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Conversation Chemistry Launches in 7 Days!…

February 19th, 2008

Hello and welcome to the launch blog for Conversation Chemistry.

Amy Waterman and I are extremely excited to bring you this new book.

You’re about to put an end to communication blunders with the opposite sex, and discover how to how to talk to the opposite sex (and including essential body language skills) in such a way as to create, build and maintain unstoppable attraction.

We’ve not only used our own knowledge here, we’ve enlisted the help of numerous dating coaches and councellors in order to ensure that you get the best, proven advice available on how to communicate with the opposite sex.

In order to kick this launch week off with a bang, we’ve decided to give away 5 free copies of Conversation Chemistry. What you’ll receive is the full 298 book (via instant download), plus the bonus audio interviews with dating experts, plus some exciting bonus books.

To enter, all you have to do is write a comment below on why you want a copy of Conversation Chemistry.

What I’ll do is select my 3 favorite answers, plus another 2 at random and they’ll be the 5 winners.

So what are you waiting for? It’s easy to enter, just write your answer in the comment box below! I’ll announce the winners in a couple of days time.

Your friend,

Mia Summers
Co-Author, Conversation Chemistry
Conversation Chemistry is also co-authored by Amy Waterman



1567 Responses to “Conversation Chemistry Launches in 7 Days!…”

  1. Elizabeth Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy and everyone!

    I want a copy of the “Conversation Chemistry” because I want to be a better person inside first and keep improving myself so that I can date better and meet my Mr Right!

    Also I think self-development and personal growth are important so that we can keep dating and relationships fresh and alive to maintain attraction and chemistry.

    Everyone learns from somewehere, their parents, friends and mentors.

    Mia, you’re one of my favourite mentors in dating and relationships.

    Your work so far has enabled me to reframe my thinking and mindset with regards to life and love, so I believe this new book would be enlightening, inspiring and full of tips to help everyone do better.

    Keep up the great work and thanks for reading!
    Cheers!

    Your fan in Asia.

    Elizabeth Claire Ng.
    I hope to learn more from you!

  2. STOIAN Gabriel Says:

    Dear Sir or Madam

    I would like to win a free copy of the book “Conversation Chemistry - How to Talk to Opposite Sex” because I really need realy good advices in this area of my life.

    Respectfully,

    STOIAN Gabriel,

    Romania

  3. shiraats Says:

    let me just say this if u have ever been in conversation with me you know that i deserve to win a book

  4. johan Says:

    How do you get the conversation to go on if you run out of topics after a while.If you go on a date the date can not end after a hour so how can you do that the conversations can go on for 2 hours.

    Thank you

    Johan

  5. Keith Says:

    I am a shy person upon meeting new people. Until I get to know them I am reluctant to open up conversation. I don’t want to reveal anything about myself and am scared of being to forward in talking with someone else. I am now divorced after 23 years of marriage. I would like to meet someone special but am afraid to. I was committed to my marriage and don’t know how to date anymore. I was faithful to my wife and did not associate with other women on a personal level. I am still bitter at my ex telling me that she loved me and was also committed to our marriage only then to say that all her words were lies and she wanted a divorce. I am now reluctant to trust another woman. I need help on getting my feet back on the ground!

  6. Dallas Says:

    Cause I clam up when on a date

  7. Chris Says:

    I want a copy as a tool to help me get my “game” back. I just got out of a relationship of a year and a half and I can’t recall how I used to do it. Before her I had women falling all over me and I was able to pull off the one night stand quite often. I’m a very good looking athletic 25 year old guy and I own my own company. But, if you don’t know what to say anymore it doesn’t matter! That’s why I want a copy!

  8. Dallas Says:

    I always feel so stupid when I meet a new man. I usually can’t think of a thing to say that would sound intelligent. I think this has caused me to miss out over the 10 years I have been divorced. I need alittle help!

  9. Linda Says:

    I absolutely require a copy of this book because for some unknown reason, I have not had any chemistry with a man in too long a time. I often wonder why since I am intelligent, attractive, sociable, like-able, talented. But it seems that very few men are attracted to me. HELP! Linda

  10. Angie Says:

    oh honey, I need all the help I can get! ;o)

  11. Justin Ballot Says:

    Well, if i was in the USA i would have asked you for a date, but i’m in the UAE so as Cassie says in her song, i would have a long way to go. So if i can’t have a date with you, then a signed copy of Meet Your Sweet is the next best thing.
    PS when u coming to Dubai?

  12. Tamer Says:

    Happiness

  13. michelle Says:

    Queen of Desperation!!!! I need your help!!!!

  14. chi Says:

    Conversation chemistry will help me effectively determine the type of guy i’m talking to and will enable me to quickly analyze the person in a few minutes. It will be an effective tool in my search for love.

  15. c lewis Says:

    I would like a copy of this book becuase I am recently divorced after 32 years of marriage, and am not up to speed on how to have a conversation with a man.

  16. Cristina Says:

    I would like to have this book because being able to communicate with the opposite sex (in this case, men) in a relaxed, intelligent, graceful, flirty, fun, exciting way, is–or at least should be–one of life’s greatest pleasures.

  17. riya Says:

    I want a copy of conversation chemistry to improve my communications skills and confidence on the whole

  18. Killigan Martinez Says:

    Hello, well… I knew the internet was a huge source of information about everything, but this really surprised me. If I wanted to find out how to build a computer o cook a meal I would have looked it up on the Internet, but learning how to approach ladies and create chemistry on the internet was something that I know every man dreams on and think it’s impossible.

    I’ve been a very shy man all my life, I know I’m kinda attractive, but when I try to talk to a woman, I always mess it all up. Well, since I started to read your courses I’ve improuved a lot, but chemistry is something I haven’t explored yet. As I’ve been your feithfull reader, I deserve one copy, and I’ll dedicate all my future succeses to you.

    Thanks.

  19. Lina Manjarres Says:

    I have a crush on this man. We work together many hours a week. But once the work talk finished I do not know what to talk to him I get embarrased, and the silence gets over me. It’s been 7 years and nothing changes. I just wish to be a good talker, some one to know how to make him talk about things we never talk.
    Please Help ME!!

    Lina

  20. Lyn Gilbert Says:

    There is a man I met almost 2 years ago - he is HUGE in certain circles, but he’s made it clear he knows EXACTLY who I am…but when I go to see him, I choke…totally choke. He is spiritual, creative, wise, vulnerable, very human and (to me), sexy as all-getout. I want to know how to get past the “groupie” issue and let my inner beauty out…just to “get out of my own way”.

    Healing, Love, Peace
    Lyn Gilbert

  21. Zolka Says:

    I live in the end of the world in very small litlle city called Coyhaique where it hasn’t been easy to date men, so I feel if Conversation Chemistry can make a differece in my dating life can make a difference in woman of the all world arround as well.

  22. Misty Phelps Says:

    HI guys,
    Well first all I would like to say that I seriously need this book to kick start my dating life. I havent dated in 8 years. That’s right 8 years I havent had a date or been anywhere near an endearing charming man. Im dying to remake myself. To speak and flirt in ways I never did when I was seruiously dating. I’ve been closed off to that part of my life for quite some time and I’m ready to jump back in. I recently made a move from my home town to Houston, TX without knowing anyone. I grew up in a small town and packed up to start a new life for myself in the big city. I’m taking chances and risks I never would have taken before. I’m doing all I can to be open to life, love and happiness in a way I never knew before. This book would continue to help me on my path of finally opening up this last part of me, my beautiful romantic side that has so much to offer a wonderful man. I’m looking for a best friend and partner and need to learn how to speak and communicate from my heart. I hope I havent bored you and I hope to hear from you soon.
    Sincerely,
    Beginning my life in Houston
    Misty

  23. Linda Mazza Says:

    I would love a copy of your book conversation chemistry.
    I’m one of those woman that worry what I say may make me look or feel foolish. I’m also taken wrong at times (I try to stay consciense of this) but then I tend to come off shy and timid instead of strong and full of confidence because I keep quite. Help!

    Thank you

  24. Robert E. Allen Says:

    Dear Mia, I am writing because I need help. Don’t let a good man, go bad! I am an attractive, confident, successful, middle aged man. I live in New York City where I must see 1000 beautiful woman every day. They walk by, many of them even smile at me, which is a true mircale in itself, considering the typical ‘don’t bother me’ attitude they often radiate. I see them on the subway, at the market and I know I would give almost anything to get their attention. I have no problem attracting women, but what about the ones I WANT to attract? If I knew what to say, without hesitation, I would be a much happier man. Please, save me! Thanks, Robert.

  25. Linda Mazza Says:

    I would love a copy of your book conversation chemistry.
    I’m one of those woman that worry what I say may make me look or feel foolish. I’m also taken wrong at times (I try to stay consciense of this) but then I tend to come off shy and timid instead of strong and full of confidence because I keep quite. Help!

    Thank you

  26. Mary Says:

    Hi Mia,

    I’m 52 years old and single; have been for about 15 years with a couple of fairly short term relationships. I work at home so I don’t meet a lot of people; when I do go to an office it’s out of town. I have trouble meeting men because I’m shy,,, If I meet someone that I’m attracted to, I either sound like a blithering idiot… lol OR I get so tongue tied that I can’t think of a thing to say. If it’s someone I’m not attracted to I can usually at least carry on a bit of a conversation… I seriously need some assistance with this subject… thank you and take care! :)

  27. Rose Fragaglia Says:

    I’m new to dating…I’m a 33 year old, single mom!…I have not been out on a date for over 10 years!…I don’t know what to even converse about???….In desperate need of Conversation HELPPPP!!!!….I’m sure the information you can provide will lead me to the road of my new life with much needed CONFIDENCE!!!!
    With LOTS of Thanks,
    Rose

  28. tatjana Says:

    I think I need a copy of this book because sometimes I have problem in communication with man, but only if I like him very much or if I am in love with him. Normally, in company with members of opposite sex I feel very comfortable, I am flirty, and they think I am very attractive women. But when I am emotionally interested, I am not composed and I need theme for conversation.

  29. Rose Fragaglia Says:

    I’m new to dating…I’m a 33 year old, single mom!…I have not been out on a date for over 10 years!…I don’t know what to even converse about???….In desperate need of Conversation HELPPPP!!!!….I’m sure the information you can provide will lead me to the road of my new life with much needed CONFIDENCE!!!!
    With LOTS of Thanks,
    Rose

  30. Norah Says:

    I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I desperately want to attract my husband, sounds strange but it isn’t. I found out a while ago that he had been having an affair for three years with a woman ten years younger than him and me, it is all over now as he got a wake up call when he received the divorce papers, he wouldn’t sign them, he asked me to forgive him but since then I haven’t been able to communicate with him, I need all the help that I can get, thank you for taking the time to read this.

  31. Mike Says:

    I am in sales and Customer Service. I have listened to your materials before and found them to be really helpful. I want to increase my chemistry with women and i believe once anyone succeeds in this area they can succeed in any other area of life.

    i have a sweet already and i don,t want her to one day just feel she’s not attracted to me I wanna maintain the spark.

    I have seen and believe your programs transform real live humans to make them better relational beings. From Family, to the work place and the field life is about contacts and creating and maintaining those contacts involves relationships. People work hard for relationships of people they feel attracted to. I really wanna have that “conversation Chemistry”

    Warm regards,
    mike ndegwa
    Kenya Africa

  32. Steve Says:

    I recently had a woman in my life that I thought I could be with forever. Somehow it got away from me due to the failure to successfully communicate with her in times of disagreement. I want to know how to have the ability to maintain attraction in the face of disagreement so it is not so easy for a woman to throw it all away.

  33. Norah Says:

    I want to attract my husband, I found out he had been having an affair, the affair is over but I cannot make conversation with him beyond being polite.

  34. Rose Fragaglia Says:

    I hope that this copy of Conversation Chemistry can help guide me, and give me the encouragement that I need to meet new people and not feel like a FOOL!!!!…..

  35. Waid Says:

    I want copy of Conversation Chemistry because I would like to learn and know how to be attracted to women and learn how to find out if the chemistry is there between us through converstaion. I hope the Converstation Chemistry book will help.

    Thanks for your time and effort.

    Peace,

    Waid

  36. Krystie Says:

    If I don’t know what to say here, how will I know what to say in a conversation with the opposite sex…especially if they’re cute! You wonder why I’m still single?

  37. Karen allison Says:

    Hi,
    Oooh, I need a copy of this book. Let me tell you… I was married for many years to this guy who was really terrible to me. He never had much to say about what went on in his day, barely ever asked me how my day went. I home schooled my daughter through high school. Most days I only had her to talk to. One day I had enough self esteem to tell him go. I’ve been divorce for 6 years now. I’ve had one failed relationship since then and that was 2 years ago. I see men I am interested in but I find myself stumbling to say anything to them. I’ve always been shy, I really don’t know what to do any more. But I know this much,I want a wonderful relationship. I deserve a wonderful relationship.I have a lot to offer some one. I want a copy so I can learn the skills I need to find that man that is waiting for a great woman like me :-) Help!

  38. Robert Lloyd Says:

    I would like a copy because I will not only read it but i will put the information to good use. I’m a 51 years young man who is just beginning to realize the dynamiics of creating attraction, and this book will help me in my quest to find a special woman to spend the rest of my life with. I also promise to use it responsible. Thank you.

    Robert

  39. Brock Burkett Says:

    I’m not looking for a handout or anything… But I am a recent widower. I would really appreciate this book to improve my conversational skills for talking to women. My wife died last night when she was attempting a bungie jump and her bungie cord was too long and she turned into a pancake when hitting the ground. So now I’m a single dad with 6 kids, that is on welfare. I work 12 hour days to put food on the table for my children. It would mean a lot to me if I could win a copy of this book. This book would improve my conversations with women so I would be able to find a mother for all these damn kids…

  40. Roxanne Says:

    cotton mouth, dry lips (where the *&%$ my gloss!), stumbling, fumbling over words, over my own tongue. i hide behind my hair for fear of being spoken to. i’m mastering the art of a brave face, but whats the use of a brave face without being able to say the right thing. i’ll put that book to good use!

    also, just while i’m here. i really enjoy your words of wisdom. it’s enlightening and it’s really helped me with my journey to becoming a real woman. i find it’s really not so much about finding a man so much as about finding Yourself. i thank you and who i imagine to be the very hot slade shaw. the male perspective really helps!

  41. helen Says:

    i seem to have a problem of worrying about what to say i always think i am going to say something that will be wrong or hurt someones feelings and i sure do not want to do that i am very insecure but am working on it every day . thanks helen

  42. Johanne Boucher Says:

    The reason I would love to have the book is very simple. I freeze like a vegetable when I’m attracted to a man! So just imagine what comes out of my mouth when they actually talk to me…@&*%!!…my friend was a witness once, and said I looked like a fool, I didn’t even talk to her when he was around. My lips glue together!! Anyways, I have to pay for her therapy now…HELP!! PLEASE!!

  43. ralph taylor Says:

    Knowing that women talk more often and ue an average of 5000 more words than men, it would be good to learn how to better talk to them. I have always finding myself looking for words when speaking to them. I would love to learn how to effectively communcate with women to get them more attracted to me.

  44. varoujan Says:

    h

  45. chong shun siang Says:

    help me, i really need book. imagine this, i can’t talk in front of gal, especially in front of the 1 i been attracted, i’ll be verbally constipated. what to say to speak in the right manner and get some chemistry work.
    so do help me up, i need the exellent way of making a conversation and create some (or even lots of) chemistry
    do consider me
    i am a true support of MR James as well

  46. Rocky Says:

    I think it is the most essential thing when it comes to approaching the women and then holding it without arousing the feeling of insecurity in women.

  47. Kholofelo Says:

    I’ve been dating this man for 4mnths, things have been super until recently. We now spend more time watching TV and not saying a word to each other. Basically we have ran out of words to say and we truly love each other. Your book will really help us a lot.

    Thank you!

  48. tinu Says:

    i need this article bacause its goin to help me a whole lot

  49. Shannon Cronk Says:

    I believe I need “Conversation Chemistry”, because when I speak with men I have a bad habit of always bringing up my soon to be ex or I just feel like my life is so boring that I don’t have alot to say. Well tahnk you for your time. Have a great day.

    Sincerely,

    Shannon Cronk

  50. shoghig Says:

    Maybe I will be able to communicate with not only the opposite sex but with everyone, once I read your advices.
    Thank you

  51. Annette Says:

    I was in an abusive marriage and well, after that I am just at a loss for how to speak to men.

  52. Ili Colon Says:

    When it comes to the internet I can have the best conversations with guys but when it comes to one on one in person I am horrible. I get all nervous & insecure that I can’t come up with any interesting topic. That’s when those long moment of silence come.

  53. Leeann Says:

    With a 2 year old a 5 year old a dog a full time job a husband that travels for business - we need a conversation tool to keep the marriage strong!

  54. Sarah Says:

    I would love a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I am reasonably good looking, have no trouble starting a conversation with a man, but have no idea how to hold his interest. I need tips on what to talk about and probably more important - what not to talk about. I just seem to run out of things to say. Plese help me be able to show just how interesting and engaging I can be!

    Thanks,
    Sarah

  55. Teresa Culbertson Says:

    I would love a copy of Conversation Chemistry! I would love to be able to talk to men, esp. my mate, so that we enter into truely exciting conversations with each other. I feel I keep approaching it incorrectly, so that instead of openning a conversation so we can both be heard and get to know each other on a deeper level, the conversation tends to end in him getting defensive and shutting down. I want to be able to interact at a deeper level and there has got to be a way to do that, to open that door and have the two of us walk thru, happily!!! =) That is why I would like to have a copy of the book! Thanks! Teresa

  56. Eboni Says:

    I’m a very shy person who feel as though I don’t have too much to talk about. My ex broke up with almost 2 yrs ago and I haven’t been with anyone since. I go out with my girlfriends and they seem to attract guys like magnets. There been times I’m even left alone at an event because I don’t talk much. I REALLY need the help.

  57. Linda Trudeau Says:

    Hello:

    I need a copy of Conversation Chemistry because it is about time that I get a life. I have spent the last two years working and working. It is now time to meet some new people and “get a life”. I have found, in the past, when I meet new men, there are times when I just don’t know what to say. I really hate that.

  58. Andy Liew Says:

    I’m currently 23 years old. I consider myself ‘fail’ in terms of being a man. Since small I was a very timid boy who don’t even dare to put up the head when walking. Everytime when there is a girl walking past by, I will feel very shy and uncomfortable. In class, I’m not even dare to sit near to them. Due to this attitude, until now I’m not even dated a girl. I just too shy. I don’t know what make me like that but I really hope someday I will be able to join them, having fun, enjoy the rainbow of life and most importantly become a real man that I should be. To answer the question why I should get a free copy of ‘Conversation Chemistry’, I think I need it very much. Need it very much to improve the quality of my life. Need it very much to take back what I have lost in the past 23 years of becoming a man. I will really appreciate if Sir/Madam would give this very special price to me. And I hope that in my this coming 23years old birthday, I can have a girlfriend as my biggest present. Thank you very much.

  59. Larry G Says:

    The reason I would like to be considered for a free copy of your new book is that my wife and I have been married for 21 years and we are at a breaking point regarding our marriage. I am a closet spend-a-holic and a liar regarding our relationship and have caused nothing but problems in our marriage. I do not want to loss my beautiful and wonderful wife/mother due to my inability or skills needed to have an open honest conversation. Please consider my submission for a free copy of your book.

  60. Ketil Says:

    Hi

    I want to get a copy of this course to better understand where I talk to sexual and where I talk with to little sexual energy. A lot of girls makes eye-contact with me, but I don’t know how to just go over and talk. Talking to strangers in general is kind of hard.

  61. J.C. Lavoie Says:

    I would love to get this book, I find that I usually close myself when I have an issue with my wife. I end up sulking, not talking and keeping everything inside, maybe this book can help me overcome this problem of mine.

  62. Annie Says:

    Good Morning:
    I am a 56 year old female and all of my life I’ve struggled with the art of conversation. I’ve always been the one hanging in the background, and when I do speak I feel as though I’m not heard. My defense has always been “I’m a good listener”.

  63. Sarah Boykin Smithey Says:

    Why do I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry?

    I want to train to have light, merry, teasing social chats. Let me tell my story: I am a shy, older, separated & soon to be divorced, woman who wants desperately to hold her own amongst those of you already blessed with the ‘gab gift.’ I struggle with the new single lifestyle yet want to become fully integrated; am working on myself in many venues: new clothing, revamped face & hair, gym and art classes, and so on and so on. I, who have an advanced degree in Marketing, know the importance of presenting a complete package. In other words, I want to talk the talk as well as walk the walk. Please, will you help me? Thanks much and best wishes, SBS

  64. sandy berry Says:

    I believe that Ihave difficulty keeping a realtionship longer than two months because I do not know what to talk about or what the boudaries of conversation topics are for a new relationship.

  65. Buhle Zwane Says:

    I am now married for 5 years. In 2003 and 2004 I had a miss carriage. At that time we were very happy and my husband was exceptionally supportive. In Nov 2006 things took a different turn. He started by not talking to and when I ask him why he will just say there is nothing wrong. This behaviour continued till 2007 November. Each time I try talking to him he will just be rude and tell me that every thing is my fault (do not even tell me what exactly he is talking about) Now things are a little better but now and then he will just not talk to me maybe for a week or so.Not talkng means not greeting or bye when going to work nothing.

  66. sandy berry Says:

    I believe that I have difficulty keeping a relationship longer than two months because I do not know what to talk about or what the boundaries of conversation topics are for new relationships.

  67. Ed Says:

    Itr seems interesting.

  68. Renee Says:

    The reason I’d like to win one of the five free copies is because I’m shy… especially around guys, and it makes it very hard for me to talk to them. I usually don’t have anything to say, because whenever I’m with someone I’ve just met, I have a huge blank.. I don’t know what to say to start a good conversation. Guys I date usually find me too quiet and reserved because of this. They find that they are doing all the talking, and the relationship goes nowhere because of this reason. If I won a copy of your book, it would help me a lot with being able to talk to guys, and also to talk to people I’ve just met. It would maybe help me with my shyness as well, since I would know what to say. All in all, winning this book would help me a lot in many areas of my life.

  69. A Says:

    i’d like to receive a copy of conversation chemistry, because it’s worth a try.. nothing ventured, nothing gained.

  70. Benjo Says:

    Dear Mia and Amy,

    There’s this charming,pretty lady, my co-worker, whose cubicle is a few meters away from mine. She is truly my crush! The problem is I’m too shy to approach and talk to her. Each time we meet in the hallway, I couldn’t help but pretend not to see her, my eyes suddenly avoiding hers.I feel really awkward and get tongue-tied infront of her. Yet, I long for the day that we could have an interesting, lively conversation…one that could lead to special feelings for each other. I don’t want to feel like an insecure,pathetic high school kid anymore! Thus, getting a copy of your book could be a great source of information on how to be the man whom my crush would like to communicate and spend quality time with. Thanks…

    Sincerely,

    Benjo

  71. Suzanne Close Says:

    My reasons for wanting the book, as selfish as they might be, are to reignite interests in my conversations with my husband that don’t just revolve around our teenager, our jobs, or the most often negative things going on in the world around us.
    Being married for 17 years, our communications have changed. I would like to be able at least one time a week focus on us, be able to hear what he is saying past, yada, yada, yada and be able to speak and get his attention as we used to in the 10 years of dating prior to marriage.
    If you think your book would be of assistance in this case, I would like to give it a read! Thanks for considering me.

  72. Donna Says:

    Hi Mia,

    I deserve a free copy of Conversation Chemistry. Although I think I normally know what to say, there are times when I just feel differently, almost like a different person with a different perspective. And then there is the other side–the man! I’m sure it’s the same for him. So it comes down to perception and that particular situation. I need to know how to interact based on the situation presented, not just in general.

  73. John McGinty Says:

    My wife and I have been married for almost 18 years. Communication between us has been based on perspective rather than reality. I wouldl like a copy of the book because we are now seperated by 700 miles - physcially and emotionally. I am at a lose on how to extend to her my feelings on security, as well as understanding hers. I am a god communicator, but as I have learned, if you don’t know your audience, it really makes know difference what you say - it sometimes how you say it that can make all the difference. I am frustrated with the way she responds which has distracted me from my content in my conversations. In other words, I can’t say anything right at this point and I need help. I don’t want 17 years of marriage to be thrown out the window just because I my words need some fine tuning. Help.

  74. winfred sefogah Says:

    whenever i’m with ladies i find very dificult as to what to say that will begin the conversation making me to feel very uncomfortable.i really want what can kick start the conversation,please help me out.

  75. Martin Says:

    Sometimes it feels like we speak different languages at home. I really need to learn to decode the messages sent to me, and I need to learn to send away messages that can’t be misinterpreted…

    Good reason enough why I desperately need your book?

  76. Brenda Svoboda Says:

    I met Mr. Right online 6 weeks ago. From the start we were able to have deep and meaningful telephone conversations. He shared that his deepest wish would be to meet me, fall in love and sail off into the sunset on his boat. Then he left for a scheduled 8 day vacation. When we were catching up (we still have not met in person) I told him that a former boyfriend was trying to sue me because he heard about a book I’m publishing. The book has nothing to do with relationships or him. We were planning to finally meet and he was supposed to call me later that day with his flight info. That’s the last I heard from him and that was several days ago. I think I conveyed in our last conversation that I was a woman with problems, when I was just sharing information. hmmmm…

  77. Brucene Says:

    I need to learn to converse better. My husband of nearly forty years has left and most of our problem seems to be around communicating and being able to carry on a conversation.

  78. Lugo Says:

    The ability to emotionally communicate with a woman makes an invaluable asset, for it builds the foundation of a strong relationship.

    As a man in a relationship, I can think of no other aspect of a relationship being more important than developing an intimate communication with my woman.

    I think the Conversation Chemistry book opens the door to the woman’s mind- exactly what I’ve always been waiting for!

  79. Elyse Says:

    Unfortunately, the dreaded condition I call “brain freeze” is not limited solely to those occasions when one consumes one’s ice cream a little too quickly. I have found it can also strike all-too-frequently any time I have an opportunity to chat casually with an attractive man. The result: blushing, blinding self-consciousness and zero conversation. Help!!

  80. Jessica Kilpatrick Says:

    I have had some past relationship problems and majority of that came from not trusting men but communication problems. I guess when it came to having conversations with men I was a “closed book” type of personality. Not really knowing what to say in conversations I felt like a “blank page” in a sense.

    Since subscribing to the Meet Your Sweet and How to Be Irresistible to Men I have regained a new amount of self-confidence and a renewed outlook on dating and relationships. Considering that fact that these newsletters have changed my life in a dramatic way, I can only think of what this book could do for my life.

  81. Brucene Says:

    If I should win…I will be away until the 3rd of March

  82. Donna P. Says:

    I would love to be able to have great conversations with my husband. He has a very hard time making conversation and staying involved in one. He says that his mind tends to wander and that he sometimes really doesn’t care what others have to say! I’ve told him that he needs to make an effort to try to at least focus while someone is talking to him. Not only does he need to know how to communicate with me, he needs to learn how to be a good listener so that he might be able to make friends. When he does listen to me, or we have the conversations that I want to have, he’s uncomfortable and believes it to be the equivalence of having bamboo shoved under his fingernails. He absolutely HATES it. So having a guide to what works would be tremendously welcomed!

  83. Marla Says:

    I need a copy of your book so that I know what to say to men or in fact anyone. I am not a person to start a conversation and I have alot of trouble keeping a conversation going, I am always afraid of what I am saying is wrong or offensive to someone so I just keep my thoughts to myself. Which make people think that I am weird or stuck up. I would like to find something that would make conversation a wonderful part of my life.

  84. Monica Lowrance Says:

    I recently went on a date and it was like I was being held hostage for 5 hours! The night started off nice enough but it was like he didn’t want the night to end.. and I did. He can’t seem to remember my name and demonstrated that by introducing me as Melinda. For the first few times we talked on the phone before the date, he kept calling me Melody. I kept laughingly saying.. My name is MONICA. By the end of the date I was yawning in my glass of water. I tried to remember some basic questions .. favorite this and that. I was running out of stuff to ask and say. I had lost interest a few hours back! I just wonder if this book might have some great tips for when you’re stuck in a “hostage” date. To end this great night.he received a call at the diner.. from his family… informing him that his family(brother and sister-in-law) had went and picked up my son, without my permission. Yeah I about fell out right there in Waffle House! I told him how freaked out I was and he dismissed it and said the boys were having fun. He proceeded to drink several more cups of coffee and I just stopped smiling and drank the water. I would like to prevent any more of these types of dates and erase the weirdo magnet I have attached!
    HELP!!
    Thank you for your consideration. Monica L.

  85. Angela Stringer Says:

    Mia, I really need this book. I was married for 21 years. Over this time and 3 kids later.. I have lost what it takes to talk to people…more or less to other guys. I am at a stand still… I freeze when they come around only because I feel I have nothing to talk about or maybe I am just not confident enough, not really sure. Being at the “MIDDLE AGE” I
    am, it is hard enough without knowing how to get past this problem I have.

  86. Tom Colgrove Says:

    I am always looking for that ‘magic bullet’ conversation book that helps couples do a better job of communicating.
    I see a large number of folks whose conversations breakdown and flare up into conflicts. There is a connection between conflict resolution and good communication, but many people don’t have a clue. Hopefully, you have provided the answers.
    Tom

  87. dave Says:

    Normally I would fill in the silience with bird calls, this book would be a welcome change for the women I meet,

  88. Kathy Says:

    My husband wants a divorce and I do not. Whenever I try to talk to him, I end up responding to his frustration with hurt and anger. We never really talk about how to fix what is wrong. We just keep bringing up all the ways that our relationship isn’t working, all the ways that we are frustrated, and all the ways that we are hurt.

  89. Daniel Says:

    I CAN’T GET A GIRL FRIEND NO MATTER HOW HARD I TRY ,I’VE HAVE TRYED EVRY THING YOU NAME IT I’VE TRYED IT .STILL NO LUCK .I WOULD LOVE A PRETTY GIRL FRIEND .BUT I CAN’T GET ONE.HOPEFULLY THIS WILL HELP ME START A CONVERSATION WITH A GIRL .THANKS FOR READING THIS COMMENT

  90. Tom Colgrove Says:

    Why I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry is my experience with many people who are unable to make conversations flow and ebb, engage and reveal their true hearts and desires to one another. This is true before marriage, and gets even better during marriage. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Tom

  91. David Says:

    In my experience, Marriage communication evolves over time and i find i need to develop this skill and give my heart ever more to be a better communicator. I hope i can radically change my marriage dynamics from principles i learn frm this series.

  92. Jeremy Kenny Says:

    Learning to disconnect and let your straying partner know that your not a push over is an important step and a tough one to put into practice. BUT it works.
    Couple with that a sense of self worth and looking after yourself ( because now you have to realise no one else will ) is also key.
    Now without having slammed any doors closed your partner is under no illusions that you mean business, if they want a relationship with you it will be on new terms not the old ones, and you will only accept a move when you are comfortable and ready. Me I’ve declined early advances because I have not been given clear unequivical proof of a genuine change in attitude and behaviour. I’m not compromising my self esteem again, no sir. If you like I’ve been reinvented by me. Ciao J

  93. Heather Says:

    My husband and I are in the throws of a huge marriage crisis. We are in therapy and yet when we go home we can only talk about the “weather” before a conversation gets heated. I have decided to jsut have true conversations in the presence of our therapist because I fear the argument that will inevitably happen if we talk. Help.

  94. wendee Says:

    I really need this because the man i’m seeing doesn’t understand anything i say! He always takes it the wrong way. i want to let how to communicate effectively!

  95. Fran Says:

    Have you ever felt you were trying too hard to be charming? So many times I have felt I was ‘pulling’ information from a date. The only thing he would say was “so, what’s your sign?” or “tell me….why are you single”. Now, I’m not big on astrology and I’m not about to share the details of why I’m single with a complete stranger. So, PLEASE HELP!!! How do you keep the conversation interesting with someone who doesn’t seem to know what to say?

    I’m 59 years old, divorced for 10 years and wondering if I’m doing something wrong or if I just haven’t met the right person. I don’t have the luxury of being 30 years old and the majority of my life ahead of me. Won’t you help out one of the Senior Citizens who value your suggestions? I need your conversation tips.

  96. Cathy Says:

    Hi!
    I would really appreciate a free copy of Conversation Chemistry because I am often at a loss for words when there is an opportunity to engage motos in conversation past an opening steatement. I could also benefit from your input on body language and the messages it communicates, as well.

    Thanks for your consideration,
    Cathy vonJess

  97. JB Says:

    When I’m with my Husband it seems that I am at a loss for words. He seems to have a power over me that I can’t get a grip on. I sure want to. It’s my time to turn the tables on him!
    JB

  98. Barry Says:

    Why do I want a copy of this book? Well, I…ah, sometimes I have trouble…do you know what…oh, how shall I say…it would be great if…why can’t I find…!! :-)
    Peace
    Barry

  99. sonia Says:

    If I am in front of somebody who attracts me , I feel I am unable to lead a conversation

  100. Dan Kelly Says:

    Its time to start talking to my wife and stop thinking about how it could be. I want us to understand each other in-depth so we can begin to re-connect and rebuild our relationship to be as fulfilling as it can possibly be. :) I want US forever and working now will insure the continued success and growth that a truly loving relationship deserves and requires.

  101. Vera Says:

    To have a better insights with equip of good conversational skills to interact with people at all levels

  102. Toni Cassidy Says:

    Hi Mia,
    Well, I don’t find it difficult to converse most of the time with the opposite sex…except there are times when i think i have to do all the talking. I do like to talk randomly about events and issues going on…relationships and how difficult they can be. I am sincere, and would love to know how to tell if a man is lying to me when we engage in conversation. One time a guy told me he had all the money he needed to do whatever he wanted, only to find out that was so far from the truth…i want to get to know someone first before i decide if we have chemistry and he is sincere or not. it’s nice when someone is just himself and not trying to impress with his status…has been through trials, and tribulations, and knows how to stay optimistic know matter what is going on in his life…

  103. ANA MARIA ARXE BAYER Says:

    I think I deserve the free because if so, I can go to say thank you to mia personally
    from Spain to New Zealand because I use to go to Aucland twice a wear for my job……!!!!

    You dont think is a fantastic idea….????

    My next trip will be in April….!!!!

  104. Elizabeth Says:

    I need this book because at the age of 40 years old I am still consumed with anxiety everytime I talk to men and as the words pour out of my mouth I despair because they are nothing at all like the intelligent and witty and interesting person that I know I can be.

  105. An Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because: I really want to be able to talk to men without all the tension building up inside of me, without the fear of saying something stupid and WITH the potential a man becomes really interested in what I say (without just keeping his eyes on breat height). Hopefully this way I can finally get the relationship I always wanted..
    With love,

    An

  106. Barbara Says:

    Hi Mia,

    I am entering the contest because I still feel I need help. I purchased Amy’s book 2 years ago. I have been with my husband for almost 18 years (married 15+) and we have been having relationship problems for about 3 years. It started when he began traveling away from home (he is a pilot) 3/4 of the time for a very long time. We have a 6 year old daughter who he adores. Our problems grew out of growing apart when he was away so much. He changed jobs and it helped somewhat.

    He is not a big communicator when it comes to his feelings. I have not “discussed” anything regarding the state of our marriage for close to a year. Back when things were not going very well (and I did try discuss our marriage and how we could get back what we lost, therapy for us, him, me, etc.), I asked him to please make a decision on what his plans were and to please be quick about so our daughter and I could begin to heal. He never left the home.

    Things have been getting somewhat better of late, but I am presented with some issues on how to communicate with him without pushing him away. For the holidays, he spent quite a lot on me, which was surprising as I have not received many gifts in the last couple of years, and I also got 18 red roses for Valentine’s Day. Yes these gifts are great, but only because it shows me he cares. I also must say we had not made love for 2 years and have recently done that this past weekend. I have not brought it up for fear of pushing him away and I need to know how to handle this situation.

    I have put up a wall on my emotions and it is slipping down. I would love to have it crash down for good, but I am not sure about his feelings as he does not discuss them or anything emotional pertaining to us at all.

    I am hoping you find me a good candidate for this book and award me a free copy. I should add that we have a very easy “friendship” with each other. We don’t fight often and play games and watch movies, tv, etc together. Please help me. I feel my marriage is on the verge of turning around and really need to better understand what to do from here. Thanks so much.

    Best,

    Barbara

  107. Genie Says:

    Hello,

    I’m 49 years old. I met a guy three years ago ( he is 51)who I really like. We have a what you would call a “Friends with Benefits” relationship. When I first met him, he told me he did not want to have a LTR, committment, etc. because of his previous marriage and he did not want to get hurt again. At first we would only see each other about once a month. The “relationship” progressed to seeing each other once every 2-3 weeks. I would not go over to his home when his children were there. His children visit him every other weekend, so he would “fit me in” around their schedule. I made cookies, brownies, etc. for them for the holidays and he would give these goodies to them, telling them they are from a “friend named Genie”.
    The relationship progressed further in the fact that he and I spend holidays together. (New Years Eve,Valentine’s Day, etc.) I made goodies again for his children for this past Valentine’s Day, and knowing that they were all going to go camping, I got them all the accessories to make s’mores. On Valentine’s Day I went to my friend’s home and gave all the goodies to him to give to his children. After giving me a BEAUTIFUL bouquet of flowers, he told me it would be really nice if I gave them to the children myself. They had wanted to meet me for some time, so he told me where they were going camping, what site number, etc. I went to the campground, and along with himself and his children, his mother and father were there as well.(His father never travels due to health reasons, so I was pleasantly surprised he was there) The visit went beautifully-the children (ages 6,10 and 14) were very polite, and his parents are very nice. When it was time for his parents to leave, his mother gave me a wonderful, warm hug, and told me she hoped to see me again.

    My comment is that I have not pushed the relationship into anything further, and feel that perhaps it has gotten closer because of this fact. On the other hand, I have a fear of rejection if I do bring up the fact that I would like more than a “physical” relationship. So talking to the opposite sex? It is a little difficult right now, even though I have known my friend for three years. Can your Conversation Chemistry book help me?

    Thank you,
    G

  108. ANA MARIA ARXE BAYER Says:

    Hi, This vis Ana, from Barcelona, Spain.

    I think i deserve the free copy because I will be more than happy to say Mia Thakyou personally in my next trip to New Zealand in April.

  109. sara Says:

    more knowledge

  110. Genie Says:

    Genie Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    February 20th, 2008 at 9:16 am
    Hello,

    I’m 49 years old. I met a guy three years ago ( he is 51)who I really like. We have a what you would call a “Friends with Benefits” relationship. When I first met him, he told me he did not want to have a LTR, committment, etc. because of his previous marriage and he did not want to get hurt again. At first we would only see each other about once a month. The “relationship” progressed to seeing each other once every 2-3 weeks. I would not go over to his home when his children were there. His children visit him every other weekend, so he would “fit me in” around their schedule. I made cookies, brownies, etc. for them for the holidays and he would give these goodies to them, telling them they are from a “friend named Genie”.
    The relationship progressed further in the fact that he and I spend holidays together. (New Years Eve,Valentine’s Day, etc.) I made goodies again for his children for this past Valentine’s Day, and knowing that they were all going to go camping, I got them all the accessories to make s’mores. On Valentine’s Day I went to my friend’s home and gave all the goodies to him to give to his children. After giving me a BEAUTIFUL bouquet of flowers, he told me it would be really nice if I gave them to the children myself. They had wanted to meet me for some time, so he told me where they were going camping, what site number, etc. I went to the campground, and along with himself and his children, his mother and father were there as well.(His father never travels due to health reasons, so I was pleasantly surprised he was there) The visit went beautifully-the children (ages 6,10 and 14) were very polite, and his parents are very nice. When it was time for his parents to leave, his mother gave me a wonderful, warm hug, and told me she hoped to see me again.

    My comment is that I have not pushed the relationship into anything further, and feel that perhaps it has gotten closer because of this fact. On the other hand, I have a fear of rejection if I do bring up the fact that I would like more than a “physical” relationship. So talking to the opposite sex? It is a little difficult right now, even though I have known my friend for three years. Can your Conversation Chemistry book help me?

    Thank you,
    G

  111. mir Says:

    because…um…ah..because….
    well i guess thats why!

  112. Season Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy,
    Do you know why I deserve the free copy ? First of all am an accomplished man and I respect women. I feel that a man who respects women is what the world needs very much. and I am someone who don’t play with the hearts of women though I can attract a lot of them fairly easily. and why You should give me a free copy of your wonder book is that I am looking for being with a woman like one of you, who is intelligent, considerate towards the society and in a nut shell, ‘a quality woman’. You need men like me who respect relationships and women, (am not being head strong though), one woman in life, willing to lead an exemplary life and spiritual life with one’s partner, there by influencing other men to look for a true and committed relationship that would make a healthy society rather than looking for getting laid by as many as one could. So I am sure you are sending me one as I deserve this knowledge to impress a great woman and give her joy always. Love is in giving.
    Thanks and regards,
    Season.

  113. Amelita Mowatt Says:

    It took me long to decide that my marriage of 19 years is over So i need to make some drastic changes At my age i forgot the waht and hows pf dating As your articles emphasized that looks are not the only thing that counts It is a skill which i need to relearn and attain
    Please assist me in getting a fresh start and a step ahead with the knowledge in the book!

  114. Alexandra Says:

    Since it s always the guys who jump in my life, spread their chemistry as if they had much too much of it but afterwards just disappear and act as if this word does not exist in their vocabulary I d like to have a “weapon” to cast my spell over them so they at least have to think of me for a long time and dont even know why ;)

  115. diane Says:

    i cant seem to match my words with my vibes in conversation with the other person.

    and i’d really like to learn how.

