Giving the reasons women say "no" in certain situations.
Showing men that women’s rejection of them is usually not the result of the men’s wrong doing.
Convincing men that it is OK to lose.
Taking the "game" and "winning" out of meeting and dating.
This book has another positive aspect I appreciate: It focuses more on thesimilarities of men and women, rather than the differences. That alone will helpmany men "see the light" rather than stumbling naked in the dark.
Men learn to overcome the difficulties they frequently find in relationshipswhich Fenton calls
Realizing the book was written by a male, who seemed to understand women butmight not really get the whole picture, I asked four female co-workers orfriends to read Felton’s book. They all basically agreed it was on target.One woman bought a copy for her bachelor brother.
Bottom Line: While there is no relationship and dating gospel, Felton’s workis definitely insightful and worth a guy’s time and money.