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  1. 5 out of 5

    Juliana

    I can't believe women are willing to read this and think it is amazing. If women have to change themselves to make men like them, then we have some serious issues going on in this world. Men should like you for who you are, not for who you changed yourself to be. Please don't fall for crap like this :/ I can't believe women are willing to read this and think it is amazing. If women have to change themselves to make men like them, then we have some serious issues going on in this world. Men should like you for who you are, not for who you changed yourself to be. Please don't fall for crap like this :/

  2. 5 out of 5

    D

    This guy is a total misogynist and fraud. His real name is Chance Barnett, NOT Christian Carter. Women, I don't think you really want to read advice from a guy who preys on women's insecurities and makes them feel less than, especially if he's a complete phony, with no credentials to speak of. I was first made aware of this terrible ebook from a mutual acquaintance. At first we thought it was hysterical because of what we know about him, but then I became really enraged at the fact that not only This guy is a total misogynist and fraud. His real name is Chance Barnett, NOT Christian Carter. Women, I don't think you really want to read advice from a guy who preys on women's insecurities and makes them feel less than, especially if he's a complete phony, with no credentials to speak of. I was first made aware of this terrible ebook from a mutual acquaintance. At first we thought it was hysterical because of what we know about him, but then I became really enraged at the fact that not only is he not capable of dispensing genuine advice, he's also known to cheat on women (no doubt preying on all the insecurities he seems to be so knowledgable about). I hate books like this. If I can get one less person to read this book, I'll have done my job.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Madalynn Rowann

    Reading other reviews and comments on this book, it sounds like most women who read this are under the impression that its trying to make you change yourself for someone else. I am of a very heavy opinion that this is not the case. This book is a work of art to those who are willing to open their minds and accept that they don't know everything already. The title of this book implies a dating advice book. And it is. But this book would be wonderful for most every woman to read, and most men for Reading other reviews and comments on this book, it sounds like most women who read this are under the impression that its trying to make you change yourself for someone else. I am of a very heavy opinion that this is not the case. This book is a work of art to those who are willing to open their minds and accept that they don't know everything already. The title of this book implies a dating advice book. And it is. But this book would be wonderful for most every woman to read, and most men for that matter, because what this book tells you is that its time to grow the fuck up and stop acting like a child. Take responsibility, don't let others dictate how you feel or what you do and accept in your life, and respect the fuck out of yourself. And it tells you how to do all this without being a self righteous bitch. This is actually a guide to some pretty rock on life and emotional habits that just so happen to positively effect your love life as well and help you be one of the best people someone could ask to have in their life. I just turned twenty years old, and if i can see all that, then my personal opinion is that some of these women who commented have a little progress to make and perhaps need a second read. This book was well worth the money and not to mention conveniently available in a quickly downloadable ebook and/or PDF. Go for it girls. You shouldn't be disappointed.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jurate Stanaityte

    Probably the most dangerous thing there is out there: the worst of the worst. People, this thing totally works... and destroys the little what remains of CORE YOU. To get it back might prove to be the least wanted challenge of your life. You were warned.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ilona

    I think there was some valid advice. I don't think this book encourages you to loose yourself. But you can definitely benefit from learning few things. I can't believe women would say things like "he should love me for who I am". really? nagging, needy, clingy with anxiety attacks over every non received sms? We all can become that. I had been like this when I was younger and blew some great relationships. I think I would not had lost my marriage and connection with the father of my children, sh I think there was some valid advice. I don't think this book encourages you to loose yourself. But you can definitely benefit from learning few things. I can't believe women would say things like "he should love me for who I am". really? nagging, needy, clingy with anxiety attacks over every non received sms? We all can become that. I had been like this when I was younger and blew some great relationships. I think I would not had lost my marriage and connection with the father of my children, should I had read this book long time ago. You definitely don't have to change, or even touch this book. But we all learn and change for many reasons: we read and learn how to be a better manager or employee, how to deal with difficult customers or become better parents. Why not try and become a better partner for the man you like. It can also may help to understand why a woman keeps attracting certain type of guys, which she is not really into, but drives away another the, that she really likes. This book also helped me understand what I want in a relationship, and not get distracted by illusions I created for myself, things that were not real.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey

    Nothing new; a big ad for his other programs. Of minimum value.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Marie

