Don't you just hate it when you're reading a self-help book when all the terms are very scientific and critical that you need to have a dictionary in hand just to understand the words that are being said?
Well that will never be a problem when you're reading this book.
Readers will laugh and cry as they venture through Rossi’s relatable adventures as she takes you through every outrageous relationship she has ever faced - from the ‘freeloader’ to ‘player’.
For the women who constantly find themselves in the cycle of always dating and trying to find Mr.
" at the end of each "Wrong Man" chapter.• See how a serial "Wrong Man" dater broke the cycle of bad relationships and found the 'Right' partner.• Find and maintain your dignity and self-worth in any "Wrong Man" situation.“This is the often poignant but ultimately uplifting story of one girl's struggle to find the right man by dating all the wrong ones.
If you're looking for love and fulfillment and need to know how to avoid the pitfalls, this engaging and often hilarious book is for you -- or for your daughters!
This book was really great and Kelly Rossi was such an inspiration that this book deserves five stars.received physical copy from author in exchange for an honest review The book, Dating the Wrong Men is captivating, funny, sad, and fabulous, but more importantly filled with important life lessons that we as women face on our own search in finding Mr. I commend and applaud Kelly Rossi, for having the courage to talk about her misadventures in dating.
As Kelly learned life lesson via the men she was dating, the readers learn them right along with her.Honestly, I think that it is comforting first and foremost, that as women we, are not alone knowing The book, Dating the Wrong Men is captivating, funny, sad, and fabulous, but more importantly filled with important life lessons that we as women face on our own search in finding Mr. I commend and applaud Kelly Rossi, for having the courage to talk about her misadventures in dating.Readers can relate through her stories, with their own experiences and emotions in finding Prince Charming. The author dated a whole lot of men, and all but one of them were the wrong person. Lots of humorous anecdotes, but really makes arranged marriages seem much more attractive.Overall, worth a read Kelly Rossi writes this book about her own experiences in dating men…the wrong kind of men.She opens the book by talking about her parents marriage and the fact that she didn’t really know what a loving relationship looks like.