Text. Love. Power. The Ultimate Girls Relationship Guide for Texting and Dating in the New Millennium

January 16, 2013

Text. Love. Power. rejects the idea that women should be open and easy-going with their dates, and orders them to put down the smartphone if they want to get their man.

In this riveting, controversial dating guide for the new millennium, Vanessa Taylor continues the work of Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, authors of The Rules: Time-Tested Secrets for Capturing the Heart of Mr. Right.

Endorsements:

Don't send another text until you read this book cover to cover. Vanessa Taylor will take you all the way to the altar! -Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, The Rules: Time-Tested Secrets of Capturing the Heart of Mr. Right

Text. Love. Power. is an empowering guide for women in their challenge to find love, commitment and romantic connection with men. The advice is creative, helpful and informative. This book answers any question about texting with men you have ever pondered! -Rhonda Findling, M.A., C.R.C., Don't Call That Man! A Survival Guide to Letting Go

Text. Love. Power. is chock-full of dos and don'ts aimed at shifting the power in dating relationships to women. It's a must-read for every single woman who can't figure out why she's still single. -Dr. Beth Erickson, Marriage Isn't for Sissies, host of Relationships 101 on www.webtalkradio.net

It's critically important for a woman to know that if a man really wants to be with her, he'll find a way. There's no need to chase him; it works better if he makes all the moves. Text. Love. Power. provides the only framework you need to navigate todays complex, rapidly evolving dating scene. Contemporary single women: read this book, play by The Rules, and get what you want. -Donna Marie Thompson, PhD., Bouncing Back Now relationship coach

A must-read for every single gal. What The Rules was to the last century, Vanessa Taylor has updated for today's lady in finding Mr. Right! Sheryl Matthys

Contents:

The hard-to-get girl is born | Meeting Mr. Handsome | Getting Mr. Handsome to ask for your number and call! | Mr. Handsome and his business card | Answer the phone! | To text or not to text? | Does the hard-to-get girl reply to texts? | Texting gone bad | How to stop texting once you start | Online dating and texting for hard-to-get girls | Careful! Texting can lead to sexting | The single texting exception

Can I accept a date via text? | What's considered a date? | What if he's a chatty texter? | What if he leaves a voicemail? | Can I text to confirm our plans? | What if he stands me up? | What if he's late? | What if he cancels? | What if he postpones? | What if he texts after our date? | What if I forgot to thank him? | What if I want to text on a date? | Which texts should I ignore? | What if he stops texting?

Excerpt from Chapter 16:

Countless articles on the internet describe texting situations between men and women. They provide examples of texting etiquette for dating. One advises, It's not okay if a man texts to ask for a date. But, a text telling you that he's running late is fine.

There are two problems with this advice. First, it fails to establish consistency in a relationship. Second, it is piecemeal and promises no specific result. It can be difficult to discern which moves will get the guy, and until now, there has been no system.

Consistency in your relationship yields significant benefits. If you respond to one text and not the other, a man can't understand your standards, much less your motives. When you establish patterns that make a man ask you in a certain way for dates, he will approach other relationship milestones with the same respect: exclusivity, long-term commitment, the marriage proposal.

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