Why Men Won't Commit

Why Men Won't Commit

Getting What You Both Want Without Playing Games

Book - 2003
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Taking a candid and provocative exploration of the nature of masculinity, a renowned psychologist provides women with the insight and advice they need to get men to commit by using modern, honest, non-manipulative techniques.
Publisher: New York : Atria Books, 2003, c2002
ISBN: 0743445694
Branch Call Number: 155.332 WEI
Characteristics: x, 213 p. ; 24 cm


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or, maybe, it all comes down to a castration complex ( sure to be increased now, with the rise of the retributive female, en masse). the shift from victimhood needn't be an automatic shift to persecutor, now need it ? i think the leaders are communists, of a sort, and have another agenda in mind. these women-faces are being used. this understanding will be widespread, but only after a couple of generations have passed, at least. i have to urge you to go beyond weinberg, or dyer, to the practices and teachings of fritz perls, and eric berne. the societal problems are so systemic that shallow fishermen like dyer and weinberg, and their ilk, haven't a chance to make lasting change ( which must have been extremely frustrating for dyer, as he lived out his contemplative last years, in relative Paradise).


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