No More Mr. Nice Guy!
Language: en
Pages: 180
Authors: Robert A. Glover
Categories: Family & Relationships
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002-12-18 - Publisher: Running PressBook Pub

Debunks the "nice guy syndrome," the need to please others at one's own expense with the hope of receiving happiness, love, and fulfillment, and offers advice for how to rediscover oneself, revive one's sex life, and build better relationships with others.
No More Mr. Nice Guy
Language: en
Pages: 46
Authors: Doug Tsuruoka
Categories: Investments, Korean
Type: BOOK - Published: 1993 - Publisher:

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No More Mr. Nice Guy: the 30-Day Recovery Journal
Language: en
Pages: 130
Authors: Chuck Chapman
Categories: Investments, Korean
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-10-17 - Publisher:

If you read the book No More Mr. Nice Guy by Dr. Robert Glover, you're going to want to order a copy of No More Mr. Nice Guy: The 30-Day Recovery Journal. At the end of No More Mr. Nice Guy, Dr. Glover included a list of 30 values and rules that had personally helped him on his journey toward integration. This has become a road map for self-determined living by Nice Guys all over the world. Chuck Chapman, Dr. Glover's personal assistant, took these 30 rules and developed them into a journal format. Each day presents one of the rules with a meditation, questions for deeper reflection, and a space to journal your own thoughts around the rule. The 30-rules are:1. IF IT FRIGHTENS YOU, DO IT. 2. DON'T SETTLE. EVERY TIME YOU SETTLE YOU GET EXACTLY WHAT YOU SETTLE FOR. 3. PUT YOURSELF FIRST. 4. NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS, YOU WILL HANDLE IT. 5. WHATEVER YOU DO, DO IT 100%. 6. IF YOU DO WHAT YOU HAVE ALWAYS DONE, YOU WILL GET WHAT YOU HAVE ALWAYS GOT. 7. YOU ARE THE ONLY PERSON ON THIS PLANET RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR NEEDS, WANTS, AND HAPPINESS. 8. ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT. 9. IF WHAT YOU ARE DOING ISN'T WORKING, TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT.10. BE CLEAR AND DIRECT. 11. LEARN TO SAY "NO. 12. DON'T MAKE EXCUSES. 13. IF YOU ARE AN ADULT, YOU ARE OLD ENOUGH TO MAKE YOUR OWN RULES. 14. LET PEOPLE HELP YOU. 15. BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF. 16. DO NOT LET ANYONE TREAT YOU BADLY. NO ONE. EVER. 17. REMOVE YOURSELF FROM A BAD SITUATION INSTEAD OF WAITING FOR THE SITUATION TO CHANGE. 18. DON'T TOLERATE THE INTOLERABLE -- EVER. 19. STOP BLAMING. VICTIMS NEVER SUCCEED. 20. LIVE WITH INTEGRITY. DECIDE WHAT FEELS RIGHT TO YOU, THEN DO IT. 21. ACCEPT THE CONSEQUENCES OF YOUR ACTIONS. 22. BE GOOD TO YOURSELF. 23. THINK ABUNDANCE. 24. FACE DIFFICULT SITUATIONS AND CONFLICT HEAD ON. 25. DON'T DO ANYTHING IN SECRET. 26. DO IT NOW. 27. HAVE FUN. IF YOU ARE NOT HAVING FUN SOMETHING IS WRONG. 28. BE WILLING TO LET GO OF WHAT YOU HAVE SO YOU CAN GET WHAT YOU WANT.v29. GIVE YOURSELF ROOM TO FAIL. THERE ARE NO MISTAKES, ONLY LEARNING EXPERIENCES. 30. CONTROL IS AN ILLUSION. LET GO; LET LIFE HAPPEN. Chuck Chapman is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Certified No More Mr. Nice Guy Coach, student of self-development, and the personal assistant to Dr. Robert Glover. Chuck has built his private practice by helping others recover from toxic shame and overcoming their Nice Guy Tendencies. He is a contributing writer for many popular online publications. See more at www.niceguyhelp.com.
No More Mr. Nice Guy!
Language: en
Pages: 231
Authors: Stephen W. Brown
Categories: Christian life
Type: BOOK - Published: 1986 - Publisher:

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No More Mr Nice Guy
Language: en
Pages: 272
Authors: Howard Jacobson
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-08-31 - Publisher: Random House

Frank Ritz is a television critic. His partner, Melissa Paul, is the author of pornographic novels for liberated women. He watches crap all day; she writes crap all day. It's a life. Or it was a life. But now they're fighting, locked in oral combat. He won't shut up and she is putting her finger down her throat again. So there's only one thing for it - Frank has to go. But go where? And do what? Frank Ritz has been on heat more or less continuously since he could speak his own name. Let him out of the house and his first instinct is to go looking for sex. Deviant sex, treacherous sex, even straight sex, so long as it's immoderate - he's never been choosy. But what happens when sex is all you know but no longer what you want?