KennedyCarter

Men Don’t Love Women Like You

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https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Love-Women-Like-Relationships/dp/0692594353
 

For the Ladies! It’s a fun and easy read. Helps you establish your value as a woman and not let men run games on you. Filter through the bullshit and reveal your King. I love this book I’ve read it 3 times. It talks about consciousness and enlightenment as well. 

Click the link and the author has a great description of what the book is about.


Take advantage of what god gave you. Pu$$y Power hahah hope this helps

 

Edit: The book is anti-games and is about killing ego and embracing truth (aka LOVE). If you want to run games on men, “Ho Tactics” is for you.

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@KennedyCarter thanks for the recomendation, recently discovered this author and currently listening to 'ho tatics' which is really relatable/ funny. will check out this book after

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Thanks for sharing.  I found the pdf and just reading the first chapter, which is basically about how men don’t care about your career or how successful you are as a woman..  I’ve heard some of the guys say this before here on this forum haha. 
It’s a tough one because I feel bad at times that I’m not successful enough, in this stage orange individualist society.  I don’t think it true that men don’t care at all about how successful you are.  I think very successful men for example a ceo or a celebrity would choose a successful girl to date over a unsuccessful one.  
At least the author is honest In saying that men are only after one thing!

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4 minutes ago, Tangerinedream said:

At least the author is honest In saying that men are only after one thing!

What is this "honest" one thing that men are after?

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5 minutes ago, KennedyCarter said:

@Emerald  What how?

It feels like your post is an advertisement for the book. It has a hook and a call to action. It also gives desired results.

Perhaps I'm totally off here... but it has all the fixings of an advertisement.


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Isn't it funny how women think that men run games on women while men believe that women run games on men :)

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4 minutes ago, Nos7algiK said:

What is this "honest" one thing that men are after?

Haha.  Well the author (who is male) talks about how easily men get bored of women, but will just go along with it for the reason of sex.  Men don’t care about your career or how successful you are because they’ve heard it 100 times before.. 

He’s trying to teach women how to not be ‘basic bitches’ 

I don’t know yet how I feel about the book but will read a bit more.. lol 

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@Emerald I’m sorry maybe It’s the way I talked about it. I’m being serious and I have actually read the book 3 times and I just wanted to share with other women.

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@Federico del pueblo the book is actually against playing games if you want love. It’s about killing ego and embracing truth. Ho Tactics is about running game on men to spend money on you. But if you aren’t after a sugar daddy then you want to read “Men Don’t Love Women Like You”

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10 minutes ago, Tangerinedream said:

Haha.  Well the author (who is male) talks about how easily men get bored of women, but will just go along with it for the reason of sex.  Men don’t care about your career or how successful you are because they’ve heard it 100 times before.. 

He’s trying to teach women how to not be ‘basic bitches’ 

I don’t know yet how I feel about the book but will read a bit more.. lol 

That is a very naïve view on men and trivializes both the emotional and intellectual capacity of a man and a woman's comfortability and confidence in her own independence and what she has created for herself. Men who think like that are boys and women who think men are like that are girls. Neither the believer or what is believed to be are of high quality and thinking like this should be avoided if anyone wishes to seek something of actual value.

Have faith men will actual love you for what you are and what you have created. I wouldn't say love you "just" because of your success. But, rather be happy with you that you were able to lead yourself in a good direction in life.

Again, children get bored easily. Don't find yourself a child. You owe no one the validation of constant fluctuating entertainment to keep someone's petty ego interested.

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@Tangerinedream keep reading. You have to kill the ego first. He brutal on you at first to kill the ego and then helps you rebuild yourself.

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15 minutes ago, KennedyCarter said:

@Emerald I’m sorry maybe It’s the way I talked about it. I’m being serious and I have actually read the book 3 times and I just wanted to share with other women.

Okay, sorry about that. 


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@Nos7algiKI don’t believe it’s all men I know there are many good men out there.    
 

@KennedyCarter hehe yes he’s pretty brutal! I think it’s a very stage orange type book. It has some good points so far, but I have deffo already grown past much of it.  Like trying to impress people etc. I think it’s a stage everyone goes through at some point and as you get older you don’t bother with those games anymore.. I can see my younger self in some of it. Chasing the wrong guys and trying to make them like you.. happens to the best of us lol 

this would have been a great book for me In my teens and early 20s!

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@Tangerinedream Thank you! It’s a great book for younger women who are new to dating. I’m not sure that it’s stage orange. He talks about enlightenment and consciousness.

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17 minutes ago, KennedyCarter said:

@Tangerinedream Thank you! It’s a great book for younger women who are new to dating. I’m not sure that it’s stage orange. He talks about enlightenment and consciousness.

Oh Ok well I didn’t get that far yet. :) 

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