  116. Amy Says:

    I’ve been married for 20 years but I don’t have much experience with having conversations with the opposite sex. In social environments (which I sometimes dread), I would like to be able to carry on a converstation even though my husband isn’t in the same room with me. I would like to confidently start or join conversations with men and not feel intimidated.

  117. Kathy Says:

    My husband wants a divorce and I do not. Whenever I try to talk to him, I end up responding to his frustration with hurt and anger. We never really talk about how to fix what is wrong. We just keep bringing up all the ways that our relationship isn’t working, all the ways that we are frustrated, and all the ways that we are hurt.

  118. Virginia Malkoskie Says:

    I had always prided myself on being able to talk to ANYONE, but lately chatting up men(especially ones I really like) leaves me tongue-tied and at a loss for conversation topics; I feel like I’m reaching for things to discuss. Please give me some new ideas and insight!

  119. patricia chalklen Says:

    What do I say to a son I haven’t seen since he was born 43 years ago? He has now found me but we haven’t met yet. So what do I say when we do meet? that’s a hard one isn’t it?

  120. Jeannine Says:

    We are getting older (almost 60) and my husband needs all the stimulus he can get. I am really unimaginative and could REALLY use some help.

  121. Bonnie Says:

    I just read about the new book Conversation Chemistry. I would love to win a free copy, I am so shy around the opposite sex, I never know what to talk about, I trip over my tongue all the time. My adrenaline is pumping so high I think all the blood rushed to my head and is constricting my brain from doing anything. Then I end up making a bad first impression and think later, “Oh man! I should have said this!” TOO LATE!

    Bonnie.

  122. ioana Says:

    We all had moments of silence in a conversation, didn’t know what to say.
    Even we are involved in a relation doesn’t mean we can not improve the communication with our partner, making him to want us more. Or to make him just a little jealous when we talk to a different man who seems to enjoy the conversation

  123. barbara starnyski Says:

    I have not made love to a man in 10yrs, and i have courted an young man online for 4 months now, and i have desired him for a while and it is mutual and i have decided to let him have me. I am so exited and i have a deep and burning passion for this man, he is compassionate as i was not well when we first started chating i was recovery from surgery, and secondly i noticed that he never wiped out any of my email, not one and reread all of them and all the msn we shared also, the other this hi is a true gentlemen at all the times and that was very arousing as he let me come to him in my time.
    We are now planning a night of deep passion and i think he is pretty proud to have me as he will be my first, and serving a 10 yrs old virgin. lol
    yours truly barb

  124. Jeannine Says:

    We are getting older (almost 60) and my husband needs all the stimulus he can get. I am really unimaginative and could REALLY use some help and your book sounds like a good starting point.

  125. Tammy Says:

    I always get bored really fast and my attention span is very short, so if they are not saying something interesting I block them out and become quiet so I don’t carry the conversation. Please help

  126. Margarita Prado Says:

    1. I am a discerning and well educated woman
    2. I am taking my valuable time to answer because I believe in you
    3. I appreciate your information and I talk with other women about it
    4.In the near future you could hear something interesting about how are you doing
    5. I deserve it!

  127. ioana Says:

    We all had moments of silence in a conversation, didn’t know what to say.
    Even we are involved in a relation doesn’t mean we can not improve the communication with our partner, making him to want us more. Or to make him just a little jealous when we talk to a different man who seems to enjoy the conversation

  128. Scott Gulson Says:

    Amy / Mia,

    I need your help. I’ve newly single after being with married for 23 years. I’m amazed at how the dating scene has changed and quite frankly am intimidated by it. I am an attractive guy and have a lot going for me, but have trouble feeling confident in front of a wonman that I am attached to.

    Can you help?

    —– Scott

  129. ugo Says:

    well its good to have a detailed book on conversations with the opposite sex. Good job.
    i will love and not like to have a copy of this book because communication is key in all that we do, now if one has the right key to communicate through coversations by learning what you have to offer, then i’d call that a blessing and not just a gift.
    secondly i need it so as to embroaden ma knowledge on the art and skill of communicating, which i believe would not only aid in the dating field, but also in business and other stuffs, same could be used for general communications.
    i dont intend to write a note on ma reasons for needing and not wanting your book, i believe this convinces you, cause i am doing this right now with a smile on my face, but if doesnt come ma way, then its all good, would stil appreciate you guys cause your doing a great job out there.
    thanks
    Ugo

  130. Bob K Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy,

    I guess I’m one of those techno-geek types. I’m real good at what I do and often talk to business leaders and actually excel at business related conversations.

    Problem is that when I’m in a more social setting, I fall flat on my face when I try to talk to women. And this goes all the way back to high school. I don’t know why. I’ve never thought that it has roots in lack of self-confidence, but maybe it does. I get all flustered and don’t know what to say. I end up just standing there trying to think of what to say or do and as you might imagine, the outcome is disasterous! I think maybe it’s because I’m trying too hard, but knowing that (or thinking I know that) and being able to do something about it are worlds apart. Sometimes I think that even makes it worse.

    So I’ve been looking for some good advice on how to learn to talk to women. I’ve checked out some others that offer courses or advice, and I’ve also gone through your free mini course. One big plus I see with your book is that it is written by women. Most other books I’ve looked into are written by men. And I do know that men and women have different thought processes and different attraction factors (even if I don’t know what to do about it). So it only seems natural that a book written by women on this subject just hast to be hands-down better than any book written by a man. Especially when the book is written by such experts in the field as yourselves.

    And the worst part of all this is that I’ve been told by several women that I’m a pretty attractive man!

    Help!!!

  131. barbara starnyski Says:

    I have not made love to a man in 10yrs, and i have courted an young man online for 4 months now, and i have desired him for a while and it is mutual and i have decided to let him have me. I am so exited and i have a deep and burning passion for this man, he is compassionate as i was not well when we first started chating i was recovery from surgery, and secondly i noticed that he never wiped out any of my email, not one and reread all of them and all the msn we shared also, the other this hi is a true gentlemen at all the times and that was very arousing as he let me come to him in my time.
    We are now planning a night of deep passion and i think he is pretty proud to have me as he will be my first, and serving a 10 yrs old virgin. lol
    yours truly barb

  132. Jonna Says:

    Hi ladies!
    Why do I deserve a free copy of the Conversations Chemistry book? Well, I have been following Amy’s and others advice and I have no problem meeting men, no problem attracting men, no problem getting men to like me and pursue me to a point and then something happens to cause these relationships to go no further. I am a great conversationalist in general, but when speaking to men - it seems you need to speak a foreign language and I have NO IDEA how to do that. I can sense when I’ve said too much, or felt that I have said the wrong thing but then its too late. This book will allow me to learn how to speak to men that I will be able to keep that attraction going! Thanks!!!!!

  133. Alice Says:

    I was not only a virgin until the age of 22, I am now 27 and have never had a real boyfriend. I know this sounds pathetic, but I grew up with parents who have been together for over 30 years and their marriage gets worse every year- from yelling to throwing things to emotional abuse, their relationship taught me all the things I didn’t want in a relationship. Dealing with this on a daily basis throughout the years took up a lot of energy, so not much was left to invest in myself or my “people skills”. Despite this, I have made a lot of progress on my own over the past 5 years, becoming psychologically more mature and balanced. And despite the frustration, the bitterness, and even the hate I see in my parents’ relationship and the relationships of many of my married friends, my biggest wish is to find someone whom I love and who loves me, and who wants to be in a real, official, loving and emotionally healthy relationship with me. For these reasons, I need all the help I can get and would like a copy of your book.
    Alice

  134. gabe Says:

    hey!
    i have been a subscriber, reader and attentive person looking for every little detail in body language, human interactions and the human mind for 6 years now! but i have never figured out conversation issues with women, and have got to know about this course. I have been in a serious problem with a girl I really liked a lot but the reason we never got into something really good was cos she is from another religion. so i just settled into the “friends” deadly category with her. we have come to know each other through conversations online and I think this series will help me in perfecting conversations wherever i need it especially when things are (or seem to go) on a very good and positive line.
    I love the work of both Amy and Mia and have been a faithful subscriber to both with the different materials and emails. And in addition to that, you’ve enlisted the help of several coaches and councelors in order to ensure the best, and create the best attraction! I’ve been searching for this for years! and am now living far away and need all the help i can get with my issues with women….i can’t thank you enough for that program! keep up the best info! they’re helping a whole lot!
    thanks a million! (crossing fingers)

  135. Gary Says:

    Women always tell me I am such a sweet guy, the way I treat women I am interested in, but I can never seem to get the women I am interested in to the next stage of a relationship. I feel like I just lack something to take it to the next level, and get stuck in the friend zone, while they end up dating jerks that hurt them.

  136. James Says:

    HI

    I just thought that maybe ur ebook would give me some more insights …. towards women .. anyway … let us see

  137. janette Says:

    Mia, I am a 50 year old women who has been single for the last 6 years after a very messy divorce. I was left with all the bills, lost my job, had a runaway daughter, was pretty much a wreck who am I kidding I was a wreck. Well after paying off all the bills last July I am on the road to recovery I feel good, I’m back in the gym and am taking the my first vacation in 9 years. I have reclaimed me! I want and need all the help I can get. Those awkward moments are normal and common place for me. Mia if you can help I am prepared to make you my new BFF. Thanks Janette

  138. Sonja Says:

    I think it is very important to understand how to speak to a man. Times have changed. It isn’t the way it used to be. Men are looking for different things in a woman, as are women. We need advice on how to handle these awkward moments. It would be wonderful to have assistance from the experts. It is wonderful that Amy and others have researched on how to help us “those who haven’t dated in a while group!”
    I am excited to know that there is something available.
    I look forward to receiving a free copy. Thanks in advance.

  139. Margarita Prado Says:

    I am a discerning and well educated woman who appreciates your information and could exchange some great ideas. I deserve it! ;-)

  140. Stephanie Magrini Says:

    I’ve been out of the dating scene for 38 years! My husband died in 2006. Bow, I feel ready to see what’s out there. UNfortunately, things have changed so much that I feel like a fish out of water gasping for air! I could use a little help in getting back in the saddle….so to speak. Remember, it isn’t just the young gals who have this puzzling problem regarding men and relationships. We older ladies have to deal with it as well.

  141. Margarita Prado Says:

    I appreciate your information!

  142. janette Says:

    Thanks

  143. SHEILA VERYE Says:

    hi mia and amy,
    thanks for the beautiful things you are doing to women out here.you are making us see the beautiful side of us we did not know existed.
    i can not have enough of all you are giving out in your news letters and i am constantly checking to see the new issue you have in there for me.
    i want a copy of your book because,i have not regretted reading your news letters and i know i would not regret reading ‘ CONVERSATION AND CHEMISTRY’
    my life has been up hill since i started with your articles.your book would surely be more detailed and of course more exciting.i love the challenges of excercising with what you say in your news letters.not to mention the direction my relationship is taking.looks like cupid decided it was my turn(so they say)but the reality is,Mia and Amy decided!
    THANKS AGAIN

  144. Roseanna Says:

    The problem is i freeze. Maybe its insecurity maybe it is my body language, i try to dress my best look positive and try not to ask too many questions. Maybe i have loser on my forehead? I have been alone for too long now and am afraid to even try. I tried reading articles and such but they do not work for me. I am hoping that maybe this book is my salvation.
    Still hoping. Roseanna

  145. Lisa Says:

    Because I don’t know at all how to communicate with men!

  146. Greg Says:

    O.K., my 5 reasons why I deserve a copy of “Conversation Chemistry”

    1. I’m Pathetic
    2. I’m Balding
    3. I’m Poor
    4. I’m Shy
    5. If this works for me, I’ll be a walking, talking billboard for years to come!!

  147. Shawna Says:

    I have been divorced for 5 years. In that 5 years I have dated several men and they all have ended in the same way. Your at dinner and grabbing for things to discuss, which there should be my clue not to torture myself again with a second date. The second date comes along and it’s the same situation. I would hope that the copy of this would help me to have “conversation Chemistry”. It sounds very interesting.

  148. Nicole Says:

    Reasons for Conversation Chemistry:

    My ex is driving me insane with his unwillingness to discuss important issues regarding our daughters. So much so, there are times I would rather strangle him than try to carry on a conversation with him. He tends to be closed minded and never hears what you are trying to say or willing to give input regarding our daughters and their wellbeing. We used to discuss anything and everything, but now he suddenly will not discuss anything at all. To the extent he avoids phone calls, even urgent ones when our daughters are hurt or taken to the hospital. He claims I am always blaming him or never take into consideration what he has to say, whereas I am not.

    I need help before he drives me insane!!!!

    Needing a padded room!!!

  149. Karima Says:

    I would like to win a copy of conversation chemistry because eventhough I do have first dates, they seem to cease at that piont. You see the first date is no problem, it is just that a second one never follows. So a big chance that the conversation doesn’t go as my date wanted. So hellup!!! I think this might show me where I go wrong every time without knowing myself….

    Cheers

    Karima

  150. Donald Erney Says:

    I would really love your book because reight now i am going throw evey hard times with my wife. She even kick me out of the house. And all i did was go to work. I am a contractor and I am at the end of this job and no place to go. My children don’t even talk to me anymore and it is killing me from the inside out. And my wife of 27 years yells at me all the time on the phone. I am getting help but it is so hard all i do is cry and it seem like nothing is getting better.

    Mr. Donald Erney

  151. Josh Says:

    I would like a copy of this book because I want to get better at flirting with women while intensifying the chemistry between us. It’ll give me more confidence and make my life more joyful.

  152. Kyle Says:

    Hey, writing these things are a little weird… but here goes.

    Your product caught my eye, I saw the word conversation and was hooked right away.

    I’m an 18 year old dude who is keen and confident, and have been working on improving myself and my life. I was always a lone wolf in school and have a small circle of close amazing friends right now.

    I’m looking to gain the skills to be a social person and make connections with people. I’m pumped with energy and ready to learn, try, and grow.

    The opportunity to use the tools in this book would be cool.

    Thanks

    -Kyle

  153. Miera Says:

    I am a single mother with two wonderful children looking to complete my family with a healthy well rounded relationship. I feel the best way to create this in my life is to start with acquiring as much knowledge as possible about men and relating to men in a healthy way.

  154. Stanislava Goranova Says:

    Hello Mia,
    I felt many times in a situation where all my dictionary disappears and I have no clue what to say or how to express my opinion…it is really irritating to feel blocked and empty when at the same time you feel there are plenty of things to be said.

    I think the course can help me!

    Br,
    stanislava

  155. Juan Lim Says:

    I desperately need your book to help me converse openly with transparency with the opposite sex so that i can express my real feelings of attraction and great need for their companionship. I always look forward to sharing my feelings with someone in the opposite sex to fulfill my appreciation of their beauty and intellect which I admire. More power to your wonderful work helping inadequate but good boys get ahead with our aspirations. Prayers for your success!

  156. Rachelle Says:

    Hi,

    I’d like to introduce myself first; I’m a 24 year old who is, essencentially, just now becoming a woman. I have been a “serial monogomist” trying to live a fairy tale life up until now, thinking that I’d marry the first guy I fell in love with. Well, that didn’t work out; either time. I had a 2 year relationship, then jumped into a 6 year one; which I just got out of about 6 months ago. Since then, I have been trying to figure out what I want with my life, as I have always lived for others; first my parents, then each of my boyfriends. I just finished reading Dating Without Drama, and have subscribed to as many newsletters as I could about relationship advice. I’ve always been painfully shy, and the more emotions I feel, the harder it is for me to open up and share myself with someone. In the past, when I’ve tried, I always ended up making things worse; by not communicating in a positive way I suppose. I try to learn from everything and everyone I come across in life, though its a little difficult to know how to apply what I have learned. I’m working on building my confidence, which my new career in sales is helping with some too. I still feel at a loss most of the time with how to talk to people and what to say; ESPECIALLY with this one guy I’ve been seeing that I REALLY like. I don’t want to make the same mistakes with him, but I’m afraid hes losing interest because I’m having such a hard time communicating. We have the most amazing chemistry and seem ubber compatible, but I think I’ve already scared him off or something, as I haven’t heard from him for a few weeks now, and before this, he slowly stopped calling me as often to invite me out. I admit I am quilty of calling him and being a bit “pushy” about seeing him again, which he would respond to every now and then, and it was great, like nothing was different, when we were together. But then it would be that much longer that he wouldn’t call and then I’d send him a text message asking if he wanted to hang out again. While I would really like to see things work out with this guy, I’m willing to move on and accept that he might not be the one for me and vice versa. I do need to learn how to communicate better with people though; not just for my current and future romantic relationships, but for all the relationships and people I meet in life. I am struggling with my budget now; so I’m limited to how much I can invest into this at a time, and I would absolutely LOVE to buy EVERY book I’ve seen on the matter to get as much insight into this as possible. Since that isn’t very realistic, I’m hoping I might qualify for this special offer. I appreciate everything yall have done to help people and love yall’s newsletters. I’ve already seen some improvement and am commited to continue this path of life-long learning and self-improvement. Thank yall for everything! :)

    Peace and love,
    Rachelle

  157. Nan Says:

    I have been in two long term relationships in my life. The first began when I was 19 and ended when I was 29 and the second began when I was 30 and ended when I was 47. I find myself 48 years old, and although very attractive and told by friends that I have a great personality, I don’t have the skills most women have honed by years of being around the opposite sex in todays world.
    I am able to attract men enough to get to the initial meeting, but then I am so afraid of saying the wrong things, I forget how to just relax and be myself… HELP!!!!!

  158. Mary Booker Says:

    I have great “chemistry” with my partner but when it comes to conversation, we definitely need a stimulus. We are not physical at the moment as we are waiting until we feel comfortable with each other in other ways like talking. I am usually an endless barrel of pointless comments and have a wide range of interests to pull topics from; and he is the life of the party when we are out with others. Still, we seem to hit a road block whenever we are alone together. I need your help as I really think he could be the one for me!

  159. Mark Crossfield Says:

    I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I consider this as my #1 obstacle in being successful with women, and I need to learn how to overcome it.

  160. Carole Says:

    Enjoy all your advice on men. I just turned “60″ divorced, and yet still face the same problems when I was twenty. Need help before I turn too old to find my other half!

  161. Juan Lim Says:

    What I am saying is the real truth! My comments are sincere.

  162. peggy Says:

    I believe that I need “Conversation Chemistry” because as a 50-something I have always been very successful socializing and attracting people in general social settings but highly unsuccessful when it comes to transferring and using those same skills to attract a man who will want to build a relationship with me. I am thought of as warm, smart, interesting, kind, appealing and funny until it counts in the romantic arena. And, that is where it matters most to me.

  163. Chyla Says:

    Hi guys!

    I really want a copy of this e-book, Meet Your Sweet, because no matter how much I learn about communication as a whole, it doesn’t even touch on what makes a woman’s essence resonate with a MAN!

    I am the complete package, the real deal, but without knowing what to say and how to say it, I’m shot dead in the water. No, I’m not one of those catty women whose cut throat and wants to undermine other women when it comes to men, but, I want a home court advantage. Some of us can be really idealistic, thinking a man isn’t comparing, but he is. He compares how one woman makes him feel versus another in the same manner that we do men. When he compares me, I want to be the heavyweight. I want to be able to walk into a room full of women, and be the one to watch…real simple.

    I want to be able to walk into any situation, meet any man, and wow him with my words, or lack thereof! I want to magnetize men with a confidence that says, “Interacting with you is a breeze, I do this all the time. YOU are very privileged that I want to engage with YOU!” That may sound a little arrogant, but I want a comfort level with men that quietly says; “YOU have to meet the challenge not me, I’m not the one on stage here.” I have never believed in the whole aggressive woman principle. I like to be chased, and the confidence knowing that when he comes my way, he’ll know he’s met the Real Mccoy.

    But also…I’ve read Calling Men and know that you deliver quality work, never fluff. I’d be willing to periodically report back to you to let you know how what you’re teaching is working for me in the real world. As long as my contact information is not posted, you’re totally welcome to reprint what I report back. In the next few months, I have quite a bit of traveling to do, I have religious conventions, business meetings, and 2 road trips planned. All of these are low-pressure environments where I’d love to see what happens when I put your magic to work. I also wonder what would happen if I tried out these new tactics in my current environment? Could I change the tide?

    I love to put things in motion! I don’t take self help books, read them, get wowed by them, and go back to my normal habits. No matter how much one learns if she hasn’t the courage to use it and strike out on a different path, her knowledge is useless. I’m a DOER, Mimi. That’s why you should choose me! So, I hate to be the little kid in class jumping wildly with her hand up screaming, “Pick me! Pick me! Pick me!” But I will say, Mimi and Amy, grown ups jump too! (We just don’t do it in public. LOL!)

    Have an uber-profitable day…I know this will be a big seller for you.

    Chyla

  164. Bassma Says:

    i’ve never had problems when initiating a conversation with the opposite sex, but i guess i never had a problem because i never really cared about how they viewed me ..like am i dumb, self confident, smart ..etc ..but lately i have been doubting my way of approach..maybe beacause i never considered what i say before i say it is the main reason i’m single till now.Like maybe i should care about what i say and how it reflects who really i am.I never really cared cause i thought that i should be spontanious, like this ime take it or leave it.what if after all these years all my beliefs are wrong and i shouldn’t have acted with this attitude.
    so i guess the main reason i need this book is because i want to know if it could convince me that all these years my approach is wrong and that it’s about time i change it.

  165. Juan Lim Says:

    Thanks. More power.

  166. peggy Says:

    I want to take my considerable social skills in non romantic settings and use them to build rapport with a man who i feel comfortable with and interests me.

  167. Hana Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because i am sure that it will help me to be irresistible to men,and i need that so bad…

  168. Walt Says:

    Chemistry is essential to “any” conversation!!!!

    ….And conversation chemistry is the key to all “relationships”….because if there is no “SPARK”….than there is no chemistry….and therefore no possible “chance” at any type of “relationship”….

    ….”EVER”!!!!….

    ……..SO “CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY” is the ultimate “KEY” to any and all possible “else” in our lives!!!!….

  169. Kim Says:

    I recently got a divorce and am not very skilled in the dating world. Any help with the opposite sex would be appreciated! Thank you.

  170. peggy Says:

    It is time for this 50-something to become comfortable with the dating game.

  171. Carrie Lucas Says:

    I find it very intriguing that a chemical reaction can happen from conversation. I would love to know more about this fascinating subject. Are we in control of the reaction or is it involuntary???

  172. Maryann Says:

    We have been married for 26 years, this July. Three and a half years ago, 6 weeks before his 50th birthday, Hubby lost his job. Not being a hot commodity on the job market, he took contract jobs, necessitating living apart for two and a half years. Now, we are under the same roof, but have both gained habits which lead to difficult, at best, conversations about certain topics (the usual–money, sex, family issues–as well as some other crucial topics related to health issues and goals). I truly miss the deep connection we once had. Your book may provide the tools we need to rekindle the fire we once believed would change the world.

  173. Cris Frasineanu Says:

    Hello!

    I really really want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because for so many years I was the friend (like best friend, good friend, only friend - nothing more) to men. They only want to spend some time with me because I can help them with their relationship problems, spiritual problems, health problems, they can and like to confide in me. But that’s all!!! I need more, I need to learn what to do to have a relationship of my own in the true and complete sense of the word. I need to learn to be more than a good listener and adviser, I need to learn how to manifest my feminity, not only physically, but in a conversation too, because I probably tend to put a ‘I understand you’ mask and I don’t know how to spark attraction. Your book would help me a lot, probably also in my career field, because I think it will help me improve my skills related to customers, as well. Please forgive any grammar mistakes, English is not my mother tongue.
    Kind regards!
    Cris

  174. Joan Says:

    I would love a free copy of this book!!! Men and women communicate differently. Not only would these skills be invaluable on the dating scene, but they will help in the professional world as well. There are too many miscommunicaitons between men and women. If anyone can clear up these missteps it’s Mia and Amy. They are two of the best relationship coaches around!

  175. Michelle Says:

    My husband and I cannot communicate anymore about anything. We are desperate for help, a new way to talk about important things and even not so important things, without dreading our conversations. We need to communicate simply and not as adversaries, help!

  176. Dominique Jones Says:

    Hey I’m Dominique and I have a problem.
    I can’t seem to talk to attractive women, and some times I even hear them referring to me saying, “That’s a cute guy over there.” But I can’t seem to bring up the courage to approach them. And when they approach me, I freeze up, act shy and more like a robot and I’m not my normal, sometimes goofy, self. Sorry if I sound like a lame, but this book would really help me and I would appreciate it greatly.

  177. shelly Says:

    I just got a divorce after 27 years and now need all the help I can get. I got married at 18 and not sure how to even get started or what dating is all about…

  178. Angelika Says:

    hey there! I should win this book, because I don’t own a credit card, am a student and from Austria (Europe). It would be quite difficult for me to buy those e-books via internet. I would have bought at least some of your books.

    I’m reading your newsletter since summer, I love it, I use your tips and they work perfectly. At new years eve I’ve got to know Georg. It clicked right away. He’s very handsome and a really nice person. Georg’s on an internship in Oregon right now and since January we’re skyping. We want to date each other in may when he comes back to Austria and I’d like to use every chance I’ve got to be the girl of his dreams.

    I think that theese are pretty good reasons to win this book, so please choose me!

    Yours,
    Angelika!

  179. rekha Says:

    hi Mia
    i need a copy of ur book …coz i have a frd for the past 7 yrs we speak over the phone only n lately that has almost stopped i really like him ….but he has never asked me out on a date …he use to drop hints earlier but no more …i need to enhance my conversation skills so tht i m more entertaining n can get a lil moving on this relationship ….i have tried tolet go of him but its not simple …so i m hoping u will help me to reignite my friendship through ur conversation chemistry….i shall keep u informed if i make ny improvements n i ‘ll owe u something if this works for me ….thanks awaiting ur mail asap
    sincerely Rekha.
    ps don’t use my real name

  180. Niz Says:

    I’ve always been more of a thinker than a talker. When I see how other people create conversations with strangers easily, I always wonder how they do it. I’ve read your book on Supreme Self-confidence which in turn has really helped me build up my courage to talk to strangers a bit more. I have no problem with women but I somehow get shy when it comes to talking to men even though I consider myself quite attractive. My mind goes blank a lot, not knowing what to say and it can be embarrasing! The fact that I am over my mid-twenties doesnt help either. Gets me frustrated sometimes when I think about it. I am at the stage where I am ready to go proactive and look for a quality man. I would truly love to have a copy of this ebook and put it to good use because I desperately want to get rid of my conversation bummers once and for all.

  181. Darrell Says:

    OMG! Where do I start? I am nearly 56 years old and just discovered what a wussy I am a year ago. I met the most wonderful gal in the world, who is very strong, independent, emotionally together and I tried to “buy” my way into her life. Needless to say, I ended up bankrupt without even a kiss. On the conversation side, I am just beginning to understand what it takes to talk to a woman. I mean talk to her the way she needs to be talked to. All that comes out of my mouth is “blah, blah, blah”. After 5 minutes, I am dead in the water. I desperately need to know how to carry on a conversation. If I could win this book, I would be forever grateful to you. I need to turn my love life around. I had an 8 year drought with the X and have only been in the sack once in the last 3 years. HELP!!!

    Thank you,

    Darrell

  182. Brenda Says:

    Hi my name is Brenda, I have been married for 24 years raised 2 children to young adults. My husbsnd and I had problems with communicating which lead to fighting. We have never celebrated an Anniversary all those years. He said no to marriage counsling one day he said you move out or I will so I did. My problem is he never takes I out of our conversations he said he knew he was breaking the vows he made 24 years ago, and that he should not sacrifice our happiness for his, but guess what he did just when my daughter goes into her Senior year. I could use a book like this one. Theres so many things that one person can do for thereselves to turn things around like understand we create our own happiness not someone else.
    Thanks Brenda

  183. Deb Chadwick Says:

    I’ve been in love with a man for over four years. When we met I was completely unable to express myself when he was around, but we did fine via e-mail. I was always afraid that I would say or do something wrong and he would leave. He fell in love with me anyway, or at least he says he did. But we are at an impasse…he never spends any time with me, but we still communicate by e-mail. I am always doing things for him and trying to get his attention, but he acts oblivious. We need to find a way to communicate with each other so that he understands what I want and need from him, but I am still tongue-tied when I do see him and afraid that I will push him away. I want to be able to express myself in front of him without feeling self-conscious or afraid. And if this doesn’t work out very soon, I will need your book because I will be back in the dating world looking for someone else that I will probably be afraid to talk to as well. I am 50 years old and I have been alone for a very long time…I need to be able to find a way to communicate with men so I won’t be alone any more! Thank you.

  184. Nara Says:

    It is always frustrating when you unknowingly making mistakes during conversation. it is quite awkward when we come to a sudden halt and not able to create positive reaction with the opposite sex to continue the conversation with whom i want to impress and loosing the opportunity for ever.

  185. Marivic Pingol Says:

    I am looking forward to your book helping us become confident. We hope to be more confident to become successful with everyboby. Prayers and more power.

  186. Lori B Says:

    After a 19 year marriage, my husband and I have separated. It has been terribly painful yet the most rewarding time in my entire life. I have used your emails to begin much self introspection and win back the heart of my husband.
    Communication has been a huge issue for us and I would be so blessed to be able to use this book in my efforts to restore our marriage.

    Thank you for your consideration.

  187. Michele Says:

    I love to speak with people and learn about them - I’m always learning something great and/or interesting! However, when it comes to men that I’m interested in or want to get to know better, I seem to put my foot in my mouth, or get really nervous and come across as a flake (and I’m actually quite intelligent). THIS is why I need a copy - so I can learn tricks to relaxing and letting my lovely, true self shine through.

    Thanks for this opportunity to share my woes…

  188. cristina Says:

    I would so love a copy! I feel like I am finally getting it about life and relationships, and have made incredible progress thanks in large part to Mia and Slade. Love Slade’s male view, really eye opening and have used his insights immediately Please do send me a copy.
    Have a Happy week!

  189. Marivic Pingol Says:

    Your book should be able to help so many people like me in need of confidence to converse with the opposite sex. Thank you for your wonderful work.

  190. C.G. Says:

    Because I would like to have a option to ankward silences, you know, things like faking a death arent feeling so good tactics anymore to make that situation go away. ._.

  191. Marivic Pingol Says:

    Great work!

  192. Sue Stevenson Says:

    I feel so sad since my husband and I separated 4 months ago. It seems although we are living apart, the desire to be together is still strong, but we both find it so hard to communicate with eachother, because of the hurt that has gone on before. Although I am able to talk about what is happening in my day to day life, my husband chooses to keep his new life completely private - which makes conversation between us very difficult, and gives the impression he has something to hide. But on the positive side, he keeps returning to our marital home for visits, but accuses me of ‘giving up’ when at times I don’t act how he expects me to - as I feel hurt by his secrecy. Any advice you can offer would be very welcome. Thank you.

  193. Marivic Pingol Says:

    Wonderful inspiration!

  194. Charles Says:

    My wife and I really have not communicated in a week now. I stay on the road 2-4 weeks at a time because of my job, but I do try to call her whenever I get the chance. Most of the time, she may not answer or return my call until late at night when she is about to go to bed, and even then the conversation might last 5 minutes tops. I really need this book to help me and maybe my wife, improve our conversation skills and get back on the right track of helping our marriage work!

  195. Marivic Pingol Says:

    Keep up the fantastic work!

  196. Chris Says:

    Um, well. Did you have a good weekend?

  197. Julie Heuser Says:

    Hello Ladies,

    I would love a free copy of Conversation Chemistry because I have never felt very comfortable talking with men. I have my moments, but would like to be confident, and for that to show. I can see how I would like to be and some women just spew energy and attitude and I can only fake it so much - I need the dirt! Your tips have helped me grow tremendously as a women in just the last few months, so I know this book would be no exception. So pick me : )

    Thanks,
    Jules

  198. mike willis Says:

    Hi Mia my name is mike willis i have been out of the single life for a long time.I was married for ten years and now on my own for onr year and ready to start dating.I see a lot of good looking women even a lot of them looking at me we make eye contact even smile at each other BUT i never go over to them because I NEVER KNOW WHAT TO SAY TO THEM. So please help me. Hope to hear from you soon

  199. Effiong Umoetok Says:

    I think it would be in your best interest to send me a copy of your book.
    If you send me a copy of your book my interaction with the countless people that I know will be enhanced and they will be informed of the facinating book that helped me improve my conversational skills.Thank you.

  200. cynthia Says:

    I find that FEAR is still interupting my communication (attempts) Your book may well provide real methods and/or proven strategies that will enhance my experiences; and I look forward to the lessons to come from your work

  201. Shuang Says:

    The reason why I want a copy of the book is because men and women communicate differently. I want to know how to communicate better and more effectively with the opposite sex so I can gain better quality relationships with them and make the conversations more enjoyable.

  202. Jack Warren Says:

    Uh, conversation,,,,hmmnnnn…What IS that???

  203. desparate! Says:

    hi mia. your such a blessing! i not only want your conversation chemistry i NEED it. Just turned 29 and i am a dating disaster!! lol im not kidding, after one failed marriage and a broken engagement and numerous of unfulfilling relationships IVE HAD IT! This girl has decided enough is enough and I need to take reigns of my life - especially in the love department. Unfortunately i know there is a sexy vixen dying to come out if i wasnt so darn shy to talk! I go a complete and utter blank mess, especially if its a gorgeous guy. 2008 is going to be the year that i unleash her and i just know im meant to have this chance to get a copy of your book! lol so thank you for your time and i’ll look forward to being chosen as a winner? (ha ha) but really thank you. and thank you for all the work you do!

  204. Leena Says:

    If I could leave such an interesting comment to win a free copy, i wudnt have been looking for something like this in the first place. :(

  205. Victoria Hughes Says:

    Hello Amy and Mia-
    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because although I am smart and funny and generous spirited, I sound all serious and nervous when I first talk to some men, who are exactly the ones I could have most fun with if I wasn’t nervous. I just need a kick in the pants to get over this occaisional self-consciousness…We need many of us as possible being as delicious as we are, and spreading that around a bit.
    THanks-
    Victoria

  206. tracey Says:

    I do not i mean do not know how to communicate to a guy without talking about my daughter!
    HELP HELP

  207. Dr. Mike Says:

    To make the world a better place–that is what I am going to do with my free copy!

  208. teresa brown Says:

    I am a 55 yr old petite woman married very young….and most of my life and now I am not…………..The problem is I’m shy around people I don’t know well and I want to build my confidence and start participating in life………and experience some of the joys…….instead of all the grief and sorrow…….I used to like to have fun and for the most part keep it light and airy and playful……..I need help please!!!!!!!!

    warmly
    Teresa

  209. Paul Franklin Says:

    I have always been shy in public gatherings. After the first few minutes of conversation I just run out of things to talk about. So I am looking for something of value that would help me.

  210. Zemar Says:

    I would love a free copy of Conversation Chemistry because even though I am a lawyer, I just freeze whenever I meet a new guy and just could not get the words out of my mouth. I am good at writing emails and letters but not verbal communication face to face. This has been the case ever since my divorce as I lost faith in me and my verbal communication skills with opposite sex are non-existant.

    Thanks

  211. Obie Hunt Says:

    Everybody, who has a hard time talking to the opposite sex deserves help and I really don’t deserve this book any more than anybody else who has this problem, but I want this book because I need it badly and I stumbled onto this contest and the more money I can save the more I’ll have to put it to some other good use. I’ll read it and apply what I’ve learned diligently and do my best to make it a success story. I’ve always been shy (probably from an only childhood) and very quiet and I know talking is how you can meet the opposite sex. I need to get out of the starting gate.

  212. Kathleen Says:

    I have been reading all emails since I moved to a new city my husband didn’t like it here and just left before christmas, I have never heard from him since. It is my house so it is not easy for me to pack up and go so I have been faced with a new life adventure along with all your advice. Sincerely Kathleen

  213. bed_watt Says:

    I’m a very shy man.I want to overcome my acute shyness.When i talk to people,especially girls I begin sweating a lot.So do please help me overcome this very big obstacle in my life.I’ll be thankful in advance.

  214. Chris Says:

    Hello, I am a busy corporate girl and know that what I say or don’t say still communicates something abouut me. At the end of the day, many times I feel that I don’t have the mental or emotional capacity to be clever in conversation or have the time to study somoneone that I just met and ask the right questions. At this phase in life, and due to the area that I live (South. Cal); it is very competitive in many aspects of life. There is no room or tolerance for communication blunders. Your new book Conversation Chemistry would be an excellent tool in getting to talk freely with Mr. Right. And I know it will enhance me in the business world. I would truly value winning a copy!

  215. Hemant Singh Says:

    The reason i want a copy of Conversation Chemistry is beacuse i really do want to learn to communicate with the opposite sex. Above all, I want to be one of the first person to try the methods in this book. Besides that, I want to share the knowledge with my friends who are also weak in conversation. I hope i will win a free copy of this book cause I really need the knowledge. Thank You.

  216. Maria Says:

    Why do I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry?

    Because I’m in desperate need. I’ve been married to my husband for 8 years and I love him so much but the communication & Chemistry is gone and I want to bring it back. Please tell me or show me how. I want to save my marriage.

  217. Shannon Says:

    Well….ummm…wwweeellll…I….uhhhh…hee,
    so you see, I get just a teensy bit tongue tied when a fabulous man is flirting with me!
    do i need some help from the experts?! Say AMEN!

  218. Chris - South Cal Says:

    Hello, I am a busy corporate girl and know that what I say or don’t say still communicates something abouut me. At the end of the day, many times I feel that I don’t have the mental or emotional capacity to be clever in conversation or have the time to study somoneone that I just met and ask the right questions. At this phase in life, and due to the area that I live (South. Cal); it is very competitive in many aspects of life. There is no room or tolerance for communication blunders. Your new book Conversation Chemistry would be an excellent tool in getting to talk freely with Mr. Right. And I know it will enhance me in the business world. I would truly value winning a copy!

  219. steve Says:

    My fiance has just recently broken up with me and I find myself back in the dating pool and of course I can’t remember how to swim. I am afraid of drowning in the whirlpool of meeting single women and trying to impress them, which is difficult when you’re wearing water wings! I would further like to explain why I need this book, but I can’t find the words or the right things to say. Maybe this resourceful reference will help me to communicate with the fairer sex. Although recently they have been unfair if not downright unfriendly and unresponsive. Please help :)

  220. Zemar Says:

    The main problem in our marriage is my poor communication skills, I tend to freeze whenever we confront an argument and stay silent. This frustrates my husband and makes our original problem 10 times worse to start off with. I just don’t seem to be able to get the words out of my mouth when I’m in front of him. I am good at emailing him my thoughts but he hates this method of communication as he wants me to react face to face with him. Please help me by sending me a free copy of the “Conversation Chemistry” book. Thanks

  221. Nana Says:

    hello i have been trying to get women but on several occasion i have failed. i always get the urge to walk over and talk to girls but can’t think of anything to say even when i force myself to approach them. i read from somewhere that you just have to put yourself in the situation to enable you do something. so what i have tried doing is that, whenever i see a girl that i like, i just walk up to her and say something like ‘hi’ or ‘hello’ but each time after that i don’t know what happens but i just can’t think of anything sensible to say so i just escuse myself and say ’see u someother time’. i think if i get a copy of the CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY, it will help me get an insight into some conversation skills which will help me with my effort to succeed with women. i am eager to try out anything which will help me. Thanks in advance

  222. Caroline Wayeta Says:

    I should be one to get the conversation magic tips. Oh Yes.Believe, unless its the men i am familiar with like the ones i work with, my voice literally shakes and sometimes i simply goes dry when i meet and speak to new men. Sometimes it just gets lost and they note. My eyes become teary and i cannot find words to say, only replying to questions. Most often i feel uneasy and just find an excuse to leave, thanks if there is a third party to save me from it all. My palms also just go dry also. When i leave, i feel little and quite hate myself for having to meet the person. I breath i sigh of relief.Many times i feel i dont have the proper words to say and wonder what to say and when to say. I feel akward and unfortunately it is noticed.sometimes juts feel like crying!!!out of panic

  223. Tony Egglestone Says:

    I need to get a copy because i want to win my wife back.
    I don’t talk a lot and never did with her.
    But the hurt in my heart wont go away.
    So i have read hundred of books about change your self image,
    you name it they claim it. You try and see if you can change your self image? Then send me the book.Plus i live in SA and the rand has just fallen through the floor.

  224. Kimberly Nettleton Says:

    Dear Mia:
    I would very much like a copy of the book because, even though I am a middle school teacher, I find myself lacking poise and confidence when I am around adult males. The students think I’m great, funny, and “cool”. But, if I’m in a staff meeting seated next to men that I do not know, I freeze. Ditto for men that I meet outside of work in ordinary, everyday circumstances. I sure could use some good advice.
    Sincerely,
    Kimberly

  225. Judy Odom Says:

    You have just described me to a T. When I first starting getting your wonderful advise emails, one thing I wished for the most was advise on how to talk to men without coming across like an idot. When I meet an actrivity guy, my mind goes blank my heart starts racing, hands get sweatty and I can’t think of anything to say, and when I do say something, it even turns me off. So you see I’m in need deep trouble. Please rescue me. Thanks Judy O

  226. Peter B. Says:

    I always have had a proplem with talking with women and I need to learn and express how I want to convey and make her interested in me.

  227. Obie Hunt Says:

    Anybody, who has a hard time talking to the opposite sex, deserves help and I really don’t deserve this book any more than anyone else who has this problem but I want this book because I do need it badly and the more money I can save, the more I’ll have to spend it on something else I desperately need. I’ll read it and apply what I’ve learned diligently and do my best to make it a success story. I’ve always been shy(probably from an only childhood) and very quiet and I know talking and body language is the way to meet the opposite sex. I need to get out of the starting gate.

