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  1. says:

    I would recommend this book to anyone struggling to find Mr or Ms Right as it demystifies dating and helps you learn how to determine if someone is a good match Dr Warren emphasizes the importance of knowing and understanding yourself first in order to determine what you are looking for in a mate He then has you determine your 10 “must have” and 10 “can’t stand” ualities of a potential mate After that you can evaluate how your date matches up with your “must have” and “can’t stand” lists Throughout the book Dr Warren gives a lot of helpful advice that is often forgotten or overlooked in the excitement of meeting someone new and intriguing His methodology brings you back to the core purpose of dating – to find someone whose personality lifestyle and ambitions mesh with your ownIt all sounds pretty simple but it’s not so easy to really narrow it down and figure it out than just generally This book makes you think and consider and reconsider But in the end you’ll become a wiser perceptive and proficient dater that can tell relatively uickly whether a potential partner is worth your time energy and caring


  2. says:

    Go ahead and make fun of me now for reading and listing this bookOkay now that your mockery is complete let me be directI wish I had read this book when I was 22 instead of when I was 32 I think EVERY unmarried person should read this book I am a MUCH wiser and realistic dater after having read itIf you know any unmarried people who are searching for their spouses buy this book for them They will thank you


  3. says:

    I've read several dating books and after a while they overlap appearing too similar Most of them give pep talks and have their little strategies for making fine impressions on othersBut what's the point of all the above if you're meeting people who are not personality matches for you? Or what if you're blinded by outside appearances yet don't really know what suits you best for a long term relationship?So while I don't know if Warren's book is a panacea he sets up some new and refreshing ideas on how to match personalitiesI took the test at eharmony which was free and it gave me some insights into my personality as well as personalities which are best suited for me in datingHow much is that worth to me? Well enough to put in some time to buy the book and read it If it's going to save me some time and help me find the right person rather than be with someone not so great I'm willing to put up a little money


  4. says:

    Book was highly recommended to me by a friend Kind of funny to have even read it but it actually gave very helpful perspective and has changed my approach to dating


  5. says:

    Good book Makes you think a bit strategically about dating I don't think think he's telling us anything we don't know but by forcing us to write it down it makes us think concretely


  6. says:

    My good friend Fanny recommended the Neil Clark Warren founder of eharmony book “Date of Soul Mate” I’ve never done eharmony and at this point not planning to but the book had a few sections that she wanted me to read The book had been helpful to her especially the section on creating a list of the top ten must havescan’t stands in a potential partner Over the years I have fallen into the trap of meeting lots of very nice guys who have not met my needs and it probably was because I had no idea what I even wanted I also overlooked issues that were fundamental because I liked other ualities in the men that I was dating This has lead to lots of good times but nothing that has lasted I don’t know how helpful this list will ultimately become but it has helped me realize some trouble spots in previous relationships and hopefully will be a guide in the future It’s a bit imperfect probably could use some tweaking but after a great deal of thought here is the list with verbage taken from the book not my ownMust Have1Communicator – I must have someone who is good at both talking and listening2Sense of Humor I must have someone who is sharp and who can enjoy the humorous side of life3Verbal Intimacy – I must know that my partner likes sharing his deepest emotional thoughts and desires4Strong Character I must have a partner who is honest and strong enough to do the right thing5Kind – I must have a partner who is gentle and kind6Patient I must have someone who can handle life’s frustrations or momentary setbacks with a patient steady demeanor7Conflict Resolver I must have a partner who will work to resolve rather than win arguments or conflicts in our relationship8Exciting – I must have a partner who isn’t afraid to take a risk and who sees life as an adventure9Emotionally Healthy – I must have a partner who is emotionally healthy and able to share a stable life with someone10Adaptable I must have a partner who is able to adapt to life’s surprisesCan’t Stands1Cynical I can’t stand someone who generally sees the world from a cynical perspective2Angry I can’t stand someone who can’t manage their own anger who yells or bottles it up inside3Denying I can’t stand someone who is unable to accept blame or see fault is his own actions 4Worrying I can’t stand someone who easily looses perspective and constantly worries5Hypocrites – I can’t stand someone who holds a double standard for his actions and those of other people6Victim Mentality I can’t stand someone who continually sees himself as a victim7Childish I can’t stand someone who is not emotionally mature8Judgmental I can’t stand someone who finds fault with everyone and everything9Undependable I can’t stand someone who fails to come through and is unreliable10Arrogant I can’t stand someone who is obnoxiously cockyI thought that this little exercise was the most value that the book had to offer although I think that perhaps making a list is easier than it actually is to find a person who meets these ualitiesThe other point that I thought was well made in the book was focusing on finding a person who is generally similar to you rather than the whole opposites attract I also want to add that I had a lot of bias that I had to set aside going into this book especially with Warren constantly touting himself as a psychologist Having him calling himself an “expert” due to being a psychologist made me put my radar up the entire book I am highly suspicious of psychologists but that being said I think that Warren offered some solid advice and portions of this book are worth a read I’m glad that my friend recommended this book o


