No More Dating Pigs
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By Norah Marler
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Norah Marler's heartfelt rallying cry, No More Dating Pigs: You Are What You Date, is a fun, self-help dating guide for single women of every age. Inspired by the appalling, yet typical, real-life dating experiences of the author and her sisterhood, the handbook puts a name to tell-tale signs of "Pigs."
These warning signs will resonate with women everywhere. The author first characterizes the disorder. Readers will quickly grasp the Dating Don'ts, Foolish Patterns, and Red Flag Warnings that always result in bad relationships and heartbreak. The author delivers practical strategies to resist the pitfalls of "animal husbandry." Backed up by advice and examples, No More Dating Pigs will put women on the road to true love.
Despite innumerable books on how to succeed in the dating market, men who act like Pigs proliferate. Even the shrewdest women have inadvertently stumbled into a Pig sty. It's almost inevitable—Pigs are everywhere. No Matter how much advice women heed on "getting a good man"—advice such as wearing skirts not pants, being coy, and feigning unavailability—Pigs persist. Pigs are smart, they're opportunistic, they're greedy and they only care about themselves.
Yet dating guides, which typically put the burden of change on women, haven't yet dealt with the real problem: the Pigs. Existing dating guides, often written by men, rarely ask men to change. It's all up to women. Following their advice might get a girl noticed and even a date; what women may not get is companionship or thoughtful connection, much less respect or marriage, if that's what they're after. If women aren't getting what they desire, the existing dating guides aren't working. Norah Marler knows it. We all know it. And the solution is easy: First learn to spot Pigs, and then stay away from them. Stop inviting Pigs into your blankets!