  228. Danny Martinez Says:

    Hello Mia -

    I am 45 years old and divorce for the last 6 years - the interesting part of my life is that I have such fear when it comes to talking to women. I am going to that this is due to the fact that I was with the same person for the last 25 years of my life - (yes meaning that I never dated anyone else) so I don’t really know how or what to say when I am around women. I am a very funny person once you get to know me the problme is that because I don’t say anything when I meet new women I come accross as a very quite and up-tight person. I really need your help when it comes to conversation chemistry - I sincerly hope that you consider me as one of your canidates - thank you in advance.

  229. sandra Says:

    We’ve been married for almost 40 years and although we speak the same words we definitely don’t speak the same language. (You would think that in all that time we would come to understand each other but I guess we just aren’t very good at learning foreign languages.) The conversations haven’t changed in all that time either which leads to the same hostilities, arguments, hurt feelings and silences about the same silly issues that have now grown into major stressors. I think that not only are we from different planets but from different universes (I have definitely accused him of being a different species). I’m not sure I even understand the meaning of communicate anymore because all we are doing is talking AT each other. Hwlp!

  230. doreen Says:

    why do i want to win a free copy? I am 50 years old, married at 18! Been divorced for almost 4 years,date very seldom. i am outgoing, friendly, creative,I love animals, NASCAR, cooking, fishing. Funny, i always thought i would have no problem talking to guys, you would think i would know what to do! I work around construction so i talk to guys all day. But when it comes to guys i LIKE …conversations with men rattle me, i am always afraid i am going to come off as too funny or sarcastic. Phone conversations are worse, you don’t have the person in front of you to read the signs! HELP! I want to date, i want a boyfriend. I want some guy hanging on MY every word!!!

  231. Jim Says:

    My wife and I do not effectively communicate at times, mostly due to me either not knowing what to say, or saying the completely wrong thing at the worst time. This leads to frustration on both of our parts, more arguing puts up a barrier that prevents affection and intimacy.

  232. Andi Says:

    Chemistry is one of the things that attracts two people. Conversation and honest communication between these two people will lead to a fulfilled relationship for both parties. However, these days, with our busy schedule and routine, and sometime taking the partner for granted, we tend to forget what causes chemistry between us and the partner. Even we love her/him dearly, a distance between us and the partner is increasing if we are not cultivating the relationship. I believe a book like “Conversation Chemistry” could bring back the skills we used to use when we first date our partner.

  233. Edward Says:

    Dear Mia,

    Thanks for the chance to win this new e-book. I’ve felt that I had a good nature and a great, although dry, sense of humor.

    Over the last couple of years I’ve let my employment situation and regular stresses of life get to me. Others have found my conversation style has turned biting and negative. This, I believe, has now cost me my job and worst, my beautiful wife and two beautiful children.

    I’m looking for a way to improve my conversation skills so I can show the world the funny, positive, hopeful person that I have inside. Thanks for giving me a chance to win your book.

    Best Regards,
    Edward

  234. Michele Says:

    I was with my husband for 20 years. After a few very unhappy years I have moved on. I assumed being ‘me’ was the way to find a partner through honesty. Well, it would appear it’s not as easy as being upfront and honest. Keeping an air of mystery after being in a commited relationship for 20 years isn’t coming all that naturally to me. Any help in the communication department would be greatly appreciated. I am commited to growing and learning as much about myself and the opposite sex as possible.

  235. Kate Boutilier Says:

    I would like to be chosen to receive the book because as I am a great listener it seems that all I do is listen. I look for openings in a conversation to offer input however I usually just nod attentively as I don’t like to interupt someone when the are speaking. I have always tried to let people have thier say as to me it seems that most people are just waiting for their turn to speak and don’t really listen. While this outlook on communication has made me a great person to talk to I am afraid that I don’t do a lot of talking myself. I would like to start. So if you’d feel so inclined to choose me I would be thankful to get some pointers on how to arry my end of a conversation. Thank you.

  236. Taona Says:

    I need to have the copy. The reason is when there is no communication between the two, life becomes boring. There is total blackout and nothing seems to move. I can talk and talk with my spouse, and we laugh and laugh and never run short of stories.
    We can solve our problems without hussles. So I need to sharpen out my communication and add more spark.

  237. Richard Eleby Says:

    I am interested in your book because communicating with the opposite sex has oftentimes left me wondering what should I say, or how should I say it. Although first impressions can be wrong, they can also be lasting.

  238. Deanna Says:

    I have been in a 2 month long distance pre- relationship with someone I met on line. He is stationed in Texas with the Navy and is soon going to be retired and moving home, near to where I live. We have never met, but he is a wonderful man and we are slowly learning about each other. However, I would love to have some more instruction on great conversation. Without ever meeting him and not having that in person connection, all that we have is the phone and conversation. Any help I could get would be appreciated. He does not come home until the end of June this year. We have been talking since Dec 21 of 2007. I would love help.

  239. John Says:

    Hi, I really would like a free copy of ur new book! I’ve been trying my luck with the ladies for the past 5 years now with no luck. Not one of them would pay any mind to me. Sure, I’ve received ur free newsletters but I see how much ur premium and mastery courses top the info in the newsletters! I want to be the ladys’ man, even if I just have to start at learning about conversations. I don’t care if it’s just one step at a time, I’m tired of being trampled on by rejections and attitudes. This would help me a lot! I don’t have the money to buy ur book as of right now since I’m broke. That’s probably one of the reason why girls hate me!!! I’ll be forever grateful if you can please send me a free copy. THX!!!

  240. Annie Goddard Says:

    Picture the scene. An intelligent, witty, articulate woman, talking animatedly to a man. It’s clear that they’re both enjoying themselves hugely. In no way is the conversation forced. But it’s warm and intimate; their attention is completely focused on each other.

    I’m the woman in that scene. I’m intelligent, educated and articulate. It’s been said that I have a great sense of humour and know how to make people laugh. Yet if that’s so, then why is that a scene from my imagination? Why is it that whenever a man tries to strike up a conversation with me, I become completely tongue tied and revert to how I was aged fourteen? Completely gawky and gauche? Unable to believe that any man in their right mind would want to converse with me, never mind find me interesting.

    It’s clear that I need some help major help in this department. I’m hoping (fingers crossed) that if I’m one of the lucky five who win, such negative thoughts will, through some hard work, become a thing of then past. And that scene will in fact, become reality.

  241. arthur francis Says:

    I will be glad to receive a copu

  242. Bucky Says:

    Want to know if i’ve been making wrong conversations

  243. Stella Iyimoga Says:

    I won’t be able to get the book, i live in Nigeria and credit or debit cards are not common. i would have gotten other resources as well if i could. please consider me for a free copy. i so want to converse comfortably with men. it’s been my greatest challenge and i’m so glad to be getting help with it, assuming that you’re giving me the book. Please. i love you guys and the work that you’re doing.

    thanks

  244. Daniel Says:

    Getting past the grief of a most ideal engagement gone sour due to her relapse into drug addiction to last summer, (robbed me and freaking out my pup especially convinced me she isn’t going to be back, nor should I accept her even if amends are made.) I am so eager to start a new fulfilling relationship to a lady I deserve, and the desires the wholesome joys I can complete her life with, I just need that ‘opener’ to get the ball rolling, to get over any apprehension so I can comfortably unite with a fine lady who will be deeply satisfied with my talents in bringing her the exstacy she desires. Still broke from getting robbed, I hope I don’t have to wait any longer, or have the (whoever she is) lady have to suffer any more delay in the same.

  245. Dian Says:

    I walk into a room and if a guy is there maybe two or three i want to just turn around and walk the other way. My hi’s come out as a squeek then i have to clear my throat. I would love to know how to feel more comfortable around men so i don’t feel like a peep squeek. Thanks Dian

  246. Rhett Butler Says:

    Hi Mia & Amy-
    I’ve learned humility by being humiliated, and honesty by being cheated, seen puppies born and my old dog put to sleep I’ve discovered the secrets on how to feel a woman’s pain, listen to her heart, rub her feet, how to make a move, take a chance, and weasel out of an invitation. HOWEVER, I’ve never mastered conversation chemistry. Learning conversation chemistry might be the quantum leap to take me me to the next level!
    Thanks in advance, and I’m looking forward to receiving your new book.
    All the best for the day ahead, Rhett

  247. leto Says:

    if i don’t recieve your fabulous book i will die a virgin.

  248. Jeannette Hartman Says:

    Conversation Chemistry would be a good thing as so many people just do not know how to create conversation when with someone they just met. I generally like to ask the other person about themselves but they often “hold the ball” and then it feels like I am interrogating them. How does one create conversation that keeps the ball rolling back and forth?

  249. Justin Says:

    Mia, Amy,

    Congratulations on your new book. I’m so glad to hear about it, and would love to have a copy for myself.

    This is me now:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiPqnt9xlWk

    This is what I’m hoping for:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfbcXKsJIbc

    …with your help of course!

    Thanks so much, and best of luck.

  250. arthur francis Says:

    I am want to be able to teach the youth in my church on how the ladies can attrack men for marriage

  251. Linda Ong Says:

    I want this book becourse it will improve and coach my way of communication with men which I failed previously. Learning the art of it will improve my conversations with men and it will be useful when I eventually meet someone suitable, I can apply those useful tactics.

  252. Nick Mouriopoulos Says:

    Greetings,

    I would love a copy of your book so that I am better prepared to win my wife back. I was never a good verbal conversationalist while in our marriage. I listened quite a bit and learned a great deal ablout her, but was never able to share anything about myself. Now that she wants out of the marriage, I am trying every possible thing to try and change to be the man she wants and needs. Difficult yes, but well worth the effort. I’m still in love with her and I want her back.

  253. afrodith Says:

    because men are always so afraid about the marriage or commitment.

  254. Anne Katz Says:

    I know alot of my marriage problems are there because of communication, I can not communicate with him the way I should and then when I do try to talk to him I can not say things the way I should. Then I get angry with him because he does not understand or try to understand what I am trying to say. Which in turn makes him angry and then we only argue and get nothing resolved. If only I could converse better my marriage could also be better.

  255. Caroline LoSavio-Ducharme Says:

    I believe there is always room for growth in communication. Sharing, learning, caring, loving, trust, bonding and expressing your feelings, concerns, wants and needs are always an extremely important part of a good relationship.

  256. Cyd Says:

    I’d like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because it seems no matter what I say or how I say it, my husband always misinterprets what I’m trying to get across to him. This causes serious issues with us at times and I’d really love to improve this aspect of our relationship.

  257. Pamela Says:

    I think communication is highly underrated yet is one of the most important things next to confidence and faith.
    I have enjoyed receiving Amy Waterman’s emails and her 6 part mini course and I would love to receive a copy of this book as well.

    Thank you.

  258. Steve Fineberg Says:

    My problem is, when I don’t know what to say, say anything! In other words I have trouble shutting up. Know what I mean? It will be anything on any topic, or worse yet I’ll interview the person and keep asking them questions based on their answers. I think, well at least I’m a good listener, but I have no strategy. That’s why I need your book…a strategy!
    That’s the ticket!

  259. Elaine Says:

    Hi
    I have met a great guy and he likes me too, we just ‘click’ amazingly! so far so good. He is a bright button, having just completed a masters and now working on a phd which makes me feel a tad insecure but my semi-independance, happy personality, general sense of fun (mischief), blonde hair and curves seem to be working their magic.
    However, I am accutely conscious that conversation may soon run dry - in fact I can also imagine tumbleweed blowing past us and “embarrasing silence” on my part, in the not too distant future.
    Whilst I am not about to (or able to) quickly do a phd myself, a genie in the form of guidance and help in how to develop conversation, i think will help me to establish and prove if this relationship will survive.
    I have made it this far, please help me
    thanks
    Elaine
    ps - how come such practical advise is never taught in school?

  260. Deb Says:

    I’m just re-entering the dating world and do have problems communicating with the oppisite sex. I’m also finding it very difficult to get this guy pal to understand that I would like to turn our friendship into something a little more. Any information that I can read is really a great help. The 6 part mini series has been helpful as well. Thank you for that.

  261. clive Says:

    I would like afree conversation chemistry because all my life i have let oppourtinties pass me by baecause of the dreaded fear of not wanting to fall into uncomfortable silences.It prevents me from approaching women and i know i cuold do it if i knew i could matain conversations

    Getting blown off would not bother me if i had conversation chemistry because i would look upn the conversation as a learning curve,and with the basica and pratice you could only get better.i know there are other men who have the confidence but dont know what or how t keep the conversation going this would be probally the best tool a man could have to improve himself with women,(we all knw women love to talk,I have noticed they are the succesful men who have a conversation chemistry

    Regards

    Clive

  262. godfred nyarko Says:

    i am godfred and i need this book to master in my dating rules tips and aslo a want to be successful with women and i aslo want to be the KING OF QUEENS.think you get me clear ,the man no women will not dare to lose.

  263. Scott Says:

    I have always had a difficult time expressing my feelings and emotions. It is even more of a struggle when she is trying to pull information from me or getting upset at my lack of communication. I need a lot of help in this area and believe your book would be a great start.

  264. Fahmida Riad Says:

    Hello

    As soon as I saw this wonderful opportunity, I had to jump on it. I’ve been dating for sometime and have this fear of awkward silences on dates. It just always seems like I don’t have much to say or relate to even though Im such a talkative person otherwise. For example, I went to a diner last week with a guy and I had imagined having the most wonderful substance-filled conversation but we just ended up not really having much to say. I really need advice and help on how to communicate in an effective way.

    Thanks for your time and consideration

  265. Shelley Says:

    Hi,
    After 2 marriages and an almost-marriage I’ve come to the conclusion that perhaps my conversation skills… learned mostly through working with men in the last 23 years of military service…aren’t quite what they could be. On one hand, maybe I have some greater ease with men on the conservation field…on the other, perhaps I know TOO much of them! At any rate, I’ve never learned how best to get ME across, maybe I have too much of a “buddy” way of speaking? If I can get get a boost, boy I can sure use it :)
    Thanks,
    Shelley

  266. Daniel Stobie Says:

    Getting past the grief of a most ideal engagement gone sour due to her relapse into drug addiction last summer, (robbed me and freaking out my pup, especially convinced me she isn’t going to be back even if amends are made)I am so eager to start a new fulfilling relationship with a lady I deserve and desires the wholesome joys I can complete her life with, I just need the ‘opener’ to get the ball rolling, to get over ant apprehensions, so I can comfortably unite with a fine lady that will be deeply satisfied with my loving talents that will bring her the exstacy she desires. Still broke from getting robbed, I hope to not wait any longer, or have the (whoever she is) lady have to suffer any more delay, reading your book promptly can bring about all that and more! Thank yOu for reading this, Daniel

  267. John Says:

    I find it easy to talk with my friends and family. But I have found it difficult to talk with the opposite sex, especially one that I am attracted to. I would love to win a copy of the book so that I can learn how to talk with the opposite sex.

  268. Jamie Says:

    I have the hardest time when it comes to talking to the opposite sex, I can be out with friends and see a really cute guy and I would love to approach him, but what do I say without looking corny or lame? I would love to hit it off with a really guy but where and how do I do that.. and here is the sad part, I am 45….I feel like the wallflower at times and it hurst sometimes… so help!

  269. Kurt Simmons Says:

    I need this information because I’m a rocket-scientist for God’s sake and I STILL can’t make myself talk to a pretty woman.

  270. john Says:

    my friend is 20yrs younger than me and she doesn’t keep appointments, says she loves me, talks very positive things about our relationship leading to marriage but doesn’t turn up on most dates. I need to understand her coz I love her. My former left 10 years ago. May be there’s a communication problem which your book may solve.

  271. eunice quartson Says:

    I am a newly married lady and want to be able to communicate well with my husband

  272. dee Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy,

    I really need a copy of this book because I am totally clueless with guys. I dont have any brothers or guy friends so I am not able to even get any practice in talking with guys. Year after year its all the same. The closest I have gotton to speaking with a guy is if they ask me for an assignment in class. I never go beyond a couple of minutes and I should be able to because I am in my 20’s. I am currently in 5th grade mode with guys. Please help

  273. john Says:

    my friend is 20yrs younger. My former left 10 years ago. Good communication style a must.

  274. kalei Says:

    Hi! I recently confessed to a friend that, after visiting the same cafe once a week for the past 3 months, I was trying to figure out how to give the waiter my phone number. She said, “Great! Maybe I can help. What was your last conversation about?”. I said that I had asked for more lemon for my tea. She said, “Well, then what was your longest conversation about?”. And I said, “That was it”. Please help!

  275. Ed Carson Says:

    Stubbing my toe is the first thought that comes to my mind when thinking of approaching an attractive female and starting a conversation. Falling down a flight of stairs is the feeling I’m left with after her rejection of my feeble attempt to communicate with her after I stubbed my toe. And then being in the ICU on life support would describe my overall success with the female population. What I need is a good strong jolt to jump start my heart, to get me out of the ICU, back up the stairs, and then walking unimpeded right up to a woman. Then, to be able to say the right words, without running out of anything to say. In that way the silence I’m usually left with isn’t so deafening to the point that not only do I need my heart jump started, but I also need hearing aids.

  276. john Says:

    a fantastic book

  277. James D McDowell Says:

    I am 50 years old and have NEVER been comfortable around attractive women. I always get nervous, jittery, tongue-tied, etc., and recalling my track record only makes these symptoms worse! I do well on the internet though, I think because I cannot even see them, and therefore can relate to them as humans, not the goddesses I imagine them to be when face to face. That is my main problem: I see them in an unreal light, I imagine that they control me, that they can decide if I am to have sex or not, etc., when in reality the opposite is true; it is I who control all these things. Please help me get these items straight in my head.

  278. Luis Says:

    I am interested in having a copy of your work, no one knows better to how to talk to women than two women, I always have watched form a distance men that get women talking and talking and always wondered what that heck is it that they talk to them about to get them talking that much so I guess now I can find out thanks to your free copy thank you so much Luis

  279. sandra Says:

    hi: i am in desperate need of this book my life is falling apart i found out my husband is having an affair with a man. we have been married 25 years have had our ups and downs and he has told me he has not been happy for a long time this is so out of character and he will not talk about it i cannot understand why i still care for and love this man i do not want to give up but i have to get him to open up

  280. mercy Says:

    Hey, the reason why I need a free copie of Conversation Chermistry, is that I can see myself attract man every since my ex-hanband left me, for his lover. I have meet alots of good looking guys,I ever try to talk to them but I don’t go anyway. I have been by myself for 1 and 8 months. I really need your help because I think I have found some one, please.

    your friend,

    Mercy

  281. Kristie Storm Says:

    I would love to be able to communicate with my husband again like we did when we first got married. We used to be able to talk about everything… the weather, our hopes for the future, what different things to try in the bedroom, but over the last several months and some stressful events in our relationship, our communication gap seems to be growing wider. To be able to talk to him openly again would make me happier than I could imagine. Amy’s newsletters have been helping me out tremedously with communication, expressing feeling, etc. I am sure that with the two of you and other experts working together I will be absolutely amazed at how much progress my husband and I can make if we just had a some insight on where to start again. I think that your book may be the medicine the doctor ordered.

  282. aina Says:

    Dear Mia and Amy,
    thanks a lot for giving me the chance to enter and win in this competion :)
    yes I need a copy of the conversation chemistry,
    cz I m sure, I will learn a lot from your research and your experiences,
    the conversation chemistry ,what a very important topic,every one should be happy to have the opportunity to learn more about it,I think it s ” An Important ART of Talking and Art of selecting sentences that will sure impress and make any man fall in love with a women,cz he will notice that she have a sparkling and attractive conversation,he will not be dored with her ,PLus she will be Unique,to him,(cz she did all that by following every step in ur training course).
    Mia I really hope to Win your free copy:)
    aina

  283. Faith Bovi Says:

    Dear Ma
    I really appreciate all you are doing on net to ensure peace in marriage relationships.
    I need a copy of Conversation Chemistry coz I want a good communication to be established between my spouse and I to enable me air our views always.And also I want a happy and a life long marriage and not the one that will end in divorce.lack of communication can lead to a divorce coz ‘Communication is to marriage what blood is to the body’

  284. Mandie Says:

    I just started a relationship with a woman and she isn’t a very talkable person. However, what I have learned so far from her has given me the determination to continue on with her. She is a great person and I think this tool would help us engage in more intriguing, long conversations. I would appreciate the help of this tool.

  285. Douglas Says:

    Why i think I need a copy of Conversation Chemistry.

    Well when I say Hiiii to a women and then start talking to her, I get the feeling that I’m talking to a wall. You know, that blank stare she gives and no body movements at all, just like a wall. So my opening lines and everything after that must be off the wall. I sincerely hope you give my comment some serious consideration, if not I think I will be better off just hanging a picture of a women on the wall and then start talking. Doug

  286. Ahh Says:

    to make them feel they are women and men always in need of them.

  287. polly Says:

    I need help in finding the right way to communicate with my husband whose thoughts are difficult to fathom most of the time and sometimes this drives me up the wall. I need to know the right way to draw him into conversations, and understand the way his mind works.

  288. polly Says:

    I believe you will teach me skills to improve my communication skills with my husband

  289. Penny Says:

    Why does Penny deserve a copy of this book? Let me count the ways! I’m 34 years old and have just about given up on finding “Mr. Right.” I have all the right things going on for me on the outside, attractive, smart, well-educated, all my teeth, great job…so something must be wrong on the inside! If I could just get some insight on how to talk to a man with out trickles of desperation leaking from my pores I do believe that would help me out immensely! Mia and Amy, this is an SOS from the sinking ship Penny. Save me!

  290. Jamie Says:

    I’m the one…you know, the beautiful woman who some ae afraid to approach? Oh, if you know me, my friends and aquaintences always say…Why are you single..I’m attractive, happy, funny and quite intelligent and successful. I’m selective and truly don’t compromise just to be with someone. Anyway, the real reason I wrote was we have a joke in my group of friends. I have always said “I wish that I had something interesting to talk about” (everyone laughs) I am usually reserved around people I do not know and have several times allowed someone who would be great to meet and possibly date to just walk out of my life. I need Conversation Chemistry.

  291. Kathy Campanelli Says:

    32 years of marriage has now ended and I now play the dating game again…things sure have changed in this world and I can use all the help I can get. I had married my high school sweetheart so I’m actually starting to date for the very first time in my life…..HELP….I’m lost at what to say, how to act and how to be comfortable. Finally I have found some insight by reading your publications. Thank you…

  292. Jamie Says:

    I’m the one…you know, the beautiful woman who some ae afraid to approach? Oh, if you know me, my friends and aquaintences always say…Why are you single..I’m attractive, happy, funny and quite intelligent and successful. I’m selective and truly don’t compromise just to be with someone. Anyway, the real reason I wrote was we have a joke in my group of friends. I have always said “I wish that I had something interesting to talk about” (everyone laughs) I am usually reserved around people I do not know and have several times allowed someone who would be great to meet and possibly date to just walk out of my life. I need Conversation Chemistry.

  293. Alice Wandy Says:

    Thanks for having an idea of helping a lot of people because it read all over the world.
    This are things we cannot learn from parents or in any social place.This book has just arrived at the right time because am still not married. As we know knowledge is power so I’ll have all the power to approach my love life.
    Most of the time when I am with the opposite sex am out of words I end up making myself busy doing something, living the opposite sex friend alone in the sitting room while am in the kitchen. This book will be just perfect for me.In future i’ll also help my daughters in future not to repeat the the mistakes of their mum God willing. I also have a dream of becoming an author of books. I write and read more but I talk less. My elder sister is married and is very talkative and reads less.Sometimes she asks me questions concerning her love life and I answer and she wonders how on earth could I have known such an answer and I don’t have the experience. There is power in reading books. Eagerly waiting to hear from you soon. ALICE WANDY IN NAIROBI, KENYA

  294. MuScLeTeeN Says:

    Hello! Well, I think, I’m sure and I’m CERTAIN that the book will be a success and that it contains 100% no nonsense valuable information. I know expert, Amy Waterman and I’ve listened to various podcasts of hers and I can say that she’s not called “expert” for no reason! I would really love to have the “Conversation Chemistry” as I believe that the ability to communicate is one of the most important things to know concerning dating. Hope to hear from you soon :)

  295. Douglas Says:

    Why I think I need a copy of Conversation Chemistry.

    Well when I say Hiiii to a women and then start talking to her, I get the feeling that I’m talking to a wall. You know, that blank stare she gives and no body movements at all. So my opening lines and everything after that must be off the wall. I sincerely hope you give my comment some serious consideration, if not I think I will be better off just hanging a picture of a woman on the wall and then start talking to her………Doug

  296. Joshua Says:

    I have a problem. help! I have pretty much forgotten what it takes to talk to women in such a way that can build attraction,comfort and rapore.I was married for seven years and am now 33yrs. old have been divorced from my unbelievably turbulent ride for about 2yrs. now. I have been working steadily improving myself since,both physically mentally (inner core,self confidence)but still,some how I end up in the friend zone most of the time,I get lucky once and while or just plain nothing. I have good social skills when it comes to talking to people(I’am a sales consultant). The thing is I deal mainly with guys at work and tend to find it hard to transition into conversation starting topics with women I feel myself looking with a dumb founded long faced horse(duh,duh). I’am completely overwhelmed with everything on the web. Today common sense just hit me right in the head! I mean what better way to learn conversational skills with women than a book written by two women about conversing with… you guessed it “women”. Holy epifany!

    Thanks,Joshua. WI

  297. Annette Says:

    After several years of raising children, I must say, I hadn’t realized how unaccustomed I am to speaking with other adults, particualarly men, much les attractive men. One day I woke up and realized that the bulk of my interaction and conversation with other adults is restricted to the clerks at Target and the grocery store. I can even pick up my children at school by signing a sheet of paper, and I can pump gas with a swipe of my credit card, no human contact or conversation required.

    I am eager to join a Road Runners group to meet friends and socialzie. Having completed my first half-marathon last fall, I feel like I can do anything - well, almost anything! I’ve noticed that most adults don’t know how to talk to me about much of anything other than my children. And I find that I have forgotten how to converse about other topics as well, as eager as I am to branch out!

    I’ve lost 40 pounds, grown out my hair, updated my wardrobe as much as my budget will allow, but I’m not fully equipped to my new life. Help!

  298. Susan Says:

    I am a faithful reader of your articles and have bought the e-book “Be the woman that Men adore”, and other valuable e-books but I am still having problems speaking honestly and from my heart to my husband. We are not it seems getting passed a “wall” that seems to be around us. There is still some residue of bitterness and resentment coming from both parties that is effecting our conversation and we fall back into old reliable habits that are not conducive to a loving, honest, jumping to conclusions conversation. Nothing seems to be getting resolved or worked through except bad feelings.

  299. sunday Benjamin Says:

    Endeavour to send me a free copy.Thanks.

  300. Diane Says:

    I would like a copy of the book to gain the skills I feel I am lacking and that have probably caused me to lose out and fail in my relationships with men over many many years. I am painfully shy and sensitive at times and have been my worst enemy probably when it has come to dealing with men and letting them know me. I guess I am looking for the missing link that I can’t see with my mind’s eye. I want to understand them better and gain knowledge in how to relate to them. Thank you.

  301. clarissa Says:

    huh i get so tired of the blank stares and random blurts of nothing. i need help being more comfortable with the opposite sex. what could be more better than to get a book that can get me started to actually bring in the man of my dreams with a good conversation. In particular i like this guy and he fits my blueprint of a man but i just get stuck in what to say to him to get things between me and him going. at times i may walk over in his area and get so excited to see him and then just start mumbling or say things so dumb that he just looks ant me and say HUH…WHAT…? I feel convinced that if I learn how to build my conversation skills with the opposite sex, not only the guy I like will want to get to know me but others guys will be stunned by my conversation and will want to get to know me better. what better way to start the process than to get the Conversation Chemistry book.

  302. Dora Says:

    Wow. I really need all the help I can get. I am 37 years old and I have never been in a serious relationship. I reely want to but I always seem to clam up when I have to express myself. I am terribly shy and when I have feelings torward someone special I just can´t talk to him because I haven´t got a clue what to say and if I have a clue it comest out the wrong way. I have been told by my friend that I do something with my expressions and build a wall around me when a man tries to approach me. Well I do hope you pick me to get a free copy of your book. It will be put to good use.

  303. Nikola Says:

    I`m really tired of being a fool all the time when i communicate with girls and i hate the fact that after meeting a girl i should spend all day or a few days analyzing what was my mistake and what was wrong in my conversation with her.

  304. Crystal Says:

    I think I should get a copy because I think you both are outstanding authors and the knowledge and wisdom that you have written would greatly help me in having a stimulating and intellectual and witty conversion with the opposite sex I believe I can trust you both with the information provided as I see that you have taken an enormous amount of time researching and even doing on the spot interviews soo I REALLY HOPE THAT i can receive one of those treasured copies so I can begin the learning experience that you two no doubt have laid out plainly and eloquently for each of your valued readers.

    Thanks for taking the time to read my comment:)
    Crystal

  305. Alice Wandy Says:

    Thanks that there is someone who can help me in my love life.I just feel like hugging you but I can’t. You’ve really answered the questions and thoughts that were bothering me having no book that explains vividly and openly with experience and professionalism.
    It is the right reading material for me at the right time.
    Thanks to technology that I can be able to access this.

    Regards Alice Wandy, Nairobi Kenya.

  306. Nana Says:

    Hello my dear,
    i knew my husband for now 8 years 3 years together waiting both of us to get married because we were in different country as he was stadying in the states while i was im my home country he was sending me all time e mails letteres and phone calls after 3 years we get married and 2 years later he told me that he lost the connection with me …it s difficult to explain but then i started reading different articles to bring back this connection ..im 30 and he is 34 so i think that is good to know what to do and to say to attrack the man i want either him or my futur partner to make him and my self also happy …the point for me is that if we can do something to make things and our selfs better it worths it so i have a very good raison to get these kind of conversation
    thank you in advance .
    Nana

  307. Miriam McCann Says:

    I would like a copy of this book because my partner of 11 months has just finished our relationship saying “You say the wrong thing, in the wrong place, at the wrong time.”
    I am totally clueless as to what I have said wrong as he didn’t say anything at the time when these ‘faux pas’ occured. I am desperate for help as I don’t want this to happen again.
    Sincerely
    Miriam McCann

  308. sharyn Says:

    Im fairly confident with everyone but the guy I fancy. I just freeze and no words come out.Please send me a copy

  309. Kathie Bernard Says:

    Because, I just went to court for a divoice and did not know it was going to happen after ten years of marriage (i really did not have any ideal everything was fine in every dept. in our marriage until 09-2007), found out my husband and insurance was going to try and take our gourmet cookie business from me. None of it worked and I came out okay and Ive gotten four ebooks from you and lori carter i think is her name, but Ive been talking/seeing my ex boy friend from before I met my husband. But, Im not sure about him but it help with my self esteem during this last five months. So, I want to be ready to use some of this information with the real dating world. Im 50 years young, kids on their own, I can take care of myself with the finance, but I need someone that will not be insecure about my business and Im trying to make sure that I can tell who is real and who is not. Im at work and writing fast so hopefully you can understand all of this. Kathie Bernard wwww.kathiebernard@aol.com 816-536-2771

  310. Ken Berry Says:

    My wife and I have been married 12 years and have two beautiful girls. Last Christmas my wife said she wants to separate. We have been going to a counselor but she refuses to open up to me. She has removed her wedding ring and feels I just don’t love her anymore. I have tried to talk to her using the counselors suggestions on communicating but nothing is working. She continues to be angry and argumentative about everything. She seems to not even care about what I am actually saying. It feels like I am the only one that wants our marriage to work, to have a better relationship and to be one of those success stories.

    If your eBook can save my marriage, you’d have one heck of testimonial form me and my wife!

  311. shuja Says:

    I feel women make decision about their man in a split of a second. How a man gets his woman depends upon the way he starts his conversation. It is all about getting your basics right in the first few seconds of your conversation. Most men, including myself, fail here. I think a book conversation chemistry is badly needed for people like us. Congrats to you for choosing a very relevant subject and my best wishes to you.

  312. Sandra Says:

    Hi Mia,

    I grew up as an only child and both my parents worked long hours. Although I was social at school with friends, recess, lunch etc. I lacked the daily bantering that goes on between siblings and friends of siblings who came over to friends homes after school, weekends etc. My parents were not verbal individuals. We were not a family to have in depth conversations over dinner unless it was to pass the potatoes :) So because of this I always felt disadvantaged in social situations. I have no training in day to day dialogue with others. Many partners have commented that I am not like other females, I have no desire or habit of the need to purge my thoughts on what happended to me during the day etc. They often get the impression I am not very open, but this is not true, I just don’t have the expertise of small talk. I have no problem communicating for the most part if there is a specific topic on an agenda but outside of that I am a bit of a klutz. I am open and would appreciate a copy of your book to improve my communication skills,which in turn would improve all areas of my life, I have no doubt.

    Thank you for your consideration.

    Namaste,
    Sandra

  313. Marsha Says:

    Widowed and just getting into the game again-need conversation tips to start connecting again.

  314. somee Says:

    i believe that it will make it easier for me to have my game in front of the most gorgeous women…as well as understand them

  315. rose Says:

    theres nothing worse than feeling totally pumped and excited about a man, thinking about your time together, finally being with him and then ,just when you’re thinking about your next date together, comes the dreaded silence! you’ve talked about the weather, your career, your family and friends and suddenly you realize your conversation isn’t as exciting as you anticipated, and whats worse, it shuts you right down! you start wondering if your next date together will be just as silent no matter what you might be doing!

  316. virgie Says:

    Want to know how to communicate with men, and end the single staus and lonely.

  317. larry Says:

    I want a copy because this is exactly what I need help with.I lost so many great women because Ive floundered in conversation,saying the wrong thing or blanking and not knowing what to say. Help me. Thanks Larry

  318. Weng Says:

    Please, please, PLEASE I’m begging you for this free copy. My husband and I are trying to recover from a traumatic event in our family, trying to save our marriage, and so many times our silence is so overwhelming that I die inside. I’m trying so hard to win back his heart (although he tells me he loves me it’s hard to believe) and I used to ALWAYS have something to say. Now, I feel lost and I need some help in order to regain what was once so beautiful in our lives…our marriage. Please, please, please, let me win one.

    Thank you so very much and have a great day!

    Weng
    msgwen29@sbcglobal.net

  319. Queen Says:

    You have been a source of blessing to this present generation. Thank you very much for being there for me.

  320. HELEN WALTON Says:

    I REALLY NEED A COPY as my husband of 30 years left a few years ago to live with a woman he met on the internet. Although I am trying to get over it, after being married for so long, I am out of touch with the whole dating thing, and really need some help!

  321. janet Says:

    Hi! I have been a faithful follower of all of your e-mails, including Mia’s, Mimi Tanners, Rori Raye’s.You guys are the greatest and are a wonderful inspiration. I have suffered through 2 bad amrriages. 1st one was abusive and the 2nd time i married an alcoholic. I have managed to move forward but am alone raising 3 children. I have a very low self esteem even though people tell me all the time how pretty i am and what a great person i am. I need all the help i can get to build up my self esteem and confidence so that i dont continue following my pattern of settling for whatever comes along thinking i will never find anyone better because of my shyness and other self confidence issues. I’m 42 years old, educated, have 3 wonderful children, a terrific job that i love with a very nice income. I have a nice home and wonderful friends but can’t find the right attitude or words to get men interested. They all see me as “friend” material! Please help!

  322. Diana Says:

    I am very shy, but independent. It is hard to think of the right things to say and start a good conversation, it is also, to keep the conversation going without coming to a complete halt. Please help.
    Thank you,
    Diana

  323. ellie Says:

    I don’t know what it is, but I am confident woman who just freezes up when I am attracted to someone and I turn “mute” and uninteresting! I seriously need some great advice about starting conversations with men and keeping them going. That is a big reason I am still single! I keep thinking they are going to think I appear desperate or stupid so I say nothing and they think I am aloof or boring. I would love to have a free copy of Conversation Chemistry!

  324. Jennifer Johnson Says:

    I have more then one reason for wanting the book, so we should probably put this entry into the (plus another 2 at random)pot more then once, ha ha.. On a more serious note I need the book badly because…I was going to be married in the summer of 2005, but my future husband got in a wreck and since he had been drinking he had to go to jail for 14 months. I was strong and supported him up until 2 months before he got out. I just lost it, I didn’t realize at the time I was in a severe depression and I started going through “The Change” at the same time, who knew… needless to say I was the cross between a fruit loop and a deranged lady. I ran away from home, went from MN to CA, I’m sure it was the Sagittarius in me:) that made me run so far away and not hold on the last two months he was in jail. So now we have been talking the last 4 or 5 months and always seem to end up fighting. Before he got into trouble we never fought about anything and we did everything together too from washing dishes to washing and detailing cars, from doing laundry and dusting to fishing and snowmobiling. I wish I knew how to talk to him now and tell him I am really sorry but it is part his fault too and to suck it up and lets get back to being happy. If that doesn’t work I still feel like I’m in a different country here, talk about a culture shock, and I need to learn how to talk to the guys that are asking me out here. There that should be worth at least 2 chances in the(plus another 2 at random) box hehehe
    Thanks Jen

  325. Queen Says:

    I must confess that your article titled “How to make first impression” helped me a lot in my school seminar work. I will like this “conversation Chemistry” to be very educative as well as romantic. Thank you very much because I trust your initiatives. More grease to your elbo.

    With love from
    Queen
    Nigeria

  326. Tom Says:

    How do I handle a lull in the conversation, or avoid it altogether?

  327. Tom Morgan Says:

    I really need this book. My wife and I have been married for 18 years and we had the most wonderful relationship I have ever known. We still have a good relationship, but it is centered around our kids, two boys 11 & 15, but we do not, I repeat, “DO NOT” have any imtimate relationship at all. Our life is perfect except for that. It may ruin our marriage! Help!

  328. Michele Says:

    I can not wait to read Conversation Chemistry. I thought I knew how to communicate with men, but have recently realized I don’t. I look forward to learning, using the tools you have developed!

  329. Maria Says:

    I know that iam one woman who has come to understand how to appreciate and use most of my qualities as a woman to create and build attraction with some men i associate and make sure that most of them know and keep this in mind about me. I know how a boring and lack of spontaneity conversation can make one never want to see an association beyond the first meeting!, So i believe that Conversation Chemistry may be one of the pathways i need to build on the qualities i already possess.

  330. Grace P Says:

    To me I personally find conversations a major turn on then the actual physical intimacy part but alot of guys I meet do not know how to start up a decent conversations because their minds are going a million miles an hour on other things(we do know men are visual creatures,lol) Women want to talk about almost anything as long as he is giving her some attention. Being a bit shy I just find it hard to start talking and at times not even sure what to talk about, sometimes men just think we are after something when we are asking questions when in fact in are just trying to get to know them better. As you can see I need major help here, wouldn’t hurt to get a free copy. :D thanks

  331. Dave Says:

    It’s not that I can’t carry on a coversation. I can, and generally can walk up and begin talking to women. It’s those painful gaps, those silences that seem to go on forever, when I can’t think of something clever or smart or funny. It’s funny but those gaps ususally occur with the most beautiful and sexy women.

    I need some training to be able to have some ready-to-use lines of conversation, for when the natural flow stops and causes me to freeze up.
    I look forward to this new assistance!
    -Dave, VA

  332. Ada Says:

    After a marriage of 26 years I definitely need to get back into things and the whole dating scene has changed so drastically - I will appreciate all the help I can get!!

  333. Sunetra Says:

    I deserve this book because I am a communications professional and believe that it is the very essence of human interactions.

  334. Marcin Says:

    Why would I be given a copy of ”Conversation Chemistry”?

    Well, as a person living currently abroad, in the UK to be precise, I find this to be book quite a help in starting a sparkling conversation with some locals, women mostly, which may end up in strengthening a relationship between two, or more, different cultures. I would say that the book in question may help us to understand one another, work in aid of mutual pleasure and happiness and, therofore, lead us straight forward to world wide peace.

    Or, at least, it may help us to meet someone special.

    Regards,

    Marcin

  335. dpk Says:

    I need conversation chemistry because I need to know how to control the right reaction .

  336. Svetlana Rella Says:

    Hi Mia..
    I believe I am very deserving of this book - because I am finally “coming into myself”. I just turned 49 on the third of February and have been set up by one of my best gal pals on a popular computer dating site. I’ve never done that - so this is very new to me, but exciting! :) I know the kind of person I’ve been in the past - and the one I want to become (even at this stage in my life). I’ve been divorced for 6 years - have dated here and there - but now I want to know what it’s like to DATE… to have FUN… to meet people and enjoy what life has to offer - I am by nature outgoing - but tend to be shy at times - especially when meeting someone new, one-on-one. I’ve been in situations where you can cut the quiet with a knife or I’ve been the one to lead a conversation - but not before saying a prayer & asking for God’s help in pushing it along! :) Divine Intervention NEVER hurts you know! :) I want to learn, and embrace the techniques you offer… I want a potential date to look at me & think to himself.. “WOW.. she’s really interesing - an easy person to talk to & it’s great not to lack in things to say! I hope she’ll accept another date with me!” So, on that note - I hope you will consider my request - I so look forward to improving myself with your wonderful expertise!
    Thank you…. Svetlana Rella :)

  337. Raoul Says:

    My reason for the Free book… hey, i have been solo for 8 years now, and kind of lost the game, so help, before it is too late! thanks, R

  338. lee lin Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry so that i can have a more perfect picture of where guys are coming from .This, i believe will get the conversation going and clear alot of unneccesary miscomunication cum misunderstanding. Next, Iam also an emcee, so this will give me a deeper depth into the art of communication That will definitely be of use to me on stage.Finally, i feel that alot of lady or some of my friends in particular could not hold a conversation well,i felt that i could share with them your tips and brighten up their lives that bit.:)

  339. Cheryl Krangle Says:

    Hi Mia,
    I would love a copy of Conversation Chemistry. I feel I am missing the crucial tidbits necessary to create that spark when conversing with men. I know everything should be light and friendly and it’s all about the tone and not so much what you say but how you say it.

