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.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.Women today are more complex than the basic types he gives us - they've had a greater range of influences and experiences.
If you use it, you'll end up wasting a lot of time - especially if you are a beginner. Exception: if you are experienced (so you can tell what won't work) and don't mind spending the money/time there are valuable concepts and tools you can add to Dating to Relating is one of the beginner level dating advice books for men that you see promoted the most on the Internet. He gives you some great mindsets and ways of looking at what you should be doing if you want to ensure relationships last.However today, from experience, I can say the strategies given are far too simplistic.You'll basically have to get lucky to come across a girl these strategies are still relevant for.On the whole it stays away from teaching you any skills that would be useful with all women, except where he talks about some general rules for relationships.This can be very appealing to beginners, however, does it work?
That's the advice that would lead you to waste your time trying to use some of it because it doesn't work.