Why Men Love Bitches Book Review

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Some time ago I read an interesting book called “Why Men Love Bitches”. At that time I was in the process of dating several different men and wanted to learn about how to have a successful relationship that would ultimately lead to marriage. After reading this book I quickly realized that I have been too nice to men in general. I guess you could say that I was a doormat. I have decided that I was actually going to try the bitchy approach to dating that was advertised in this book. 

Well, now several years later I am married and find myself wondering about the advice that was given to me in this book.  I mean if you are naturally a bitch I guess there is nothing wrong with acting like one. However, if you are a nice person by nature, acting like a bitch can provide a false impression of your true personality to a potential mate. You may end up attracting the wrong kind of guy. 

The good aspect of this book is that it teaches women to respect themselves and stand their ground. I always appreciate an assertive woman. However, I feel that it does not benefit a woman to act like a total heartless bitch if she is actually a warm hearted and sensitive person. At the end of the day we want our partner to love us for who we really are. If we pretend to be someone else just for the sake of attracting someone into our lives we may end up with the wrong partner. Real confidence and self respect comes from being able to show other people your true colors without the fear that they are not going to like you. As long as you love yourself, eventually you will find someone who loves you too. It is better to be alone than to be in the company of the wrong man.

If you choose to alter yourself for another person you will never feel loved. Your life will turn into an endless self improvement project. Sadly, no matter how much you change and how hard you try your partner will always want to be with someone other than you. Any successful relationship allows both partners the freedom to be themselves.

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