They patiently waited, hoping the women they desired would quit lamenting over “jerks” and wake up to see what great men they were. I have had the privilege of being part of the recovery process with thousands of Nice Guys. I’ve watched single guys find the love they desired. Your book helped me jump into the manager position.
Only to hear something like, “You’re such a great guy. I’ve seen men live up to their potential in their work and careers. I can’t say enough about how you have opened my eyes to how unconscious I have been.”"Dr.
I tried to be a better man than the other men in her past. I slowly began to see how my “Nice Guy” behavior was not only not getting me what I wanted in my relationship, it was actually doing great damage. Glover had followed me around for 30 years documenting my life story.
In spite of everything I did for her, it never seemed enough. She was frequently moody and would lash out at me, seemingly without provocation. I avoided conflict and withheld any information – including my feelings and wants – that I thought might rock the boat or start a fight. When it became apparent that our relationship wasn’t working well for either of us, I decided (actually, she gave me an ultimatum, “Go to counseling or I’m leaving.”) to join a men’s group and get some counseling.
Now I'm married to my soulmate and have created a beautiful baby boy and a life adventure with her. Glover inspired me to intentionally transform my life with my actions and create the kick-ass life I live now. After reading your book though, I believe that it represents the most accurate, in-depth analysis of this syndrome I have ever encountered.
Thank you Robert for sharing your experiences and leading me and other men into the light of our own greatness. I am deeply grateful.”"Your writing and thinking on how important male friendships are is very wise.
I developed my own music booking company and a career as a live performer in Seattle. I spent quite a bit of time in Co DA meetings over the last decade and felt quite at home there.
Imagine it like this:'Would you like to go out this weekend?
' (bad)'I'm going to this cool exhibition (or whatever) this weekend, come!
I was sure the map was accurate, but no matter how hard I tried, it never got me to my desired destination. The guys who either couldn’t get a date or who were deeply entrenched in the friend zone with the women they desired. I want to thank you in advance for the changes that are coming.
These guys helped out and listened to women talk about their problems. I think it's going to be a lot of work but worth it.”“I was a web developer for 10 years and now I’m a manager for other web developers.
You’ll make some lucky woman very happy some day.”One of my favorite mantras is “What one man can do, another man can do.” I sincerely believe it. Glover has been an incredible mentor and life coach since being introduced to him in my early college years.