It's understandable that women sometimes settle for the "wrong" guys because waiting for Mr. Right takes time and patience. Although dating wrong guys may seem like an easier path at the beginning of a relationship, it never is at the end.
Have you ever asked yourself these questions?
• Why does my guy think he can treat me with such disrespect?
• Why does my guy only call me when he needs me? What about the times I need him?
• Does my guy really think that I believe all of those lies he tells me?
• Why won't my guy propose? We are meant to be together and I'm getting tired of waiting.
• What do I have to do to get my guy to make plans in advance? He's always asking me to do things last minute.
• Why are all of my girlfriends married and I'm still single? Is something wrong with me?
Jam-packed with real-life stories that include God-inspired insights, this book provides candid and brutally honest accounts that every woman who has dated the wrong guys will be able to relate to, told by a writer who has been there. In a caring, down-to-earth, and practical style, Renee Medema shares her advice and guidelines on how to lose the "wrong" guy and find your Mr. Right.
Inside you will find valuable tools and resources to help you never settle for less than you deserve, define your own dating rules, ensure you have a solid support system, set boundaries, plan your future, and realize your dreams.
1 My Story
2 A Guide to Wrong Guys
3 Draw a Picture of Yourself … and Include Some Touch-ups
4 Take a Good Look in the Mirror … Without Your Makeup On
5 Consider Dating Do's and Don'ts … But Make Your Own Rules
6 Re-Prioritize … Your "In Case of Emergency" Numbers
7 Remove … Your Rose-Colored Glasses
8 Decide How Tall He Needs to Be … to "Ride This Ride"
9 Set Boundaries … Love Is Not Always a Feeling-It Can Be a Decision
10 Do Whatever It Takes … to Get What You Deserve
11 Plan Your Dream Vacation … for One
12 Embrace Being Single … and Believe in Life After Love
13 Determine Your Own Fate … and Plan Your Future
14 Realize Your Dreams … and Appreciate That They Are No Longer Your Nightmares
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