    With my last ex we had a great first date. We clicked and had amazing chemistry. We connected to each other based on our love for animals. After one date you can’t keep talking about the same stuff; this is where I ran into trouble. I know conversations are like a pyramid. You talk about the safe topics and work you way up to mutual interests and then more personal things.

    I was having immense trouble getting him to be more emotionally intimate. Date two went really down hill; there was not as much talking and much more physical action (making out). I know being physical won’t keep him around but at the time I was uninformed. All guys need to be emotionally attached to the woman they are with because it is a deeper and more long lasting type of commitment. If a guy feels it for you he won’t just feel you physically but emotionally. He’ll want to call you before he goes to bed or to just say hello.

    This is exactly the type of attraction I am after though I don’t know how to go about it. We ended up dating for six months but it was never great. He was never eager to see me or even call. I didn’t meet any of his friends and if I asked him how his weekend was I would get a one-word answer. I thought if we could each talk about our fun weekends I could perhaps create some chemistry, though it never happened.

    We never had sex though I think he might have seen me as a girl he could make out with whenever he wanted. I did put him in place sometimes but soon after he would make some excuse as to why we had to cut our meeting short. That is definitely not how I want my future relationships to be. I would love to be with someone who wants to be with me for me.

    Whenever I’m out I try to observe the interactions of other women and men. It is hard to not look like your staring when trying to discover the mystery language that goes on below the surface. Please help me figure out how to create this magical verbal chemistry with men. I would be ever so grateful.

  340. muimui Says:

    Hello, I’m a young woman (26) & still virgin. I have few experience with men, not a real relationship but I ‘m trying to figure out this situation by reading all kind of books in order to improve my self-confidence. Your book can help me in teaching me how being cool & natural in front of men, being easy-going & funny.

  341. Paul Rozee Says:

    I am always looking for a fix to get back the love of my life. I need to be able to help her get past anger and talk to me. I am here waiting for something that may never be but I am waiting. Is there help out there, I hope that there is and maybe it can be found in your new book. I have done a lot of searching on line and the most informative information I have found is from SaveMyMarriageToday.com now I need to let my wife know that not is all lost and your boor may allow me a way to talk to her so she will want to ge involved in saving our marriage instead of turning her back on it.

    Thank you again,

    Paul

  342. cora Says:

    As a CEO of our company that has been in business for about 20 years I often deal with executives of large corporations with the likes of Boeing,Northrop Grumman,SAIC, etc.and while I can articulate how doing business with our company which has been very successsful in federal government contracting would be good for them for some government subcontracting requirements, I feel that the good old boy network relationship is still the norm.Many times I would ask our EVP to either stand in for me or I take him with me so these male executives would deal with our company which of course works. I need to use my womanly attributes to have them do business with us through my own efforts not through my male EVP. I am attractive and articulate and although short in height I am stylish and look polished.I could use a book like yours to add some conversation chemistry into my business capabilities.

  343. James Says:

    I would love a copy so if I ever had the pleasure of meeting Mia and Amy I could sweep them off their feet .

  344. Teresa Stout Says:

    I am a 53 year old woman. My 52 year old husband and I have been married 30 years and have had five wonderful children together. I love him very much, but a year ago he went on a trip to Mongolia and when he came home he told me he fell in love with his 29 year old Mongolian translator and wanted a divorce. I believe he is in a big time mid-life crisis. We are not divorced yet and we talk alot and get along well. I am trying to do everything I can to not burn any bridges and keep the door open for him to return to our marriage. I believe your new book is something I really need! Thank you. Sincerely, Teresa

  345. Brian Says:

    I would like to have a copy of “Conversation Chemistry” because love my wife with probably more passion now than 18 years ago when we married. I’ve gotten to the point where it makes me extremely happy to make/see her happy. It’s not about me so much any more.

    Gone is the anger, the depression, and the bitterness that I had for so long that I didn’t even know was there. “What’s her problem?” I originally thought, but I gradually came around to realize it was mostly my fault & my problem. Neither one of us realized at the time many of the issues could have been averted if we had just communicated early on.

    Now, I just have a sadness because we still cannot seem to communicate about intimate issues like romance and sex. I truly would like to have a conversation where I don’t seem desperate or a complete Neanderthal and that I have true empathy for her. I have so many hopes & dreams for us but a lack of trust still lingers. Whenever I clumsily try to begin a conversation on “touchy” issues, she gets quite uncomfortable & feels pressured which then makes me even more uncomfortable and doubtful than I was before! I (and ultimately we) need guidance on the art of conversation that is devoid of pressure and misunderstandings, but does contain clear love and understanding.

    Thanks.

  346. Natasha Says:

    I wish i win this a copy of Conversation Chemistry, since it is very important for men and women to communicate effectively with eachother. By sincerely coomunicating and expressing our needs we can learn to live more happier and free from constrans of imagened fear and insecurities.

    Thank you!

  347. JANET Says:

    I WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE A COPY OF CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY BECAUSE: I AM NOW DIVORCED AFTER 18 YEARS OF MARRIAGE. MY EX WAS VERBALLY ABUSIVE SO I LIVED ALOT OF YEARS AFRAID TO SAY ANYTHING IF FEAR. NOW I AM IN A NEW RELATIONSHIP AND I STILL FIND MY SELF AT TIMES NOT SAYING ANYTHING. I AM TRYING TO WORK ON COMMUNICATION AND ANYTHING I CAN LEARN WILL HELP. I THINK BEING ABLE TO COMMUNICATE IS VERY IMPORTANT IN A RELATIONSHIP OF ANY KIND.

  348. arshia Says:

    well i would like to have this book, because its making me wonder, wether it really can have things in it which i may not yet aware of…..:) because personally speaking i am a well confident woman while it comes to men and hitting a conversation with them. hence this message made me interested in replying to this blog and find out if i can be one of those lucky ones who would be receiving a free copy of this upcoming launch.
    So let’s keep our fingers crossed till it happens ….. :)
    Cheers!!

  349. Delfina Says:

    Yes I am still here.
    After I learned all the rules, and I also know my match is out there some where…,all I need now is to be able to know what to say and say it. I hate that dead silence too.
    Last night I was talking to this gentleman, who is a good match for me.., age, culture, ect. and I was so nervous talking about a bunch of silly things , all I remember is , him laughing at half the things I was saying, and they were not even funny. HELP!!!

  350. cynthia cogar Says:

    I am 51 my husband cheated on me recently and i need to relearn evrything from meeting men and how to talk to them. after 17 years of marriage you forget how to .

    thank you
    cynthia

  351. Aleksandra Says:

    well, first of all I’d love to have it!!!! :)
    Especially ’cause I live on the other part of the world (Serbia) so the chances for me getting it anywhere in our country are slim or none:0 As for my personal reason: I don’t seem to have a communication problem, I mean that’s what I’m sure people think about me. I easily start a conversation with people, and easily respond to it. But when I come close to somebody I would actually like to date-it seems like my mouth is opening and some strange words come out…they have the opposite or no meaning at all…and I think that most of the time the guy gets the impression I don’t like him, and go….that’s how wrong the words are or are just blah blah blah:)))
    well I guess I hope the book will teach me what are the right words to say and help me find a boyfriend at the age of 30:)))
    best regards from this part of the world:)
    Alex

  352. Maria Says:

    I am an Interpreter/Translator and I am an outstanding professional, but I suck socially; at the moment of meeting somebody, I get so nervous that I mix two languages in one sentence and then I have to explain what I have done and said, isn’t bad enough to open dialog? as to have to explain it? By then or I lost my conversation partner to be or I have him laughing so hard that I cannot understand him. I need help!

    Thanks,

    Maria

  353. Teresa Stout Says:

    I am a 53 year old woman. My 52 year old husband and I have been married 30 years and have had five wonderful children togehter. I love him very much, but a year ago he went on a trip to Mongolia and when he came home he told me he had fallen in love with his 29 year old Mongolian translator and wanted a divorse. I believe he is in a big time mid-life crisis. We are not divorced yet and we talk alot and get along well. I am trying to do everything I can to not burn any bridges and keep the door open for him to return to our marriage. I believe your new book is something I really need! Thank you. Sincerely, Teresa

  354. Khuram Says:

    Greetings!!!!!!

    I’ve simply had enough!!! I worry too much!! I know this book will help. I just know it! I dont believe it will, I know it will. Because when you believe you have doubts, I KNOW IT WILL!!

    Many thanks

  355. sher Says:

    cant waite, 4 this book.

  356. TJ Says:

    well….. if I could actually tell you why I NEED a copy of Conversation Chemistry, I wouldn’t need it :-) But I’m tongue-tied. Or finger-tied. As usual.

  357. Ivan Says:

    I could definitely get better at this ….

  358. Scott Wellman Says:

    I want a copy of ‘Conversation Chemistry’ to help put myself at ease when approaching and talking to women. With good conversation skills, I’ll have the confidence to search for and pick my own Miss Right out of the crowd. Those same skills will also help me keep her; women connect through deep and meaningful conversation and a ‘connected’ woman is a happy woman.

  359. Ben Denney Says:

    Hi and thank you for helping us all to communicate with one another!

    I love my wife dearly, and I’m pretty sure from what the interpreters tell me that it’s mutual. 23 years of marriage and 3 kids later, though, we STILL find ourselves talking past one another, missing important cues, hurting each other without meaning to do so, and especially NOT recognizing opportunities to build one another up and bring us closer together. Although we ARE from different planets, we share a strong love of each other and a desire to live -and LOVE- more fully as we grow older together, and though I don’t know how to say it in her language, I’m convinced that communication between us is the key to making that happen.

    I’m excited to read your book when it becomes available, and am hopeful that you can teach us a language that we BOTH can speak and understand.

    Thanks again!
    Ben

  360. Staci Williams Says:

    My husband of 22 years divorced me last year. A big part of our problem was communication, and I was always afraid to talk to him. Now that I am starting to think about dating again, I would really like some help in talking to men! Thank you so much!

  361. SANDRA Says:

    Hi !

    I would really like a copy of conversation chemistry i need pointers to set me in the right path i think i lost the love of my life due to not having a conversation that help him discover who i was as a person and to know more about him i just get nervous when i really like a person that i shy away please help hope to hear from u soon…
    take care…

    sandra

  362. Jeff Says:

    Mia and Amy,
    Why do I need the Conversation Chemistry book? Because for a literate guy I run into a brick wall when it comes to starting and maintaining a conversation with a new woman. I have absolutely no problem talking to people I know and I’m actually quite verbal, I just get the ‘ol ‘frog in the throat’ when attempting to initiate a converation with a stranger. Please son’t let me die the untimely death of good looking guy that could not start a conversation! Wouldn’t that look great on my headstone? No really, I am the perfect example of the guy that has hit a bump in the road and only you can help me……”Help me Mia and Amy..you’re my only hope!”
    Jeff

  363. Panther Says:

    I would really enjoy a copy of this book because naturally I am a woman who lacks the right words when I am nervous, caught off gaurd or talking to someone I am very much interested in. I always wanted to be able to flow with my words and interact in a conversation that leaves the other person more intrigued about me and wanting more. I feel this book would be a perfect opportunity for me to get it right. T

    Thank you so much for your consideration.
    Truly,
    Panther

  364. Sus Says:

    Once I had a conversation with a man at work that entranced him- I know this from his friend who told me. But, I’ve no idea what I said that drew him to come into my store once a week to see me! It lasted one month, until I started showing my interest…

  365. Becky Says:

    I’d love to have a copy of Conversation Chemistry. I am just beginning to date again after a divorce last year. I am a very outgoing and vivacious person, but I really talk too much! I’m terrific at empathy and listening, on the rare occasions that the other person can get a word in. I am looking forward to this new phase of my life but I feel like I have no idea what I’m doing. I am sure that your book would really help to build my confidence. Thanks very much!

  366. naomi nelson Says:

    Even though Iam educated and I am an accomplished woman of substance I still dont know what to say to them or keep a conversation going with them.

  367. Kelly Says:

    I talk to guys at work all the time, no problem. But when it comes to social conversations I’m at a loss for words after the initial interaction. I’m an engineer and hence analytical. When I start getting technical I also start losing the guy. I’ve been told I can be a little intimidating because I’m so smart. I NEED Conversation Chemistry so I can know what to talk about with a guy and how not to intimidate him!

  368. Sandra Steinmetz Says:

    Could use this as an aid in rebuilding my marital relationship

  369. Quin Says:

    Why do I want a copy of conversation chemistry? Easy. It’s because I’m sick of thinking how to start a conversation with guys! Beside wanting to be a confident woman who can flirt easily and have fun enjoying than be too serious everytime, I want to have fun, constant conversation with guys and everyone else. I want to be someone who everyone know as the gal who’s always the fun and can feel comfortable around with. That’s my goal and my aim now. I want people to enjoy around me too.

  370. Bev Says:

    I would love a copy of this book because the few paragraphs I read in your e-mail were fabulous. They really helped me get in touch with how I approach life.

  371. Kathy Says:

    I would like to learn how to coonverse as my ex fiance had gotten another woman pregnant while i was pregnant and didn’t tell me and my baby died and her baby lived and now he is living with her.

  372. ella Says:

    because i have never had a boyfriend before while everyone else around me does!

  373. Donna Marsh Says:

    I am madly in love with my husband, but he just doesn’t feel the same toward me anymore. I so wish we could just talk again, so we could see if we can work everything out or if we need to part. Whatever we decide, I just wish we could talk again.

  374. Alecia Turner Says:

    Why should I have a free copy of Conversation Chemistry because despite being excellent in the debate class and having 2 degrees behind my name, when it comes to really speaking my mind to my spouse, I become a blumbling idiot…can’t put words together, forget my train of thought and can’t make valid points…help!! And I NEED this book so that I know how to better communicate so that when we are arguing, I don’t become like the sad, shy 7 year old that is being scolded by her parents, but instead I can communicate effectively and rationally like mature adults do. It is sad, when we first started dating, we talked on the phone for hours because we lived 2 hours apart. Heck, our parents screamed when they saw the $400+ phone bills; when I am out of town, we (he) talk on the phone for hours but in the same house, communication stalls or I resort back to being 7!! Please help!!

  375. Tammy Says:

    I could really use the help right now. I am involved in a situation where I have been flirting with this guy and I can tell he is just as interested, but I am thinking I am going to have to be the one to break the ice in order to get things rolling, so some tips would be useful right now.

  376. James Says:

    I’ll admit that I’m not really good at starting a conversation and YET holding a conversation. I’m pretty comfortable being in my body but I just suck at talking. I’ve been an introvert for the majority of my life and I really want to gain the conversational skills that will help me cure all the weird silences that I’ve endure while having conversation with the girl that I really like or meeting new people. An example would be starting a conversation at the elevator. I find it amazing how more and more people just don’t talk and the elevator it feels like they are dying to get out of the elevator. I don’t want to get that feeling anymore and in dire of need for change. Thanks.

  377. saharnaz Says:

    dear friends i have just missed my dear boy friend that i have decided to marry him just because i did not know how should i communicate with him.what should i say to him?how to encourage him ?how to tell him my feeling and love!i do need your help and support.i am very deppressed right now.i have missed a lot of great boys in my life because i did not what to say? how to treat them and……….. i really do not know what should i do and need your help to be able to forget past and start from the begining with new chances.please help me with your free copy!
    yours saharnaz

  378. zianna Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy
    First of all, thanks for all the newsletters you send me; they’re really helpful; Why would I be excited to receive your book? Because I want to learn more about that blend of kindness, attraction, seduction,mixture of endorphins-may they be dopamine, prolactine or adrenaline, intelligence and joy coctail called love. Have a nice day, Zianna
    Thank you in advance!

  379. Diana Fontanez Says:

    Hi Mia. Congratulations on your book.

    I want a copy of the book because yesterday i was talking to my neighbor (we are attracted to eachother), and i wanted to tell him to come over my house to help me with a door (just to be around him because i could do this myself).

    I didnt say a thing! I froze! And i know he is dying to say something but its afraid just like i am. :)

    Thank you and congratulations again!

    Diana

  380. zianna Says:

    thank you

  381. Karr Says:

    I seem to be able to talk to anyone. I don’t have a problem conversing with a stranger… BUT when I get into a serious relationship for some reason we just can’t seem to communicate. It finally gets to the point where rather than talk to the person I am with and get such awful results, I simply keep my thoughts to myself.
    HELP!

  382. James Gerald Hahn Says:

    Something tells me that this is going to be really good and i would really love to get a copy!!

    Please!!

  383. lisa Says:

    She is quiet, baautiful intelligent and shy. She tries to get out of situations where she may have to make conversation with boys her age or almost anyone. She is like an ice princess, becaause she is endowed with such natural beauty, but appears aloof. Yet she is the kindest person around, loving, thoughtful and appreciative. She works tirelessly for humanatarian caauses, gets excellent grades (is a biology major)but she lacks the tools to flirt or make easy conversation…she need help. This is my lovely 19 year old daughter. I need the book for her.

  384. Jessica Velez Says:

    Hi Amy & Mia!

    Many times I’ve been guilty of being cynical and sarcastic in my responses. I think I’ve hurt people without intending to. I want to change the way I commumicate.

    Our lives are built of relationships on many levels, but sometimes we never get past the superficial levels. I’d like to learn how to communicate with people on a deeper level.

    I would very much appreciate a copy of your book!

    Thank You,
    Jessica Velez

  385. Rodolfo Says:

    I want a copy of this material because believe it or not, actually I´m 23 years old and i know nothing about talking to girls, specially pretty ones. I have a little self confidence but when I´m near a girl i don´t know what to say or do, that´s why i´d like a copy of Conversation Chemistry, i want to change this situation.

  386. Rodolfo Says:

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  387. T Says:

    because I adore Amy’s knowledge on this field and I wish I can have this book to read thru to the last page ;-)

  388. Susan Says:

    Mia and Amy,
    I have been married to a good man for 26 years. However it is becoming increassingly difficult to communicate effectively with him. I need to rethink how I’m trying to communicate with him and some new “tools” to get us over this rough spot and back on track.
    Thanks for all you do. Susan

  389. Joanie Says:

    I can talk with most people but sometimes I get stuck. I’ve noticed some men are more quiet or are hard to draw out. At least I think that’s it. I would rather it not be a struggle. I want to know if it’s me or is it them or is there simply no chemistry - even if I’m not particularly looking for that at the time. When do I stop trying to make converstaion and just chalk it up to ‘letting things be’ and not forced? I am really uncomfortable with awkwardness.
    Thanks very much. Joanie.

  390. mary smith Says:

    Hi, I have a problem talking to men when I was growing up my mom keep telling not to talk to men because they were not to be trusted, so the result is ..when I am with them I just can’t bring myself to talk..

  391. Nicole Valentine Says:

    I NEED a copy of “Conversation Chemistry”! I think this will SAVE MY MARRIAGE! My husband and I do not fight or argue. We only slowly grew apart because we work opposite shifts. I work M-F days and my husband works nights and weekends. We didn’t spend quality time with eachother — only family time with the kids when we had a chance. My husband told me about 3 months ago that he was no longer “in love” with me and wanted a divorce. In the last several weeks, he has started coming around and making small steps towards saving our marriage. My biggest issue now is that I have no idea what to say to him or how to talk to him!! As I said, we do not fight, instead our house is VERY quiet because we don’t know what to say to eachother. PLEASE HELP! We are so close to getting our marriage back on track but are stuck in this new phase!!!!

  392. Lisa Andersson Says:

    Hi,
    I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I freeze & get nervous when I have to talk to my husband who separated from me in late July 2007. Up to last week, Thursday, he told me on the cell that “we cannot go on like this” and I asked “what is going on like this” meant. He just told me that he had to meet me in 3 days time and he would say what he means. Needless to say, I was terrified. We met at the beach, he dressed in casual wear & me, in my beachwear. We sat and talked for 2 hours and nothing was accomplished. I didn’t say that I wanted him back and he never mentioned or even explained “what is going on like this” meant. I need Conversation Chemistry to get my husband back as I believe conversation and getting your point across in a loving manner will start to heal all relationships. Purposely intending to have good conversational chemistry will also reveal what the person(s) is really thinking and will have the person(s) know that you are really on “their side” and therefore your “arguments” & disagreements will be settled quicker & easier.

  393. James R Fulton Says:

    I think this is something that women want. The ability to connect with someone in a conversation that reaches into the levels of her mind that gives comfort and a feeling of being really understood. Women want men who can relate with their view points without the logistics of why. To have a man really get it and feel her thoughts without supplicating is the key to good communication. Care about what she says and present yourself as a fun loving spirit with a heart she has to know.

  394. john Says:

    Hi. I consider myself a natural when it comes to conversation, So naturally people will approach me and ask me for advice. Being in this position requires a lot of (correct) knowledge on the situation. Because I am a natural, I sometimes have a hard time explaining my insights on conversation or dating tips. I would like to KNOW what makes me a natural rather than try to understand how attraction works by myself. Which is what you have laid out in your ebook. Anyways, I just think it would be cool. There has been this one girl that has LTR potential that I need to speak with the next time I see her. This ebook just might give me that extra edge that I’m looking for. Thank you ahead of time, I love your e-mails

  395. Guadalupe Beristain Says:

    Basically, I am a quiet, reserved type of person and it is hard for me to even make small talk. I don’t seem to have a problem at work with talking, or conversing with men, but at dances or parties, I have a really hard time.

  396. Jan Says:

    I obviously need HELP! I’ve been seeing the same guy for a year now. Out of the blue he stopped calling. I was very confused, but refused to call him. This lasted 47 days, until he sent me an email that said “I owe you an explanation-in person” I replied with “Let me know when”. I didn’t want to go to his place, but after several suggestions where to meet, his place seemed to be the best option. He told me he had feelings for me like he hadn’t experienced since his ex-wife (He had cold feet). I asked him if he had any “encounters” during our time apart. He admited that he had, and I told him that I didn’t think I could sleep with him because I don’t take that lightly. He sadly understood, however, I wasn’t strong enough, and we made love that night. I KNOW he loves me, by his actions. The last time we were together, we just cuddled all night. He asked me if I was happy, and I told him there was no other place on earth I’d rather be at that momment. I didn’t hear from him for 17 days. I KNOW he is NOT a ‘player’ he is very honest IF & WHEN I ask him questions. I just don’t know how to communicate, to get him to open up. I am open & honest, he’s just honest. I need to know how to get him to open up to me. When we are with his friends, he acts as though I am made of ‘gold’, and the best thing since sliced bread. He makes me FEEL this way when we’re alone also. He just don’t TALK about his feelings to me, and I feel like he runs, when he feels we are getting to close. We have discussed how we just ‘clicked’ from Hello. We get each other on every other level…except talking about our feelings. I hope you can help. Respectfully, Jan

  397. shannon earnhart Says:

    I am a huge fan of everyone at ox3relationships. I believe I have ordered just about everything y’all have available!
    I am recently divorced and I have been researching like mad in an effort to intelligently and positively jumpstart my dating life.
    Y’all have become my new best friends! I don’t know what I would do without the advice of people like Mimi Tanner, Ginie Sayles, Paige Parker, Amy Waterman, Marie Forleo, Sue Edgecombe, Slade Shaw, Mia Summers, Christian Carter, and the entire writing staff at ooorelationships.com.
    Y’all have set me on a path of self-discovery and new found self-confidence.
    Thank you so much. I will be sure to purchase Conversation Chemistry.

  398. Sarah Harcourt Says:

    I am 48 years old and I have only every had two relationships in my life. One was a 25 year marriage and the other was a 3 year relationship that has just ended with a man whom I still love. I am a slim, attractive intelligent, financially independent woman with practically no skills or experience when it comes to the opposite sex. To look at me you would not believe it but it’s true! I grew up with a widowed mother and three sisters and the male of the the species are quite a mystery. Help!!

  399. Peter Says:

    I would love a copy of the book because I always feel like I don’t know what to say when I’m talking to my wife. I always try to say the ‘right’ thing and, many times, I’m not comfortable enough to say what I am really thinking or feeling. I think if my communication were improved, my marriage would improve along with it!!
    Thanks -

  400. kim Says:

    Dear Mia and Amy,
    I would love to win a copy of your book because I am at my ‘wits end’ on how to communicate with my husband without one or other of us being hurt by what is said. We alway end up making each other angry and I know there has to be a better way of going about this so I wrote you this poem.
    What did I say,
    What did I do,
    I only tried,
    to talk to you,
    One of us angry
    the other so sad
    where did it go
    the love that we had
    You walked out the door
    with not even a word
    silence like thunder
    was all that I heard.

  401. jane sanchez Says:

    Well, I am the single mom of two boys and two girls, 17-22, whom I have raised without help. I seem to communicate in business just fine. I seem to communicate well by phone. I really communicate well with the under 30 crowd–in fact, it feels like I know more under 30 than my own age–57. I look young, am active (snow ski alot and work out). But the “in person” must be my undoing since the second date has eluded me. Please help. I NEED a life!

  402. Aku Says:

    i know that there are a ton of people who are shy to talk to the opposite sex, but I have to admit that in my case, this is not the real problem. I am always delighted to have the opportunity to start a conversation, but my achilles heel has always been the content of conversation! Because I speak to new men every week, I am starting to feel like I have got into a rut (you know, overusing those tried and tested ice-breakers?) and as a result I struggle to keep my talk interesting past a couple of dates. It is not that I am a dull person; I have a ton to talk about, but not only need to know how to keep the conversation chemistry alive, but to put a new spin in how I communicate as well as what I communicate! For these reasons, I think that ‘conversation chemistry’ is the lifesaver I am looking for. Not only will it help boost my confidence but it will give those boys that lasting impression that is necessary to secure me a chance of that next date ;)

  403. Kimberlee Says:

    Why would I like a copy of “Conversation Chemistry”? I need help with starting conversations with men. I am a great gal but my first impressions are not at all like who I am. I have been working on improving this for years and have gotten better but still not where I would really like to be. I come across as too aggressive or as a man hater - NOT TRUE!!!! I love men! Many people get the wrong idea about me and as we all know, first impressions can be lasting. I think “Conversation Chemistry” just might be what I need.

  404. Leonard Rainey Says:

    I am 74 years old, Widow and starting to date again and I wanted to find out if your idears work on the older ladies as on your younger ones.

  405. Amal Al-Khoury Hanna Says:

    I always find difficulty in speaking with others especially men. In most cases nothing is there in my mind when i am sitting with those i know for the first time.

    I would be very thankful if u could help me and send me a copy of the conversation chemistry.

    Thank you in advance.

  406. Brian Says:

    Dear Amy & Mia,
    Hey. Before I begin telling you why I deserve the “Conversation Chemistry” book, allow to give a brief background information about myself. I have been gaining a lot of knowledge about the PUA community and I regret not having learned this earlier. If I had learned this freshman year of high school I may have been better with a lot of girls but most importantly enjoyed my life. What I have realized is that pick-up is not all about girls. It really is about how fun a person is. I have heard Amy Waterman with James Brito in a lot of the audios. What I learned through them is to first be adventurous for yourself and then women will want to be apart of that. One’s happiness attracts people and I believe that is what Amy Waterman was trying to tell the public. The other main thing I learned was that a woman is an addition to an already purpose-filled life as told by Carlos Xuma. The problem is that I have never really been happy because I was always a loner. I hated associating myself with people because of rejection. Once I gained the confidence that I lacked, life began to get better. This journey began sophomore year and has lead me to where I am today.
    Right now I’m a senior in high school and in a problem. I have started talking to more girls this year than all the previous years combined. I just say what is on mind because it really does not matter what a guy says to girl, it is how a guy says it. Most of the time I say something funny and unique that she probably has never heard before. I have taken two girls out this year but I always arrive at the same problem, what do I talk about? I try to avoid work, school, and how hard life is. I can never get the ball going through conversation. I do not have a lot of interesting stories. I’m always stuck at this point because this is where the date starts to fade, long silences occur, and she begins to think that I am boring. The e-book will definitely help me become a better talker so to speak and especially with me going to college where I will be meeting people non-stop. In all, the book will help me achive the last level that I have lacked. With the tools of conversation in my hand I will be able to have fun and enjoy dates without getting nervous about what to say. Most importantly I will arrive at the happiness that I have always wanted. Thank you for your time.

    From,
    Bryan M.

  407. johnny Says:

    i am truly fascinated by the female species!!!i enjoy speaking to and meeting new women on a daily basis.all women are different and i believe different approaches are needed for all the different types of women[older,younger,aggressive, submissive,sucessful,students,etc.,etc.]ive been very sucessful with women,but i do believe there is so much i dont know that maybe your book could show me.if this is true,please choose me to recieve a copy of your new book !!! thanking you in advance, johnny

  408. Sue Says:

    I would be thrilled to receive a copy of Conversation Chemistry! I’ve invested over thirty years into my marriage yet I realize I’m nowhere near having all the answers. I believe in the importance of continually striving to improve my relationship with my husband especially in the area of communication. I would value the opportunity to gain expert insight into effective ways of talking to the opposite sex!

  409. victor volkoff Says:

    I just don’t know what it is, but after 24 years of marriage we haven’t mastered our communiction because we end up in an argument most of the time, so the end result is we dont talk to each other anymore.

  410. Laura Says:

    I find, like many women, that writing comes quite naturally. I can compose profiles that nearly melt a man’s heart, as indicated by all the quality men overflowing my inbox. We email back and forth, even talk on the phone, but in person I blow it. All the creative genius that composed those beautiful emails flies out the window. I’m sure my body language screams “I am scared half out of my wits!” My mouth gets dry, my voice cracks. When faced with the reality of a man in my immediate proximity, this confident, passionate writer suddenly becomes a quiverring mass of gelatin. Yes, I do, indeed, need a lot of help in the area of face-to-face conversation, before I chase off ALL these beautiful men that love what I have to say, WHEN I can actually say it.

  411. Cindy Says:

    I cannot tell you how long i have been looking for someting like this. i have only been married 2 years and the communication and romance in our marriage has gone out the widow. Its amazing how when you first date someone you can talk for hours about everything and anything with no hesitation, but as time goes by you look at each other with blank stares, aren’t the lines of communication suppose to get easier once you are married?

  412. Johanna Says:

    I would like to win a copy of Conversation Chemistry, because sometimes my speech is not supportive of the incredibly amazing woman I know I am.

    Thank you for the opportunity.

  413. jason Says:

    My wife and I are on the brink of disaster. We are currently separated and going in a downward spiral fast. The one thing we both agree on is we got here by lack of communication. The problem is I am willing to work on the relationship to keep our family together, and she says she is 85% sure she is done. I would love to take the odds and become a better communicator and hope that she follow suit. Everything I say now is fruitless and only makes things worse no matter how sincere. Please help!!–Jason

  414. Jenny Says:

    The last time a guy I really liked called me, I was so nervous I was literally shaking like a leaf. My teeth were practically chattering. Sad, but true. I’m just not a very good conversationalist. Maybe I just need more practice and the help of your book! Thanks ladies!!

  415. Hilda Ponce Says:

    I would LOVE to have a copy of Conversation Chemistry because My Beloved and I are getting married in 52 days, and it is a commitment we are making till death do us part (for real though) in which were are impossibly inseparable like mashed potatoes. Surely God didn’t just put us together for our own desires, but we desire to be together to some day help other couples achieve a relationship that’s like heaven on earth, and to do that, I believe we must be skilled at having many conversations from our souls. So in sending me a copy, you’d be helping millions more. Thank you for your dedication.

  416. Linda Says:

    Mia,
    I’m 57 and have been out of the “loop” for a long time. I’m single again, suddenly, and I’m lost. I’m slow on the uptake when anyone says something to me that requires a response - I think of the response much later, when it’s too late. No cutsey stuff here, just “duh.” I don’t want to say that I’m desperate for help, “but I’m desperate for help.”
    Please help.
    Thanks,

    Linda

  417. Hilda Ponce Says:

    I would LOVE to have a copy of Conversation Chemistry because My Beloved and I are getting married in 52 days, and it is a commitment we are making till death do us part (for real though) in which were are impossibly inseparable like mashed potatoes. Surely God didn’t just put us together for our own desires, but we desire to be together to some day help other couples achieve a relationship that’s like heaven on earth, and to do that, I believe we must be skilled at having many conversations from our souls. So in sending me a copy, you’d be helping millions more. Thank you for your dedication.

  418. Daniela Padilla Says:

    Hi, I was glad that I checked my mail today to discover such a great offer to help me to better communicate and attract men and have a happy and healthy relationship with the next man who will come into my life. I’m hoping if I’m one of the five winners that I learn as much as possible to not repeat my past mistakes with men and attract only the man that I want and deserve.I also know that if you want to improve relationships in your live , you have to learn about yourself a lot in order to better your relationships with others.Therefore it would be not only helpful for me with men but also to learn about myself.

  419. Hilda Ponce Says:

    I’m not sure why it’s not submitting. All I can say is God bless you all.

  420. Noel Says:

    At this point of my life I am trying everything that has ant chance of finding and keeping the best man for me!

  421. Ada Says:

    First of all I would like to thanks you for the daily advices.

    A little bit about me: I’m 39 years old lady, a successful engineer, but not able to maintain attraction with the man I like.

    I’m interested in the “Conversation Chemistry” because I am pretty confident on the phone with the opposite sex. The guys are really interested, but when I meet in person, I find myself a totally different person. I hardly find what to talk about and get embarrassed easily.

    Sincerely,
    Ada

  422. Chris Says:

    I’d like a copy because I’m almost 40 now and I’ve never known how to talk to women. In the last 20 years I’ve had only a couple of meaningful relationships, and nothing in the last 10 years. I watch guys who are successful with women and how easy it looks, but I can’t seem to be that guy. I’m not really good at bullsh**ing anybody and I’m very direct if I like someone. This usually results in women running the other way. unfortunately, women like to be romanced and not have Herman Munster for a conversation counterpart. :-) I can have great conversations with just about anyone; but if I’m remotely attracted to the person, it goes out the window. Theres a girl I really liked for the last couple of years and she stopped writing emails recently because I don’t know how to communicate with her and make her feel comfortable with me. I don’t know where the line is between confidence and pushing too hard in conversation is the problem. There have been times when I stumbled upon some question that really intrigued her and if I could have kept it going, I know things wouldn’t have wound up where they did. We’d have gotten to know each other, which is what I wanted. I have alot of love to offer, loyalty, and I’ve never been into one-night-stands… even if I could have them, who needs the heartache when you want a special bond with someone? The problem is that I’ve never been able to spark this “conversation chemistry” you’re speaking of. How can you get anywhere if you can’t even get your foot in the door? You want to know WHY you should give me a free copy of your book? It would be a good experiment for you because, honestly, if it helps me, it’ll help anyone; and thats the simple truth… no BS! Thanks! :-)

  423. Ash Says:

    I’m a 37 year old woman who has been divorced for over 10 years. I’m really good at speaking with everyone when there’s nothing romantic at stake. When it comes to my job, my friends, politics, religion etc… I have plenty to say and quite eloquently for the most part. However, I have a tremendous (more than a) crush on a good friend of mine. And, for the life of me I can’t stop turning into a blathering idiot when left to my own devices.
    Having a copy of this book might just help me “get a life” so my pre-teen daughter says, if it will help me create a little conversation chemistry.
    Yours sincerely and for consideration…Ash

  424. John Murphy Says:

    I would love a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I would love to my love to God by loving my wife to be just as he loves her, and because all I really desire is to be the man God wants me to be to her. If I can have someone teach me exactly what I ought to do, my heart is willing, and my feet are ready to walk in the way that will show how much I love my soon to be wife, that I love her more than my own life.

  425. Alvoro Says:

    I want a copy of Comversation Chemistry because, I want to unleash the words languishing in my heart. I want to make myself and others feel the intent, power and meaning of my words. I want to communicate effectively, emotionally, ideally and any other lly that brings me closer to my goal of finding the woman that’s waiting for me. The one I’ve been waiting for, the one I can talk to for hours, kiss for days, love for a lifetime. She’s waiting, and so am I.

  426. madiha Says:

    My ex husband was my first and last love, he really broke my confidence. He said I would never be able to get any guy after him and they wouldn’t look at me twice, still haven’t. I have found it very difficult to trust men after that and I suppose that the guys i meet can see my nervousness shining through and I act like a loser and cant even speak. How do others do it? If you got the answer please send it to me

  427. Henry Onukwuba Says:

    I want a copy because I feel I am a very pretty person but I am SCARED of the opposite sex. When I am with one, I feel like my brain has gone blank, I just end up smiling sheepishly. I guess afterwards I will be a subject of mockery. I need more confidence and self-assurrance.

  428. Michael Says:

    Dear Mia, Amy! (Not in any order!)
    Ladies. Gosh, I Know Where to Start as to Why I need this!
    I’m 42 years. (Young) Ha! I Own a Business. Which keeps me very busy. However it is SO! Very Hard to meet Anyone, I feel these days, (With the Heart Desire of Romance, needless to even Think about LOVE!
    I have been Singel now 12 Years. YES! 12, Twelve VERY LONG YEARS! If thiat is not reason enough! Lets move on to the Other reasons. I admit when it comes to this matter I am NOW Shy! My tough gets all Leather like, My mind is Thinking 10,000 miles per hour. Yet my Mouth is in Reverse!
    I know in my Heart I am a Good Man! Person! Yet I have this deep feeling inside, All People care about is HOw big your Bank Account is!
    Mine is not all that Big!(Where talking about Bank Account Ladies!) Ha! Ha!
    Yet, I just can’t seem to get myself to the point of Asking, Even really talking to an Attractive Lady even at the Store!
    If there is ANYONE MAN on the Planet that needs Help. Wow! it is I, (Me, myself and EVERYBIT of me) I know! I am in fear of rejection.
    I Guess All I can do is hope and pray you’ll pick me, and it WORKS!
    Yet Truth is if someone Else is in More need! PLEASE! by all means pick them. I am not saying my life is BAD by any means! Just Loanly!
    Bless you in all that comes your Way!
    Till Then, Mike

  429. Matt Says:

    I would love a copy of this book to avoid the more dull moments with women in the future! help!

  430. Julia Li Says:

    Two years ago I met the man of my dreams; we have been dating for a year now. He is smart, funny, kind, good looking and wealthy to boot. While I feel like the luckiest girl in the world, our communication, while not bad, could always be better. I have already read Seduction Genie, Women Men Adore, and others…while all of these publications have been helpful, a girl can never be to educated on how to effectively deal with men.

  431. Lori Stewart Says:

    My husband and I seperated for 8 months. We are back together, trying to work things out. I feel this could be beneficial to us. Thanks

  432. sandra Says:

    ive been writing to a man for almost a year now ive never met him or spoken to him and im going to meet him in a months time im worried about how the conversation will go i dont want it dry up thanks sandra

  433. Lori Stewart Says:

    Thanks

  434. sandra Says:

    ive been writing to a man for almost a year now ive never met him or spoken to him but im going to meet him in a months time im worried tha t the conversation miight dry up thanks sandra

  435. Isa Says:

    I am usually comfortable talking with guy friends but when it comes to guys I like, it scares the hell out of me. It’s like I just freeze! I try to smile and just hope he walks away or I walk away. I am scared to start a conversation because it might bring me to the friends only zone, and I don’t want that. I want to be something more. I want to be someone he will think of going out with or better yet, be someone he will think of as having a relationship with… if only i knew what the right words to say…

  436. daniel Says:

    ah.ah,ah,ah.ah,ah,

  437. Lee Says:

    I just want to win my wife’s heart back.

  438. Pat Says:

    I have a dream to one day be able to figure out the mystery behind social dynamics between the opposite sex…why are some guys clueless and why are some guys naturally talented at this game? everyday i meet tens of people…strangers … just to get different perspectives on this world… i devote my life to understanding humanity and the underlying principles which govern social interaction… this is why i live… to communicate my love to the human race.. and to spread the message that it is possible to live a happy life full of love for others..

  439. jane Kelly Says:

    I want the chance to make the most of the prescious times we have to talk alone together in our very busy lives. I want to learn how to avoid making my less talkative spouse clam up because I get carried away by the sound of my own voice. I’d like to know how to make him feel comfortable and relaxed when talking to me. I want to feel confident that the words I use mean the same to both of us so we avoid ‘missed understandings’. Most of all I want to understand my husband better and be able to communicate with him in a way that will increase the understanding we have between us.

  440. Liyah Says:

    i am a female who in her mid-twenties has no problems communicating in writing, heck, I even do it for a living. But that is where my life seems to start and stop, at work. I put it down to personality, even genetics..that my lack of confidence, that seems to be restricted to the opposite sex, has prevented me all these years from even forming 1 type of significant relationship. i have lots of girlfriends , with whom I can share things with, thank goodnes, but how on earth do I talk to a guy that wont have him thinking..nah, can’t be othered with this one…hypnotherapy…didn’t work…but somewhere deep inside..I hope I can change the way my communication is…I just need something to help lead me in a new direction….I’m hoping this book could be it! please give me a copy so that I can make positive changes in that area of my life..Im ready and willing to try something new!

  441. Rosemary Says:

    I tend to freeze when I meet someone for the first time and then we go through this long silence and I can’t find the words to say. I later find out that that was the last first and last time we saw each other.

  442. Carrie Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry to help me speak “guy language” better when talking or flirting with someone I really like. The guy I really care for doesn’t seem to “get it” and says I “confuse him”. He confuses me too!!

    Thank you,
    ~Carrie

  443. Kerry Says:

    Mia,
    I am a confident man and don’t have a problem meeting women but I have a problem approaching women that I want to get to know better.
    I think they could be potential partners but my self-esteem will fade and I don’t always know what to say.
    Then there are times I fear that I might say the wrong thing and I end up saying nothing.
    I tend to over think things and by that time, the moment to approach is gone.
    Then there are times when I’m witty and humorous that things go much better. That’s usually when I don’t think there is anything for me to loose.
    I need to work on my conversation skills, a good coach, better techniques, more confidence and a refined style … help!
    Kerry

  444. Queenie Says:

    I can always think of snappy lines and interesting quips AFTER I have left a conversation. It seems to be easier to be charming with someone I’m not interested in - I feel like a bumbler when talking to someone who catches my eye.

