We all remember the blockbuster movie that the book was made into in 2009 that grossed over 180 million dollars.
Every girl in America was clamoring to buy that book.
Your Tango: What's the best way a girl can get a guy to step up and commit? Your Tango: What's the issue with guys and commitment reluctance these days? Your Tango: It feels like women in previous generations didn't have this problem. Greg Behrendt: That they are assholes for not liking you back.
Your Tango: What's the worst dating experience you've ever had? Your Tango: What's the biggest misconception women have about men?
How many times have you been scared off because someone declares something that you weren’t ready to hear?
Perhaps you scared someone off because you were thinking so far into the future you weren’t concentrating on the present moment, the here and now.
Your Tango: What kinds of questions should women be asking men on first dates?
Your Tango: We've had long, amazing first dates with guys who never called us back. Greg Behrendt: They weren't as amazing as you thought.
What's the most bizarre dealbreaker you've ever heard?
Not only is it easy to read, but the husband and wife team (who I have to say is probably the coolest couple I know) gives you a HIS and HERS approach to dating and rocking it “correctly” so that you value yourself and the choices you make.
It is fresh, witty, hysterical and shares their own personal life lessons alternating between both of their dating lives before they met.
Enjoy the moments.” Isn’t that what it is all about? This is why I am in some way scared of commitment and marriage in my constant quest for adventure and new experiences.
The authors remind you: When you first meet someone that you like/love, the Behrendts remind us that every experience with your loved one feels like opening a package on Christmas morning.