  7. says:

    I am trying to take a different approach to dating this time around and this book really helped me in that regard I borrowed it from the library and unfortunately there was someone else who had reuested it so I had to get through it pretty uickly I wish I could have kept it a little longer so that I could actually refer back to it maybe I'll give in and go buy a copy Since I had it only a short time the main thing I took away from it was the importance of being clear on your Must Haves and Can't Stands I think it's a great idea for those who are dating but really want to find the one to figure out what their's are and to really be firm about them This book gives you an idea of some of the common ones and helps you think through what matters most to you I definitely recommend this book It's a fast read but than that it actually has some helpful advice and insights


  8. says:

    I feel like I have a good idea about how to date what to look for and what to watch out for But Dr Warren a clinical psychologist and tenured relationship counselor almost describes a formula for finding a person you will fit together with well for the rest of your life I found that this book will keep me in check whether I'm crazy about a girl or doubtful Emotions come and go To get married or not to get married solely based on emotional feelings toward someone can turn into a disaster or a fantastic but lost opportunity Marriage is one of the most serious decisions made in life So knowing how to get it right should be sought after whole heartedly and this book gives practical guidelines for finding your soulmateKnow yourselfKnow your Must Haves and Can't StandsKnow the warning signs of unhealthy peopleKnow what uestions to ask while you dateKnow what 'league' you're inKnow which ualities stand the test of time and which fade in a few short years


  9. says:

    This book is highly accessible and well thought out I liked the inclusion of specific guidelines backed up by extensive research rather than general ideas and advice It's refreshing to find a book with relationship advice that does not neglect the importance of spiritual harmony in mates without being written exclusively for one religion Some reviewers complain about the author plugging in eharmonycom too much but this is present only in the introduction and appendix This subject is very important to the author and he comes across as sincerely wanting to help people find their ideal mate


  10. says:

    Such a great bang for my buck What a wonderful read to start off my year 2020 What I like about this book is it doesn't criticize but to give you knowledge It is informative that focuses of knowing yourself and also giving some lists and examples to identify yourself knowing what you likes and dislikes wants and needs giving ideas to learn and know yourself first before searching for a partner A marvelous book that is for keeps and also a great book to pass on to a friend or anyone we care who's still in search about themselves and longing to search for their lifetime partners A must book for every single person guiding them to find right one


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Date or Soul Mate? How to Know if Someone is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less

Review â eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Neil Clark Warren

Chances for marital success For those who want to become wiser in their relationship choices this practical guide will help them find the love they want and avoid the pain they don't needRevised edition of How to Know If Someone Is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less I feel like I have a good idea about how to date what to look for and what to watch out for But Dr Warren a clinical psychologist and tenured relationship counselor almost describes a formula for finding a person you will fit together with well for the rest of your life I found that this book will keep me in check whether I'm crazy about a girl or doubtful Emotions come and go To get married or not to get married solely based on emotional feelings toward someone can turn into a disaster or a fantastic but lost opportunity Marriage is one of the most serious decisions made in life So knowing how to get it right should be sought after whole heartedly and this book gives practical guidelines for finding your soulmateKnow yourselfKnow your Must Haves and Can't StandsKnow the warning signs of unhealthy peopleKnow what uestions to ask while you dateKnow what 'league' you're inKnow which ualities stand the test of time and which fade in a few short years

