(This section gets a little New-Age-y, I skip this on re-reads.)3) Yin and Yang All women reading this book are successful and intelligent, and will probably roll their eyes or cuss the author out in this section.

As one of many feminists reading this book, after a lifetime of rebelling against an Asian mother's pleas for me to be more obedient and compromise my career for the sake of my future child-rearing duties, I similarly resisted Dr.

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However, after reading the reviews on Amazon, I decided to give this book a try. I got a clear picture of what type of relationship would bring me fulfillment and what type of person I should be looking for.

The guidance is comprehensive and the concepts are clear.

I read this book 2 years ago and have since bought copies of it for six women I love, including my mother, sister and girlfriends, which sets a personal record that I doubt will be broken by another book.

That may be the highest recommendation I will ever bestow on a non-fiction book, in part because it enabled me to reconsider a guy I rejected with new eyes.

Why I wrote this book: When I was an advisor at Harvard, I noticed that smart women like yourself were having unfulfilling love lives on an epidemic scale. Partially because I'm not your grandma, and partially because the 21st century poses unprecedented challenges to the modern woman.

They either couldn't find the right guy, were with the wrong guy, had relationships that didn't last, or had given up on dating entirely. Is there time for love within a high-powered career? Ancient Wisdom Modern Science = lasting love happiness for successful women like yourself.THE SECRET I LEARNED FROM 5000 WOMEN'S LETTERSCan you summarize the book for me in a minute? Well, 5000 or so letters I've received from women readers on their dating woes can all be boiled down to this: Does my butt look good in these pants? Everyday TV and other media specialize in portraying women as cheap and disposable. Just by reading it, one is restored to one's own heart. I have read many books about relationships and dating, but The Tao of Dating is one of a kind, so different and mind-blowing in its common sense and simplicity that it is impossible to put it down once you start reading.People have asked me that question hundreds of times. Well, ok THE SECRET I LEARNED FROM 5000 WOMEN'S LETTERSCan you summarize the book for me in a minute? Well, 5000 or so letters I've received from women readers on their dating woes can all be boiled down to this: Does my butt look good in these pants? Thanks to this specific book, I went from having a nonexistent dating life, with empty weeks stretching ahead, to being booked every night of the week...The book is not perfect, but it helped me see the things that matter, the things that make a guy a "Good Guy", that I can't establish with I read this book 2 years ago and have since bought copies of it for six women I love, including my mother, sister and girlfriends, which sets a personal record that I doubt will be broken by another book.The book is not perfect, but it helped me see the things that matter, the things that make a guy a "Good Guy", that I can't establish within a first date or a resume scan.People have asked me that question hundreds of times. The results were dramatic: I now feel like I have my pick of the litter with a slew of fabulous guys who all clamor for my attention.