    This book doesn’t quite know what it wants to be or what it would like to say. Should we play games or not? Are we honest or not? Talking about anything serious at first is a no-no but then we have to be up front about wanting a long term relationship and there is a very specific approach a woman must take to tiptoe around a man’s inborn fear of committing. This is outlined. Carter many times uses bait and switch tactics to keep the reader reading. This is apparently necessary to get us through This book doesn’t quite know what it wants to be or what it would like to say. Should we play games or not? Are we honest or not? Talking about anything serious at first is a no-no but then we have to be up front about wanting a long term relationship and there is a very specific approach a woman must take to tiptoe around a man’s inborn fear of committing. This is outlined. Carter many times uses bait and switch tactics to keep the reader reading. This is apparently necessary to get us through all the filler material! At one point he is about to reveal what the signs of a committed man are, and then he switches to talk about ways people destroy their relationships. Hmm. The reason I gave the book 2 stars is that I sensed a good intention here. If you can take everything with a grain of salt and tolerate the poor editing, lack of structure and many typos, the message that men want a woman who is actually a babe in total control of herself is one that we need to hear. Perhaps 1.5 stars would have been a better score as this book is a slog. Lighten up, please. More stories. Anecdotes. And please stop telling us how life is as though it is one way for everybody. This is pedantic and tiresome. This was published in 2005. We’ve all changed and grown wiser since then. I’d recommend Carter put out a new and much revised edition of this book. Hire a new editor. Hire a cartoon artist to draw hilarious illustrations. Perhaps include a section to explain his extensive guy bashing (“men are absolute idiots about dating”). And how about a section for becoming that Cool Girl? For a young reader just entering the dating world, I’d recommend you start with a good foundation work such as Calling in the One. That book is rich, personal and you’ll grow more as a result of reading it and doing the exercises. If you are rather jaded and wondering why you’re not getting any success in the dating world, this might be a book for you. But even then, I’d recommend you try Deeper Dating or any other self-help book to get a better handle on what you want, your deal-breakers and a fun way to approach dating. If The Buddha Dated is another thin little book chock full of guidance for intentional dating.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tania

    I found the book not as insightful, as his FREE emails. Do yourself a favor and sign up for those on his website. Then when you get conditioned every couple of days with his witty fresh advice without the pressure of the money paid, you will want to proceed to buy his book and CDs. If you want some real changes in your life, that is. I can vouch for almost every single word, written by Christian, and everything totally makes sense and works!!! When I started reading his emails, I was recovering I found the book not as insightful, as his FREE emails. Do yourself a favor and sign up for those on his website. Then when you get conditioned every couple of days with his witty fresh advice without the pressure of the money paid, you will want to proceed to buy his book and CDs. If you want some real changes in your life, that is. I can vouch for almost every single word, written by Christian, and everything totally makes sense and works!!! When I started reading his emails, I was recovering after an unsuccessful relationship, which was not the first one in my life. This dating psychology has become my eye-opener, and I saw how many silly mistakes I was making!! Shortly after I started applying the changes he recommends, I've met a great guy, and our relationship glided smoothly into a long-term one, and then marriage! For everyone out there ridiculing this guy's perspective - you have to be really open-minded and ready to learn and use those tactics in order to have success. Somehow, people think that you must take classes to become educated, to learn a new skill, get a new profession, etc, but they're way too lazy or stubborn to learn about men's psychology to change their love life forever. Get a clue or keep being heart broken forever, just saying!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nika

    I found this book via ads on Facebook and had suddenly read it though I usually don't read stuff like that. I want to calm down all the rewievers that write, like, why the hell a woman should change for a man. Well, you improve your skills for better job, you try to be a better friend and advance your interpersonal skills. So why not to learn and be better for your partner if he is worth it? Constant imotional and interpersonal growth is what life's about, isn't it? So calm down and listen to the I found this book via ads on Facebook and had suddenly read it though I usually don't read stuff like that. I want to calm down all the rewievers that write, like, why the hell a woman should change for a man. Well, you improve your skills for better job, you try to be a better friend and advance your interpersonal skills. So why not to learn and be better for your partner if he is worth it? Constant imotional and interpersonal growth is what life's about, isn't it? So calm down and listen to the guy. There are some good points he makes. But you can find them on his website. For example: -- be positive, playfull and unpredictable (in a good way) -- be independent -- have you own fascinating life that does not depend on your man -- picture and keep in mind exhactly what you are looking for and what you want -- choose the right man from the beginning. Don't waste time on unsuitable people -- tell the man what you want from him BEFORE you take him to bed -- think before you talk. Don't tell everything that comes to mind, especcially if it's negative. Don't talk bad about other people, especcially women and exes Unfrtunately, in the book you also find a lot of meaningless text that you have to get through without any reason. Really, the book could be five times shorter. The language that I absoltely hated in the book was like: -- I’ve found something fascinating -- And let me remind you of something important -- There’s something interesting I’ve seen -- I noticed something FASCINATING -- On another level, something even deeper is going on -- do SOMETHING UNIQUE with your body -- I’ve recognized something valuable -- Then something magical begins to happen And on and one there SOMETHINGS go! Please, please stop and start to use normal human language!.. I am sorry to tell this but the book is not worth to buy (fortunately you can find a pdf copy on web). The idea is good, but quality is simply too poor. Use the short articles one the website instead. There are also lots of SOMETINGS and suspension points, but at least it is quckly over.

