Book Reviews of Men Who Can't Love: How to Recognize a Commitmentphobic Man Before He Breaks Your Heart

Men Who Can't Love: How to Recognize a Commitmentphobic Man Before He Breaks Your Heart
Men Who Can't Love How to Recognize a Commitmentphobic Man Before He Breaks Your Heart
Author: Steven Carter, Julia Sokol
ISBN-13: 9780425111703
ISBN-10: 0425111709
Publication Date: 6/1/1988
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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Reading this book was like reading a biography of my last relationship...the hard sell to win me over and then pulling back leaving me with emotional devastation. It was very informative and helped me understand men with committment problems and the obvious difference between "romance" and a "relationship". I would definitely recommend it to anyone trying to understand the dynamics of a bad romance that they believe was a relationship and the extreme mixed signals men with commitment issues send. No, I wasn't crazy...he just couldn't commit!
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Interesting book if you are dating a commitophobe!
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Concise, thorough examination of the commitmitphobic man.
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An interesting book for women who are in relationships with men who can't seem to make a decision to move forward. Perhaps he is 'commitment phobic'.
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This is a good book and by far the truth with a open mind