  445. Gerrye Says:

    Don’t laugh! Have always been single - will turn 75 in March [NOBODY believes it], never wanted to ‘compete’ with what was out there, so have just sat back. Am enjoying all the columns on Relationships (Mimi’s, Bob Grant’s, Christian Carters, etc) and have decided to rejoin the human race. SO, I need all the best information I can get! Many thanks. Am anticipating one of the copies of your book! Gerrye

  446. Ria Says:

    First off, thanks Amy and Mia..whether or not I win a copy, this is a wonderful opporotunity in itself and it is very thoughtful of you both.
    Coming to whether I deserve a free copy of the first 6..well..I’m not sure how possiblly I cud get picked out of a million…:) But I do believe in GODS ‘divine favor’(at the risk of sounding sentimental). The topic is extremely intriguing and deals with a critical relationship issues too. And comes right on time! There is this guy that I had a huge thing for during my college days but he didn’t seem interested then..I moved on and we lost touch for like 2 years.And now..much to my surprise, he’s looked me up on one of the online social networking services and I seem to be enjoying a lot of attention from him all of a sudden..:) We are going to meet soon and it is going to be our first date ever. I’m a bit nervous as..though I liked him on the outside (he seemed a very interesting man from a distance), I’m feel we are two different people. Which is why getting my hands on this book will be such a blessing..lest those uncomy long silences that you talked about creep in on our first date.
    Well..that’s all I can say..:) I only hope you make me one of your six…:)))

  447. Jean Tierney Says:

    I would like a free copy of Conversation Chemistry because even though I’ve been married for 38 years and am still finding that even after much research on this very subject….I’m still having to deal with a defensive position taken against me when I try to give constructive correction in situations. I’m usually met with a response of either being given the s”ilent treatment”, or being walked away from, which means they think I’m rejecting them not just their ideas. I’m hoping that the book Conversation Chemistry will show me how to master this problem so I don’t feel like I have to either hesitate to bring up the way I see things in a difficult situation or decide to resign myself from even bringing up the way I see things because I know those ideas I have will be rejected. Recently, I’ve been just expressing myself gently but confidently taking the risk of being rejected myself but telling myself that it’s better than holding in information that could avoid very wrong mistakes being made in a situation. Also, deciding that I’ll live with the consequences rather than feel I have to keep silent, and be free to express myself.
    Thanks for hearing me out. I would very much like to receive a free copy of your book.

  448. Gerrye Says:

    What do you mean by ‘moderation?’ Is it too long??? Please explain. Thanks! Gerrye

  449. jojo Says:

    I’ve just leaved my country ( IRAN ) and traveled to canada.
    I am trying to improve my relationship with guys here but i’ve failed everytime.
    I need help because I not speak English well and don’t know what to say.
    help me.

  450. denise Says:

    Hi
    I need this book because I am having ttouble talking to my husband about issues with our son! He continually thinks he needs to “fix” the problem, instead of just listening and sharing ideas! Is this just a “guy” thing, or is he trying to save me pain? I get more frustrated with our inability to communicate than I do with my son’s issues!
    thanks for listening,
    Denise

  451. DeAnn Says:

    Hi Amy and Mia! Please consider picking me for your hot copy of your new book! I am a divorced 46 year old woman who is able to get one or two dates quite easily. But….by the 3rd date I seem to run out of things to say or I fumble around for questions to ask and usually end up asking the wrong kinds of questions. It seems that men just don’t like some of the questions I ask since they seem to be tongue tied after that. I need your help! I am a very warm, friendly woman who just needs some new direction! THank you so much! DeAnn

  452. mary Says:

    LOVE,such a complicated felings
    You never know, how you should dealing…
    One day you feel ,you can fly…
    The other day - you just ready to die…
    Who will understand,what does it mean “LOVE”?
    If you never do,-you should now.
    You have to learn on your own
    You have to change your posture ,smile and your tone…
    You have to open doors to someone
    And don’t give up , untill it’s done…..
    …………………………………..
    I really ,really would appriciate your gift,because this is what I just need in my life ….I don’t want to lose my love…And I want a say Thank you so much you already taught me a lot….and I really apriciate what you doing.

  453. Denise Says:

    I need to learn how to start a conversation with my spouse about important issues that pertain to our marriage. For example going through menopause and the effects that it has on our relationship.

  454. Neva Says:

    Dear Mia, It is amazing that I received this email TODAY! After my 40 minute conversation with my boyfriend of the past 15 months last night, I could only think of how FLAT the conversation was and how He could not wait to hang up. It seems like he makes his nightly call out of obligation- NOT because he really wants to. I was actually sitting here this morning trying to think of ways to be more interesting and engaging. ANYTHING from jokes to stories to keep him interested in talking to me! I feel like I have become so needy and insecure that I have lost my edge in this relationship! I really need help with this! I look forward to your emails.
    Thank You
    Neva

  455. Vna Says:

    I would like to know that what do you have for the women who are highly educated, but find difficult to converse with a man who is more qualified. I never faced such awkward situation, but a long-distance relationship could may also be a factor. I would like to know what attracts a man while talking to him on phone if you are very far away from him!How to hold his interest in you? What is “converstaion chemistry”?
    Thanks
    Vna

  456. Annie Says:

    I’m excited to see what you have to offer.
    I’m a little older. ;-) and rejoining the dating world after being away from it after years of marriage.
    Being just a tad rusty in the language of dating, and not having done such a hot job at communication in marriage, I look forward to what you can teach an old dame.

  457. angela Says:

    oh i would love a copy of this book lol i am in need of help with the convo side of things the thought of goin on a date and having to actually have a conversation with some one and tell them about myself scares the life out of me lol am hopeless at it …am 35 yrs old and as shy as they come lol i go red in the face if someone just looks in my direction never mind start up a conversation with me im a member of a date site and have lots of nice friendly guys asking me out but im too scared to meet them cos i know i won’t be able to talk to them..please pick meeeeee :) i need all the help i can get lol

  458. K - England Says:

    I don’t have a problem going up to a girl and saying hi and getting a mirror ‘hi’ back but after that I am stuck for something to say, my mind goes blank - it is particularly bad in a bar situation, its not so bad if I am in a shop but even then I revert to ‘weather talk’. I really need something to help me get the conversation going naturally and preferably about interesting topics or to get her to want to initiate a conversation. This is an area that really bothers me.

  459. Delores S. Says:

    I am a divorced 44-year-old mother of 2 teens. After a 13 year marriage, getting back in the dating game can be quite difficult. I work 2 jobs and go to school and do date a little here and there. However, when I meet new men that I am interested in, I get tongue-tied. I can flirt with the best of them until I know there is a mutual attraction. Then I just don’t know what to say and get shy and feel like a 16 year old teen again. HELP.

  460. ron Says:

    I believe that I am a good choice because me and my wife have been married 6 years and have only spend total together in the same home 4 months. We really love each other, but I am sure on how to talk to her. I am not sure on the ways to do this and that leaves her mad at me and we are always fighting. We have NEVER been together without yelling and screaming and we have 2 children together. I would like to give my children both her and me but with all the screaming and fighting I just stay away. I do not want to “hurt” them and cause issues in them, so I just leave. I have only had some weeks with my children in the last 6 years because of the screaming and fighting and I miss my wife and kids.
    I really need help to understand you, so that I can show her that I DO LOVE her and the children.
    Thank you

  461. Natasha Vlepaki Says:

    I really need a copy of your book because Ive always “lost” the battle of talking to men.Im very goodlooking but I always come accross as overtly anxious or needy which is not what I wish. The book is necessary for me for two reasons.First of all, I recently broke up with my boyfriend.We were dating for six months and he suddently told me that he knew I wasnt the one from the first time I spoke to him.In his words I lacked confidence and he needed a playfull,confident woman.The second reason is that Im currently working in a male dominated environment (the army).Im surrounded by elligible men and I still havent landed a single date due to the way I start conversations.Im 29 years old and I think its about time I learned how to!

  462. ron Says:

    thank you

  463. David Says:

    I deserve to get a copy of Conversation Chemistry!! I live all the way in Guyana (South America) and ensure that I take time the time to read or listen to all information afforded to me by James Brito, Amy Waterman and any other source through their emails and newsletters on the website http://www.000relationships.com/towomen. In addition, I apply all information provided and yield great successes which makes me a good student and the providers good teachers/guides. This makes me all the more confident that I WILL be chosen to receive a free copy of Conversation Chemistry. I thank you for your generosity. Have a good day!

  464. v Says:

    wow

  465. Bhritta O'Neill Says:

    there is the survivor and the victor, the heart and the head and the reality check….I want to again be seen with his eyes fully focused and his ears listening keenly with his own desires and concerns with a mutual intent for forward progress. And all is well received, encouraged, connecting with out hesitation, shared so openly with full regard for each other. No worries of over analyzing, worry of being to exposed or vulnerable…..That in these shared tender moments each one is safe, protected. Being able to risk those unvoiced feared places…trusting your head and your heart because we need them both!!! With the idea that everybody wins…no settling…just excepted as gifted lessons…growth places that need extra support…is why I am hoping on being selected.

  466. Paula F. Chamoin Says:

    Dear Mia,

    I’m very insterested on your book because my marriage is passing trough a hard situation, where my husband is living overseas, I think that he’s having an affair overthere and is very hard to communicate with him. Everytime that he’s coming back home he finds and excuse to delay his return, so I really need the tools to be able to keep a good communication with him and be attrative for him.

  467. deneen Says:

    I’ve dated 3 times in the paast 13yrs. After my husband died, I stayed home to raise my daughter. Know I found myself out in the working enviroment with a bunch of good looking men. I feel a bit strange.

  468. Paula F. Chamoin Says:

    Dear Mia,

    I’m very insterested on your book because my marriage is passing trough a hard situation, where my husband is living overseas, I think that he’s having an affair overthere and is very hard to communicate with him. Everytime that he’s coming back home he finds and excuse to delay his return, so I really need the tools to be able to keep a good communication with him and be attrative for him.

  469. JoAnn Says:

    Sounds like a great book. I would love to learn to to improve my communication with men. Around men that are friends.no problem, but if they are potential “love interest”..EEEKKK!!!!I freeze or talk too much, feels out of control and the old insecurities come back. You know the little voices in your ear.

  470. Willy Tan Hwee Says:

    Well, there is no secret that we men are always curious to know how to strike up a decent conversation with the opposite sex. There is no exception even for a ladies man like me. Normally and usually I am quite lucky or should I say “gutsy” to approach the ones that I fancy but to carry on a proper conversation requires a lot of effort. This book I hope could be the “holy grail” to the human barrier.

  471. dar Says:

    I have purchased several marriage saving resources, and after two years of diligently applying the recommendations, I feel like my progrss has plateaued. I say the right words, and I get better responses from my estranged husband than I did before, but something is missing. Our progess towards reconciliation has become stagnant. Amy is the only email I am still subscribed to, and I would be excited to learn about Conversation Chemistry and to have tho opportunity to apply this information, to bring me to the next level. There’s a lot more to communication than just “words”.

  472. Danny Says:

    I’m considered a good looking guy who should have an advantage over alot of the average looking guys out there,however I’ve always struggled during conversations with woman especially over the long haul.I just lost a girlfriend due to my inability to keep her interest and am getting very discouraged with myself.I know how much better I could do if I learn to apply myself better.

  473. Roy Says:

    This 49 year old childless never-been-married ‘nice guy’ . .

    This Christian was born on December third, 1958. I am not

    anxious to celibrate my 50th birthday, in a few months,

    alone. I’ve seen too many marriages & divorces among my

    siblings(& now my parents.) . . I am sure that this family

    has not been taught how to communicate. Roy

  474. essie Says:

    I feel communication and chemistry is very important…its a scientific approach and is the rule to attraction. Attraction might start from the outside…but then it either disappears when one utters even one single word…or develops strongly. Its what makes a woman sexy or not..what makes a woman more desired, or a turn off.
    Would like to grab a copy as, though i am very confident…at certain stages i am not…especially when you either know the person so well..or used to know him, haven’t seen him for a long time…and you end up at the same club / bar (like for example, an ex lover) I really would love to know how to get that chemistry flowing again…its interesting. Thanks!

  475. Dawn Dubelbeis Says:

    Wow, what a great concept. I would like to receive a copy of this book because for the most part I am shy, especially around men. Once I KNOW someone, then I’m a complete extrovert. But getting there is usually the battle. I would really like the support of the confidence to know I have more in my bag of tricks than just asking, “How’s your zuchinni?” Receiving a copy of this book will help me with that. Being 39 and still going on a date feeling clumsy and awkward because of lack of things to talk about is embarrassing at best. Confidence, confidence, confidence is why I want this book. Thanks! Dawn :)

  476. M.t Says:

    I want a copy of the book because i think that due to different approaches to conversations people clash sometimes no matter how compatible they are. we were all brought up in different ways and therefore we percieve the world differently, so i’m sure this book can help to overcome such problems

  477. Eva Zetkova Says:

    Why am I the one who should get one of the copies? I like this question, since there is no RIGHT answer.
    My answer is quite simple - because I’m interested. In my opinion, men are essential part of life. I don’t have much good experiences, because I’ve always taken the wrong path while dealing with them. However, I feel like changing it. Your previous course has helped me a lot and that’s why I think the book can do something even more for me.
    Another reason - English is not my native language (so please, excuse my eventual mistakes) and it means that by reading this book I’ll improve my English skills. That’s 2 in 1, isn’t it? :o)

  478. Susan Kurzhals Says:

    I would love a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I feel like I am really lacking fundamental skills on how to initiate and maintain conversation with the opposite sex. I have been called an ice maiden many times because I am so nervous and unconfident I try and hide it by being aloof and acting like a snob. I am desperate to start another relationship after being single for 4 years and I really don’t think I can do it without help. I think Conversation Chemistry will give me the skills I need.

  479. Kerem Says:

    I want it and I’ll have it anyway.
    I’m the guy who gets what he wants!

    Anyway, when I met that special women, I must be able to communicate so I’m getting all the information available.
    Masters do the jobs best.
    And you may just turn up the masters for this one.
    Are you?

  480. Sam Says:

    I REALLY NEED THIS BOOK,IM 30 AND HAVENT BEEN OUT WITH A GIRL IN ABOUT 10 YEARS, I GET REALLY SHY AN NERVOUS WHEN I TRY AND TALK TO GIRLS. I THINK THIS BOOK COULD BE THE ANSWER TO MY PRAYERS I hope

  481. Paul Rose Says:

    I am hoping to get a free copy of your book because it has been 9 weeks today since I’ve had a meaningful conversation with my wife. Somehow, I managed to upset her so badly that she cannot even bear to talk to me right now, except via e-mail. The last full conversation we had was a month ago when she asked me for a divorce. I am currently in counseling, but she refuses to go. I am desperate to find some way of communicating with her and work towards a reconciliation. Thanks for your consideration.

  482. Diane Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I want to save my marriage. We have had a communication breakdown that has been going on for too long and we need something to help us. Everytime I try to talk to my husband about our marriage I somehow say the wrong thing or say it in the wrong way. His defenses go up and we have an argument or the silent treatment for days. We are pretty close to separating, but have been trying to work things out for the sake of our child. I know that if we could break through this barrier, we can save our marriage. Thank you for your consideration.

  483. Keith Says:

    I was very shy, especially around girls while growing up. Upon hindsight, I realize I had no confidence since I didn’t feel good about myself. I remained this way until the woman who was to be my wife initiated contact and I gradually warmed up to interacting with the opposite sex. My wife is the only woman with whom I have had an intimate relationship. She recently passed away and now I find myself on my own again. Even while I have more self-confidence, I have no experience in how to gracefully interact with women I am attracted to. That is why I desire a copy of “Conversation Chemistry”.

    Thank you.

    Keith

  484. Keith Says:

    I need a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I have a low conversation chemistry, nearly zero…

  485. Keith Says:

    I need a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I have a low conversation chemistry, it’s nearly zero…

  486. Luz Hornig Says:

    Hi Mia,

    I’m so excited about reading your Conversation Chemistry book! I think this book will help me a lot in talking to the opposite sex. I’ve been divorced recently after 18 years of marriage, and i don’t know how to start to go about dating because i don’t know how to converse to this men if someone would ask me for a date. Also, i was born and raised in the Philippines and so i don’t have any idea how Americans go about dating and conversing. I’m 42 years old with a 10 years old daugther. My husband lift me for a 21 years old girl in Peru. He then moved to Peru to be with the young girls.
    So, i hope i would have a chance to read your book!

    Have a nice day and GOD BLESS!

    Luz

  487. Msrie Says:

    We have been married for 35 years and we have not been able to communicate very well. We talk superficially all the time but if there is a serious conversation between us it turns into a win lose situation. My husband always becomes the martyr. I could be talking about the kind of day I’ve had, just needing to talk, it doesn’t matter what we are talking about we end in anger. Consequently, we don’t talk. I hate superficial stuff so I won’t engage in it and he hates serious stuff so, we just don’t talk. Maybe the book can help.

  488. mayada yousry ahmed Says:

    i want it because i have aproblem during conversation with men because im very shy so please help me i want to marry im 30 y old

  489. Debbie Says:

    I would love getting a free copy of Conversation Chemistry because it would help me to talk to a man through his perception of a conversation rather than mine, which is what all women need to learn in order to have a successful relationship with the opposite sex.

  490. rhonda maher Says:

    I have a marriage worth saving - I have worked hard using the tips from Save My Marriage Today - I have certainly made gains, but not quite there and would greatly appreciate the opportunity to put the icing on the cake. My husband acknowledges the progress and is encouraging - from the information provided about the book, this is what I am looking for. Thank you also Amy for your wonderful insight and help.

  491. margaret adams Says:

    i would like some conversation tips; i am a bit shy and worry that i will say the wrong thing; even so i work hard at making conversation

  492. Sara Says:

    I am so close to my goal (win his heart) that I don’t want to ruin it all by saying the wrong things.So PLEASE I need your precious advice that had always helped me (we got back together after we split thanks to you!!)

    kisses

    Sara

  493. Amelia Says:

    I don’t believe I need this book. I know how to talk to men, I talk to them as if I were talking to a woman. Making jokes, being honest, saying whatever is on my mind.Being sarcastic..Especially that is my favourite one. I can be sarcastic with everything because it’s funny! For me at least. Don’t know what the men are thinking but they must it find funny too, won’t they? They are laughing that’s for sure. Unless if they are laughing out of politeness? But they wouldn’t do that, they are not polite! Are they? Then again it’s not that it’s often a conversation with a man to end up in a date but that doesn’t mean that I don’t know how to speak to them- does it? Ouf…life is hard. But it can’t be me, I think it’s them! They are overwhelmed with my easy going attitude. Yes it is their fault, they cannot see through me, I am not doing anything wrong. Am I? No I can’t be..Ok, it may be a good idea to read your book now please? For info only. Thank you.

  494. Theresa Says:

    I would like to have the book because I find it very difficult to approach an attractive man in a grocery line up,knowing what to say or talk about.

    I want to know what I could possibly say to show him that I’m interested.

    Thank you,
    Theresa

  495. Charles Says:

    The reason I would like your new book is:I am a 39 year old widow,and I am also a very big man,{6′3” tall and 285 lbs}.I am really awkward at making conversation connections, and most of the time I feel I have the “FOOT in MOUTH” didease,when dealing with women socially.Everywhere I look,I see others making it seem so easy. If you would pick me for a copy of your book,I promise I will put it to very good use,and will let you know how much I improve in the future! Thank you very much. Charles Brewer

  496. Karin Says:

    I believe that conversation chemistry is important not only for dating but could potentially help with important life changes such as going to a job interview or just making new friends. I am particularly interested in the body language part because I do not know very much about it. To create attraction can help in so many situations in life.

  497. LaTanja Calhoun Says:

    Hi guys, I want to first tell you how your newsletters and ebook have really helped me. I am getting over a relationship of five years and is anxious to get out and date again. The problem is I sometimes come up short in the conversation department. I have a problem initiating conversations with men and usually follow their lead. I now know that men like for women to sometimes take the lead and allow him to follow their energy. This would be so… helpful to me to know the ins and outs of conversations. Please consider me for this wonderful opportunity. Thanks LaTanja Calhoun

  498. Teena Says:

    I love hooking up with men. I want to appear cool calm and collected when i meet some guy i really like to get to know better. This book would help develope my conversation skills and armed with that knowledge, i would feel empowered and act more confidently around men.

  499. Robert Perkins Says:

    Hello Mia and Amy,
    I would really like to win a copy of your new book Conversation Chemistry because before i met this nice girl last year i used to have no problems with talking to women and striking up conversations. After meeting this girl i have become rather hesitant in the things that i say to the point of being mushy and wussy in my speech when i am around her. I have been taking note of the other tips that you have sent me and i have all the courage when i am talking to a mirror to practice how to react in front of her but when i am around her i seem to lose the tact to be able to keep conversing with her to a point where the conversation dries up. I really want to be able to talk with her in such a way that she will say WOW this guy can actually hold and sustain a great conversation and say words and actions to her that will make her think this guy is the real deal without changing who i am. I REALLY REALLY would like to be one of the people that will win the free copy but at the same time in saying that i see no reason why i wont purchase a copy anyway because to be able to get back on track in the dating game with her i need to get the tips out of YOUR book to give me the edge for her to realise who i am.

    Thanking you

    Robert

  500. linda gallagher Says:

    We are entering a time of great energy shifts of expansion propelled by the power of Love….Chemistry is a major component of the male/female love adventure. Becoming awakened to the vibrations of the yin/yang chemistry within each other and oneself is one component. Tips on the outer manifestation and how this male/female energy exchange takes form through conversation and body language is definitely needed. It is time to create a rainbow bridge of Love, a delightful place where men and woman can embrace each other in the fullness of Love’s beauty and exciting embrace,. I am a student of Love and look forward to embracing your work of Love….Thank you.

  501. Jay Guy Says:

    Hello,

    I just wanted to start by first saying Kudos to Amy Waterman and Mia Summers. I’m not too informed of Ms. Summers, but Amy is a SUPERSTAR to me.

    I’m receive Newsletters from James and she always has some insightful information not only on dating, but things which pertain to everday life. I’m grateful.

    I’m sure that if Mia is involved with Ms. Waterman, she has the same level of input if not more. So my thanks go out to You 50 fold as well.

    From a Guy who’s transformed every bit of himself, from Junior High School thru & to my Middle 20’s, I owe tons to the experts themselves. All of the guidance and techniques that I stumble across always teaches me something, rather than nothing.

    I utilize as much as possible and tweek data to my own Individual Person. That’s what it’s all about. You can’t expect a One Size Fits All mentality. It’s sort of like College. It teaches us how to think, not what to think.

    Any Free information handed out will only be as valuable as it’s recipient. Teach a guy to fish, don’t just give him food. He can eat a lifetime then. That’s not how the popular phrase is worded. I know, I know, I know.

    This Free Book will be used to its’ maximum by this Jay Guy over here. Super Duper Promise. Cross My Heart, Hope to Seduce a Date out of Ms. Waterman. Lovely Voice…

    Keep up the Good Work Beautifuls.

    Send over my Book, Don’t forget to Call too!

    Sincerely,

    Jay
    http://www.JayHarrisX.BlogSpot.com

  502. Bonnie Says:

    I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I was just in a relationship, which I thought was going great…we both told each other our feelings on how we felt about each other. But for some reason we are not together, he felt that I did not communicate with him as much as he would’ve liked. That our conversation were lacking something, and that it felt like he was the one doing all the talking. And by my lack of communication he felt that I didn’t care about him. So I guess I could use it…

    thanks Bonnie

  503. Kay Says:

    This book would be great for me! I’ve always been shy, but especially shy around men, so shy that I often find myself not knowing what to say. Thanks!

  504. Will Says:

    The reason I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry. So I can have a more enjoyable interaction with women. Being able to relate on common interests with women on a more personal level.

  505. MA Loper Says:

    I need to understand how to communicate with all the “guys” in my life! Bosses, brothers, Dad, sons, and soon to be Ex husband’s and potential new love-interests. I can communicate as a girl, but that does little to get through to any of them!

    Help me! I’m drowning in a sea of “GUY!!!”

  506. andrew toidaro Says:

    I would appreciate receiving the book because I would like to explore what women think and what they feel when meeting someone new. Womens minds are so complex and screwed up that hopefully this book will straighten out many of the myths that are pumped into womens minds. It would be a revealation beyond compare.

  507. Marcelino Says:

    I love You ladies,, for think on
    Me I said because in 29 Year
    I had problem to caring a conversation
    & now i wont do the not more,,
    it wont a obstacule to have a model
    in my side,,,
    I wish You The best in the book,,
    Mia & Amy,, kiss,,

  508. Robert Perkins Says:

    Hello Mia and Amy,
    I would really like to win a copy of your new book Conversation Chemistry because before i met this nice girl last year i used to have no problems with talking to women and striking up conversations. After meeting this girl i have become rather hesitant in the things that i say to the point of being mushy and wussy in my speech when i am around her. I have been taking note of the other tips that you have sent me and i have all the courage when i am talking to a mirror to practice how to react in front of her but when i am around her i seem to lose the tact to be able to keep conversing with her to a point where the conversation dries up. I really want to be able to talk with her in such a way that she will say WOW this guy can actually hold and sustain a great conversation and say words and actions to her that will make her think this guy is the real deal without changing who i am. I REALLY REALLY would like to be one of the people that will win the free copy but at the same time in saying that i see no reason why i wont purchase a copy anyway because to be able to get back on track in the dating game with her i need to get the tips out of YOUR book to give me the edge for her to realise who i am.

    Thanking you

    Robert

  509. Amelia Says:

    Hi Mia!
    I would love to have a copy of the Coversation Chemistry for several reasons. I recently became single again after being married for 6 years. I am 46 years old and have been out of dating scene for 8 years now. Although I am very friendly and outgoing, I always get tongue-tied around men I find attractive. I don’t have this problem in most situations, most people find me interesting and love to hear my jokes/stories. I want to appear confident and sure of myself in all situations. I believe this book can help me get out of this slump……Thanks a bunch!!!

  510. Lina Goss Says:

    I really need your conversation chemistry, because in my situation I am afraid to stard the coversation he might get angry with me and and do not like agueing with him anymore I am tired of fighting. All I do most of time I set down qiute by not saying anything just smile like nothing happen I did not give him enough attention. I feel like I am numb already some time do not care about him.

    thank you
    lin

  511. Amelia Says:

    Hi Mia!
    I would love to have a copy of the Coversation Chemistry for several reasons. I recently became single again after being married for 6 years. I am 46 years old and have been out of dating scene for 8 years now. Although I am very friendly and outgoing, I always get tongue-tied around men I find attractive. I don’t have this problem in most situations, most people find me interesting and love to hear my jokes/stories. I want to appear confident and sure of myself in all situations. I believe this book can help me get out of this slump……Thanks a bunch!!!

  512. veronika Says:

    My usband and I are in court today precisely for want of a book like this. Even if we do not manage to turn this relationship around, I hope it will stop me making the same mistakes again, so please, please let me win a copy of Conversation Chemistry. Where were all these books when we needed them?
    It should be taught in schools, saving everyone much money and pain.

    - Regards,
    Veronika

  513. mastor Says:

    i just want to which exact quistions or how to open an object that met her interest ..

  514. veronika Says:

    My husband and I are in court today precisely for want of a book like this. Even if we do not manage to turn this relationship around, I hope it will stop me making the same mistakes again, so please, please let me win a copy of Conversation Chemistry. Where were all these books when we needed them?
    It should be taught in schools, saving everyone much money and pain.

    - Regards,
    Veronika

  515. tim Says:

    divorced and wanting restoration.

  516. Mek Says:

    honestly whenever am with a woman my mind suddenly goes blank..like you have no idea..i have literally getting turned down just because i lack good conversational skills…please i am tired of always getting turned down…..

  517. Judie Says:

    I’d like to get a free copy of this newly published book because I believe that it would be another contributing factor towards the current experience that am experiencing after I undertake the mini-courses been offered by Mia and Slade, which has greatly impacted upon my social life and the way I used to think of myself especially when it comes to attracting the man of my dreams ,moreover I gained alot of courage,confidence and plenty other things that I don’t use to And I must tell you guys that the way you present you information looks simple and plain but how it opened my mind.eyes and ears is beyond that.And am so grateful that I get all those wonderful messeges from guys.And I hope,believe and trust that it would change the lives of plenty other women in near future.

  518. Sarah Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry as i have bought your book on getting ex back and i love it, its been an inspiration and the changes within myself have been amazing im truly at peace and happy and back in contact with my ex - I have always had trouble at communicating well - i always throw blanks and panic and end up dissincluding my self from social events because of this barrier - i think this book would be a great way to make an even more confident sexy me!

  519. Rachael Says:

    My husband and I are on the brink of divorce. We have no communicaton, he lies to me all the time about the women he talks to on the road, as a truck driver,because he says he can’t talk to me because I’ll get mad and I feel the same towards him. He has phone calls to women and I catch him every 6 months and don’t trust him. We cannot talk all we do is scream and our poor children are about to have to go through the devistation of a divorce. I hope this could help us in time for our salvation.

  520. Jeevan Says:

    I Really want to help my intro and conversation skills. I can’t pass on a chance for an opportunity like this.

  521. Nereyda Says:

    Hi Mia!

    I will like to get a copy of this book because I had learned with Dating with-out-drama, Calling man, and how to get him back, I’m sure this book will help me alot to know how to get in contact with the other sex, I know they are totally diferent than us and I’m very curious to know how to improve my ability to communicate with man.,, Thank you for helping us.

    Nereyda

  522. Kevin Says:

    For 40 years of my life, I have had difficulty speaking with girls when the situation looks like I am or could be interested in them. I freeze as I contemplate what they are thinking of me. I try to trial in my mind what I am about to say to them in case what I am thinking of saying is stupid. This only adds to my blank and slow conversational manner and hence I come out nervous and lacking in confidence. I know girls love confident men as I can be the biggest flirt when I am talking to a ’safe’ girl like a married woman or an acquaintence who I know she knows is not under ’seduction’ attack. Wow, if only I could have had the training of the art of small talk earlier in my life!!

  523. Justin Says:

    The reason why I would Like a copy of your book is because I am a music performer and there is nothing more embarrassing than when a girl comes up to me after an awesome show and the only thing I can think to talk to her about is how her day was.

    Conversation:
    Her: O MY GOD!! you guys are so awesome!!! Me and my friends think you guys are sooo hot.

    Me: O why thank you. (me frozen trying to think of what to say). Well we do have fun playing.

    Her: (ignores me now and goes to talk to the other band members)

    My friend: Dude that girls was totally into you, you should have gone for it.

    Me: Dude I just froze up when she started talking to mne and all could think to ask her was “how’s it going”

    This isn’t an exact conversation but this happens very frequently. If I can’t think of what to say to girls who admire me how am I going to talk to girls that I meet at a bar. I have no connection to women when I have conversations with them. I always come off seeming so dull even though I live a great life where I get to perform in lots of different cities.

  524. nazeer Says:

    small talk is my worst nightmare, especialy around beautiful women. I always cant think of anything to say to them. I would definetly be greatfull to learn this communication skill of being able to converse easly and create attraction with women

  525. Mireya Gonzalez Says:

    I’ve some communications problems and I’d like to learn communication techniques in order to apply them when I go dating with a man; I’m always worrying about what I’m going to say next; it¡s complicated for me what I should talk about and my mind goes blank.

  526. Tammy Says:

    I would like a copy of this amazing book so I could have some insight on how to approach men. I am a single mom raising 4 kids with no help and subscribe to all of your guys news letters and try and apply what I learn from those. Because I can’t afford the books. I think what you all are doing is awesome because we could all use some help in meeting men or women. I have applied alot of what I read from news letters and I have a wonderful boyfriend who keeps asking me when I’m gonna change when I ask what he means he says I’m so differant from other women and thats all thanks to all your news letters. Thank You and please consider me for the free book

  527. Debbie Hendren Says:

    I want a copy of conversation chemistry So that I can learn and ‘experiment’ with the language of attraction to create and maintain a ‘love reaction’ xxxx

  528. T. John Says:

    Most of my relationships have ended up by me being dumped. This has really affected me mentally, physically and has lead to depression. I have built walls around myself so i do not get hurt any more. I keep asking myself what is wrong with me and how can i improve myself. I am so tired of being hurt, dateless, crying and etc.

    After i received this e-mail and read it i said here is a chance for me to improve myself with the ladies.

    In closing i am entering my chance to win a copy of Conversation Chemistry.

    I look forward to a new life.

  529. Rita Says:

    Hi, I am a 51 year old woman who beleaved that my good times with men are over. Now that I see you help people like me I know there is hope. I have always had a hard time talking to people, thinking i had nothing to say that they wanted to hear. Well if I win a copy of your book maybe I can start living again and meet some people maybe make some friends life can get lonely when all of yours friends are gone. For this chance I thank you both.
    Thank You

  530. cassie Says:

    Am a 32 year old single mother who husband left me for one of my bride’s maid after four years of marriage.Since then I’ve not been in a healthy relationship and its been over three years.Am a confident, successful, kind loving person.

    I need your book because am tired of watching wonderful men walk out of my life and settle down with the next woman they meet.My problem is I come off too bossy, or not interested because I don’t want to seem too easy and have the run the other way,which is what ends up happening anyway.Whenever I meet someone whom am interested in I avert my eyes or increase the pace of my steps, or if I do say hi it comes out like I’m forcing myself to acknowledge someone. I end up cursing myself for being so stupid.I’ve not been on a real date for about 7 months.

    I’ve met a wonderful man (via the internet and now he calls everyday)who’s crazy about me and my daughter,he’s asked to meet with me many times but I keep turning him down for fear that I would chase him away too and I’ll rather have him as my friend than nothing at all. I’ve been corresponding with this guy for about 5 months now and he’s really a terrific guy…for valentines day he sent my roses…all the way from Europe and am in the Caribbean I was completely blown away.I need your book to keep another great guy from running in the other direction..away from me.

    Cassie

  531. T. John Says:

    I truly believe that the both of you will be helping us out with your e-book.

  532. Jeanine Gordon Says:

    After being divorce 10 years and finally getting the last of my 4 children raised, I have to decided to get out and meet people, especially men…I didn’t realize how out of the loop I was. this book Conversation chemistry could actually change my life. I look forward to reading it and applying what I learn…Thank you in advance

  533. nicole Says:

    My husband and i have been trying for 18 months to get our marriage back on track, we have been attending counselling and trying really hard on our communication. We both love each other dearly but our communication is holding us back. I would love this book because i want nothing more than to have the beautiful relationship i had with my husand back…Please help us

  534. jayne Says:

    my husband have left me for somebody else, and the thought of dating again at 39 is terrifing what do you talk about!
    i also need more confidence before starting to think about dating again and finally i need help!!!!

  535. Donna Oglesby Says:

    I’m engaged to be married and I want to keep that attraction alive by communicating effectively with my fiance/soon-to-be-husband now and especially after we’re married. Since the leading cause of divorce seems to be lack of communication, I’d really like to read Conversation Chemistry to learn how to talk to my man and eliminate the road blocks of conversation.

  536. Will White Says:

    bla

  537. marian Says:

    i want to have a copy because i can feel that it would benefit me a lot. I have been dating and haven’t found the right one. I want to put an end to dating miscommunications which then lead to lost of attraction. And I know that this book will definitely help me a lot. I hope that I could have one so that the next time I go on dating, it would go on perfectly and finally be with someone in a serious relationship.

  538. belle Says:

    I have always been impressed with someone with good conversational skill, you can truly enjoy being the listener. I am a single mum recently seperated and have not been on the dating scene for 7 years. So i would have no idea what it would take to hold a conversation with my object of interest.. Im truly out of touch..

  539. Anjalee Says:

    I would like a free copy of Converstion Chemitry. I am a shy person and need to open up more with men. I think this is a tool I will use.

  540. Lynne Says:

    My email address is…AChickand3Dogs@aol.com and I would love a copy of ‘Conversation Chemistry’, because it’s NEVER too late for an old dogs to learn a few new tricks. :) Sorry, couldn’t resist! Have a great day…

    Lynne

  541. LaVetta Says:

    At 51 years old you would think I had all the answers and be able to talk to anyone….but you are wrong. When I meet a man I am interested in, I just seem to babble. Not a pretty picture. I could sure use a book that has the answers to the burning question, what do I say to that….
    Thanks for the book

  542. Robert Perkins Says:

    Hello Mia and Amy,
    I would really like to win a copy of your new book Conversation Chemistry because before i met this nice girl last year i used to have no problems with talking to women and striking up conversations. After meeting this girl i have become rather hesitant in the things that i say to the point of being mushy and wussy in my speech when i am around her. I have been taking note of the other tips that you have sent me and i have all the courage when i am talking to a mirror to practice how to react in front of her but when i am around her i seem to lose the tact to be able to keep conversing with her to a point where the conversation dries up. I really want to be able to talk with her in such a way that she will say WOW this guy can actually hold and sustain a great conversation and say words and actions to her that will make her think this guy is the real deal without changing who i am.

    Thanking you

    Robert

  543. nohaph Says:

    well we are a new couple and i have asevere problem on how to communicate with my husband and when to stop arguing to prevent him from getting angry and leaving the house ………. si i guess i really need help……….

    thank you

  544. Mona El-Emam Says:

    Hey, hw r both of u? first i guess its nice to talk to someone who understands me this like u do, im facin difficulties handling my relationship, sometimes i dnt really knw wat to say or wat to tell him..hes nice nd everythin but i feel like we totally lost it, im sayin im nt in love with him, but i jst dnt knw wat to do else after this point..i want the old us back u knw when the chemistry was still there..i dnt knw if u can knw hw i feel but i guess u truly understands me..cya

  545. Molly Says:

    Men used to find me attractive, but since I lost my confidence it has been quite different.

    Divorcees have a more difficult time, we no longer know the rules.

    I want to meet someone who will rock my world, i.e be right for me.

    I want to meet someone I am confident is right for me.

    LOVE.

    I would love to be the right person for someone!

  546. Lori Says:

    I have struggled with being a shy, introverted person for most of my life……and i was hoping by reading your book, that it would help me learn to become more personable, and friendly, instead of backwards…….

  547. praise Says:

    I know that there is a wild woman in me waiting to be released into fierce action. I am very positive that Conversation Chemistry will give me the right boost that I need to free myself from a prison I’ve been hiding all these years.I believe you would consider me,thanks in advance, just can’t wait to share my success story with everyone out there. You been of a great help to me.

  548. julia Says:

    Conversation and one’s look are the 2 qualities on how a woman can project her image well in any relationship. As such These 2 qualities must be polished and built up particularly the skill of conversing with your partner. It will makes the relationship going and grow. Good conversation skill also help to establish a strong, healthy, and positive ties in order to maintain a fabulous relationship. Poor conversation/communication skill will eventually make the relationship dull and boring, and subsequently kills the lovely relationship. Look alone does not last. However, conversation skill will gives better chances for me to improve my relationship with my partner which i seriously think tat am lacking of. As such I really look forward to have a free copy of this book to guide me in my existing relationship.

  549. praise Says:

    I know that there is a wild woman in me waiting to be released into fierce action. I am very positive that Conversation Chemistry will give me the right boost that I need to free myself from a prison I’ve been hiding all these years.I believe you would consider me,thanks in advance, just can’t wait to share my success story with everyone out there. You been of a great help to me.

  550. Tanya Says:

    After all these years, it is my hope that there will something in your book that can help me in finding the right man. I am 58 yrs., young and have three marriages and they have all used me for their own gain or cheated. None of them have been able to say that I have been a bad wife. All have wanted to come back. My time is short. I so desire someone that will be good to me. All I have now to give is me. And I so desire someone who will love me for who I am. I have been there for others all my life…maybe you will be there for me and give me a little hope that I maybr able to find some that is right for me. Thank you, Tanya

  551. Jeanine Says:

    I would very much like to have a copy of Conversation Chemistry to help me finally be able to communicate with my husband. We have been married for over 30 years and still have problems communicating about several very important things.

  552. zam Says:

    Though seemly out going I am actually very shy and coming from a conservative family, do not know and never learnt how to get through to the opposite sex, both at work as well as private life. Am past 40 and have never had a close male friend. I am currently working in a male dominate sector and badly need to succeed both at work and private life. I need to learn all I can and very fast.

  553. Dedra Says:

    I want to win an advance copy of the book for the sheer reason that I really want to do my best to get it right with relationships and share what I learn with others as well. I Have always loved and liked men and never had a negative idea of them and thought I understood them very well since I have had good relationships and many male friends who got along well with me. Well after a recent breakup with someone who thought of me as their best friend of 12 years I felt like i was back to square one and did not know much. I would have been seeking information to help me learn and get back into the game with as much information and confidence as ever! That is why I want the book.

    Thanks,

    Dedra

  554. Jeff G. Says:

    Mia,

    First, I want to thank you for
    all the information you give out.
    I have noticed that it does work
    when interacting with the girl I
    love.

    Let me jump right into my problem.

    I have been seeing a girl off and
    on for 12 years now. There is this
    super awesome chemistry between us.
    the problem is, it only lasts for
    6 months or so, and slowly we move
    on, only to find ourselves back with
    each other again a couple years later.

    We always remain super best friends,
    and everyone around us, such as
    parents, mutual friends, current
    boy friends/girl friends etc., knows
    there is something between us. We
    both have been known to say “we can’t
    help it.” It is true, we can’t help it.

    We always remain in contact with
    each other through thick and thin,
    and we even go as far as to tell our
    significant others at the time, that
    we will never stop talking to each other.

    Both of us us have kicked our significant
    others to the curb, for trying to make us
    break contact with each other.

    We were back together again for a year,
    when I felt her slipping away again.
    Each time it gets more painful than
    the last time, for both of us.

