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Open Her: Activate 7 Masculine Powers to Arouse Your Woman's Love & Desire

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Length: 10 hrs and 51 mins
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Open Her teaches a man how to embody seven masculine archetypes to engage his woman in a deeper, more passionate dance of love. Each archetype brings a power and a gift, a secret key to his woman's love and desire. Open Her will inspire a man to love his masculinity and to know the power it holds to open a woman to ever deepening states of pleasure and love.

©2014 Karen Brody (P)2018 Karen Brody

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  • Shelly Dax
  • 27-11-18

Fantastic book

As a woman reader, I felt like she reached in my soul and saw what I have been thinking and feeling. I couldn't believe how well she captures what women really want from their man. Insightful, engaging, deep and applicable. Recommend this highly to any man who wishes for a guidebook to being a desirable confidant and capable male.
{captures a lot of David Deida's more complex teachings and makes the concepts much simpler to grasp}.

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  • WILLIAM
  • 19-09-19

This Is a Work of Fiction that Insults Men

This author is a complete, man-hating fraud. I am sorry, but trying to convince men that women want poets, artists and directors is pure crap. This book represents everything that has led to the decline of masculinity over the last several decades in Western society. Her chapter on "The Warrior" is completely emasculating. The way she insults " Patrick's" masculine spirit then takes credit for " saving" him is garbage. This author has produced a work of fiction for her own causes. At the same time, she accidentally makes herself look like a whore when she all but brags about moving from man to man. Do yourself a favor and DO NOT purchase this crap. I even removed it from my device. Sorry lady, you really don't know anything about what women want in a man. Women are sick of weak, soft, milqtoast men who fold under pressure and can't be men. Worst book I've ever wasted my time on.

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  • Dean
  • 10-09-19

So everything is up to the male?

This book reads as if the author has issues with her ex.
As if she’s hammering men for her breakup.
I find it emasculating and often confusing.

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  • jose
  • 07-06-19

A good book to enforce the feminine imperative.

This book is written very poetically and beautiful, but with one sentence you can resume the book "guys are made to be sacrificed(for the country, for the society, for his family, and for his wife) and women only will love you if they can manipulate the guy to get sacrificed"

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  • Cross Trainer
  • 26-11-18

Well written but pedastaizes women

This is a really well written, put together book. But it struck me about an hour in, that this is all about bowing down and worshipping women. It strikes me as being a dancing entertaining monkey servant machine who caters to her every need.

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  • J. Gallardo
  • 27-11-18

A must listen for every heterosexual man!

This information will save millions of marriages (and create much more / often sexual fulfillment). It’s that simple.

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  • Robert M
  • 17-04-18

Perfect for beta male indoctrination

What disappointed you about Open Her: Activate 7 Masculine Powers to Arouse Your Woman's Love & Desire?

The book is whimsical but not realistic to any female who is under 45 years old and raised with today's selfie, Instagram narcissism and feminist persona. I only wish women would be receptive to these loving tactics. Having been married and dated hundreds of women, the books methods are unworkable... unless you're a beta male sycophant.

What was most disappointing about Karen A. Brody’s story?

The story reads that males are responsible for all of the females emotions, reactions and fears. It's not about mutual giving.

Any additional comments?

Narrator was good, content was spiritual and conceptual, albeit, a bit in fantasy land. Fewer and fewer women are satisfied by a male 'giving their all' to them. Doesn't matter if you're rich or poor, they get bored. Thank you social media for creating monsters (guys, too) who require tremendous and never ending attention from others. Today's ladies are, sadly, not the same as they were even 10 years ago and this book is a relic.

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  • Todd Gibbs
  • 06-03-19

Interesting read.

It was good to get a female view of the way women see and react to masculine behavior. I thought the stories made more of an impact than hearing that sweet voice say how it is. Even though I felt it was a little slow at times, I still picked up quite a bit more perspective than I thought. There are actionable suggestions that are worth trying and believe this book is worth the time to listen to.

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  • Normal Guy
  • 27-03-18

Drives a conclusion the author doesn't intend....

I wanted to like this book. I thought I'd gain some insights into how women view men, and their various actions. And to give some credit, I did learn a few. The Director-archetype was compelling to me, and I've actually used that knowledge in my relationship to drive decisions without collaboration to a much greater extent. It always goes over better than an endless cycle of "I don't know, where do YOU want to have dinner?". So that's good.

However as the author continues to drone on and on about all of the various ways that men need to meet women's complex and every changing needs, as a regular guy I began to feel like, "you know what? I love women like most guys, but they really aren't worth all THAT." My interest in listening began to drop off rapidly at that point, although I soldiered on another hour or so and listened to more detailed, tenuous requirements of handling women's needs. Yawn.

I give the woman credit for taking a stab at defining what she wants. But it comes off the same way it would if a man just sat down and cranked out chapter after chapter of how women can best serve his needs. While perhaps its a cathartic experience for the author, the rest of us are left rolling our eyes.

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  • Kevin Spooner
  • 26-02-18

Brings you in, then disappoints.

At first I was really into this and then got some (what I thought at the time) were decent insights. Then I got to a bit about where she asserts that to a woman, every word he says is to her a promise, and must be upheld, but a woman lives in a series of “emotional truths” that change and fluctuate from moment to moment, and can therefore not be held accountable to having to do what they say and say what they mean. Nope! I reject this wholeheartedly and it’s made me realize this book is pretty much an attempt to get men to become serene about expecting fairness in their relationships. Buyer beware. NEXT!

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