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Are You Scaring Him Away?: The Top 4 Reasons Why Men Lose Interest Quickly, Why Men Become Distant, The Real Reasons He's Not Calling: The Truth About His Weird Behavior, Fear of Commitment and Sudden Loss of Interest

Learn secrets about men and what scares them away that most women will never know.

Most women are very surprised when a man becomes distant, when he's afraid to commit, or, worse, when he just stops calling and runs away.

It’s time to use the secrets of the male mind and learn: 

  • The top four reasons men run away
  • The top 6 reasons men lose interest slowly, but surely  
  • The three not-so-obvious killers of relationships
  • Three phrases you should never say
  • The reason he’s not calling you back 
  • Five strategies to make him see you as a couple
  • The three types of men
  • What his fear of commitment is really about
  • A quick fix for most of these challenges  

Men have many fears about commitment and a special "radar" that will be testing you. He’ll test you the first minute you talk to him and throughout the first couple of dates. So make sure you avoid all of the mistakes you’ll learn about in this book.

In return, men will be seeing the real you and will be genuinely interested in getting to know you, be with you, and stay with you! 

Become the kind of woman men are genuinely interested in. Buy now! Good luck!

©2018 Brian Nox (P)2018 Brian Nox

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great short book

I liked this book and it was useful, the only thing that was redundant, is when he keeps talking about girls who are insecure about their looks that was so obviously a turnoff for both genders. Other than that great content and the author was very respectful to women 👏

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good book to be mindful ofThe little things we do

The analogies & examples given in this book depict a clear cause & effect outcome (or very likely to happen occurrence.) While this book may not be a "guarantee", it definitely portrays risks & benefits of the actions both women and men partake.

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  • Moe
  • 2020-05-27

enjoyable

it was good, it's great to get a man's feedback, as I do have things i need to improve.

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very good

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  • Mj
  • 2019-11-16

Repetition from his other books

To the author: I’ll recommend combining all your books on dating into one book as there’s too much repetition across all 3-4 books I read. I read ‘Fuck him’ first and really loved it and even recommended it to others but I was disappointed by the others because of the repetition and not so much new information or content

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  • Hazel
  • 2019-01-04

Just be your best partner!

So, yes! it was a nice book and yes! I'm glad I listened to it. I can't tell you I agree with everything he said in the book, yet Brian Nox tried to get me into a guy's mind, which actually works for some type of guys! So I'm definitely thankful for that. Girls (and even guys) if you are reading this review, know that the ultimate message is to LOVE yourselves. If you are bored, do something fun! don't wait for a guy to entertain you! If you want to do something new, don't wait for the guy to reply to your message, go out and explore the world!

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  • NeverSettleForLess
  • 2018-07-15

So real!!

Spot on, so real and right on the main challenges most of us women face in relationships. Makes me upset l didn't have this book before, so many examples of what not to do that l was doing all the time...living and learning...thank you for writing this!!!

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  • Cherrye Bess-Branch
  • 2018-12-10

WORTH LISTENING TO AGAIN

I loved the plain and simple advice. Not offensive to either side. Doable tips for immediate action. Worth listening to again and again.

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  • Tudon
  • 2018-08-07

One of the best

One of the best audibles about relationships!!! Loved the advice. I used to be needy and because of that I lost a couple of boyfriends in the past. I am following the advice and my current boyfriend is very into me.

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  • LinDee
  • 2018-09-27

Are you scaring him away?

I liked the narrator 's voice . The content was very much to the point - and as a woman it did make sense to me even though it was written by a man.

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  • Noel
  • 2020-01-05

Interesting Material a Little Repetitive

The book was easy to listen to and had some great points and analogies. It was a little repetitive in covering the material but I suppose that helps people remember it better.
Overall I am satisfied and will consider purchasing this authors other books.

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  • Brenda Lozada
  • 2019-06-23

Awsome

This realy opened my eyes and broaden my way of approaching men.This book is well worth listening to and apply the strategy from it.Thank u for having a heart to help us women to know what to do or not do when it comes to a man.

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  • Brandy J.
  • 2022-03-21

Good Concepts

Brian provided great guidance on common missteps, and easy to remember and important "Do's". This is a great boost for post-Pandemic dating, as the Pandemic made the dating scene more desperate than usual. It's a great adjunct to the Inner Child and shadow work that I am doing with my therapist.

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  • L. K. Pinkard
  • 2019-07-11

Great BOOK

I wished I had read this over 34 years ago, it would have saved me (2) divorces and improved my self-worth and self-esteem! Great tips to encourage a woman to remain in control of emotions, actions, and not allow herself to become too needy by setting boundaries and expectations of herself and the guy she desires eventually have commit to a long term relationship.

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  • It’s me
  • 2019-02-03

Insightful

Brian Nox is interesting and informative on point. Narration by Jerold McBrayer came across very easy to understand. Pleasant.

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