But instead of dreading failure, why not embrace it? In getting there, you'll learn to get over past relationships, stop over analyzing bad dates, and rid yourself any guilt as to why you're still single, says Hamroff.
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If it helps, keep in mind that women are often struggling with the same things you are.
They want to understand and communicate with you, but when both sides are trying and failing to make it work, you can turn to the advice of experts who know exactly where the both of you might be missing the mark.
Guys, if she hands you one of these books without saying a word, pay close attention.
Ain’t no shame in needing a little bit of help—even if it's just from a book.
Every man sometimes comes to obstacles in his dating life, or finds himself stumbling when his relationship begins to fall apart without warning.