Review of Date Like A Woman by Kai Nicole

“Sex Residue” 


Genre: Psychology, Self-Help

Length: 182 Pages


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.

Jennifer’s Review:

*I received this book free from Flaimahmy Press.*

I’m never sure how to review a self-help book so here goes…

Dating Fallacies – love these! I never did understand why women did this stuff or believed these things.

Managing Expectations – checklists should never exist. People live in fantasy worlds when it comes to their ideal relationships instead of real life. Be realistic!

Being Honest About Yourself – this is a good one. How people see you and how you see yourself are rarely the same. Everyone should have an “honesty mirror”.

Learning How to Date – “respect, engagement, and interest” is all that matters when someone is asking you out. Not his clothes or his car. Then you need to be honest with yourself about what you’re looking for in a date (not a husband). Remember dating should be fun. Don’t set expectations of what will happen. Be open to trying new things. Be an active participant in the date. Have a conversation. And for goodness sake don’t pull your phone out! Who wants to date someone who is staring at their phone instead of them.

Let’s Talk About Men – I simply loved this chapter. I think it’s one of the most important. Don’t skip it! From my experiences everything in here is spot on.

What About Sex? – “Your greatest asset is not your vagina.” You are worth more than just sex. However, I have to agree with this section when she says, “get a friend with benefits.” Just because we don’t want to be used for sex doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy sex. Nothing to be ashamed of.

What You Can Learn From Strippers and “Groupies” – they know what men want and how to give it to them. How to make the men they’re interested in want them. Nothing wrong with learning a little skill.

But What About? – this chapter covers topics like competition from other women, internet dating (which the author has not done, but without it I wouldn’t have met the wonderful man I’m with. I think if you look closely you can judge a man’s interest by how he messages you.), using social media to your advantage, and dating as a mom.

Rejection and Letting Go – I love the “sex residue” and “sex haze” references! And completely agree with them.

Understanding Love – this chapter may be hard for some, because so many people I’ve known have issues with it, but read it and read it again until it fully sinks in.

Kai Nicole has some extremely good advice in here. I’ve gone about my dating life pretty similar to hers and have had the same outcomes. Now if I too could just get the relationship part down.

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.


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