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Got a Bad Picker? by Jesse Carr MD opens with the most basic doubt any woman can have; how to identify a bad picker? First, this question is settled with a quick check survey. Jesse thereafter explores the potential causes and consequences of making poor relationship choices. She then enters into a very important discussion on how to fix and train a bad picker. In this context, living in the moment, gaining self awareness, and building self esteem, character and confidence are the main topics covered. To complete, making the art of picking error free, by becoming our own matchmaker and engaging both the (new) logical brain and the (old) emotional brain to facilitate living a life full of love and companionship, is deliberated at length.
Got a Bad Picker? by Jesse Carr MD convinced me that rational analysis is not a dying talent. Jesse has shown the importance of balancing our motivations, drives, and self statements against our choices to make wise decisions in relationships and in life. Also, as the book exhorts, we must go through life and living actively engaged or always fully present to enjoy the fascinating experience of confronting reality. This is an excellent book, which is a rather holistic look at the complex issue of living as a couple. Helpful questions at vantage points make this book a good aid for self improvement. I can tell with confidence that her appreciation of the negative selfie syndrome itself is good enough to propel this book to the list of the best books ever written on the male/female imbroglio.