Nom de Plume Rating: ★★★☆☆
Reading Time: 4 minutes
*FTC Disclaimer: I received a copy of Date Like a Woman from Flaimahmy Press in exchange for an honest review. I have in no way been influenced by the author and/or publisher’s generosity. You can’t fake these stars, baby!
This is the dating book Millennial women have been waiting for. It offers a fresh non-sexist perspective on dating and gives women the strategies they need for dating success. This book will revolutionize dating for women everywhere.
First Line: “We have been dating for two weeks; he’s my man. Besides I don’t date a guy unless I think we are going to go somewhere. I don’t like wasting my time.” Sound familiar?
“Let’s talk a moment about the type of men to avoid…”
Aimed toward the hearts and minds of Millennial women, Date Like a Woman takes a different approach in helping the modern-day woman date men.
Millennials aren’t like the generations before them, including the women who make up this diverse group of individuals. Driven to have independence and success in the workforce, being a Millennial woman means you know how to make your own way in life. However, when it comes to finding men, it always helps get a few pointers that you haven’t heard before.
Date Like a Woman provides guidelines and soul-searching advice on what it means to date in this ever-evolving world.
You all know I’m a traditional lass. My values are circa 1830. I don’t even show my knees in public for crying out loud! Although this book is totally awesome for the modern belle, I found it hard to relate to since I’m so…err…old school. I don’t date. Period. So reading a book about modern dating with no intension of it leading to marriage made me cringe.
On a personal level, this book wasn’t for me. But there is still some relevant advice here and there.
“One of the biggest mistakes I see women make online is posting pictures with a man they just started dating…Men also know that when you post pictures of your new beau right away you are not secure in the relationship.”
Even though I’m super old-fashioned, and I don’t date, this book has some good tips for Millennial women who do.