    For the record, I have never acted like
    the wussy boy I might sound like in this
    letter. Each time I keep the utmost
    dignity and have never questioned her
    about why, nor have I ever begged. I just
    keep on keeping on with my plans for my life.

    (I think that is why she always stays
    interested and always comes back.)

    After reading a lot of your material,
    I have come to realize just what she needs
    and wants from me, and it works with her sooo well.

    So well in fact, we have been together
    again for 2 years this time around, due
    mostly to what I have learned from you
    about what women want and need.

    However….. I can feel her slipping away
    again! I have further narrowed our problems
    down to our conversations. My game,
    if you will, gets so weak after a while,
    that it seems she truly isn’t interested anymore.

    I see it coming every time now. I feel it
    every time, long before she slips away.
    Knowing she is slipping away only compounds
    my problems, making our conversations worse
    and worse, till she is “gone.”

    She talks on the phone professionally 8 hrs
    a day, and when she is home, she talks on the
    phone for 4-5 hrs with anybody and everybody.
    She vacuums, does dishes, cleans, does laundry,
    everything, while talking on the phone!

    We talk to each other for 30 up to 90 min.
    everyday, and I give her my undivided attention
    when we do talk. Of course she talks, and I go
    “duh, really?” or “duh, that’s interesting honey”
    Not good, I know.

    I have been silently thinking for a few months
    that I have to do something about my
    conversational skills with her before the
    worst happens, because I can feel it happening
    again.

    Of course, I see she needs more from me in this
    area, because everything else, attraction, flirting
    sexual build up, respect, etc. has always been there.

    When I opened your email and read about your
    new book, I jump out of my chair, and immediately
    sat back down to write this to you!

    Please help me Mia, get this part of our
    life handled before she is gone again!
    I don’t want to lose her again for another
    2 years, or possibly forever this time!

    We are not kids anymore, like when we first
    started wanting each other. Each break up gets
    more emotionally draining as we grow up.

    I will forever thank you!

    Thanks again for what you do for everyone.

    - Jeff G.

  555. Sharni Freeman Says:

    Anytime I’ve tried to bring up serious stuff with my man he blows me off, laughs or yells at me, I feel like I’ve tried every approach I can think of.. I desperately need conversation chemistry!

  556. Bogdan Bilyk Says:

    Yeah.., well.., like.., uhm.., I’d like to uh.., win this thing.., errr.., book.., cause I want to know how to.., uhm.., errr.., like, talk. Like.., talk with women and stuff. Cause.., I uhm.., well.., well, I like to know how to talk with women. Cause I want to meet women. And get uhmmm.., lucky with them. Hope I win.., cause I really need to learn how to talk with women. Thanks.

  557. Bogdan Bilyk Says:

    Yeah.., like.., uhh.., did I win?

  558. Delilah Says:

    Mia, I could really, really use a copy of Conversation Chemistry. I’ve been reading Amy’s mails for over a year and really believe in the integrity and wisdom of her advice, and it has helped me immensely, so I’m figuring any colleague of hers will have similar insight to share. The reason I suppose I’d love a copy is, and this is a little sad (and a little funny too), I’m known and I think loved among my friends & family for my humor and eloquence. I’m a musician and writer, so my ability to express the inexpressible is the way I earn a living. So I definitely know how to do it. But I’m afraid this ability dries up somewhat when I’m trying to approach a man I like. It’s so silly, but bad habits can be hard to break, even if you know they’re ludicrous and can see yourself doing ‘em anyway. I really would like to free myself from this ridiculousness once and for all, so I can let men who would be great for me see who I really am. Not least ‘cos I’m a pretty lovely lady! It’s so silly, as I said. Please give me my Get Out of Shyness Jail Free card. Thanks.

  559. Deirdre Says:

    I would love to have a copy of this book because I must be the worlds worst woman in a romantic situation. Usually the romance has fizzeled out before I realise that I was being romanced. There is this guy about whom I am completely crazy but when he made a play for me I assumed he was teasing and played that line with him - after all why would a gorgeous handsome guy want to be with an older woman who is somewhat overweight. I guess I managed to blow that one away with my lack of knowledge.

    Any and all help appreciated

  560. Emily McCulley Says:

    Ever since middle I have found it impossible to speak to the opposite sex, let alone make eye contact! I am smart, attractive, but I can never get a man because I get so nervous and flustered when it comes to making conversation. This has lead me to not even bother approaching men, and when a man approaches me I am at a loss for words! I need as much help as I can get on this, and I am starting to become desperate. I think Conversation Chemistry can be the help that I have been waiting for, and hopefully with your book I can start making real connections with people! Please help me!

  561. korina Says:

    Dear Amy,
    all my life i have been shy,i dont believe in my self ,and i always think that everybody is not interested in what i am going to say.
    On top of this my boyfriend is very talkative,and all of our friends stay all the time around him,listening to every single word he will say,and laugth at his jokes…He seems to be so popular..
    When we return home, he says to me:you never speak,dont you have anything to say??And i feel sooo bad….and ashamed,cause nobody is interested in me…
    This is a terible feeling and i would be greatfull, i you could help me overcome it…
    Thank you for your time,Amy.
    love…Korina.

  562. tania hristova Says:

    In my opinion this book will be a great best-seller ,so it will be a pleasure for me to have the opportunity to possess it……..i wish u lots of success .thank u in advance.

  563. Rose King Says:

    i would like to win the book as i have problems communicating with my husband. he talks i listen, i would like to know how to converse with him

  564. carol maclauchlan Says:

    This would be a god sent for me as I have been struggling with the too do’s and not too do’s with men for the last 30 years, and yet I still haven’t gotten’ it right. Please help this old lady, as time is a wastin’ and running out. I would so like a partner in my golden years.

  565. Jarrett Cox Says:

    I thik I deserve to win because I am not the best with girls, I am probally the worst. I don’t know communication techniques or how to read body language. I am tired of not getting girls due to me not knowing that they like me or not. I want to take action!

  566. janet Says:

    I am a very straightforward person and can easily speaks my mind about my expectations during work. But when it is with my spouse, the words just disappear. I’ll bottle up all the unhappiness inside till explosion point and an argument occurs. I need to know how I can communicate better with him to save this marriage, as we have decided to separate for a while and ’see how things go’. Even if this marriage doesn’t work out, I want to improve my commmunication skills so that my next relationship can be better.

  567. tania hristova Says:

    In my opinion this book is going to be a great best-seller ,so I hope to have the chance to possess it .it will be a pleasure for me to read it and recommend it to my friends .I m sure that it s a successful book with lots of advices how to achieve our goals .thank in advance.

  568. Patti Vincent Says:

    I really need this book. My husband and I have a really hard time communicating. We have fallen apart the past year. Please pick me. My 2 wonderful kids and my husband need to have me read this book! Thank you!

  569. Laura Rolland Says:

    I would like a copy of the Coversation Chemistry since I am 47 years old and the last time I dated in the 80’s there was not internet or cell phones. Things have changed so much that I need to know how to strike up a conversation in todays dating age. I am really excited about the new posibilites for me amd what this new book can teach me. Thanks so much

  570. Heather Says:

    All of my life I have been very shy as well as being naturally reserved and quiet. Conversation chemistry does not come naturally to me and I often don’t know what to say. I have a lot of love in my heart and would love to be able to connect with others more easily and effectively. This book sounds like it could help a lot.

  571. Julie Says:

    Hi,I think that I am exactly the kind of person to read a book like yours.I am a single mom of four beautiful boys.I just love being a mom but I have come to realize in the past year that it’s not all I am.I am also a woman that wants to share myself with a man but because I have been single for the past 6 years and I have lost my self confidence when it comes to speaking to men.I know that with a little guidance I can once again figure out how to attract the right kind of person.I am quite shy when it comes to talking with anyone but even more so when it comes to men.Learning how to approach men with confidence sounds great!
    Thank you for this opportunity! Hope to hear from you soon.
    Julie

  572. Helen Andrews Says:

    I ordered save my marrage because my marriage is in crisis. I need every tool I can lay my hands own to attract my husband back, and to love me again.This is the hardest thing i have ever had to do. To find out your husband doesn’t love you anymore is any girls worst nightmare. My communication skills over the years haven’t been fantastic obviously.My words have push my husband away. I never intended to do that, I love him so dearly. I need this book on communication this is my only chance. Thankyou for all the information save my marriage has given me. It has been my tower of strength, in the darkest hours of my life. I would love to recieve a copy of conversation chemistry. I would love to be able to create,build and maitain unstoppable attraction.

  573. Belinda Buchanan Says:

    My partner of 7 years has just broken up with me with no explination! We are still living together until our lease is up and although he has made it pretty clear nothing i say or do can change his mind, i still want to now why - for both my sanity and my future relationships. He isn’t the greatest talker and we have been writing to each other regarding our break-up (when i try to talk to him he goes blank so the writing seems to help) but he still hasn’t explained what i need to know. I was hopinf that by reading your book i might find a new tatic to try and get him to open up!

  574. Luz Sande Says:

    My husband and I went through a crisis that not many would survive. We were separating for good. I was so angry I could not discuss any longer, I just wanted to move on, and so did he. Somehow, when it was almost going to be too late to turn back, I realized how much I loved my husband and having my family together. So, with amazing strength and fear, I started a process that I know I will never regret: an incredible effort to start building from scratch a new life for our marriage and family. The main issue had always been communication: what we said, how we said it, what we did not say, and how that, in one way or another, always showed in our bitterness, our body gestures, our life. Learning how to communicate with the other person is paramount to a marriage and a family. I can now say that we are working every single day towards a better life together, and I know a book like Conversation Quemistry would take our marriage to another level, and help our family as a whole.

  575. mike Says:

    I am a average looking man that only has one problem with women, keeping them engaged in conversation.

  576. Nancy Kipp Says:

    I would love to have a copy of “Conversation Chemestry” because I am 60 years old and I have been out of the dating game for many many years. I am currently widowed for 7 years know and have had a hard time finding quality men available and when I do, I have no ideam what to make conversation about today. I know they don’t like chitchat, and I would love to be able to communicate with the oposite sex in order to find a quality mate and companion.
    Thanks.
    Nancy Kipp

  577. odiediana Says:

    I’d like to have a copy of that book, because I’m terribly awful talking with men I’m attracted to…I can’t find a nice conversation. Even when I was a child and I had a “boyfriend” I used to think about what kind of topics I should talk when I was with him, so..IMAGINE!!

  578. Jessica deStefano Says:

    I think a copy of Conversation Chemistry should be mine free because the best conversation chemistry I have had in years is with my parrot and all he knows how to say is:
    ” You’re a Good Bird!”

  579. Joseph G. Scott Says:

    I sure would like a chance to win this, God knows I could sure use the education when trying to communicate with my wife of 21 yrs that left me 2wks ago..

  580. CHAN Says:

    ARE YOU SURE IT WORK? PROOF IT.

  581. Ben K Says:

    i really need this book because we the stuff you have produce this while is very good so i believe the book you are introducing now will really help me soo much and i cant afford to lose it.i have introduce a lot of people to this site because is great.i really need this stuff please ok

  582. reinato m. barca Says:

    i just wanna learn about conversation chemistry to attract my wife for the good of our relationship

  583. Helen Andrews Says:

    I would love to recieve a copy of conversation chemistry. I would love to be able to create, build and maitin unstoppable attraction. My husband has fallen out of love with me.My marriage is in crisis.Please help me. I now know the imporatance of communication and the impact words have on your spouse. I need this chance Please help me

  584. jay Says:

    If your as sexy as you write and sound. I need to be a top notch conversationalist to talk to you and get your phone number. I need some kind of reward for making you laugh like a phone number or such. If I don’t have your amazing book Conversation Chemistry. How I’m I going to have you continuing thinking of me if I’m stuck at Ahhhh. So think of me when you select a winner. Hate to see you leave. Reward me with your book or your number even better. See I almost got stuck. Lets keep it going. Jay

  585. jac Says:

    I’ve been married 22 years and we are at a very trying time. I believe that learning to communicate effectively will help us to reposition our marriage.

  586. CHRIS J. VITALES Says:

    HI There Mia & Amy my Name is CHRIS, it Stands for…
    C- Charismatic.
    H- Humorous.
    R- Romantic.
    I- Irresistible.
    S- Sexual.

    Now Ladies in Order for ME to Stand Out… And Finish Off The Other Half of My Name IS For Me TO RECEIVE The Ideal Book Of CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY - How to talk to the Opposite Sex.
    Making Me Totally Complete.., Am I Right Mia & Amy??? The Result Is THIS…

    T- Talented…
    O- Out Side the Box & Original…
    P- Perfect…
    H- Honorable…
    E- Exciting… &
    R- Respectable, To The Greatest Gift From God, the Gorgeous Girls of the WORLD… (Especially for the SEXY WOMEN from Down Under Australia…) Oh Well Oh Well

    So Mia & Amy How Do Like My Positive But Poetic Style AYE?? How About it Ladies GOOD ENOUGH 4 YA…

    YES thats THE TRUTHFUL ANSWER Mia & Amy, Let The Best 3 MEN WIN and the other 2 LUCKY.
    THANK YOU MIA & AMY, HAVE A WONDERFUL & BLESSED DAY LADIES!

    Warm Regards
    Chris J. Vitales.

  587. Dawn Says:

    Ohhh do we need help. I just got married in June last year and my husband came to me in the week before the wedding and said he was having doubts. He started having these doubts a couple months before but due to lack of communication. He didnt/couldnt say anything until the last minute when he was so stressed he was making himself sick. We ended up getting married and again we both have such a hard time that things dont get said that should. Therefore, we sit in silence not knowing what to say. We both go blank when we try to talk and have fear of hurting the other one and fear of confrontation. This has also caused some depression issues and just plain sadness. I know we love each other but I am afraid that if this goes on much longer it will just be over. I believe that learning to communicate is so important for ourselves, our relationship, and relationships with anyone else (ie work, family etc) I am at my witts end, I have no idea where to turn help help help.

  588. sadiqah Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I deserve it. I’m currently dating a guy and I really need help in having more successful conversations with him. Thank you for choosing me.

  589. NIECA MACKEY Says:

    Hi Girls,
    the reason I want a copy is that I never learned how to communicate properly in a relationship. when the wrong answers are given back to me , I get so emotional that I cannot do my daily routine as I get so upset. I want to teach my daughters how to have the upper hand and not let another person’s behavior conrol you even if you love them madly….
    Thanks everyone for your good advice…..

  590. CHRIS J. VITALES Says:

    Its CHRISTOPHER by the way, Only when I’m in Trouble.

  591. Zuzana Janos Says:

    I was always trying very hard to keep conversation with men which I like it, but after couple conversations the the natural flow in discussion was always going down and I felt lost. I hope your book will help me.

  592. cheryl Says:

    I get interest initially a lot but they soon drift away as I just can’t keep a conversation going with men. I seem to end up with men who just want a hookup type situation - definately not for me. I would love to learn how to keep someone interested enough to get asked on date, and to keep the conversation going then too.

  593. Cindy Stevens Says:

    This book is coming at a perfect time. My husband and I have been married for 13 years. I thought all was going well until I found out he was involved with a much younger woman. We have been working to repair our relationship and I have been going alone to a marriage counselor. Just today she told me that I need to work on communicating better with my husband and improving our emotional connectedness. The most recent discussions with my husband ended with him saying I was pushing him too hard and he was tired of me always wanting to “talk.” I have since kept a lot of my feelings to myself because I don’t want to rock the boat. Things seem to be going better for us, but I am so afraid that he may stray again if I can’t find a way to communicate better with him. I think your book may be the answer! Please help me make this year our “lucky 13th!”

  594. rachel Says:

    hi i would love to have a coupy of your book. my husband and i dont talk about any thing. wei dont lke to talk for instance we argueabout everything so i keep things to my self we are not active any more dont no if he loves me any more he dont tell me any more. hewont tell me hes sorry even if hes in the fault pleasehelp me

  595. Why Should I Get a Free Copy Says:

    The hardest things anyone can do is change. People including myself have stayed both physically and emotionally in situations and relationships which were not exactly happy yet felt comfortable. Time waits for no one. All of a sudden you wake up and a year is gone. Or two or ten. The comfort zone is actually a devious trap to keep you from moving ahead and discovering what is possible. Its dealing with fear of the unknown that keeps you stuck. Is there a plan for me or do I make my own plans? Well, I, as anyone else in the world have what’s called free will. They choose to be where they are in contrast exerting their personal power to choose to be somewhere else in life. Sure I’ve wasted time but and sometimes try to make up for it but when I make up my mind to do it get out of my way. Having the ability to speak from your heart is the magic of conversation.

  596. Evencio Says:

    Improve my skills

  597. Tania Rodriguez Says:

    I would love to have a copy of this book, because I want to learn how to have a nice conversation with the guys I’m attracted to. I’m tired of letting all good opportunities go by just because my mind goes blank whenever I meet someone I really like. I think I block myself by not allowing others to realize what a cool, nice, caring and intersting girl I am, because I don’t want to say anything stupid and I would really really like to stop this!

    Thanks so much!

  598. Lisa Goffinet Says:

    Hello Mia and Amy;

    My name is Lisa. I have been with my husband for six years, four of them being married. Sadly, our communication has gone right out of the window. I have had suspicions of him cheating in the past, yet unable to come up with solid proof, which has caused considerable stress in our relationship and colors every conversation we have, whether it is actually brought up or not. We have had a difficult time, in which he blames me for us not getting along, and I get angry that he won’t own up to his share of the blame in our troubles. This is very unproductive, and does not address our communication issues at all, much less how to compromise and solve them. Usually we start a conversation with me asking him to do or not do something, him getting defensive and giving excuses then shifting the blame to me, then we wind up yelling as it turns into a full out fight. The worst part is our 4-year-old daughter sees and hears all of this, and she is developing some bad habits which amount to her behavior mirroring ours. I just want us to get along first. If we can get along, we can solve the cheating or non-cheating issue and the end result (which is most important) become better parents by helping our child develop better communication and social skills. Right now we are in no position to help, until we can communicate better. This is where your book “Conversation Chemestry” comes into play. I feel that with your help, we may be able to salvage not only our relationship, but our child’s life as well. That is why I need a copy of your book! Thank you for listening!

  599. Nancy Campbell Says:

    I want, and need a copy of Conversation Chemistry, because I keep sabotaging every possible relationship. My nervousness and inability to talk to a guy I’m interested in I know must come across as snobby, rude & uptight. It shouldn’t be this difficult!

  600. Jami Boylan Says:

    I have learned the hard way that poor communication will most definitely lead to the break down of a marriage. My husband and I have been separated for about 8 months. We are now learning how to communcate with each other openly, honestly, with diplomacy and grace. We speak different languages. Even though we both speak english we rarely understand each other on the first try. Communication shouldn’t be difficult and at times it can be painfully so. We have chemistry when it comes to everything else, if we had conversation chemistry we’d have it all!

  601. joyce renton Says:

    I always seem to be a good listener and always seem to but in !!!! the conversation, to try and be on the same wavelengh, but always find what I have to say is boring , so that it is always about them and never me, I would really prefer for them to be more intersted in me, rather than me PRETENDING to be intersted in them !!!!!! hope this makes sence to you Joyce Renton

  602. Andrea Camargo Regatao Says:

    Hi!
    I’d love to receive the Conversation Chemistry book.
    I’ve been married for 10 years now and I would like to seduce my husband again. In fact, I feel like I don’t know how to seduce a man! I don’t know how I seduced him… After so many years together (in total are 17) many times I catch myself in a big routine, and I don’t want that! He is so self-confident and I’m shy. I think he is very atractive, and I’d like to be like him. I’d like to talk his language. To feel he is attracted by me. It looks excitng when you say “unstoppable attraction”. Is that possible?
    I’ll be here waiting for an answer.
    Thank you
    Andrea

  603. Psyke Says:

    I think I deserve a free copy as I will proactively implement and practise your hot tips. The girls will also appreciate talking and having fun with a switched on guy who know’s how to treat women how they secretly yearn and ache to be treated. A guy who will excite, intrigue and tantalise them consistently. An escape from the boredom of everyday life. How can they not like that?

  604. Lisa Ellen Says:

    Apparently I need this upon the advice of my now ex boyfriend because I never say the right things.
    Try to make conversations with him & all I say & do are wrong, am upset, confused & obviously need some help!

  605. jack Says:

    this is the opportunity I’ve been waiting for all my life until now (around 20 years):

    already in early school time I knew there was something special concerning relationships & communication with girls, the advantage at that point of time was that there wasn’t much to talk, much was “done” through behavior (and those tiny little letters ;) )

    years later (now) I never really “got it” how to talk with “the opposite sex” neither in general nor on an emotional/sexual basis

    I’ve been searching through the net for the last 2 to 3 years for information in improving all parts of my live since I had read “The Game” by Neil Strauss which, somehow pulled kind of a “trigger” in my head pushing me on to initiative (since then I knew what was missing from youth/adolescence to that point in time: namely being able to talk to ladies in an appropriate way and in small baby steps forming a relationship and perhaps more - simply “establishing” a “counterpart” (in the short run)/soul mate for live (on the long run))

    In the meantime I subscribed to several newsletters / mailing list but haven’t found the “right solution” so far, despite the fact that I found some of them quite fitting, UNTIL NOW !

    from what I’ve read about “Conversation Chemistry” this seems to be the book I’ve been looking for in improving my communication skills (body language, unfortunately I’m pretty bad at it) and creating attraction and keeping it at that level (the most important part after all is, that our partner feels great in being with us and enjoys that sparkling attraction)

    I’m not sure if I’m setting my expectations too high, but it shall help me get a “brighter” life

    (I hope you get “the message”, I’m not a native speaker, but tried to express myself as clear as possible)

    keep up your great work,
    thanks :)

  606. marie Says:

    I just entered & didn’t know there was more to do. I do not have a computer so come to the library for e-m’s. I would love yours as well as Amy’s books but have no way to download them. So far the info has been invaluable

  607. Dr. Sandra Sain Says:

    I would love a copy of your book I work as a sex and relationship therapist and reccommend books and programs to my clients often. A major issue with many of my single and newly single clients is not knowing what to say. I think your book would give them a great head start.
    Sandi

  608. Julie Says:

    I suck at conversations with men that I like. I’m great with guys that I consider friends.

  609. Bob Says:

    Why i think that i need a free copy, i can all way start a
    conversation, but keep it going and keep her in the loop
    it hard because i run out thing to say, that why i feel i need a free copy of Conversation Chemistry

  610. Sybilla Turner Says:

    I need to know how to talk to men. I am newly single after 17years and other than talking to PTA and other stay at home moms, I am way out of practice.

  611. Cathi Roland Says:

    I have failed in my marriage. How did this happen? I gave 100% to our marriage, I was a good wife, I asked many questions, I listened to him, I could read my husband like a book, so why did it fall apart and not be reconcilable? Apparently I did not have the right conversation tools, I wore blinders and ear muffs. I am starting a new chapter in my life, I am moving forward, reluctancly starting divorce proceedings. I need the “proper tools” to get me through this stage. I need the “proper tools” when I go through the next phase of my life, I will do anything to prevent this from happening to anyone I know and to prevent it from happening to me again. Conversation Chemistry sounds like the “perfect tool. Cathi

  612. silvana Says:

    i love to talk and i thought that the comunication wasn`t a problem to me but……..to my surprise my bf said to me that in the relationship i can`t ask about everything and i seem a girl…. now there is too much distance and i don`t know how things will go…..please!!!!!!!!!i need to improve the art of communicating whit a man….i need to save my relationship before that the worst thing happens…..loose him …….

  613. Rani Says:

    Hi,
    i am going through a really tough time in my marriage because my husband cheated on me with a co-worker,so i just want to know how to communicate well so that everything doesn’t get out of control…

  614. Michelle gabata Says:

    I am terribly shy and haven’t met the love of my life. I know I will recognize him the moment we met and when that happens, i dont want to be curling my toes and getting tonguetied. To be able to open up and communicate to that guy that could possibly be my soulmate will make the GREAT difference in my life and persinal happiness….And I believe your book will make it happen.

  615. silvana Says:

    love to talk and i thought that the comunication wasn`t a problem to me but……..to my surprise my bf said to me that in the relationship i can`t ask about everything and i seem a girl…. now there is too much distance and i don`t know how things will go…..please!!!!!!!!!i need to improve the art of communicating whit a man….i need to save my relationship before that the worst thing happens…..loose him

  616. Michelle gabata Says:

    I am terribly shy and haven’t met the love of my life. I know I will recognize him the moment we met and when that happens, i dont want to be curling my toes and getting tonguetied. To be able to open up and communicate to that guy that could possibly be my soulmate will make the GREAT difference in my life and persinal happiness….And I believe your book will make it happen.

  617. jay Says:

    I received your newsletter and either your response got me all wrong or I selected the wrong option. I’m a man seeking women. Can you be so good to correct that for me. I’m still laughing. I don’t to give any one the wrong impression of myself that includes myself. Thanks

  618. Sean Says:

    I would like a copy of this book because I feel as though
    I’m making great progress and have learned a lot on my own
    but want to compare what I know to what you teach and look
    for commonalities and differences. Maybe I’ll learn something
    new or expand on what I already know.

  619. Katherine Says:

    I neeed to win because I have no idea about conversation what so ever!

  620. Heather Hassan Says:

    Any information and tips on how to communicate with males awould be greatly appreciated and enlightening.

  621. MARGARET EVANS Says:

    I would like to win a FREE copy of Conversation Chemistry because I also freeze up and become tongue tied when talking to a male….don’t know what to say at times. Feel intiminated and mad at myself, because at 60 yrs old….talking should be an art for me. However, I have always been shy and timid around the opposite sex and especially around a guy I really like and want to impress with my body language, talking, mannerisms, etc. Want to find Mr. Right at my age and have LTR and maybe marriage so I will have someone to share my life in my old age. Want to find true LOVE & happiness before it is too late…Do not want to die lonely without ever knowing what marriage and love with a partner is all about. Want those Step children and step Grand kids in my life. Want to enjoy the spice of life after age 60….expect to live past 90s….Thanks

  622. Sharon Deloy Says:

    I would like to win a copy of Conversation Chemistry as I am sure it would help me to overcome my fear of speaking with the opposite sex. Yes, I become tongue-tied when it comes to speaking to a man that I am attacted to. Needless to say, this puts a damper on my dating life, which in turn leaves a big hole in my life.

  623. John B Says:

    Ladies,
    You are offering what I hope will be a great product. The ability to carry on a wonderful attraction building and attraction maintaining conversation is something I’m continually striving to improve upon through researching and most importantly taking action. I hope “the best, proven advice available” that you are offering will speed my journey along. Good luck with the book.

    John B

  624. Juls Says:

    Hi Mia, many thanks for this oppurtunity.
    2 years ago i had a accident whih has prevented me from working. Over the last 12 months i have had 3 lots of magor surgery - 2 of them spinal. I have just foiund out i have a nother disc prolapse so my return to work and any form of normal life is moving further away from me.

    Prior to that i lived a very full & varied life where i interacted in both a work and social level with people of all backgrounds - Althopugh i wasstill nervous and self concious at timeswhen meeting an d talking to new people i found i could draw on my work and social personas to create a more confident me. Since my accident, i have lost my job, my home, my relationship and the masks and personas i used to hide my lack of self confidence behind.

    Comming face to face with the real world without these persona’s although a lot healthier for me has left me feeling scared of communicating as i can no longer hide or dress myself up in the masks of my job or the social/community activites i used to
    do and be a part of.

    I am much happier with the authentic me tha tis emerging - but like any fleedgling feel i need some assistance to help me fly.

  625. nVidia Says:

    well ithink i need it ..

  626. Brenda Says:

    I have suffered through one divorce of emotional abusive.
    I have a relationship now of 5- years and would love a commitment from him but have recently found out that my boyfriend cheated. Help! in deaperate need.

  627. Ricky Says:

    I simply need it because i want to stop this
    “dead air” moment.

  628. Fritz White Says:

    When I am alone with a women I just melted like ice or got frozen like ice because i am always captivated by her beauty.

  629. Ahmed Samy Says:

    It is really very important to get to know how to communicate with women as they have special languge and a vew number of men who know this language sometime if they say no it mean yes they dont have direct speach like men.

  630. Sammy Says:

    To be successful with women & learn “Inner
    Game” confidence and self image… combined with
    understanding the PSYCHOLOGY of Attraction.
    Thanks

  631. jade Says:

    To be successful, 80% lie on communication skills

  632. Janell Says:

    I am losing the interest of my boyfriend of 3 years. I’ve been under huge amounts of stress lately, and I AM BORING! I want to liven “me” up, so that I become fasinating once again. TY

  633. heather Says:

    hi mia, my name is heather. i think i need your book because im so terrible at conversation that im 32 years old and have only had 3 boyfriends :( its like i go blank every time i try to talk to a man, like i loose every thought in my head…and suddenly i have nothing to say, i just dont know whats wrong with me. and its not just men that i cant have a conversation with, i have problemas makeing small talk even. ill be sitting in a drs office and someone will try and strike a up a conversation and i end up sitting there looking foolish cause i have nothing to say; at least thats how i feel. i need help, and thats why i think i need your book…thank you…heather

  634. Amal Says:

    My husband is like a bar of soap, once I’ve got a hold of him to talk he seems to slip through my fingers again and again and again and due to this I’ve started to withdraw from him emotionally, physically and mentally.
    I feel so lonley.
    Please help.

  635. Richelda L. Lebrilla Says:

    hello good morning. i am very glad of your sending me nice article as always.it is worth reading and spent my time. i really wish to have a copy of your free book. i know it is limited and i don’t know if this request be approved.I just wish for the positive result as always you do to your subscribers. keep up the good work and may God bless you.

  636. Juls Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy, many thanks for this opportunity.

    Should say op’s now as when spell checking managed to send my unfinished comment by mistake – ughhhhhhhhh – please ignore and hopefully this one makes more sense 

    2 years ago I had an accident which has prevented me from working. Over the last 12 months I have had 3 lots of major surgery - 2 of them spinal. I have just had another MRI –highlighting further spinal damage found so my return to work and dream of any form of normal life in the near future is moving further away from me.
    Prior to that I lived a very full & varied life where I interacted at both a work and social level with people of all backgrounds - Although I was always nervous and self conscious at times when meeting and talking to new people I found I could draw on my work and social personas to create a more confident me. Since my accident, I have lost my job, my home, my relationship and the masks and personas I used to hide my lack of self confidence behind.
    Coming face to face with the real world without these persona’s although a lot healthier for me has left me feeling scared of communicating as I can no longer hide or dress myself up in the masks of my job or the social/community activates I used to
    do and be a part of.
    I am much happier with the authentic me that is emerging - but like any fledgling feel I need some assistance to help me fly in an area that has become foreign to me over the last 2 years
    I would love to win and read your new book as am sure it will give me all the help I need.
    Many thanks for reading through this and I wish you both every success with the launch.

    Kind regards

    Juls

  637. Barry Pearson Says:

    I would like a copy of this book so i can find a way to communicate with my wife and hopefully understand her better as well.I have tried other communication books to no avail and I Really Really Really need to find a a way to be able to understand each other before its to late period.Its been 4 months since we seperated and we just cant seem to talk about our issues.If your book is half as good as you say I feel it just may be what we need to restore our marriage.Communication breakdown and not being able to understand each other is our biggest problem.

  638. jackie Says:

    My husband died 2 years ago. We were married for 44 years and 34 of those years he suffered from Multiple Sclerosis. The last few years of his life he was a bed patient and I had no life outside of work and caring for him. Now I am at a lost on how to go forward with my new life.

  639. Nada Farah Says:

    I can’t talk to guys that I’m attracted it to and I seem to come out as either crazy or dumb. If nothing changes I’m gonna have to turn gay, and i really like being straight!

  640. Kisya Says:

    I’ve been a big fan of Amy and now Mia. U guys have been helping me a lot as a woman who used to make the same mistake with men. I’ve learned not just how to be irrisistable to men, but most important is i’ve learned how to make myself better! And that’s the key to be irrisistable right? And I love Mia’s newsletter that has been giving me insights about men some more with the presence of guess author! Nothing but the truth. :)
    And now i think i deserve to learn the next level in improving my communcation with men so that there will be no reason for men to resist me anymore lol! Honestly, i would LOVE to have this course coz i’ve been a loyal subscriber since. And not just that, i was told that i’m not the Kisya that my friends used to know me before! See how i’ve change with just reading newsletter?? Till then, cheers.

  641. Willie J.Perry Says:

    I would like to rediscover the chemistry with my wife, I had once. Talk is cheap,but holding it in will bog you up.

  642. Diane Purcell Says:

    Although I have been married and engaged twice, I am very shy and when I like someone I tend to run away and hide. Instead, I know, I should be going up to them and talking to them, but what about???

  643. maria goodwin Says:

    my answer is , becouse im intrested in your books you are very intresting and i would like the help and advice buy reading your book and im a very shy person and i feel i deserve a helping hand from the exsperts to help me find mr right everyone deserves to be happy.

  644. Patricia Says:

    I have found that what was once easy and spontaneous when I was younger has now become a minefield of “dodgem cars” in communication with the opposite sex! Now I find myself in the “ex married” group which comes with many challenges and the BIG one is relearning and practicing what used to come naturally. Have people changed or is it that I have; this is the big question? So, it would be nice to read what the experts say about the skill of seducing a man with your verbal and non verbal language. I’m sure there are many of us that have lost the way on this particular road as time and life has faded away these essential skills. It would be nice to have the chance of having a new, fresh opportunity to love again.

  645. luz Says:

    i’ve been with a man for almost 15 years and to tell the real truth i don’t know and i’m scared of the idea of getting a new date. i don’t know what to say or do or how to communicate with somebody unknown . or how to create an unstoppable atraction , including body launguage skills . i’m looking foward to receiving good news from you soon . luz

  646. Iqa Says:

    Amy said, “attraction is not a choice”, while Bob Grant said, “the secret to maintain a relationship is the attractions”. So Mia please… let me have the chance to know this kind of attractions through communications with men! And i beleive u and ur team has been working very hard for this course and make it so irrisistable. Conversation chemistry is what will make my communication go smooth and sound so it wont look like i’m faking it when i communiacte with men. Thx guys!

  647. tony impaler Says:

    I’m a good looking guy that doesn’t have a clue…. HELP ME!!!!

  648. ilse Says:

    Sometimes there is NO conversation at all!
    What there is, comes close to the ‘Cold War’ all over again.
    You don’t want to start a conversation because you know it will turn into a fight or worse; a shrug of the shoulders and rolling of the eyes and just plain non verbal communication that tells it all. Namely; ” I am done with you nagging and yapping etc etc.” And all you want is get it ” out in the open”. I stop and think about how many women are out there experiencing the same thing. I also worry about my daughters going through this same non- sense once they grow up. I scream in my pillow. Non - sense. that’s what it is.

  649. tony impaler Says:

    I’m a good looking guy that doesn’t have a clue…. HELP ME!!!!!

  650. Felicia Barletta Says:

    I would be thrilled if I won!!! I have been single for ten years and am very interested in “self growth”. I have been trying to learn and understand as much as I can about those “other guys” so that my next relationship will be great! And my kids would love it if this book helps me to relax and find someone special. Money is very tight so I would really appreciate it if I was chosen!……..Felicia

  651. Kate Sexton Says:

    I am not trying to attract any men, just need to communicate with the man I married. I have such a hard time talking to him, that it’s caused me to curl up in this little shell and hold everything inside. I have thoughts, suggestions, ideas, etc. but am afraid to tell him thinking he’ll think they’re dumb or wouldn’t understand and will have a way of saying things that will make me stop talking then and there! He is a very stubborn person and can have a very negative outlook on everything. Everyone driving on the same road is driving bad, people at the grocery store drive him crazy because it’s too busy, everyone in their buisiness is out to get our money…no one is guinuinly trying/wanting to help us…and the list goes on. He makes it very hard for me to talk to especially since I am quiet and a people pleaser and am very patient. He talks so much that that is why I was attracted to him. Now he talks when I want him to listen or he doesn’t talk at all! I would love to receive a book to help our marriage grow stronger. I love the mini course on Save my marriage and plan to get that book. I have already shared the emails with friends! Thank you for expertise!
    Congratulations on your book! Kate

  652. Herman Says:

    Hi Mia,

    Why you want a copy of Conversation Chemistry? Of course, I have bought your 2 previous books and you know what…It has changed my love life forever. I have never thought that your book can work (First, I did not trust to any books before..you know Many so called “dating expert” is just giving you some ynapplicable theory!)

    But your books are so different. After applying no more thatn 3 weeks, Now I have a good relationship with a woman that I ‘ve dreamed about.

    So, I would love to wait for yuor new ebook. You know I lack of converstaion skills. I am belive this book will help me so much!

    Wishing you success in this new book!

  653. Angela Wilkins Says:

    I have a very hard time comunicating with my partner, to open up and express how I feel, he does it very easily, always complaining, he wouldn’t know how i feel about anything he can only guess,cause I lack communication skills with him or it always comes out wrong or said at the wrong timeotrortroiajtiaruo;jlg

  654. Herman Says:

    Hi Mia,

    Why I do want a copy of Conversation Chemistry? Of course, I have bought your 2 previous books and you know what…It has changed my love life forever. I have never thought that your book can work (First, I did not trust to any books before..you know Many so called “dating expert” is just giving you some ynapplicable theory!)

    But your books are so different. After applying no more thatn 3 weeks, Now I have a good relationship with a woman that I ‘ve dreamed about.

    So, I would love to wait for yuor new ebook. You know I lack of converstaion skills. I am belive this book will help me so much!

    Wishing you success in this new book!

  655. Herman Says:

    Hi Mia,

    Why you want a copy of Conversation Chemistry? Of course, I have bought your 2 previous books and you know what…It has changed my love life forever. I have never thought that your book can work (First, I did not trust to any books before..you know Many so called “dating expert” is just giving you some unapplicable theory!)

    But your books are so different. After applying no more thatn 3 weeks, Now I have a good relationship with a woman that I ‘ve dreamed about.

    So, I would love to wait for yuor new ebook. You know I lack of converstaion skills. I am belive this book will help me so much!

    Wishing you success in this new book!

  656. Herman Says:

    Hi Mia,

    Why I do want a copy of Conversation Chemistry? Of course, I have bought your 2 previous books and you know what…It has changed my love life forever. I have never thought that your book can work (First, I did not trust to any books before..you know Many so called “dating expert” is just giving you some unapplicable theory!)

    But your books are so different. After applying no more thatn 3 weeks, Now I have a good relationship with a woman that I ‘ve dreamed about.

    So, I would love to wait for yuor new ebook. You know I lack of converstaion skills. I am belive this book will help me so much!

    Wishing you success in this new book!

  657. Jennifer Says:

    I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because when passing a guy I really like that works in the same facility as I do I made a lovely comment concerning the fact that we were both wearing the same color. “It’s yellow day” is all I could think of that came stumbling out of my mouth. What a goof! I’m in desperate need of conversation material. It couldn’t get much worse than that!

  658. dave Says:

    I would like to receive a free copy because I am rarely making it from paycheck to paycheck and I have been married for 23 years , and now I am single again and I am lost !

  659. Chad Says:

    Hey Mia, I’m Chad, a t-5 paraplegic whom you are going to help with his “women problems”.

    I won’t bore you with the countless programs i have bought, and how other products haven’t worked like they promised (I’ll save it all for the testimonials).

    Thanks In Advance

    Chad

  660. Bee Says:

    All my life, communication has been a big problem. It has deprived me of promotion opportunities, because I could not put ideas across to people effectively as others do or speak to people in the way that improves interpersonal relationship.
    It has affected my marriage too, as in I could not communicate my unhappiness to my spouse. Even though he could be at fault, but he always out-talked me, so much so that I clammed up years ago. I thought that was the best way to keep our marriage because by doing so, we avoid ugly quarrels which may be harmful to my young child. How wrong was I! We drifted further apart. With no proper communications, he has found comfort in his drinking buddies and got so addicted that he did not come home till midnight or early mornings everyday. That went on for 6 months. I got suspicious and after reading some suspicious messages in his handphone, I was devastated and confronted him. His instant reaction was to get a divorce since i do not trust him. It was impossible to carry on with our conversation, so i wrote him a long letter. We finally decided to work things out, but to my disappointment, it is not working. His feelings for me is lacking. I find it difficult to talk to him, to ask him what’s wrong. We have again stopped talking to each other since 2 days ago, over his drinking habits. I am not sure if i should just give up or continue to work on my marriage….I have purchased the “Save my marriage” package, tried out some of the things, but i need to know how to communicate to my spouse. I wonder if I should give a last shot in saving my marriage, before i finally give up.

  661. Tony P Says:

    Why do I want a copy of Conservation Chemstry. Well, I am a midde aged man whose spouse passed away last year. Although I am going through the healing part of my grieving, I know deep in my heart that I want to experience one more time the intimacy that I had with my late wife. I want to be able to spark a conservation with a woman without speaking like Porky Pig!(DA DEE DEE DEE DEE DEE -That’s all folks!). In addition, I want to be able to hold an intelligent conservation without her having a bored look on her face and glancing around the room as if to say “God I want to walk away from this jerk!”

    I know that this book will give even an “old guy” like me become a “chick magnet” again.

  662. Rachelle Aquino Says:

    I am married for 12 years and its not a happy one. Its been 8 years now when my husband was diagnosed with depression. Since then we live like “roommates”, our conversation revolved around the kids, dinner, and grocery shopping. We seldom go out as a family, birthdays and anniversaries seems to be forgotten. So many times, I tried to talk to him about us but I guess I am not saying or doing it the right way. I want him to open-up and let me know what is on his mind. With your new book ‘CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY” I believe that I will gain and apply new approaches on how to save and improve my marriage.

