No More Mr. Nice Guy

[amazon_link id=”0762415339″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]No More Mr Nice Guy i[/amazon_link]s a book by Robert Glover. I read this book years ago and it helped show me that being a nice guy is not for me. What a nice guy is, is a person who uses being nice as a way to manipulate people in getting what they want. A nice guy is anything but nice. In fact, a nice guy resents the person they are being nice too because they are not getting what they want.
If you are a nice guy, you need to break the habit. Giving a gift should be for the pleasure of giving the gift. Not to make the person love you or have sex with you. When you give for the sake of giving you will be able to live a more joy-filled life. If you give for the sake of getting, then you will be hurting yourself and the person you are giving the gift.
If you know a nice guy, I recommend this book. If you are a nice guy I recommend this book. If you are a mother of a son I highly recommend this book.
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  1. Alice Cooper immediately began playing in my head Brett, is that a bad thing?

  2. Brett, I think, in the past I have run into a few “Nice Guys” and then…. I know a lot of truly great guys. thanks for drawing a line between the 2 types.

  3. I would have to agree with Dina on her statement. I have 2 young men, perhaps I’ll check this out for them. I wouldn’t want them to be “that kind” of nice guy.

    Thank you for your post,
    Missy Bell

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