Dating and relating
Perhaps these approaches given in Dating to Relating did work in the past where social dynamics were less complicated in bars / clubs. L Rx was using these techniques the world was less complicated.
People were a lot more straightforward for many reasons and it was easier to differentiate yourself.
I had never heard of this, and was very dubious, so I felt compelled to do some real due diligence.
I researched it and tried to find some psychological study or something to support it. I also spent a couple of weeks checking out the feet of women and the way they stood and walked, before I spoke to them and...
The growth of the availability of media and choice in the world has fueled each of us taking our own paths to more independent thinking, and as a result individual personalities.
This can be very appealing to beginners, however, does it work?
So at Dating Skills Review we don't recommmend you buy this book.
The exception I'd make, is if you have a lot of time, you've already read a fair amount of dating advice and have some experience (so you can tell what won't work) and don't mind spending the money.
Another problem with this system is that the way 'Dating to Relating' teaches you to know what type of his personalities a woman is (lover girl, gradient girl, tease etc.) doesn't work. Rx gives you misleading and weird advice about people's feet.
This was the most curious thing I found in this book. He tells you that you should look at women's feet to understand what type of personality they have and the approach that will work with them.As a result, maybe these strategies will work 1 in 10 or 1 in 20 times.