  663. Me Me Says:

    The reason is because when I’m with my girlfriends or even men that I’ve known for a long time, I am relaxed and feel and act secure and confident. I can engage in verbal banter with the best of them and everyone comes away from our conversation happy. When I’m talking to a man for the first time (or even 2nd or 3rd), I go into freeze mode and either my wit gets sarcastic or I don’t say much of anything at all. So I definitely need some guidance/guidelines on how to feel more confident in that setting…
    Thanks!

  664. Margaret Mallett Says:

    I want a copy of “Conversation Chemistry” because, both
    socially and at work, I need to be at my best. This involves
    frequent self-checks to be sure my foot is not in my mouth…
    I can often later think of many charming things I might have
    said, but can seldom think of the best thing to say at the time. When meeting people I’d like to favorably impress, I
    often find myself uttering something vaguely polite, but not
    particularly interesting.

  665. Connie Says:

    Wow! Imagine having a tool for getting conversation flowing in a balanced way! Presenting yourself in a natural, confident and loving way, always knowing what to say!

  666. Vandana Pimpalkhare-Gopalan Says:

    Over two years I have been attempting to get this man to open up. In fact he appears to be very picky, discerning, hard to please or for that matter open up to me. In fact unless I make very valuable comments via email, I know I am not going to get a reply….Therefore though we have not met.
    I know my heart tells me to pursue this guy emotionally, indulge in a lot feelings. If we have not seen each other to make conversation in person….I am longing to know him intimately even first via thru’ emails.
    My email has to be genuinine to have a conversation chemistry. I feel your new book Conversation Chemistry will bring two hearts to open up & see if there is a match in tue chemistry ? For a Pen is mightier than the Sword.

  667. Nelson Lesok Says:

    I need a copy as I was once told by my boss that i have communication problem, I aso faced similar problem when i was with a girl and she left because i could not talk much to her as most of the time i do thinking myself. In the end it was concluded we had communication breakdown.

    The copy you send would really open my mind and see how i can relate to opposite sex, even if iam emotional.
    As when i become emotional i stop talking whether angry, having a crush on a girl, or sad.

    Thank you and hope to receive the conversation chemistry.

    Regards,

    Nelson Lesok
    Nelson Lesok

  668. krishna Says:

    Hiya!

    The reason I deserve the free copy of your book is because I am a poor student! But also because each time I read your newsletter I get a boost of confidence from it and try to implement the ideas. And thanks to that boost I am able to be myself and be loved for being myself. But,I need to learn more from you to stop myself from crumbling like a cookie whenever I want to express myself in certain situations with people. And finally, because I know you can help!

  669. Constance Jacobs Says:

    I am finally able to start dating again - raised two wonderful sons and took care of my parents until they passed away. Just never had a chance over the years to think about what I really needed! Now, I realize I need training in the worst way to open myself up for a relationship.

    I would deeply appreciate being considered for Conversation
    Chemistry.

    Thank you.

  670. Rachelle Aquino Says:

    I am married for 12 years, my husband and I have a communication gap since he was diagnosed with depression. I am the talker so to speak but I guess I am not saying or doing it the right way. With your new book ‘CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY’ I believe I will gain and apply new approaches on how to save and improve my marriage.

  671. Debora Says:

    The importance of communication skills should never be underestimated.Communications can make or break a relationship.This is true of both, personal and professional/business relationships.
    Many potential personal relationships fizzle out before they even had a chance to develop, and many relationships fall apart because of poor communication skills.The same is true about professional/business relationships.There are just too many missed opportunities… Finally, let us not forget that it was miscommunication that led to World War 1.
    The reason I would like to receive a copy of “Conversation Chemistry” is because one is never too old to learn.

  672. tom Says:

    My relation-ship is sinking, blub blub blub
    lost trust, emotionally exhausted, want help

  673. Ianthe Says:

    I live in a small city in China with a population of around 12 -20 foreigners. Making conversation isn’t easy, but it’s even worse when there are only a handful of people. You have to make every conversation count. Since I also have ‘foot-in-mouth’ disease, I am constantly removing one foot only to replace it with another. :-) So, I really need some advice on how to make sure they don’t want to talk to anyone else! LoL

  674. Vandana Pimpalkhare-Gopalan Says:

    typographical error …true chemistry ( in the second last line ) ..please correct it.

    Please correct to read ~~
    Also in the mid area…Therefore though we have not met, my heart tells me to pursue this guy emotionally, indulge in a lot of feelings.

  675. Rachelle Aquino Says:

    I want a copy of your new book ‘CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY’ because I want to gain and apply new approaches on how to save and improve my marriage.

  676. Giles Ojo Says:

    All my life, I’ve been a victim of inconfidence and nervousness. Eventhough i seem to know what to say at the right time, I find it hard to garner the guts to let it in the air. With the little i have read on the contents of the new book- Communication Chemistry- i have the absolute belief that i am going to realise my desires by reading the book as well as be grateful i got it free when it was hot….I NEED IT.

  677. Amanda Says:

    Conversation Chemistry! Why do I want a copy of it? The name speaks for itself. However there are so many reasons why this sounds like such a wonderful book/package and how I was lusting for it the second I read the e-mail. I am a junior in college majoring in Human Development and Family Studies. I plan on going to graduate school to get my Masters in Marriage and Family therapy. One key to my major is understanding how humans interact and the communication they share with eachother. I, personally, believe I have a great understanding of how to communicate with a woman, but when it comes to men, my mind goes blank. If i were able to obtain a free copy of this awesome book, I feel it would highly benefit me as a person for the workforce and for the relationships I may encounter with men throughout my life. I am person who can get very anxious when talking to a man, because I never know quite what to say, and it always seems to backfire especially when I am dating a man. I think by having this book it would increase my likelyhood of being successful in relationships with a man because I wouldn’t constanly be thinking in my mind, “What do I say next?”.
    In conclusion Mia, PLEASE PLEASEEE let me have the awesome chance to get a free copy of your book. I think it would benefit me so much as a person for the future in my career and relationships. :):):) THANK YOU!

  678. Travis Carrier Says:

    Hi Amy and Mia,

    I have recently been re-emersed into the relationship game. My girlfriend and I have been dating for over 3 months now, but our conversations lately have been in bursts. Every once in a while we’ll talk for hours, and then other days barely 5 minutes. This book would give me the opportunity to apply your information to my life, both work and relationship to make me a better rounded human being. I will then finally be able to prevent this great relationship from failing and having to start from scratch.

    Thanks for your time,

    Travis

  679. sweetpe Says:

    In conversation with men I seem to bore them

  680. Pam Whitney Says:

    After being married for 36 yrs, I still have a difficult time talking with my husband about the problems we have. He has a tendency to want to stop me before I can get more than a few words out. It’s hard to have the conversation when you are told to “shut up” or “stop harping on the same things all the time”. Maybe I could use some of your suggestions to keep the conversation window open. Thank you.

  681. Joshua Says:

    Hey there my name is Joshua and I really really need your book. So many times I been in the middle of a conversation with a woman and BAM a quiet moment of silence occurs. One of if not the worst thing about approaching women is the fact that I have no idea what to say to get them to be attracted to me. I know how important it is to have a good mouth piece ya know. I’ve watched in amazement as other guys done these things with great ease and I wonder what do they got that I don’t got. Maybe they had older brothers and cousins to school them on the game. I’m 22 year old and I don’t whata go another day without know exactly how to create chemistry with women. I may miss out on the woman of my dreams just because I don’t know how to talk to her ya know. So please help me I really need that book!!!???

  682. Adva Epstein Says:

    To learn and improve my connection with people, as well as overcome some insecurities in relationships. To gain understanding and empathy.

  683. Adva Epstein Says:

    to love better

  684. Cheah Tze Ming Says:

    I can converse easily and fluently with opposite sex without feeling shy anymore

  685. Andrew Says:

    I believe that Conversation Chemistry would be beneficial not only on dating and the opposite sex but also in the areas of business and other personal interactions.

  686. AJ Says:

    I admitt it.
    I have a serious problem.
    I would like to use this golden oppurtuniny to recieve “Conversation Chemistry” because… well i have a serious problem. I dont seem able to have the ability to TALK to extremely gorgeous women!! I jsut dont know what happens to me! One minute im fine.. you know confident and talkative, but them icome face to face with this stunning woman and…well… lets just say, the serious problem kicks in.I Freeze, Stutter and it hurts me when she turns her back on me and i realize i just missed our on this incredibly great great oppurtunity to actually get to know this woman. All beacause i couldnt utter a few words out of my mouth.Pathetic if you really think about it. It sucks. So i would really like to improve on these problems that i have been having and the only way i know how to do that, is to get”conversation Chemistry”. I know that i will benefit and improve on my talkin to women if i do get this free oppurtunity, An i would deeply appreciate it if i do.
    Thank you for giving me the time to explain. Thanks

  687. Stephen Says:

    My wife and I are going through an extremly difficult time.

    I have recently discovered she had an affair and it’s tearing us apart.

    Although she has ended the affair, I not sure how to communicate with her in trying to rebuild our marraige.

    We both stuggle trying to talk to each other to share our feelings.

    I want to learn how to talk to my wife again and hope your book might be the ticket.

    Thanks.

  688. Ronald Says:

    I have a feeling this book is gonna be different from all the other conversation books by pickup gurus out there, and I hope it won’t disappoint. I’m tired and frustrated of having inadequate conversation skills and boring women and guys alike. I wish that I can create rapport and have fun with all kinds of people in my conversations, but I can only watch as other guys (or girls) have all the fun while I try to figure out their secrets. It gets really painful and lonely after a while if you can’t really connect with someone and be interesting, and it hurts to see their attention slowly drawn away. I want to learn more about other people and add value to their lives, and I also want them to learn more about me, but sadly, I lack the social skills. I hope that I can win one of the copies of Conversation Chemistry and turn my life around for the better.

  689. Sandra Says:

    I would LOVE to have this book for one reason. I have no problem being friendly with men; my problem arises when I can’t tell when I’ve crossed the threshold from “potential” to “just friends”. I can laugh and make a man feel more at ease. I am a pretty good listener (to everyone). And just when I feel like there is that elusive chemistry, BAM! I get hit with a dose of “just friends” reality. Please, Please, Please show me how to avoid that and I will give you my first-born!

  690. Chayil B Says:

    I’ve been reading your e-mail comments for about a year, after a very dramatic summer. In the spring of 2005 I had begun planning my wedding to my fiance of 15 years. We had planned to marry in Sept. of 2005, however, it was not to be he pasted away aa a result of an illness in July of 2005. Needless to say I have never had to, for lack of a better term, “present myself. I purposed that I would not let this tragedy stop me from living a fullfilling life. I’ve learned a lot about myself thanks to your messages, most of all how my attitude was pushing people away from me. I must tell you that I am in my late 40’s and if i may say so, I’m what many consider pleasing to the eyes, but my demeanor sucked- thanks to you i am learning to smile more and to more receptive to other people. I now feel that I am ready to date again, something I have not done in a long time,I find that when I’m with male friends we have a lot to talk about mainly our jobs and our ministry, yes I am a minister, but i would love to be more open to other topics of conversation. Nevertheless, I thank you for what i have learned from you thus far. It has not just helped me with my relationship with the opposite sex but with people in general, mainly my family. God Bless you for what you’re doiong it has greatly changed my life.

  691. Chayil B Says:

    I’ve been reading your e-mail comments for about a year, after a very dramatic summer. In the spring of 2005 I had begun planning my wedding to my fiance of 15 years. We had planned to marry in Sept. of 2005, however, it was not to be he pasted away aa a result of an illness in July of 2005. Needless to say I have never had to, for lack of a better term, “present myself. I purposed that I would not let this tragedy stop me from living a fullfilling life. I’ve learned a lot about myself thanks to your messages, most of all how my attitude was pushing people away from me. I must tell you that I am in my late 40’s and if i may say so, I’m what many consider pleasing to the eyes, but my demeanor sucked- thanks to you i am learning to smile more and to more receptive to other people. I now feel that I am ready to date again, something I have not done in a long time,I find that when I’m with male friends we have a lot to talk about mainly our jobs and our ministry, yes I am a minister, but i would love to be more open to other topics of conversation. Nevertheless, I thank you for what i have learned from you thus far. It has not just helped me with my relationship with the opposite sex but with people in general, mainly my family. God Bless you for what you’re doiong it has greatly changed my life.

  692. Chayil B Says:

    comment above

  693. Charlet Says:

    I would like a copy of conversation chemestry because during a conversation with the opposit sex, I’m a total loss for the right words to express or convey the right message.

    Thanks
    Charlet

  694. Charlet Says:

    Unable to express or convey the right message.

  695. Karen Blayney Says:

    I want a copy of the book because it will help me communicate with men. I have had several bad relationships (they cheated on me) and I want to learn how to do this better. I would also like to meet the right person and settle down, since I am 53 and still looking for a committed partner.

  696. beth Says:

    I am new into this, but I am getting regular emails from Amy. Knowing from what I have read about Amy,and partnering with Mia Summers, I am sure this book will be of great help to women to boost their confidence in meeting men.
    I want a copy of it because I am very sure this works for me to develop my confidence and in the end have a well rounded personality. Good job! And thanks for helping women.

  697. nicole nix Says:

    I am 40 with 3 very young children, my husband and I are separated as of 2months ago; and we cannot and never have been able to communicate effectively without intense arguing.

    Help, we still need to go through 1 year of separation and 15 years of co parenting!

  698. Sonia Davis Steadman Says:

    My partner and I are constantly at either end of the table and just cannot find a common ground to solve problems even when I try to compromise he still holds on to what he think is the right decision even to the detriment of our marriage.

    (Situation - he allows his ex to speak to him disrepectful/demanding as if to say jump and he ask how high) and this is really getting to me we just cannot see eye to eye, he is seeing it as I don’t want him to do anything for his child and I am seeing it as her being disrepectful in wanting him to do things for his daughter with her being there at all times
    thanks. I hope I will be one of the lucky persons I really need to know the ins and outs of communicating with him

  699. Amber Says:

    I am 32 years old and still afraid of talking to men!!!

  700. Bryan Says:

    All of us guys have read dating tips and advice written by male authors. However, I would like to read advice written from the female perspective. Who better to give dating advice to men than women themselves…

  701. laura williams Says:

    I feel like I stumble alot when trying to make conversation with a guy.I also have a wall built up,because I just went through a rough break up.Right now I feel very insecure talking and being around a guy.To make conversation I’m not sure how to start a conversation with a guy.I think this would help me in this area.Thank you and I have really enjoyed the course.

  702. Mary-Ann Jakimeczko Says:

    hello Mia and Amy,
    it’s exciting to know that you’ve written another book that will enhance the interaction between men and women. The art of conversation is so vital, and being able to learn more about the special conversations that men share with women would be wonderful. Naturally it would be very interesting to learn how to increase that type of chemistry by understanding techniques as to how to make yourself more desirable. I’m a 43-year-old disabled woman who has never been married. With my condition I’m physically very weak all over, however, cognitively there is no deficit and one of my definite assets would be in the verbal arena. I would love to have a copy of your book, to hone my skills and try to become a more desirable/dynamic companion. There has not been a special man in my life for two years, the perhaps after reading the book and practicing it, 2008 may bring a new man if my speech was more enticing. Truly enjoy your newsletter and I know I would love your book. Thanks.

  703. Joel Ramirez Says:

    I have had met this amazing girl & i know i have much to offer her but whenever our eyes meet there will only ensue short talk & then the bye’s or later’s… this is why im keeping my distance, i know im worthy but to come near in this mindset could translate into neediness- toungue tied perhaps.

  704. david Says:

    Well 5 weeks ago today my wife of 13yrs left with my children without warning or reason. I have been with this woman for 15yrs and only with her and now I dont know if I could even approach a woman let alone speak to her. I have been faithful to the same person for so long I don’t even know where to start. I wish I could just have the confidence to socialise and be normal again.

  705. Susan Says:

    I am 47 years old, in March, and have been divorced for 21 years. I never remarried. I have had a few relationships but definitely with the wrong type of men. This is, I am sure, because I do not know how to start a conversation or keep the conversation going for that matter. I didn’t have the best role models growing up as far as love is concerned. Fighting, mistrust and submission is what I learned. I have been trying to self help for a long, long time. I have come a long way but still could use any help I can get. I would love a copy of your book, please pick me. Thank you for any help or suggestions.

  706. noreen Says:

    To create passion in your relationship
    to listen and understand with love
    to keep the flowing of the conversation

  707. tighlas Says:

    Thank you for your help

  708. tighlas Says:

    thank you for your help in your advises

  709. anis Says:

    Dear Mia & Amy,

    I had been cheating once and have forgive him for a second chance scince the woman put a black magic spell upon him. because he is very easily do what u ask to do this might let the woman go back to him againt

  710. Lillian Montes de Oca Says:

    I’d like a free copy because i just do not know how to communicate with men! I will probably end up buying a copy because I never know how to start a coversation with a male without revealing too much information about myself or know when my friendliness will be mistaken for flirtiness (when it’s not!) ;therefore refrain form starting a conversation with the opposite sex and just wait until they approach me.

  711. Menchie Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy,

    First of all, i would like to say thank you for giving me an opportunity to read and learn somethings, new things, about us women, men and relationships.

    I am 40, single and shy when it comes to men and coversations with men i am attracted to, so getting a copy if choosen will be helpful. Though i always believe that each person is unique and has to find and discover ways naturally, but then it always helps to listen to people like you who i can say already are experts because of your experience.

    Thank you and more power.

    Menchie

  712. Laura Says:

    It has been a long time since I have dated; I recently separated from my husband. I was a stay at home for 15 years and the most conversation I have during a day is with my 2 year old. Conversation won’t come easily unless I am discussing diapers or potty training with him. I don’t think that would be very appealing, though. I am a quiet person, so I know having a conversation with a man of interest would be total chaos. Please Help!

  713. Brenda Says:

    Conversation is what every women wants. Communication is what she needs. And lasting conversation, communication and understanding would be her treasure.

    Creating the chemistry with a special man right from the very start. Sharing thoughts, hopes, fears in pure harmony.

    Conversation chemistry might be the spark that unites hydrogen and oxygen and makes water.

  714. Cindy Says:

    I deserve a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I have been single for almost seven years and have been trying to get myself ‘out there,’ the past few years, and to no avail…HELP!

  715. Farbod Says:

    I have not had a girlfriend for over 15 years, and if I don’t get help and don’t find a grilfriend, out of lack of love, my heart will explode. So you might here it on the news.

  716. Myrian Says:

    To improve my relationships with men

  717. Brenda Says:

    ok

  718. Taher Says:

    Why do I deserve this? Well let me put it this way. I have a “speech problem”, I stutter a little when I speak. Because of this, I am quite kept back when speaking to people who I don’t know.

    Alot of times when I go out with Women, esp in a group, I am deemed as the quite one and creating conversations is kinda tough for me. Nonetheless I try my best to break my barriers and I end up talking nonsense. lol

    Anw, you must be hearing this same story over and over. What you should know is that this guy can actually learn and apply compared to others who simply just read and toss it aside. I like mingling with people of the opposite sex. Its fun.

    Thanks for your time sweeties.

  719. Taher Says:

    Oh and if you ladies suddenly feel the need to communicate with me, you feel as though you need to speak with this guy, you have my email. :)

  720. Tammy Gardner Says:

    I would like a free copy because I have been single for 20 years and have not dated in a long time and not sure of how to go about it anymore. I haven’t done too well in this area.

  721. lim Says:

    why do I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry? I want it cos its about chemistry right? chemistry that actuallys works!

  722. pamela donkor Says:

    Dear Mia,

    I have just returned from Taiwan for a break to re-evaluate my marriage, having just found out that my husband has been committing adultery for the past three years. He is a Muslim, has conned me out of all of my earnings and has a control over me that I can’t seem to escape from; even now, with the distance between us.

    I feel I am at my bottom; very confused and lost. This book would assist me in gaining my own control in future dealings with him and to effectively communicate what I want and need.

    Thank you for your consideration.

    Sioerely,

    Pam

  723. Victor Says:

    Hi Mia

    If I had a copy of your Conversation Chemistry e-book, I could understand why I get great moments with some women and disgusting moments with another women.

    It’s a kind of rare chemistry, astrology, numerology?, I don’t know. Many guru experts’ recommendations don’t work every time. Until the moment I still depend on the luck.

    I don’t know if I can understand women in a near future, I love them and I would like to give them the best of me, but I feel it don’t depend on me. I hope your book give the answers that I look for.

    Thanks for this opportunity
    Víctor

  724. Muriel France Bridgeforth Says:

    I am a sexy educated woman, and I have to sometimes not let a guy know about my education because he feel that I am too educated for him. I have had guys say things like I can’t relate things to you, and and I never hear from them again. I have learned that if I don’t let that be known then I might have a chance to keep a frined to communicate with. I don’t boast about it but would like to know how I can hold a conversation with the opposite sex.

    Muriel

  725. Arianne Says:

    Hello, Ive been a big fan of all the advice you have to give. One of my major problems is exactly this. I feel sometimes i will never find happiness because of my enability to communicate. Whether its dating or in a relationship I always feel alone and in the dark, please help me.

  726. Muz Says:

    Having problems with my wife and would like to learn to communicate better.

  727. Muriel France Bridgeforth Says:

    I just completed my Masters in Business Adminstration. I really want it all, the good life and someone to share it with too.

  728. C.S. Says:

    Hello Mia,

    I have worked in sales, communication and PR most of my life. Conversation comes easy, when I am in my element so to speak, such as a business situation. In a random personal setting, when no personal interest is at stake, conversation is also easy. In fact, I get a lot of compliments for being a delightful conversation parter. But when something is at stake… when I have met that great guy, all good senses seem to go flying out the window. I have never been good at small talk. In a social situation I may listen to some of the mindless jibberjabber that other people engage in sometimes but I could not really ‘talk about the weather’ much myself. Not for a long time anyways. I am a bit intense and purpose driven. Not a good set up for a budding romance some times. I realize that, but I am who and how I am. Men that are interested are easily threatened by me. I do not want to hide my personality and I do not want to force a change on myself that I will not be able to maintain. But maybe dress it up a bit differently so that the guys do not go running for the hills or tuck in their tail when we meet and chat it up. If I really want to ‘close the deal’ with a guy, I can reel him in by going into the selling mode so to speak. But that is just not very authentic. A good middle ground to keep a guy around long enough so he can appreciate an inquisitive and sometimes intense mind and a driven personality.

    So I hope you feel my ‘plight’ is deserving of your generosity.

    Kind regards,
    CS

  729. joe Says:

    i want to learn more about conversaton chemistry .so probably i will use its beneifiets to attarct someone who knows lol.i will be gratfull if you could send me a copy

  730. elier Says:

    i really need this copy because i need to get this girl that i been wanted to date but i just dont have the balls to talk to her we are friends but i need to know how to move from there to the next level and i know this will help me a lot because you guys are the best.

  731. Bill Says:

    Conversation with women is one of life’s greatest mysteries. After years of ‘experience’, I’m convinced we speak different languages. However I’m even more convinced that I really don’t know how to bridge our two languages. Your book looks like it could be invaluable. I know you’ll be doing me (and those who know me) I great service in helping me demystify this part of my life. I’m looking forward to it!

  732. Jennifer Says:

    I don’t just WANT a copy of your book, I NEED copy of your book! My husband and I agree on one thing in our marriage…we do not communicate! My 5 yr old daughter asked me the other day if me and her daddy argued when he lived here and I told her no, and I think that was one of our problems, we didn’t even know how to argue!! That is why I feel we need a copy of your book. Thanks!

  733. Rose Says:

    Your description of this book made me sit up a little straighter. As much as I love men, I just cannot talk to them! If I meet a member of the opposite sex, my confidence goes on vacation.
    I blush.
    I stutter.
    I fidget.
    I say the wrong things.
    I once got up the courage to walk up to a man at a party and accidentally opened with “I don’t believe we’ve been seduced yet”- oops! Needless to say, we didn’t talk for long. Your advice always hits home. Please help my next conversation with an attractive man survive past hello!

  734. federico bonnelly Says:

    When there is a silent you feel the world is coming down and I don’t want that feeling anymore

  735. Malia Bawden Says:

    I cant wait to come home everyday to read what you have to say about men, dating, etc. I have been told many times that I am beautiful and I need to get out more and meet men. My friends just dont understand that its hard for me to open up and start talking to men. I have used some of the advice Ive already learned from you and Im dying to learn more!!! Even if Im not picked I thank you very much for what you have already taught me. Youre the best!!

  736. Rosemarie Says:

    Hi, Ms. Mia. Iam so glad that you are offering this book I know I really need this because in the past and even right now I kept on missing the right opportunities to have the right guy even if he is right in front of me because I fear that I won’t be able to please him by the way I converse due to shame that I might not suit to the kind of talk he wants…it seems im always not sure what could best make the opposite sex like to stick and talk with me.

    Thank you that you are giving me hope to improve on this one problem iI have for a long time.

    Love,
    rosemarie

  737. Madeleine Bridges Says:

    I feel, that communications is the most important expect of relationships. I enjoy communicating with members of the opposite sex, I am not shy or timid, however I am interested in developping good conversation skills which will widen my horizons. I am hopeful to be one of the lucky winners.

  738. Madeleine Bridges Says:

    Have I done something wrong? My comments regarding “Coversation Chemistry” have been excepted? Or should I write another one?
    Please advise,

  739. Diana Says:

    I guess the reason why i love to win this book would be for the reason is i have been in a 10.5 year relationship and i have a third baby on the way and he walked out on me for another women that has 3 three children herself and i would like to know how to talk to a man , and feel nice about and not have those moments where i would think, did i say something wrong, he looked at me funny . Did that make me look stupid?
    Thank you
    Diana

  740. Mintyfresh0 Says:

    I have no trouble letting the “wrong” guys come on to me with all their meaningless and empty come ons. The problem, as see it, is that I’m not engaging the “right” guys by encouraging them or making the first move myself and starting up and carrying on a conversation. At least that is what I hope will help to make the difference in my relationship choices (a long with some other soul searching enlightenment). Otherwise, I give up on romance. I’m hoping your book will provide a breakthrough for me by shedding some outdated notions that I have regarding women approaching men. I’m looking forward to reading your book. Thank you for writing it.

  741. Nanar Says:

    Because I believe that I Deserve a better relationship and good boyfriend than the once that I had already. And this situation making me feel sick or not as everyone in this world. I’m prety and well educated, classy Lady but i don’t know how to have a successful relationship (it’s not fair).

    I want to thank you for the good work your doing for people like me.(By the way i suggest that a new subject should be added in the schools which is Relationships).

  742. Jenny Says:

    Building & Maintain the lasting attraction is the key for any successful relationship. Communication is essential. How to express verbally and read other’s body language is part of it.

    Another reason I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry: It’s the first step to approaching man and attract the one you’re interested.

    If I’ve already have everything inside then this is the kicking start to bring out that irrisistable and confidence fox inside.

    Jenny

  743. Rael Says:

    I am shy and conscious of what a guy would think of me if i initiated a conversation with them. This copy of conversation chemistry will come in handy and i trust it would help me learn what to do when with a man.

  744. BHARGAV Says:

    THANKS
    IT WILL HELP ME GREATLY …

  745. Shilpa Says:

    I want to improve my communication skills!

  746. Vedastus Says:

    I am a self-supporting social worker helping the youth in the restoration of morals.As i find difficulty on the topic of dating I believe your “conversation Chemistry” will be of great help.
    Thanks,
    V.

  747. Avrille Says:

    I would love to have a copy of your book so that I don’t have any more “Ugly Betty” moments. My body doesn’t always move well in coordination (eg. I tend to have 2 left feet at the same time when I am in the company of men [& women]). So, I am hoping that with your book, I won’t be tripping over my tongue/mouth again. At least, I would be able to control that part of my body.

    Thank you!

    ps I am from Penang, Malaysia.

  748. D. R. Tracy Says:

    Do you have to use my name?

    I know LOTS of men, and am a great greeter - BUT - after that I have a hard time keeping the conversation going and it just seems to drop in mid air. That is why I would like the book regarding conversation chemistry.

    Thanks

  749. Henk Kruger Says:

    My wife (as well as other people) claim that I say things which I can often not recall. I would also sometimes find out that I was in a very “different” conversation than I initially thought, especially with my wife. I struggle to express myself, and I hate talking to my wife when she wants to discuss any emotional subject. I also never have the words to comfort, support or encourage my wife when she needs me to, although I desperately want to be able to.

  750. rudy Says:

    27 still single not a virgin, had one relationship and it was all giving and not receiving (wuss i presume). I get interest from woman everywhere, every conversation with them leads to “lets just be friend” and that puts u down. I really really wanna CHANGE that. so who else knows their stuffs better than them ladies? its them of course. a written book from them is a gift that cant be missed.

    thank u

  751. rudy Says:

    27 still single not a virgin, had one relationship and it was all giving and not receiving (wuss i presume). I get interest from woman everywhere, every conversation with them leads to “lets just be friend” and that puts u down. I really really wanna CHANGE that. so who else knows their stuffs better than them ladies? its them of course. a written book from them is a gift that cant be missed.

    thank u

  752. Alex Maina Says:

    I want conversation chemistry book coz’I need to know why I lost many face to face encounters with a girl I loved.One day we talked for a whole day in an African savannah but I could win.I couldnt comprehend her responses.When her NO menat yes and vice versa.

    I need this book.

  753. Alex Maina Says:

    I want conversation chemistry book coz’I need to know why I lost many face to face encounters with a girl I loved.One day we talked for a whole day in an African savannah but I couldnt win.I couldnt comprehend her responses.When her NO menat YES and vice versa.

    I need this book.

  754. terry jenkins Says:

    i want to be able to attract womeen easily and be able to intrique them with my insightfullnes.

  755. Alex Maina Says:

    I want conversation chemistry book coz’I need to know why I lost many face to face encounters with a girl I loved.One day we talked for a whole day in an African Savannah but I couldnt win.I couldnt comprehend her responses.When her NO meant YES and vice versa.

    I need this book.

  756. vickie Ramrick Says:

    I have always had problems talking to men, and i never no what to say, it’s always been my down fall. that’s why all the wrong men pick me, and hurt me, because they know they can take aadvantage of me. i have been abuse by so many men, both physical, and emotionally due to this fact, if i knew better how to speak with them, maybe i will have a better chance, this would mean an awful lot to me. hope my chance are good,and a start of a new me,and how to talk to a man. tahnk you.

    vickie Ramrick

  757. Mangus Says:

    Your claim to be able to help Me “put an end to communication blunders with the opposite sex, and discover how to how to talk to the opposite sex (and including essential body language skills) in such a way as to create, build and maintain unstoppable attraction” is very appealing. At the ripe age of 58 and newly divorced coupled with the fact I have been out of the dating game for 30+ years lends to any and all help in getting ‘with it’ on the scene would be tremendously appreciated to one on a fixed income. The ability to get past the shyness and help in recognizing the body language signs would definitely be beneficial to Me. Thanks for the chance to explain My ‘problem’ and the wonderful opportunity to win a copy of your Conversation Chemistry, a book which would be a welcome to My limited library.

  758. Tusita Says:

    I want to improve my communication skills from experts like you. I want to create more
    friendships as life is too short to spend a hell of a lot of time trying to make friends.
    On the other hand if I’m easy going & communicate well with others, it’ll certainly help
    me to make others feel good when I interact with them easily. So ladies please pick me to
    receive your book & you will be very happy to pick me, as I’ll always remember your gift
    helped me to become a great conversationlist Thanks for caring. Good luck to you both!!

  759. Wanda Sue McGhee Says:

    I am in dire need of this book if it will help with communication with my spouse, we have been married 25 yrs and have been separated for 6 months, because he had an affair and is living with the girlfriend. He has it in his mind that i can’t forgive him or forget what he has done to our marriage. I like a fool, still love the cheater and want him home, but it seems like everytime i try to talk to him, I must say the wrong thing because he does not contact me for a few days. so i am in dire need of something to help me communicate better and maybe restore my marriage.
    thanks for your consideration.
    Wanda McGhee

  760. shyam Says:

    hi
    it is very interesting to lern how to talk to people
    specily wemans i am relly waiting for the lessons
    thanks
    shyam

  761. Jacqui Says:

    I need conversation chemistry, after 32 years awkward silences have become part of my life and I need them banished forever…HELP

  762. Aneez Says:

    can u sent me ur books paper edition(if posible free of cost) to me by post
    Aneez
    IES
    P B No.389
    Dubai
    U A E
    thanks in advance

  763. Anas Says:

    I dont know y somedays she loves the way i am some days she doenst. She’s being loved feels ma love on her but she’s thinking us being better off as friends. I dont wanna lose her to another guy cos she’s one in a million for me, she’s sweetkiller i love her more than anything for me i need this copy im really in need of that now to make things right for us. I’l be much greatful if i receive that copy of advice, i hope it’d do alot of help to me in ma life, cos ive decided long ago that im gonna spend ma life with her forever.

  764. Josh Says:

    It seems like all my life I’ve struggled to know what to say to the opposite sex. I’ve never had a long term relationship or any fulfilling relationship with women. In the last few years I have been making changes in my life to improve my chances of being successful with women. I’m looking forward to seeing what this book has to offer so it can help me on the way to success.

  765. Abran Says:

    I really need to learn how to speak to the opposite sex. I need to stop screwing things up for the next person that trys to start a conversation with with whatever poor girl I’ve targeted (is that a helpful way of thinking - targeting?). I really need to learn how to start talking and what to say. Pleeeease…..take pity on me!

  766. Cindy Says:

    I would really love a copy of your book because i don’t know some where along the line i lost the plot. I am someone who love to talk, i mean anything and everything and seeing that i am very open minded i never have a problem talking about sex, well it seems these days i can’t do that with my husband, i have a feeling he had an affair and since then i just can’t seem to talk to him because my mind is always wondering is he still talking to her. When i see a romantic schene on tv i wonder to myself is he thinking of her. Our sex life has suffered i guess we have both lost interest. I so want to get that “in love” feeling back with my husband as we have been together for 19 years and he has always been the love of my life but now we can sit next to each other for an hour and not have a word to say to each other. I want my partner back the man who was my best friend and my lover.If i can just get him to open up to me just talk to me and tell me what is going on what we can do to fix it and what it is we are both feeling instead of keeping it inside and letting it rip us apart. So please i can do with some help from your book maybe the secret to getting back the magic is in your book.

  767. sheila Says:

    i havent had a bf after 10 years of widowhood. i dont know what to say to guys that arent my brothers, cousins or nephews. im a mess and need all the help i can get or i will be alone the rest of my life, always the dutiful auntie…

  768. shalini Says:

    hi,,,,

    i need this free course coz i feel i can work on myself better on reading your study towards the subject.

    i deserve it coz i feel am good and i need to carve myself into a confident human being and i need ur book as a support.

    i have read ur earlier free mini courses of amy and mia,
    i feel they are good, and they make the person reading feel confident and they are good their survey and very helpful to others.

  769. shalini Says:

    hi,,,,

    i need this free course coz i feel i can work on myself better on reading your study towards the subject.

    i deserve it coz i feel am good and i need to carve myself into a confident human being and i need ur book as a support.

    i have read ur earlier free mini courses of amy and mia,
    i feel they are good, and they make the person reading feel confident and they are good their survey and very helpful to others

  770. Honey Says:

    I require this book because being in the field of sales and marketing, a certain Military guy in my office tends to take me NOT TOO SERIOUSLY … based on my gender. I want to prove to him that i can blow away his mind and any other guy I Come across in any situation!!

  771. Sandy Says:

    Mia,
    Great Marketing technique!

    to give it a “whirl”, let me just say,

    1) this is one of my main criteria, for a mate, men, friends, or business associates! (Healthy communication)

    They must be a “mature adult”, in that they have adequit communication skills. (To take a “piece” from Harville Hendrix), steps are:
    1) Mirroring,
    2) Validation
    3) Empathy’
    this should not just simply be a formula, but come naturally.
    Some people (I have noticed), will try to “fake” it. Communication skills cannot be faked, nor can Empathy.

    this would be one of the factors to determine weather one is “shallow”, or not, psychopath or not. Sure, one does not want to dump a life history on someone, and wants to be light hearted, funny, and simple on the first meeting/s. But lets just see, if someone is coming from their Heart, their Core, their Honor, or if they are just trying to blow “smoke”. (It’s called being Real)
    I would be interested in what you have to say. I am always looking to gather information/research, and improve myself. I am open minded, that is why I would like a copy of your book.
    Sandy

  772. Charlene Nel Says:

    our marriage is on the edge of a breakdown and i know it has to do with effective communication. Please send me a copy of your book to help me with conversation chemistry. I AM DESPERATE! I told my husband that i want to seperate.

  773. simmi Says:

    Hi,
    I was in relationship. I was always very direct in expressing my feelings for my guy sometimes sometimes it worked but later on he bacame jugdemental about me.

    At that point i regretted expressing my feelings for him, so i almost stopped speking my heart to him thinking he will get offended.

    It din work out.My relationship became bad to worst.

    I don know wat i said that scared him so much to even come near to me. I felt dat i had bcum a needy girlfreind who desperately wanted this guy.

    But the truth is i really liked him, a lot infact but din know how to make it work.

    Don know wat killed the relationship. Me or my words

    I keep saying to myself that we were not meant to be. But i dont want to repeat my mistakes. I have learned and want to learn more to be a better person…..

  774. simmi Says:

    Hi Mia,

    Everything starts from expressing our emotions to others. Sometimes it works and sometimes it becomes a reason for end of relationship.

    I have felt it…. Its very painful..Dont wish to feel it again..

    I want to learn and be a better person..a lovable person…

  775. Eugene Says:

    Hi there! I would really like to get a copy because I am 26, single, attractive, honorable, caring etc. The point is it doesn’t matter what a nice person I am, I never get to meet any women because I am to scared to even think about starting a conversation! I am so lonely yet I can’t do anything about and I think your book would be a very big help for me to find a nice Lady!

    Thank you for reading my comment and reason!

  776. Gina Hall Says:

    Hi there,

    I am a conversational cripple….I clam up when in a social situation and leave all the talk to others. I’m ok with one-on-one, but only with people I know well. I get tongue tied, can’t think of what to say to start a conversation and am generally wimpy about talking to guys…even my own boyfriend! How lame is that? I am actually a very intelligent woman, but the fear of embarassing myself keeps me from opening up and sharing. I’d really love to learn how to get the “conversational chemistry” flowing. I could learn a lot and have a lot to give, if only………..

  777. Tounette Schmidt Says:

    I really need this book because everytime the opposite sex will try to talk to me, I become so nervouse and I start blushing and then I start perspiring and what ever comes out of my mouth, feels so stupid and it always comes out wrong. I start to stutter and I cant pronounce the words correctly and I just don’t know what to say. For the last couple of years, I have just decided not to pursue any relationship or even try to have a conversation with the opposite sex because it saves me from making a fool out of my self. I am very lonely and withdrawn and now have no self esteem because of this issue. I think this book will help me a lot not only learning what to say but it will help me build my self esteem and be positive as well as having confidence. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to try and win one of your books.

  778. bheng gonzales Says:

    now why I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry? I really don’t know how to start a conversation with the opposite sex… if a conversation has eventually started then there’s a long silence in between and I would not know what to say… I want to feel confident if I am talking to someone and not feel being foolish as what to answer or just being there quiet all the time… i would want my date to feel ” hey.. there’s some “it” in this lady… she’s fun to be with and feel comfy talking with her”

  779. bheng gonzales Says:

    I want to feel confident if I am talking to someone and not feel being foolish as what to answer or just being there quiet all the time… i would want my date to feel ” hey.. there’s some “it” in this lady… she’s fun to be with and feel comfy talking with her”

  780. bheng gonzales Says:

    i would want my date to feel ” hey.. there’s some “it” in this lady… she’s fun to be with and feel comfy talking with her”

  781. Betty Catharina Says:

    Of course I really need this book. Because I have problem to talk about the sex but I’m really like to know and discuss about sex topics.Thank You.Im hoping to be a winner.

  782. tere Says:

    I am a Latina and my first language is Spanish. I’ve been in the States for many years; however, my writing skills in English are significantly better than my conversation skills. There are a few reasons that I freeze when I’ve gone out with someone who’s primary language is English. One of them is the typical nervousness of meeting a new person. Add to that my low comfort level in communicating in the language without making a fool out of myself and not knowing what to talk about, how to respond, or how to engage the other person in a good conversation and I’m more of a nervous wreck!! I recently became a member of Toastmasters to help me with my speaking skills. I’d greatly benefit from your lessons on conversation chemistry. I know that it would definitely improve my confidence when communicating with the opposite sex on a personal level. Thanks for the consideration.

  783. tere Says:

    I am a Latina and my first language is Spanish. I’ve been in the States for many years; however, my writing skills in English are significantly better than my conversation skills. There are a few reasons that I freeze when I’ve gone out with someone who’s primary language is English. One of them is the typical nervousness of meeting a new person. Add to that my low comfort level in communicating in the language without making a fool out of myself and not knowing what to talk about, how to respond, or how to engage the other person in a good conversation and I’m more of a nervous wreck!! I recently became a member of Toastmasters to help me with my speaking skills. I’d greatly benefit from your lessons on conversation chemistry. I know that it would definitely improve my confidence when communicating with the opposite sex on a personal level. Thanks for the consideration.

  784. CarolineRoss Says:

    Just like a good cook whipping out a meal with Zest,
    with less salt, less calories and less fats..
    Conversation Chemistry ensure readers
    with more confidence,more self esteem and more answers!

  785. ANITA Says:

    THE COMMUNICATION IN OUR MARRIAGE HAS BROKEN DOWN AND I HAVE FEARS THAT I AM NOT BEING TOLD THE UTTER TRUTH ABOUT THINGS. SOMEWHERE, SOMEONE IS LYING AND CAUSING UNNECESSARY HURT AND ANGER.