  10. 5 out of 5

    JH

    I am a guy and many, many years ago I started getting Christians emails. I had to confirm my email so I became "Tina". I wanted to know if his comments about men were correct, how we thought, what we looked for. What was a big turn off? Christian gets it 99% correct. So you ladies need to pay attention. Why? Do you try to train your cat the same way you train your dog? Aren't your expectations different for each and aren't their needs completely different from each other. I do not understand the I am a guy and many, many years ago I started getting Christians emails. I had to confirm my email so I became "Tina". I wanted to know if his comments about men were correct, how we thought, what we looked for. What was a big turn off? Christian gets it 99% correct. So you ladies need to pay attention. Why? Do you try to train your cat the same way you train your dog? Aren't your expectations different for each and aren't their needs completely different from each other. I do not understand the vehement phlem spitters who immediately go out and want to cut any man's nuts off for suggesting women are different to men. The book in no way blames women. It describes womens bad actions that turn a man off. Is that worse than a woman writing a book telling men what turns a woman off. Get real knee-jerking feminists, try and have a balanced conversation. As a man, I did get some insights in the fact that what he said women should try to do resonated with me and the ah-ha moment resolved some uncertainties as to why other relationships didn't feel right. On the otherside of the coin, I was directed to knowing more accurately and able to actually define rather than simply "feel its right". I haven't bought any of his course, but I read all his emails for the last 5 years. Other women who I directed to read were favourably disposed to what they read from email and I assume some bought his course. I know its not fair to suggest a book I haven't read, but I have read hundreds of his emails. Yes, people complain it is simplistic in many ways, but even a single word "euthenasia" is simple but underneath there is a mountain of issues. So reducing concepts, as in his emails for example, is basically a door opener and you can take it from there. Bottom line, if you are prepared to enter with an open mind and avoid peering through jaded prysms, then you can get something out of this. On the otherhand, if you ar a woman and already have your girlfriend, don't bother reading the book, or posting since you are not really helping others. Everyone else, good luck.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marwa Hasan

    He has some valid points, made sense in lots of ways, not what I excepted though. So many loose ends after building up a grand thrill, witty but not helping as much

  12. 5 out of 5

    Linda Key

    Pretty bad overall. Bad writing style. Lots of mistakes. Almost unreadable. A few good information here and there, but mostly fluff. Best part of the book is its title.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Osaso Ogunbor

    I rated 3 star because I like some points he gave about how men think but I don't like the idea of telling women to be who they are not just to keep a man. He said you have to be funny and make him laugh but what if you are the More reserved type of woman that does not try to be a comedian that she is not, if not she will come up as been fake. I liked some good points but there were some not too good points. Please take some of the advice with a pinch of salt I rated 3 star because I like some points he gave about how men think but I don't like the idea of telling women to be who they are not just to keep a man. He said you have to be funny and make him laugh but what if you are the More reserved type of woman that does not try to be a comedian that she is not, if not she will come up as been fake. I liked some good points but there were some not too good points. Please take some of the advice with a pinch of salt

  14. 5 out of 5

    Natalia Kret

    maybe even insightful but made me totally crazy and regretful

  15. 5 out of 5

    Allison Gaylord Thomas

    I actually liked this book. It's always good to continue to understand how men think in a relationship. I actually liked this book. It's always good to continue to understand how men think in a relationship.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    worked for me...i got my money's worth. worked for me...i got my money's worth.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Just set to read

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Adams

    Very insightful.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Senny Winarno

  20. 4 out of 5

    Claudia

  21. 4 out of 5

    Maniel

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  23. 4 out of 5

    Marko

  24. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Filteau

  25. 5 out of 5

    Szabo Izabela

  26. 5 out of 5

    Miracle

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sahel

  28. 4 out of 5

    Aurora Serenity Sildatke

  29. 5 out of 5

    Carla

  30. 4 out of 5

    Hui

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