No More Mr. Nice Guy Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
No More Mr. Nice Guy is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
User reviews about the book
I have always felt like I had this swirling black hole of “not OKness” rivaling with my inner man. The author of this book completely cleared this up and in just 2 short days after reading, I have felt more like a man than I ever have in my entire life. All it took for me was for me to actually identify the reasons why I was feeling the way I felt. The author of this book actually helped me truly identify my irrational and incorrect childhood relationship with my mother that had turned me into the “girly man” that women aren’t attracted to.
I can’t thank this book enough for turning a new leaf in my life and I am so excited for the future ahead. Being a man in today’s female driven world is okay.
Do you want to know why 50% of marriages don’t work? Read. This. Book.
By KCS Critics
Lifechanging. I suggest everyone read it.
Are you ready
This book will change your life. If you are in love with the norm and enjoy punishing yourself then this book is not for you. Be prepared to talk to your wife about who you really are and be set free.
"No More Mr. Nice Guy"
Excellent!! Extremely accurate and insightful. Definitely a "must read"
To my fellow men...
By Ex Nice guy
By far the best investment for myself (Read this in 2 broken days and could've been sooner). A MUST READ for those men seeking answers to questions we don't fully understand about ourselves. This book spoke to me! Def making contact with the author to thank him for making this life changing experience possible.
Worth a read but has one big hole
I found this an interesting read with several things that seem very helpful. The one thing I find disturbing is the apparent lack of moral compass. The entire basis of the book's philosophy seems to be whether the actions taken will get you what you want.
No More Mr. Nice Guy: Learning how to be an Assertive Man Instead of Being a Passive-Aggressive Wimp
By Recovering Nice Guy
When I first saw the title of the book I mistakenly thought this was a book on how to be a jerk in life and getting the life you want by controlling others like your significant other. I first heard about this book through the "The Art of Manliness" website and I read positive reviews from readers who were once Nice Guys recovering from the Nice-Guy syndrome as Dr. Robert Glover calls. I decided to buy the e-book myself and once I read through the first chapter I related myself to some of the men who were going through a crisis in their lives because they were trying to seek approval from others and when they didn't get what they wanted they feel 'down in the dumps' 'stuck in a rut' 'useless' 'worthless' 'abandoned' you name it. These were the type of men who were doormats who helped others to seek approval from them and when they don't get approval they feel bad or they feel they've done something wrong. Dr. Glover breaks it down on what Nice Guys are doing wrong in their lives from relationships, to jobs, to health, to living to their full potential, etc. Even better, he lays out specific, concrete things a man can do to get over his Nice-Guy syndrome. When I finished reading this book I decided to read through it again and it has helped improved my life. I believe this a great book for men who feel like being pushed around in life and not setting boundaries to live a fulfilling life. But if things are going pretty well for you in life, then this book is not for you. If you're that type of guy who wants to become assertive and never settle for less then buy this book and while you're at it go to "The Art of Manliness" website and learn more about becoming a gentleman.
👍🏾👍🏾 two thumbs up!
A Manosphere Classic
By Lord Ogilby
80% of this book is chock full of solid manosphere advice that you can use right away to unlearn your beta male or "unhappy alpha male" conditioning and embrace the XY chromosome that you are. Parents, teachers, society, and environment taught you the wrong stuff about being a man or gave you mixed messages at best. This book should be required reading in schools.
I have no idea how someone I have never met peg my so accurately. If you think your a nice guy and your frustrated with your life you need to read this. Recognize the kinda person you really are and start recovering now.