Mirabelle Summers’ new book, “2nd Chance”, is great, and this review will make clear to you how much you can gain from it. I’ll warn you ahead of time that she writes in a totally objective manner, which is rare. This means that the book will work for you only if you possess the emotionally maturity to practice her techniques in order to get results.
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2nd Chance Review: Summary of Strong Points
When a relationship ends, especially if you’re the dump-ee, it usually feels there’s no hope of resuscitating it. Most of the advice available out there is about how to put your life together and move along. (Of course, you could always beg, please, and whine in hopes of wearing your ex down so she takes you back, but that’s awfully weak and humiliating, besides which, it usually doesn’t work very well!)
What this book give you is an uncomplicated six-step method to reposition yourself to be a man of discernible value, a grown man who has learned lessons through his mistakes, and has become a much better person for it. It tells you just how you can avoid giving in to the instinctive responses that lower your value in the eyes of women, especially your ex, and convinces her that telling you to get lost was the wisest thing she ever did.
The course is laid out in simple, straightforward method. It assists you in surviving the mourning period that normally follows a breakup, then regaining your self-confidence and her trust. Most of all, it helps you get her thinking she’d be wise to give you another chance. Here’s a sample of what the book covers:
- What to do about the ex who ignores you
- How to get away from the “let’s just be friends” quandary
- How to handle the situation when she’s gone on to greener pastures
- What to do about the ex who has become indifferent and emotionally distant from you
- How to cope with the perception that you have lost her love
I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out how valuable it is to have a truly objective female perspective on your side. This makes “2nd Chance” one of the most helpful guides available. It is probable that you know a female perspective can be misleading and confusing if it is subjective, but Mirabelle Summers is like one of those female friends all men need in their lives, to give us insider information.
She doesn’t hand you a lot of pointless twaddle about women and the challenges of relating to them. You get the full picture, and learn what makes women fall in love, what makes them fall out of love, and what may encourage them to fall back in love with you.
2nd Chance Review: Bonus Features and Conclusion