Women are “full of drama,” according to De Angelo, precisely because it gets the attention of men, it sends emotional impulses through her body and because, well, it’s fun.It’s a game to them, and you need to play on your terms and show who’s boss. De Angelo tells guys to ask themselves questions like, ‘“How would I walk if I believed that I could make any woman feel great inside? Exclusivity (royalty, already married, hard to get, etc.) Those first five make for a depressing list in that there’s not much most guys can do about being rich or powerful or famous – or royalty for that matter.

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That is why training that purports to ‘Double Your Dating’ is bound to be appealing for many guys.

It promises to double your chances of getting a date, and, hopefully, scoring too, right? Whilst there is content to be gleaned, it doesn’t provide the kind of dating illumination that its title promises. It’s difficult to summarize a training course like Double Your Dating because it’s so devoid of any real character or sense of self.

Is there a methodology here that will give guys a better chance at success with women?

Does the approach stand a chance of working for the average Joe?

These are some of the words in David De Angelo’s introduction to his manual: “It’s taken me a long time to figure out all of the things that you’re about learn [sic]. To which I immediately thought: please God, just don’t let it feel like years Double Your Dating’s manual is divided into ten chapters.

Chapter 1 certainly has a refreshing title: ‘Women Don’t Make Sense’.Well, I’m sure most guys wouldn’t argue with that claim!It’s a clever gambit by De Angelo, ingratiating himself with his readers by comforting guys that women are not easily understood and do almost seem to come from another planet – and that’s okay.For many guys, knowing better how to navigate the tricky world of dating is very appealing, which is the appeal of a course titled ‘Double Your Dating’.The approach here is based on a few stock imperatives.Then he spoils it by making this statement: “Women buy Cosmopolitan magazines, watch soap operas, and read romance novels.