Now, for the first time since its release, the national #1 bestseller has been expanded with new content and updated for new readers. I know God has forgiven me because I've asked Him to.
But when it isn’t happening for some guys, they immediately jump to a devastating conclusion: “There must be something wrong with me.” If you’re a guy who’s suffering from this state of mind right now, I’ve got news for you: Without the right “inner game” attitude (also known as how you feel about yourself on the inside), it’s almost impossible to succeed with women, or anything else in life.
But the good news is that taking just a few simple steps can change everything.
But fair warning: For now, do NOT worry about how you’ll actually become that guy.
Just stick to imagining some ways that you’ll be different once you’re sharing your life with a great woman.
It’s a feedback loop of negativity that starts creating its own negative results in your life…
dictating that you’ll react badly to situations and therefore get bad results. Do whatever you have to do to you remember to be nice to yourself and let the bruises of all that “bad” self-talk begin to heal. DRAW UP A VERY SIMPLE ACTION PLANSteps #1 and #2 are all about stopping the bleeding of your bad “inner game” attitude.This is a must-read for women who may be experienced in the dating game, but who want to play by God's rules.--Reviewed by Kathryn V. Stanley is an Atlanta-based freelance writer who is eagerly preparing for the arrival of her soul mate.Offering a new approach to dating relationships, calling young adults away from playing the dating game and revealing how they can live a lifestyle of sincere love, true purity, and purposeful singleness, this book will inspire teens and young adults to remap their romantic lives in the light of God's Word. Johnson Cook, a noted African-American pastor, editor of Sister to Sister Devotions and author of Too Blessed to Be Stressed, had written on the subject, I temporarily suspended the self-imposed moratorium. At the end of each chapter, Cook poses soul-searching questions and suggests exercises that will help readers apply the Beatitudes to their lives and their relationships.She contends that women should focus on becoming Ms. Cook provides inspiring anecdotes from her own singles experience as well as the experiences of others whose journeys to intimacy ultimately led them to their soul mates.Get David’s most powerful tips and tools delivered *FREE* to your inbox: subscribe to his newsletter here.