No More Mr Nice Guy

08 Jan 2003

by Robert A. Glover

Debunks the "nice guy syndrome," the need to please others at one's own expense with the hope of receiving happiness, love, and fulfillment, and offers advice for how to rediscover oneself, revive one's sex life, and build better relationships with others.


Pages: 180

Publisher: Running Press

Overall: 56% of the 485 mentions are positive, 34% are neutral and 9% are negative.



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  • Not really on the topic of game (attractive women). I'm not even sure what's out there in terms of books. But as far as general life skills; maybe No More Mr. Nice Guy by Robert Glover. We socially awkward types tend to be overly apologetic and try to be people pleasers; for fear of offending others. Not a good strategy; for you or those around you.
    2 points in /r/aspergers by WastedPotential | 29 May 2017
  • > I'm kind of expecting sex Covert contract spotted. You should read the book.
    1 points in /r/DeadBedrooms by you_done_messed_up | 26 May 2017
  • No More Mr. Nice Guy
    0 points in /r/NoFap by ToonTheShed | 24 May 2017
  • > Having one's ass kissed makes them lose their respect for you. True. > So when it comes to wives it's best to hold on to your dignity and do away with the ass kissing cause it's a turn off. Yep. Although there is a lot of nuance to this. But bending over backwards; putting her needs consistently ahead of yours; treating her like a princess unconditionally will eventually turn her off.
    3 points in /r/DeadBedrooms by you_done_messed_up | 21 May 2017
  • Go read no more nice guy. To them you are producing or not; and if you're not you get let go and I am 99% sure that most of those higher level guys do not think about problems like you and I do. If your story is accurate and you can present your explanation of the facts and how you took initiative because it appeared to you at that time that if you did nothing and played it safe your company could have lost someones salary for a year in one month and potentially multiple months in a row. I have a very difficult time believing that your CFO and or CEO will take that badly especially if you can present it calmly and confidently. If they react poorly and try to scapegoat you then defend yourself with the facts and without emotion. If it doesnt go well be polite and respectful on your way out to your next interview and go tell the story of how you saved a company potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines in a month because you saw an opportunity and took it and didnt give a fuck what your overworked CFO did. Also dont read into shit. You have zero idea what is going on and men do the same thing to women. You are missing information and cannot come to the correct conclusion anyway. Be patient and secure in your existence and practice outcome independence.
    3 points in /r/asktrp by Tebulus | 19 May 2017
  • > So I started doing more around the house and contributing a lot more because I did some googling and tried such advice. No luck. Choreplay doesn't work. > Now I'm trying everything. Helping out more; cute surprises; home cooked surprise meals; all the romantic stuff. Still nothing. These romantic gestures don't generate sexual attraction where there is otherwise none. > And the content I saw was almost out of character for her with a majority of it being rough; anal; and DP stuff. > So what do I do? You're doing Mr. Nice Guy gestures when she secretly looks at rough sex. Why not try rough sex instead?
    7 points in /r/DeadBedrooms by you_done_messed_up | 16 May 2017
  • no mr nice guy from robert a. glover will get you started. https://www.amazon.com/No-More-Mr-Nice-Guy/dp/0762415339 you can find it online btw
    3 points in /r/seduction by st3roids | 13 May 2017
  • no more mr nice guy from Robert A. Glover https://www.amazon.com/No-More-Mr-Nice-Guy/dp/0762415339 or get it form torrent .
    5 points in /r/AskMen by st3roids | 12 May 2017
  • I highly recommend this [book] (https://www.amazon.com/No-More-Mr-Nice-Guy/dp/0762415339/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=)

    It wont heal your pain; but it will make sure you're going in the right direction. It will change your life.
    7 points in /r/The by FullAmpleSally | 24 Apr 2017

  • > Giving her plenty of massages Helping her relax... doing extra housework

    > Talking to her about the situation Making many wonderful dinners

    These don't help with sexual attraction.

    Choreplay doesn't work.

    Talking doesn't help when at the same time your actions tell her that she doesn't have to change anything.

    You reward her refusals with massages and dinner. Why should she change?

    > I simply dont know what to do about a complex situation...

    Stop with the Mr. Nice Guy routine; get in top shape and prepare an exit plan.

    Good luck!
    5 points in /r/DeadBedrooms by you_done_messed_up | 08 Apr 2017