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He feels a strong attraction to her She wonders if he could be the one In the glamorous haze of early romantic attraction it's hard to know whether a relationship will lead to true love or to a negative or even catastrophic relationship This book helps men and women w Go ahead and make fun of me now for reading and listing this bookOkay now that your mockery is complete let me be directI wish I had read this book when I was 22 instead of when I was 32 I think EVERY unmarried person should read this book I am a MUCH wiser and realistic dater after having read itIf you know any unmarried people who are searching for their spouses buy this book for them They will thank you

Review â eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Neil Clark Warren

Ho want healthy and satisfying marriages identify the early warning signs of an unhealthy relationship Dr Warren shows readers how to hold out for God's best for their lives instead of settling for the first one to come along and outlines the factors that increase the My good friend Fanny recommended the Neil Clark Warren founder of eharmony book “Date of Soul Mate” I’ve never done eharmony and at this point not planning to but the book had a few sections that she wanted me to read The book had been helpful to her especially the section on creating a list of the top ten must havescan’t stands in a potential partner Over the years I have fallen into the trap of meeting lots of very nice guys who have not met my needs and it probably was because I had no idea what I even wanted I also overlooked issues that were fundamental because I liked other ualities in the men that I was dating This has lead to lots of good times but nothing that has lasted I don’t know how helpful this list will ultimately become but it has helped me realize some trouble spots in previous relationships and hopefully will be a guide in the future It’s a bit imperfect probably could use some tweaking but after a great deal of thought here is the list with verbage taken from the book not my ownMust Have1Communicator – I must have someone who is good at both talking and listening2Sense of Humor I must have someone who is sharp and who can enjoy the humorous side of life3Verbal Intimacy – I must know that my partner likes sharing his deepest emotional thoughts and desires4Strong Character I must have a partner who is honest and strong enough to do the right thing5Kind – I must have a partner who is gentle and kind6Patient I must have someone who can handle life’s frustrations or momentary setbacks with a patient steady demeanor7Conflict Resolver I must have a partner who will work to resolve rather than win arguments or conflicts in our relationship8Exciting – I must have a partner who isn’t afraid to take a risk and who sees life as an adventure9Emotionally Healthy – I must have a partner who is emotionally healthy and able to share a stable life with someone10Adaptable I must have a partner who is able to adapt to life’s surprisesCan’t Stands1Cynical I can’t stand someone who generally sees the world from a cynical perspective2Angry I can’t stand someone who can’t manage their own anger who yells or bottles it up inside3Denying I can’t stand someone who is unable to accept blame or see fault is his own actions 4Worrying I can’t stand someone who easily looses perspective and constantly worries5Hypocrites – I can’t stand someone who holds a double standard for his actions and those of other people6Victim Mentality I can’t stand someone who continually sees himself as a victim7Childish I can’t stand someone who is not emotionally mature8Judgmental I can’t stand someone who finds fault with everyone and everything9Undependable I can’t stand someone who fails to come through and is unreliable10Arrogant I can’t stand someone who is obnoxiously cockyI thought that this little exercise was the most value that the book had to offer although I think that perhaps making a list is easier than it actually is to find a person who meets these ualitiesThe other point that I thought was well made in the book was focusing on finding a person who is generally similar to you rather than the whole opposites attract I also want to add that I had a lot of bias that I had to set aside going into this book especially with Warren constantly touting himself as a psychologist Having him calling himself an “expert” due to being a psychologist made me put my radar up the entire book I am highly suspicious of psychologists but that being said I think that Warren offered some solid advice and portions of this book are worth a read I’m glad that my friend recommended this book o

  • Paperback
  • 224
  • Date or Soul Mate? How to Know if Someone is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less
  • Neil Clark Warren
  • English
  • 06 July 2019
  • 9780785283034