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Inside this Book – I ‘m a Nice Guy. I’m one of the nicest guys you’re ever going to meet.” Jason, a chiropractor in his mid-thirties, began his first session of individual therapy with this introduction. Jason described his life as “perfect” — except for one major problem — his sex life. It had been several months since he and his wife Heather had been sexual and it didn’t look like anything was going to change soon. Jason spoke openly about his marriage, his family, and his sexuality. An affable man, he seemed to welcome the opportunity to talk about himself and his life. More than anything, Jason wanted to be liked. He saw himself as a very generous, giving person. He prided himself on not having many ups and downs and for never losing his temper. He revealed that he liked to make people happy and that he hated conflict. To avoid rocking the boat with his wife, he tended to hold back his feelings and tried to do everything “right.” After this introduction, Jason took a piece of paper out of his pocket and began to unfold it. While doing so, he stated that he had written a few things down so he wouldn’t forget them. “I can never do it right,” Jason began, looking over his list. “No matter how hard I try, Heather always finds something wrong. I don’t deserve to be treated this way. I try to be a good husband and father, but it’s never good enough.” Jason paused as he looked over his list. “This morning is a good example,” he continued. “While Heather was getting ready for work, I got our baby Chelsie up, fed her breakfast, gave her a bath. I had her all ready to go and was about to get ready myself. Then Heather walked in and got that look on her face. I knew I was in trouble.” “‘Why’d you dress her in that? That’s a good outfit.'” Jason mimicked his wife’s tone. “I didn’t know she wanted Chelsie to wear something different. After everything I did to get her ready this morning, it was still wrong.”
Inside this book –No More Mr. Nice Guy PDF Book by Robert A. Glover – I concluded the previous chapter with the question, “Why would it seem rational for a person to try to eliminate or hide certain things about himself and try to become something different unless there was a significant compelling reason for him to do so? Why do people try to change who they really are?” After spending years examining the Nice Guy Syndrome from every possible angle, there is only one answer to this question that makes sense: Because it does not feel safe or acceptable for a boy or man to be just who he is. Becoming a Nice Guy is a way of coping with situations where it does not feel safe or acceptable for a boy or man to be just who he is. Further, the only thing that would make a child or an adult sacrifice one’s self by trying to become something different is a belief that being just who he is must be a bad and/or dangerous thing. The premise of this book is that during their formative years, all Nice Guys received messages from their families and the world around them that it was not safe, acceptable, or desirable for them to be who they were, just as they were. So how did Nice Guys receive these messages and why did they respond to them in the way that they did? The following is a short course on how families and society turn perfect little boys into men who believe they have to be “good” in order to be loved.
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- Full Book Name – No More Mr. Nice Guy
- Author of this Book – Robert A. Glover
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Non-Fiction, Business, Health, Philosophy
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