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No More Mr. Nice Guy

Dr. Robert Glover has dubbed the “Nice Guy Syndrome” trying too hard to please others while neglecting one’s own needs, thus causing unhappiness and resentfulness. It’s no wonder that unfulfilled Nice Guys lash out in frustration at their loved ones, claims Dr. Glover. He explains how they can stop seeking approval and start getting what they want in life, by presenting the necessary information and tools.

The principles presented in the book can help men:

  • Learn effective ways to get your needs met
  • Begin to feel more powerful and confident
  • Create the kind of intimate relationships you really want
  • Learn to express your feelings and emotions
  • Embrace your masculinity and build meaningful relationships with men
  • Have a fulfilling sex life with your wife
  • Live up to your potential and become truly creative and productive
  • Accept yourself just as you are

In sum, it can be a tool to help men build healthy and more satisfying relationships, and to enjoy life with confidence.

Dr. Robert A. Glover is a psychotherapist with a Ph.D. in marriage and family therapy, and is a leading authority on the “Nice Guy Syndrome.” A recovering Nice Guy himself, Dr. Glover has spent thousands of hours working with hundreds of Nice Guys and their partners. In addition to working with these men in individual and couples therapy, Dr. Glover leads “No More Mr. Nice Guy” therapy groups and conducts seminars throughout the country on “Breaking Free from the Nice Guy Syndrome.” He is a frequent guest on radio talk shows and has been featured in numerous publications. His television appearances include Fox News and The O’Reilly Factor. Dr. Glover’s website with an explanation of the Nice Guy Syndrome can be found here: https://sb.nomoremrniceguy.com/?page_id=1605 Dr. Glover is married to Elizabeth Oreskovich, who is also a psychotherapist. They are co-directors of the Center for Healing and Recover. The couple has four children and live in Tacoma, Washington.

“No More Mr. Nice Guy is about being a man, not a manipulator. It is about being our genuine selves, not pseudo selfless. It frees the women we love to trust us and respect us rather than fear us and suspect us. It is for every man who does not want to fear commitment out of fear of losing himself. It is well-written, insightful and down-to-earth. It is for every man.” Endorsement by Warren Farrell, PhD