering the difference between guy and bad guy behavior and indicators and more importantly, how bad guy behavior can be misperceived at first and why it is initially attractive - although I am not finished with the book yet, this was well worth the price alone. Or Why Men Love Bitches for understanding why you need to honor yourself (of course in a healthy way that is respectful to all) to be respected by him.)

The beauty of this book is that it reminds you that first and foremost, a man is attracted to you for the qualities that you had at the beginning of the relationship and all that you had going on then. Often we begin to set aside things that were important and this makes us lose ourselves (and part of the perceived value he was attracted to). This book reminds you that 1) you must, first and foremost value and honor yourself - by continuing the things that you had going on before you met him (of course you may need to cut down on the time a bit - but you don't drop anything) and that 2) a man who is attracted to you will work to be in your space and have your attention - at the get go and continually. This doesn't relieve us of showing we appreciate his efforts as well - but it is not our job to be the one putting in overtime to attract him. He liked us because he had to work for us. This is in essence why the book argues that you need to stop contact should you be in a break up or in the no-mans land of unreturned calls or affection. He has either decided to move on to his next target (player- and you dodged a bullet) or has lost the adventure of 'you'.

All said while it can sound like this is a book about games - the simple matter is that we as women do need to talk everything out and this is not the way men work in a break up. This book helps you to handle the art of stepping back in a break up with dignity, giving yourself (and him) the timeout you need to think clearly, and while in that timeout re-evaluating if he was treating you properly even while you were dating. If he was, then you learn to reestablish more balance as you may have sacrificed in other areas and that could have overwhelmed him. If he wasn't, then you get tons of advice on why you have now made room for someone better the next round. So, despite the typos and grammatical errors, I think its not too shabby for a $5 kindle cost
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I'm in this phase now 15 février 2014
Par Big Sexy Deb - Publié sur
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So far this is true. I've been ignoring Mr. EX and doing ME. Mr. EX has called but I blocked his #. He texted me as if he is
Concerned about my safety.....I didn't reply. Yesterday was Valentine's Day, I got a Happy Valentine's Day text. As the book
state no response needed and no response was granted. After reading.......this book is teaching me PATIENCE! Which I have none of. I'm starting to enjoy the chase after me and not ME chasing the guy. It's FUN BEING THE BOSS IN MY LIFE. I never realized I HAVE that much control over a MAN.

49 internautes sur 56 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Something every woman should read 3 octobre 2013
Par Donna Huey - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Great advise for every woman who has been to eager to please. It is not just for break-ups! I just wish I had read this book 30 years ago. Another good one giving similar advise is "Why Men Love Bitches". The titles are catchy, but they are just to get you interested. The content is well worth reading. It is not "man-hating", but learning how men think/act. I found both books entertaining and enlightening. It is painful at times when you are reading the list of "things not to do", and you have done everyone of them.
33 internautes sur 38 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ignore him until he comes back - or you don't want him to come back anymore 27 décembre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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I read the entire book last night and I loved it! I'm dealing with the very painful end of a complicated relationship and although I already knew about the things Leslie wrote about, her book was a great reminder that I'm doing the right thing and I found a lot of comfort reading it (and it helps to read it over and over again..)

I agree with Leslie, the best thing you can do is to ignore him. If he breaks up with you, treats you disrespectful and hurts you, he does not deserve to be a part of your life. I know it's hard for the heart to agree with the brain, but with time your heart will catch up with your brain.

Ignore him until he comes back and shows you that he really loves you and wants to be a part of your the meantime, build a great life for yourself, do what makes YOU happy. And after a few weeks or months, he might come back...but you might not even want him back because you have learned to live a happy life without him. :)

- Punctuation and grammatical errors
- Inconsistent formatting

Although this book is not perfect and quotes other relationship related books, I think it's a good read and it definitely helped me and reinforced my decision to keep up the No Contact.
52 internautes sur 64 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not just playing games.... 12 juin 2013
Par May Hunt - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Although the book is a light read, it packs a punch. The title may make it sound like you have to play games to get a guy back, but this book is anything but about playing games. The basic messages I got from this book is 1.) That if you aren't being respected and valued in the manner that you deserve, than he does not deserve any (and the author clearly explains what any is) attention from you at all. 2.) It is not our job to make the relationship work. We can just accept what he has to offer or reject it. If we accept his bad behavior, we will get more of the same. My only complaint about this book is that the author does not address what to do if you are living with a guy who is not giving you what you want. I think she should have mentioned that living with a man before marriage is a bad idea for the very reason that it makes it really difficult to ignore him when he is not giving you what you deserve, which may very well be a marriage proposal.
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