"Catch Him And Keep Him" Review

By , 4 July 2012

"Catch Him And Keep Him" Review
"Catch Him And Keep Him" Review

As part of my long running effort to answer the frequently asked question "How do you keep a man?" I have started going through the popular self help books for women. Today I finished reading "Catch Him And Keep Him" by Christian Carter.

There is one thing I'm sure of - the author knows what women want to hear. If this guy isn't a white knight, I don't know who is.

Here are some of my favourite extracts.

  • Most men are idiots when it comes to dating and relationships, so don’t expect him to “get it” the way you do.
  • I’m not saying that all the men out there are incapable, but most of us are “handicapped”.
  • When it comes to figuring out what we want with women and when we want it—we’re hopeless.
  • For the woman, who is more in touch with her feelings and comfortable with emotional intimacy [blah blah blah]
  • Successful long-term relationships have the dynamic that the woman is “in control” of what happens.
  • Women and mothers often have the final word as the matriarch in a family setting.
  • Some men view picking up women as a sort of game. (Sad, but true)
  • Men who are into picking up women do it because the challenge of picking up a woman validates their intense need to feel important, powerful, and attractive.
  • Man approaches woman. Woman tests man for specific qualities. Man passes or fails tests through demonstrations. Woman accepts or rejects man.
  • The simple fact is that men, unlike most women, are not naturally well equipped and ready for relationships.
  • Don’t ask me why men are this way. They just are.

It's a great feel-good book for women.

"Catch Him And Keep Him" Review

About Roger Keays

"Catch Him And Keep Him" Review

Roger Keays is an artist, an engineer, and a student of life. He has no fixed address and has left footprints on 40-something different countries around the world. Roger is addicted to surfing. His other interests are music, psychology, languages, the proper use of semicolons, and finding good food.

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Comment posted by: Roger Keays, 8 years ago

LOL. You could be right.

Comment posted by: Anonymous, 8 years ago

Christian Carter is the alter-ego of David DeAngelo. Same guy. You can look it up online.