“I love you.” “He loves me.” “I’m in love with you.” “We fell in love.” “I’m in Respect with you.” I’m in Respect with you?
Of course, you will never directly hear, “I’m in respect with you,” coming from a man. But those are the words that you need to hear. Those are the words you need to see. Those are the words that should make your heart go pitter-patter. Not “I love you.” “I love you” has a lot of meanings, but many women long to hear that from a man. Those that have heard it usually hear it mostly in the early stages of the relationship, and the words fade away or get lost during the term of the relationship. Many movies and television sitcoms, portray men as afraid to say “I love you,” but women in the real world hear those words so much that it’s hard to determine if a guy really means it or not.
All Men ARE Dogs YOU Are the Dog Trainer, explains from a real man’s perspective on how women are the true head of a relationship and how to train him to fall “in respect” with you.
About the author
Single life, married life, divorced life and even remarried life, this author has filled each of those shoes. Since the age of 13, author Rick Fort came to realize that many would come to him just to talk about their problems. Something about him triggered many to confide in him, ask for advice or just be someone to vent to. Being a song writer that wrote his first song at age 8, he started putting his thoughts to music in the form of love songs. Through the years he continued writing music and the requests for advice continued. Eventually, during the 90’s he started a website focused on “how men think” as well as articles on “from a man’s perspective.” Upon receiving many rave responses from readers, Mr. Fort began to sum up much of his advice for women in a book, All Men ARE Dogs, YOU are the Dog Trainer.
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