  786. Ana Says:

    thought it might be useful to be able to the use the wit that I employ in everyday conversation with my beaus! advice would help…

  787. Glenda Says:

    I am always meeting great guys on a regular basis. We even manage to go on a few dates, but I do realize that something might be amiss, as nothing much seem to come from it. I feel that conversation chemistry could well be a step in the right direction.

  788. gladwell kaluhi Says:

    my main reason for wanting this book is because, when ever i get to know or meet a guy after the introductin part. i don,t know but just to try and bring up some kind of contribution to the conversation i end up bringing up sex stories , so please if your book can help me how to develop conversation then i need it gud day

  789. Moni Says:

    I would love to receive you book because I want to improve my communication skills and thus make my life better an more beautiful - and the lives of the ones I meet every day! And also make the relationship I am currently in better and better as time passes by!

  790. Jeremy L. Watts Says:

    I have never been even close to being good at meeting women for the reason of when I do meet a woman that first time, I am clueless as what to say. I will either say something stupid or I will get so nervous that I cannot say anything at all. I can’t tell you how many times I have met a woman and made a fool of myself. I am 28 years old and I still have no idea how to make that first good impression when it comes to females. I am to the point where I won’t approach women anymore because I know that I am just going to mess it up. This makes me feel like less of a man, and I would do almost anything to be able to get past the fear and know what to say in these situations. I have been using online dating sites lately, and have not made it passed one chat with any of the women I have met. I am an attractive young man, however I am alone because I cannot figure out how to talk with women that I don’t know. I would think that by now, this would be easy for me, lately I have met dozens of women online, but that seems to be as far as I can get. After we chat that first time, its over. I am hoping that this will be one of your favorites, because I need all the help I can get with this. Thank you for your time. Jeremy

  791. grace Says:

    i want to develop spontaneity and a conversation skill that’s smart,relevant,make sense and doesnt’t end disappointing or frustrating later on when the opportunity to talk about a certain issue is gone.

  792. grace Says:

    The book will bring the best out of me in conversing with men.

  793. pothen Says:

    Conversation Chemistry sounds savy and sexy, It’s mysterious so one can only imajine all the wonderful exciting tips and topics that is filled in this book. It gives the reader alot of confidence and power to have a conversation with the opp sex.It can only build upone’s self esteem. I would love to win a copy of this (”MAGNET”)book. A tool to use in everyday life is priceless.

  794. grace Says:

    Am hoping to be one of the lucky ones to get the free book “Conversation Chemistry”.

  795. Muna Says:

    To create, build and maintain more self conffidence
    unstoppable attraction and to make my man always interested to listen to me and account on me if he needs any advise or second opinon.

  796. elisa luisa Says:

    Glad to read your pieces.

  797. Seye Says:

    hmmm, i’d say it’s been quite a long while since, i’d wanted to write to you guys but av been too busy, thanks for this opportunity, i must say even though i have not bought any of your books yet, i have honestly benefited from the newsletters i have received, you’ve been of tremendous help than you can ever ever ever imagine…
    I say a huge huge thank you to James Brito, Amy Waterman, Mia summers, Slade Shaw, Joseph Matthews….

    Now to Conversation Chemistry, i must say i have gotten a hold of how to makes the ladies talk more even if we’re meeting for the first time, i put them in a comfortable mindset that helps them talk more about themselves, but all i need now is exactly what you guys are offering, the title is self explanatory, “Conversation Chemistry”, sometimes i lose that balance when chatting with a lady, i must say this is one book am in need of…

    I would be purchasing some of your books soon as i can get a credit card…”How to be irresitable to women”, e.t.c.

    i need this book so bad.

  798. Alice Magwaza Says:

    Conversation Chemistry; I BELIEVE WILL TEACH ME HOW NOT TO BE NERVOUS AND HELP ME IN FIGHTING AN ISSUE OF LACK OF WORDS. MOST OF THE TIMES I GET BLANK AROUND THE OPPOSITE SEX -UNFORTUNATELY ESPECIALLY WITH THE GUY I WILL BE INTERESTED IN AND AT THE END THE BLANKNESS WILL BE ENCOMPANIED BY FEAR! I HAVE TO FIGHT THIS, BECAUSE I BELIEVE I AM NOT A JECK THOUGH SOMETIMES I ACT LIKE ONE.CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY WILL HELP ME!

  799. Seye Says:

    hmmm, i’d say it’s been quite a long while since, i’d wanted to write to you guys but av been too busy, thanks for this opportunity, i must say even though i have not bought any of your books yet, i have honestly benefited from the newsletters i have received, you’ve been of tremendous help than you can ever ever ever imagine…
    I say a huge huge thank you to James Brito, Amy Waterman, Mia summers, Slade Shaw, Joseph Matthews….

    Now to Conversation Chemistry, i must say i have gotten a hold of how to makes the ladies talk more even if we’re meeting for the first time, i put them in a comfortable mindset that helps them talk more about themselves, but all i need now is exactly what you guys are offering, the title is self explanatory, “Conversation Chemistry”, sometimes i lose that balance when chatting with a lady, i must say this is one book am in need of…

    I would be purchasing some of your books soon as i can get a credit card…”How to be irresitable to women”, e.t.c.

    i need this book so bad.

    Seye
    from Lagos, Nigeria

  800. Rose Says:

    How to salect words when talking
    How to be courgeous when taking decsion of life
    Things to avoid like its good to dress normal thing not expensive ones.

  801. sky Says:

    I want the book to help myself and also my helpess friends. To beocome master of communication and attraction out of your book.
    Thankyou.

  802. Diana Says:

    I want to catch my cheatng spouse and know the truth and how to overcome the feeling the way i am feeling right know.I need to come to some closure in my life.

  803. Rachael Bukola Says:

    Hi,I really think I need a copy of conversation chemistry.I have been married for almost 2yrs and suddenly I and my husband are finding it very hard to communicate effectively with each other,in fact sometimes I almost dread the thought of telling my husband something or of expressing myself cos I feel he will not understand me and thinking about it i think it goes both ways,there is a communication gap between us which was not there at all in the beginning of our relationship.I need HELP!

  804. Tewodros Alemu Says:

    I know that I have a problem in conveying my idea because most ladies are eager to approach me but leave after a while after little conversation.

  805. bella Says:

    He gave me joy..we are about to get married this May..and now..he seems to have nothing to share..nothing about him! instead of jumping into the panic wagon..i chose to improve myself, maybe try to learn some new sklls and pray to god it will help us both to open up…Yes, i definitely need your book..but if dont, im just glad i expressed it here to an expert who might read this and probably have a say or two about it…thank you.

  806. Tewodros Alemu Says:

    I know that I have a problem in conveying my idea ,because most ladies are eager to approach me ;but leave after a little conversation.

  807. Jessica Anyango Says:

    I want a copy of coversation chemistry because Its been so diificult for me to communicate with my husband especailly when we have a disagreement. In most cases we end up quarreling and not comunnicating for sometime. So we never solve issues. I will greatly appreciate if I cane get the book.

    Thank you in advance.

  808. julie Says:

    send me information on conversation chemistry.

  809. Chris Bamuteeze Says:

    Because of the numerous times I am usually caught off guard because of infedality, I feel bad when ever i need to rekindle our conversation with my spouse after reconcilling. I usually have no beginning of the conversation if she does not ask me something, that leaves me blank most of the time and we end up in a quiet war. I always need to talk (sense) with her all the time.

  810. David Stewart Says:

    I am sociology professor at a community college and I’m creating a course called “gender dynamics” and I’ve found your newsletters to be quite informative and instructive.

  811. Chris Bamuteeze Says:

    If I talk to her after one too many, and she later asks me the following morning how last evening was, I usually contradict myself over what I said. This makes me try to always avoid talking to her after an evening out alone.

  812. sharon Says:

    i been through 3 relationships and all these men left me. i don’t know why and how i drove them away from me. i need help badly and i need to change my ways with the opposite sex.
    please help me!

  813. bchonge Says:

    am a lady, one time i met some guy whom we had worked with before in some insurance company. i always dreamed that he becomes my boyfried and later on my husband.
    then at one time when i was in in a restaurant he appeared, i only said hi, and was lost for words . i need the book so much so that i can get over it . i reaaly want him, even if i just dont get him then it will teach me so that when i meet some other man i will be able to get to conversation

  814. Vikki Oberoi Says:

    According to me,afte.r reading the summary of the following book,I must say this book is going to change the life of many persons like me.

    Thankyou

  815. Melissa Says:

    I could really use this book. My shyness not only affects my personal life but it also affects my work. It is so hard for me to meet people cause I never know what to say. I would be so grateful for any advice you have. Thanks

  816. Sheryl Delaplane Says:

    I would love a copy of your book as I need it now. I am 46 years old and just had a 24 year relationship end. And to make matters worse - my ex is dating our best friend’s daughter that is only 23 years old!!! Talk about a real confidence zinger. I talk to men all day in the business world and since I was comnpletely dedicated to my ex - I never really noticed if I was even attracted to anyone. My best friend told me to think of the men that I thought was attractive or would like to go out with but couldn’t because I was involved. Well, guess what? No one came to mind. I have no idea how to get the conversation going with men except for business. I need help. I do not want to remain single and dateless. I am ready now.

  817. sara Says:

    I wana change my world by changing thoughts so a magic would play to make all success.

  818. Xavier Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I think it would help me be more comfortable in talking to women. I am already a very charismatic guy, but there isn’t anything to lose in this situation. Thank you =)

  819. sara Says:

    I wana change my world by the magic of skils I am going to learn from this course.,

  820. Lisa Says:

    My reason is because I am tired of always tasting the soles of my shoes whenever I open my mouth!! I obviously lost my ability to communicate lovingly to a partner in a relationship after my divorce because I have steadfastly been turning my love interest into a non interested friend!! He WAS interested first. Somewhere along the line I have lost my ability or have shut myself off on some level and communicate so differently from what it is I feel on the inside. I didn’t even know that was possible ,, but I am living proof. Help me please!!

  821. joe Says:

    I think i shpuld get a free copy because i have the most beautiful woman that i have been with for the last 2 & 1/2 almost 3 years now and we have had our ups and our downs and we have stuck it out and i just love her to piece’s that if i could do anything to help us make it till the end of time i would do it. when we first talked it was through the internet and niether of us had a picture on our site , anyway, we talk for hours on the phone and she said she would come by my work and see me ,well i didnt know what to expect well i tell you this for the first time in my life i knew this was the one ,some might say i’m crazy being that i’m a single parent of three 2 girls and one boy and she has four boys , but she looked like an angel to me and as time has gone by we’ve had some god and bad times her ex husband causing problems , and then some mistrust on both our parts ,see she was abused for 15 years by her husband and i had two of my own bad mirrages, i’d just about givin up on love then my juliet came into my life and i want to be her romeo till the end of time if this would help then with all that i have been through not just bad marriges and no money to alittle money to no money and all i’ve ever cared about is for my kids which i have full custody of, to have food on the table for them and believe me there were times that i waited till they were done eating so i could scrap there plates because that was my dinner and to have a roof over our heads and there were a couple of times there was’nt so if i could do one thing for me is to know real true love with the one i love .

  822. andrea blinkhorne Says:

    Well i am oviously having trouble with my marriage, i feel that i am coming up against a brick wall & don’t how to break it. We both know how critical things have become, but yet i feel that am the only one making an effort. My husband never tells me how he feels until we argue and then we always say things we never mean. I’m currently reading save my marrige today, but he is not interested, we share 2 children which i feel would be more of a reason to try.
    These are only a few reasons why i would like to have a free copy, as i’m getting to the stage where if no progress is made i will move out with our kids.

  823. Isimeli Verenakadavu Says:

    I need it because I’m a man. And having a son I must be careful that he is given the right teaching in searching for a good and satisfying wife later in his life, then I will be happy I have taught my son everything that he needs.

  824. joe Says:

    sorry about the spelling i forgot to proof read because i reall didnt want her to see what i wrote at this time because i feel i might be acting stupid thanks
    joe

  825. Ruth Kiryacos Says:

    I think I would love to have a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I’ve been married now for over 7 months and I’m struggling in starting or making a meaningful conversation with my husband. He’s a very nice but extremely quiet guy although he’ll never take any initiative to start any conversation and I’m the one who always have to think of topics to start a conversation together and I find that very hard and difficult to do and many times we just end up sitting together expressing our love for each other by holding hands and smiling at each other but there is no conversation between us. I really feel the need for help in this area if you have the answer in Conversation Chemistry. Thanks a lot and God bless!

  826. Jeannette Brown Says:

    I believe that my husband was unfaithful due to lack of communication between us. We are both stubborn and proud so neither of us would give in. I believe that with more communication this terrible thing won’t happen again. We’re still together but I’m always investigating. I try to talk to him but yet I don’t believe everything he says. I’m really suspicious about every move he makes. Thank you ever so much for your help and hope i’ll be one of the lucky ones.

  827. Ruth Kiryacos Says:

    I’ve written my comment above already

  828. Tseleng Mokgoare Says:

    Hi,

    It’s been 2 months now since i have met this guy. Everytime i am with him he talks about his career only and he would talk about how he is not ready for a serious relationship because it will slow things for him. I have figured he is a self-centered person though i do understand what he is going through and i want to give him my support but sometimes when he talks about staff generally i am always there to listen i cannot be able comment in anything because it looks like everything is all about him even if he wants to hear my objectives it’s like his word is final still. A relationship is supposed to be a two way thing but i feel he is discouraging me in a way.

  829. gladys mibey Says:

    I am 28 yrs of age and still very shy and single
    I would like to know how to break the ice and talk to the oppesite sex
    I will appreciate if i get a copy
    Thanks
    Gladys

  830. Peter Says:

    Hi Mia, i really need a copy of Conversation Chemistry! why?..because quite a few years ago now, this really hot stunner approached me she was absolutely gorgous, an wearing those Hot Pants,very short shorts, remember them Mia…every one even my friends who were with me at the time couldnt stop staring at her! when she said Hi, my heart nearly jumped outa my chest! i couldnt believe it, i took a Gulp! an said, Hi, how da d da d da d da.. well..she walked off an i nearly died of embarrasment!! i couldnt get the words out for stuttering :( her beauty shocked me silly…my friends never let me live it down :( i found it hard to talk to women ever since that moment…HEEEEELP.. thats my reason why i need a copy…thanks Mia…regards, Pete..

  831. Margaret Says:

    Am the director of first impressions in the company I work with…..I need the book coz I got the feeling it will help me out of my problem. I would like to know how to tell guys away honourably and still be friends coz most guys I talk to whether younger or older, on phone or one on one, just want to take me out - most of them tell me they need more time with me……am married with 3 girls n even one was asking if he could marry me but do I say….the boundaries are marked…..want to spice my relationship more with your guidance as always Mimi.

  832. ANDREW OSADOLOR IYAMU Says:

    I USED TO BE A VERY SHY AND RESERVED PERSON WHEN IT COMES TO COMMUNICATING MOSTLY, WITH THE OPPOSITE SEX UNTILL I SUBSCRIBED TO YOUR DAILY NEWS LETTER SOMETIME IN THE EARLY PART OF 2006. THIS TO A LARGE EXTENT TOOK AWAY THAT SHYNESS FROM ME, NOT LONG AFTER I TOOK UP A MARRIAGE COUNCELLING JOB(CHARITY) IN MY CHURCH. MY TOPIC IS “COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIP” I BELIEVE THIS BOOK WILL GREATLY IMPROVE MY COMMUNICATION AND ASSIST ME FURTHER TO IMPART KNOWLEDGE TO THOSE WHO ARE PREPARING TO GO INTO MARRIAGE IF AM BLESSED WITH THE OPPORTUNITY OF WINNING THIS PRICELESS BOOK.
    THANK YOU VERY KINDLY.
    OSADOLOR IYAMU

  833. 'Mapiers Mohapi Says:

    I am a nurse, a counselor and a trainer at my senior years and I need documented, if possible lived experiences on challenges that face partners as far as romantic communication is concerned and how they effectively manage them.
    This definitely will help me strengthen and therefore sustain my communicative behaviour with my partner and that can filter through to family and friends.

  834. ANDREW OSADOLOR IYAMU Says:

    I USED TO BE A VERY SHY AND RESERVED PERSON WHEN IT COMES TO COMMUNICATING MOSTLY, WITH THE OPPOSITE SEX UNTILL I SUBSCRIBED TO YOUR DAILY NEWS LETTER SOMETIME IN THE EARLY PART OF 2006. THIS TO A LARGE EXTENT TOOK AWAY THAT SHYNESS FROM ME, NOT LONG AFTER I TOOK UP A MARRIAGE COUNCELLING JOB(CHARITY) IN MY CHURCH. MY TOPIC IS “COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIP” I BELIEVE THIS BOOK WILL GREATLY IMPROVE MY COMMUNICATION AND ASSIST ME FURTHER TO IMPART KNOWLEDGE TO THOSE WHO ARE PREPARING TO GO INTO MARRIAGE IF AM BLESSED WITH THE OPPORTUNITY OF WINNING THIS PRICELESS BOOK.
    THANK YOU VERY KINDLY.
    OSADOLOR IYAMU

  835. Margaret Says:

    Am the director of first impressions in the company I work with…..I need the book coz I got the feeling it will help me out of my problem. I would like to know how to tell guys away honourably and still be friends coz most guys I talk to whether younger or older, on phone or one on one, just want to take me out - most of them tell me they need more time with me……am married with 3 girls n even one was asking if he could marry me but do I say….the boundaries are marked…..want to spice my relationship more with your guidance as always Amy.

  836. Caran Ebert Says:

    I am really excited about your launch for “Conversation Chemistry.” I am 56 years old this year and would like to find a mate. I missed out on the dating process because I became a mother at 14 and again at 17. My children’s father and I were divorced before I had the second child, because he had gotten another 15 year old pregnant, so needless to say, I raised the children on my own. Instead of dating, I held three jobs and went to school so I could make a better living and give my children a chance. When they were teens, I moved back to the small town I came from to make sure they did not get out of control in the city. But that meant that I did not finish school until they finished high school. When I went back, they made me take 18 classes instead of the 3 I needed. At the time, all three of us were attending college. In the end, it took me 20 years to get my Accounting degree and I went on to get a CPA at age 42 by using what savings I had to work for free to get the experience that was required. Soon after, my daughter lost a baby and my father became ill (he passed in 2004), so I was called on to help my family and I gave back all they gave me when I was in need. I also helped with my son’s family and my daughter’s family when my son and son-in-law were placed on active duty during 9/11 and Iraq. My parents were married 51 years when my dad passed, my sister has been married for 33 years and both of my children have been married for almost 20 years now. It seems like I have waited forever for a time to date and meet someone to spend the rest of my life with, but here I am. I am a very confident and successful business woman; however, I have no idea where to begin when dating or talking to the opposite sex. I am as inexperienced as an 8th grade school girl, I have no idea where to begin. I would really like to have a copy of “Conversation Chemistry” so that I can begin my dream at last. Thank you in advance for your consideration and this chance to find a mate. Sincerely, Caran Ebert

  837. Wayne Skidmore Says:

    My wife and I have been married for 25 years.We grew apart simply because we couldn’t communicate.She ran off with another man leavinng her family and grandchild.We simply couldn’t talk about our emeotinal needs and ultimately someone else filled them.It was a very ugly split for she communicated through him and he was very a very jelous man.She soon realized she was in an abusive relationship and wanted to come back home after 5 months.We’ve been back together now for a year and a half and still to this day haven’t spoken of the seperation.Very uncomfortable but I’m afraid if we don’t talk about it soon, 25 years will have been wasted.Our love is strong but without emotion.We have sex but never make love.Feels like a friendship with benifits.We talk about our childrens relationships, but never our own.I need your help.I love this woman with everything I have and run into a stone cold wall when trying to express my feelings to her.

    Thanks for you time
    Wayne

  838. Randon Smith Says:

    I think this book will help our marriage, and I have always wanted this book

  839. Hannelie Says:

    I would love a copy of the conversation chemistry because I’ve totally ran out of options and ideas to attract a nice guy. I mannage to attract very old or married men, thus somewhere I’m doing something wrong and is in desperate need of a little help. Living in South Africa, there is only so much help available and I have tried out most of it. The tips I got out of your newsletters are always valuable and I am hungry for new ideas and advice. It is always great advice coming from you and is much appreciated. Regards Hannelie

  840. hester Says:

    I am so desperate in need to catch up with conversation and with a chemical spark added to it, the communication and body attraction will flow and grow.

  841. Ayorinde Felix Says:

    Well, every man want the best from his wife so as to leave peacefully with his family. As the family is the sub-set of a nation therefore,a peaceful family is a peaceful nation and a peaceful nation is a peaceful world which is the mind set of God and reason for creating us. Therefore, I need this book so as to be one of the best husband for my Precious and Jewel of Inestimable Value (my WIFE).
    Let me use this opportunity to thank you for the good work you are doing for the world families, may God continue to bless you with more wisdom in Jesus’ name. Amen.

  842. Lindel Says:

    I would always prepare myself, before the 1st date, and somehow all that preperation is all waitsted, and of course, no calls, no 2nd date. i need a mircale, knowing that for everyone there is someone out there, that will adore and love you unconditionally, but of course it takes communication, which i don’t have. I know there is hope.

  843. Liam Says:

    What a great title for a book! Conversation starts with the mind and chemistry comes from the heart. I’d love to find out how you ‘cross the bridge’ between these two.

  844. sahira Says:

    1) i need conversation chemistry in order to increase my talking with the opposite sex.
    2) i also need it so that i can also play my part as a lady in terms of who talks first.
    3)conversation chemistry is very essential to me because it will help me tals about the most important things in order to win the right guy.
    4) it will help improve my talking skills.
    5) it will also increase my ability to talk during shy times.

  845. Johan Says:

    To hopefully start dating my wife of 18 years again, after her trouble with a control-freak and verbally abusive husband, being me…

  846. MARGARET Says:

    Hi Amy,

    My name is Margaret. I think I deserve to win a free copy of conversation Chemistry because I have resently been separated and I want to make the best of my next opportunity to have a relationship. I have been reading your e-mails and I think you are the best person to help me do this.

  847. Nickels Says:

    Why i would like the conversation chemistry ?

    I will basically categorise it to just perfecting my converstaion skills,being more approachable (you have to be a good listener and analyse the eventualities so as to succeed) and knowing the right way of approach since you can not approach everyone the same way.

  848. cristina Says:

    Vorrei tanto una copia del libro perchè parlare con mio marito è diventato impossibile..non ha il minimo rispetto dei miei sentimenti e spesso e volentieri liquida il mio manifestare gli stati d’animo come sciocchezze.Abbiamo due figli piccoli che spesso e volentieri interrompono le nostre discussioni e non è facile ritornare sui discorsi fatti né affrontarne di nuovi. Alla sera poi quando i pargoli dormono si è stanchi della giornata e ognuno si rifugia a letto nel proprio posto..anche la comunicazione non verbale tipo l’abbracciarsi o il sorridersi languono..e io mi sento abbandonata!!

  849. alaa Says:

    i really face these situation many times.. i alwayes want to talk to my gf but i found that difficult.. i feel like my tongue is tied!! idk really what to do?! i really need ur advice.. i think u can help me

  850. wisnu asayake Says:

    Wow,

    I think I’m the right guy to have this book so that I can make sure that this book can tell me perfectly how the best way to attract the opposite sex (the hot, healthy, beautiful, and smart one off course) to the both attracting internal and external qualities of my personality. I do really want to improve my way of presenting myself since conversation and body language are the main devices needed in doing so. I believe that by reading and applying the contents of the book will enhance my understanding and mastery in making me and the opposite sex I’m arround with happier.I’m waiting to have that promising book so that I may happily tell you my success story and how beautiful my life become after reading he book.

    So…Mia and Amy,…pick me as the lucky guy who may read your book. And both of you will be the person with important role in improving my life.

    Please….;)

    Sincerely,
    wisnu asayake

  851. dere Says:

    i met a rare, special girl last time and forfearing that i might blow it and make her go away i was silently wish that i could get her. it is painful to see that kind of girl go just because u don’t have the energy, the right words, or confidence to approach her. i want to make sure that this kind of experience willn’t happen in the future.

  852. Mulombo Says:

    I am a bishop in the church of Jesus Christ. So many members are having difficulties having good conversation in their marriages to resolve issues and find solutions to their problems. Eventually all would always choose to divorce. This will empower me ,as the one at the front line to help them save their marriages, gain quality information , knowledge and skill to do so; And also become a good example by living the principles in my own marriage.
    Fathfully yours Bishop Mulombo

  853. Ghada Says:

    Hello Amy and Mia;
    I’m living in Egypt and I’m looking for your books in the biggest library but unfortunately I didn’t any books for you in Egypt till now.
    I’m doing that because I’ve bad experience from internet purchasing. So please advise me if you distribute your books in Egypt. I would like very much to read in self improvement and I’m so pleased with your style in series, newsletters and books.
    So I’ll be very happy if I’ll receive copy of conversation chemistry.
    Thanks for your newsletter and Regards
    Ghada

  854. Mulombo Says:

    Hi, please help me that I can be able to help others having problem in their marriages just because they don’t know how to talk to their spouses.
    Sincerely
    Mulombo

  855. kuri Says:

    …………………….. Yup, Thats exactly why i need this book. I am a fabulous listener, which only takes me so far. When its my turn to chip in I get a mad case of the …………. Please help!

  856. Clara Ubaka Says:

    I want the book cos I want to improve on my marriage and cos I want my husband and I to get to understand each other better. I want to get back to those days when we didn’t need to talk before communicating, when we told each other everything and kept nothing back. I want to recapture the romance we had before.

  857. Aileen Says:

    Why I think I deserve one of the 5 free copies of Conversation Chemistry:

    Because - simply based on Amy & Mia’s description of what I’ll find in the book - I can already imagine myself using it not just for “romance purposes,” but also in every other area of my life:

    I’ll finally be able to talk to the guys I work with *beyond* the “shop talk” level. I know there’s a lot I can learn from them, if only I wasn’t so intimidated by engaging them in longer, more meaningful conversations.

    I’ll also be more comfortable about talking to men I actually find *attractive.* It’s been a real hurdle for me, personally, to get so nervous and tongue tied when I’m actually faced with a guy I find cute.

    Finally, I’ll be able to better understand the men in my life: my brothers, relatives, maybe even my father! I know this wasn’t included in the book’s description, but I am convinced this is an area in my life I’d also like to improve. I want our rare holiday get-togethers to actually mean something more than sharing a meal - I want to get to know the men in my family personally, and let them know how important they are to me.

    Which, I guess, may *be* the key to my being more comfortable with men in general. :-)

    I’ll have to find out in the book, though! :-)

  858. Andres Says:

    Because all attraction, all the frame of the relations with women is conversation, if you don’t know how talk with them, you don’t have anything to do. Thanks for the copy. ;)

  859. Uandje Says:

    Hi Mia and friend

    I am a married women of 36 year old from Namibia (africa). I am having a problem on how to approach or communicat to my spouse in any topic because he is too much quite. The problem is the moment I open my mouth to share or asked anything it end up in an argument without any solutions. God is so good one minute before I open this e-mail we were have a argument over the phone just from a simple question, but to my luck I come accross this mail were I read about your book. He told me that I must know how to talk to him but according to me my approach is good but for him is not. Now, I decided to keep my mouth closed because I am always the wrong one after a conversation.

    I hope and believe that you consider me and send me the book or can I find it somewhere here in Namibia if I go with title of the book.

    May God bless you.

    Yours Uandje

  860. Lisa Miller Says:

    I need serious help with my conversation skills. Even I bore me sometimes. I can’t seem to sustain them for very long.

  861. nolitha mahlutshana Says:

    i really need the copy as i have problems with my husband. i pretty have a good feeling that he is cheating on me with a school girl. we dont communicate very much and if we do its questions asked and the only person who makes the effort is me and i end asking him why did he cheat coz he confessed on Valentines and that hurt coz he said i was the one who made him i’m trying to think of ways of how i pushed him . if there’s any calmness in us he doesnt even try to talk to me as i’m the one who makes him unhappy. he doesnt talk to and when he does he shouting or sayin gi dont want to talk to him

  862. Piggs Says:

    I believe, by reading this book, there will be a higher chance of gaining my true love.
    :D

  863. nolitha mahlutshana Says:

    maybe these copies will help me or us on how to communicate with each other as we are always angry to talk to each other. if he’s in the house he makes it a point that he’s playing a PSP or playstation or something like that and i always the one who tries to make any conversations with him

  864. Nnamah Christie Says:

    I want a copy of conversation chemistry because I have discovered that communication is vital in every relationship. How I communicate ideas and feelings says much about me to the opposite sex. In addition to this, good conversation technique deals with timidity and gives me the confidence I need when relating to the opposite sex.

  865. Bing Says:

    I once sat in the bus for 12 hours without uttering a single word to the person sitting next to me. Somehow I just not sure what should I talk. I like to be able to talk and not be superficial to the opp sex. Hubby left 1.5 yrs ago, his heart left another 2 yr prior to that. Its me and my 3 kids, we are still talking, but I like to share the rest of my life with someone

  866. John T Jones Says:

    I find that I’am comfortable in a relationship.I’ve learned that meeting and sleeping with a lot of women doesn’t make me a better man. At my age I feel that I can be great for one lady. I don’t have the time or energy for more than one. Communication is just so important to establish what you want and don’t want in a relationship. I’ve always put my cards on the table. I had a lady that just wanted me for sex, and I wanted more. It was frustrating. She was getting what she needed and I wasn’t. Most guys would have loved to be in that situation.

  867. Vicki Says:

    I would really like a copy of your Conversation Chemistry, my marriage is on the rocks and one of the big barriers is not really being able to communicate with him. Reading you Conversation Chemistry book would be a good way to teach me how to converse with him, as well as helping me to know if I am the problem and not him. I am really excited about your book I am looking forward to hearing from you.

  868. Jan Says:

    Because I am always tongue-tied with men I like, and would so love to be natural, funny and approachable, and maybe find a special relationship…

  869. Fathima Says:

    “Conversation Chemistry” is a must read for me at this stage. I want to improve my skills with communicating with the opposite sex. I think that they are so much of fun, we just need to know them well enough to appreciate them for the wonderful ‘God sent angels’ that they are. Please forward me my free copy, I am so much looking forward to this exciting adventure.

  870. Vicki Says:

    My marriage is on the rocks, one of the barriers is communication. I would like a copy of you book so I might discover if I am the one making the blunders or him.

  871. Joel Muia Says:

    Dear Publisher

    My marriage has doubts. I have been feeling that my wife is lying, recently i revealed to her my feelings. I did have prove however speculations. Things got out of control!!! If your books saves my marriage, then it will save a couple others i know of.

    I need a free copy!

  872. lin Says:

    coz i will feel ur books are interesting and mind blowing so its worth reading to know and face situations - very knowleagble

  873. Annette Kennealy Says:

    Marriage and children… a huge commitment, alas… commitment is a big thing and life with commitment makes living not always that easy, as I’ve come to realise in the last couple of weeks with a 15 year marriage under my belt and a 13 year old daughter who has gone off to boarding school very far from home,
    Because, before you know it, your commitment toward ‘young living ones’ diminishes in it’s intensity as they grow up, they get a life of their own and they leave and I remember watching my mother sadly slipping into “empty-nest syndrome” as a student and then one day … she recovered!
    What makes her different from me is she recovered in the arms of my father and they now hold onto their “friendship” - something that they never had when we where at home…and they do it with communication and love for one another.

    So here I am, an empty house and a soul reaching out to share and talk and be with my husband…but something nags at my heart and my mind because…
    There is nothing left to talk about…and if there is…who knows, would he want to hear it form me anyway?

    What I do know is that … the idea of us still lives in my mind and tugs at my consciousness and whispers to my soul and little by little digests my heart… and I’m left feeling like Eduard Munch’s painting…crying out to him!
    But - I’m an animated two-dimensional painting and no sound comes from my mouth because I’ve forgotten how to talk to him…
    I beg, please reach out … and put YOUR magic wand to my lips and let them sing with love to him, the one in this universe that was once part of my soul…

  874. Hoda Says:

    Hello, communication through conversation is what really opens the door to the others personality, its effect is long term and thats what really matters if there a chance for a meaningful relationship :)

  875. sandra Says:

    i need it becos i want to spice up my relationship and want to improve upon my communictations

  876. DIANE Says:

    I really would like to have a free copy, and I hope I be one of the 5 to receive a copy, I enjoy reading your Newsletters and they are very helpful, I’m not much of a writer, but I am a talker until I get around a man that I like and then I’m not sure what happens it seem as I’m stuck on stupid, and I’m not and I hate this, and it even happens to me over the phone sometimes with this man, and we have talked about it and I really don’t understand why and I would like to understand, why my mind fall me when I really feel I need it the most…

  877. raj kapany Says:

    my wife and I are seperated close to a year. Everytime we talk she get angry w/ me or blows up. we can’t keep it light, and we’re both vulnerable. She does not believe I love her. She refuses to reconcile. Our kids are confused. It’s a mess!

  878. Shamila Says:

    When I meet other people I dont know what to say, I want to show my interest in them, make them feel good about talking to me, but only end in looking foolish, because I had said something akward. Not only with males, but with everybody I meet. Conversation is very difficult for me, so I really wish I can learn to speak spontaneously and create an empathy with whome ever I interact.

  879. rinzo Says:

    hey, i really need this book as am a very ( and i mean very) quite person and i really have a big problem in making the conversation last for 15 minutes and not only with the opposite sex but in general. they saw i throw stones not words and everytime i mean something else and dont mean to hert people that way… i love this guy and he loves me too but i never gave him the chance to talk from his heart as i always say the worng words that succeed to push him further and further. i always do this with every guy who has feelings for me.. and i am sure that when i learn how to say the right words and keep up a good conversation.. i usully dont like writing and as u see i am not very good at it.. but i am really in need of this book.. thanks alot for this good chance

  880. jonathan shaw Says:

    I start talking, and right in the middle of a sentance, i doudt what i said was right. i stop and think,”am i saying the wrong thing?” “am i making a fol of myself?” i know its a lack of confidence. it would help if i could get a job and my freinds didnt live so far away.

  881. shaner Says:

    i recently my bf break up with me, were were just over a small quarrel about a simple sentence, i can’t beleive he will call it off.

    i went to a doctor and he rang me and asked me how was it, then i started telling him and he was getting inpatience, and say ‘can’t u say it faster’, and i got really upset , then we start a fight, and he say ‘you are crazy’, and i was even more angry and ask him how he say such things, then he say ‘you are crazy, otherwise u dont’ hv to go to the doctor this morning’

    i was realllly pissed off ….and then he asked me about my account number and say he will transfer the money he owe me…then i was even angreier.

    that nite, he came to my place and return all the stuffs to me…

    and we finished….

    i really hope i can get some one and live happily together, someone who won’t say break up so easily….

    that’s why i hope i can get a copy of the book..

    thanks a lot

    shaenr

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  883. LogicYuan Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because it may help me a lot in my communication and I can share about this wonderful information by mentioning it in my blog so that my friends can buy a copy to improve themselves further too! xD

  884. Eden Magwaza Says:

    I THINK AN KNOW THAT I WILL LEARN A GREAT DEAL ON THE CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY. AS A GUY AND AS A LEADER I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO KNOW WHAT TO SAY AND HOW TO SAY IT BECAUSE I THINK I JUST ‘WAFFLE’ AND DON’T GO STRAIGHT TO THE POINT LIKE WHAT I WANT TO DO.

  885. Andrew Haddleton Says:

    Hi

    Why do I need this book?

    Easy. I have loads of ideas. I am a really friendly guy. I can make loads of interesting off-the-cuff remarks and put people at ease and then…… What else do I say?

    I’ve done loads of work on my inner-self. My confidence has never been higher but I still don’t know what to say to people - even to my male buddies.

    I am in my early 50s and so time is not as available to me as some of the yunger folk on your lists.

    Guidance in the conversation stakes would be fantastic - the icing on my cake of hard inner stuff.

    Thanks

    AH

  886. judith Says:

    hie Mimi
    im nearly 28 a single mum been out of the dating scene for a while. i really find your advice very helpful purchased Calling Men which is the best advice ive had on calling men. i would appreciate tips and advice on communicating with the opposite sex so to keep them interested as this is a real challenge for me.

  887. Tim Karber Says:

    Too often I’ve had a great opportunity to spend time talking with a lady, but wasn’t sure what would be good to talk about in order to keep conversation going, especially when in a group setting. I would like this book so that I might feel more comfortable talking with ladies, especially when others are around, so that they will want to spend more time talking with me.

  888. margaret Says:

    I have been reading alot on how to be irresitable to men and it has helped me so much.But i have a problem with my man when it come on time of conversation when we are together since he does not talk much it reach a point when we have talked and a time comes and we have nothing to talk about since even me am out of words and as this goes on it makes me fill bad because we look like we are bored with each other and the relationship does not look lively.we love each other so much but this thing of conversation is affecting us both.i would be happy if i get the chance of being one of 5 winner on the conversation chemistry.

    Thanks.

  889. Chris Says:

    My husband of 18 years all of a sudden has taken up text messageing with my sister in law. Then he comes home to tell me that he has no feelings for me any more that he feels nothing and wants out. I feel this is all about her because on christmas eve she tells my brother the man she is married to that she does not think she loves him any more. We no longer have the text messaging on are phones but he is now sneaking to get to the computer to email her or instant message her. He say’s that are marriage is going no were and are lifes are all about are children. I would like a chance to comunicate with him better but I feel so betrade, that I can’t seem to find out how. Everything I seem to say comes out wrong and he turnes it against me to make himself feel better. I think my sister in law has put it in his head how much life would be better without all the responsiblity’s and having to answer to someone she is 13 years younger then him and I think he is going threw a mid life crisis and what every she say’s looks good to him

  890. lea.abdullah Says:

    Q
    Why you want a copy of Conversation Chemistry?

    A
    I believe that myself are still lack of real communications, the reason why my previous relationships went away just like that. I need help on special recipes, wise-advices, common-sense formulas to ensharpen these useful conversation and communication skills of mine yet polishining my relationships quality. SOS! Thanking both of you in advance..

  891. DALE LOWE Says:

    my wife and i have seperated but i cannot get her back as i feel to much water has gone past us to repair the damage i still want her back but she will not give an inch this may help but who knows

  892. sirwan Says:

    i want to know what this book about and i like to read it .

  893. Roz Says:

    I saw an ad on television for a dating agency and it went like this:

    Man in shop trying on suit and admiring himself in the mirror. Girl comes up behind and asks “Is it for your wedding?” whilst dusting his shoulders - giving him immediate attention. The man says “No, do you have a bigger size in this style?”. The girl replies, “I dunno, I don’t work here”. He was totally blown away!

    Your book can give a girl that extra “I don’t know” that will blow a man off their perch! :) That girl is me :)

  894. George Hunold Says:

    Hi Mia,
    I NEEEEED a copy of “Conversation Chemistry”. After successfully approaching and striking up a conversation with girls,they soon leave with disappointment in their eyes.It’s quite disheartening,since I know they deserve better and that I should do better.
    Thank You in advance
    George Hunold

  895. Afolabi Says:

    Dear,
    I met a great guy at a gala night he sat next to me trying talking to me but I was too shy to converse with him, I cant even ask for his telephone number, though I was interested but i lost the opportunity and since then i have been trying to have such opportunity but all effort to no avail.

    Thanks

  896. langtuhathanh Says:

    i ill have box

  897. kingsley Says:

    i need the copy of the book because i raelly need to improve my skills in approching girls and i am a kind of shy guy thanks

  898. Pearl Says:

    I realy diserve this book as I’m a supervisor and usualy have to deal with the opposit sex, only when hiring them for work or when they make a mistake and we need to deal with it. So as you can see I’m used to being the boss on that level so when it comes to taking away the work and have a relationship with the opposit sex. I have a hard time as I do not want to be one of the boys or come out as being a demanding person. It isn’t even my personality but have thought my self well to be assertive.

  899. Mike Linley Says:

    My wife and I have always had a close secure marriage based on our ability to talk about any subject openly and freely. She has been under a lot of pressure over the last 2 years, her mother had a massive stroke and is more or less vegatative, her father died 18 months ago and on top of all that I underwent a massive operation which seriously affected my health.

    Somehow, our communication broke down. Now she wants a divorce after 18 years of marriage, on petty and ridiculous grounds that are unfounded and untrue. I cannot reach her at all, try as I might. My beautiful, beloved wife has become a total stranger with a nasty, spiteful nature. I do not know this woman at all. Please help, I’d do anything to get her back!

    Mike (United Kingdom).

  900. kingsley Says:

    just because i need to improve my conversing skill with opposite sex

  901. athuman Says:

    hey
    Mr.James

    I like your course and i want to get your books but the main problem which face me is where can I get it. because I haven’t any bank account also my family are very poor,But encase of your free min course it help me.because now I have three ladies and four who want my company so your course it able to changes my way of life

    man from tanzania

  902. Harriet Says:

    I am exactly that person who falls short of words once in the company of the opposite sex that I’m not known to.I donot know how to behave

    2. I feel tension towards the guy I like and I actually avoid the person because IO never want tem to know, I have had a crush or feelings for them.
    3. I would reaaly want to have a serious relationship with someone of I’m attracted to, but I have failed.

    Rgards

    Harriet

  903. naemma Says:

    Hi Mia!
    I really want your book because I would like to ready myself 24/7 with all the knowledge from your book.I know the book will help me in projecting my inner self esteem when conversing with men.You never know the right man might be lurking around the corner.;)

  904. Harriet Says:

    Harriet says,
    1.I am exactly that person who falls short of words once in the company of the opposite sex that I’m not known to.I donot know how to behave

    2. I feel tension towards the guy I like and I actually avoid the person because IO never want tem to know, I have had a crush or feelings for them.
    3. I would reaaly want to have a serious relationship with someone of I’m attracted to, but I have failed.

    Rgards

    Harriet

  905. Trish Says:

    I can’t tell you how important winning this would be for me. Time is ticking away right now for me as my husband has been gone for exactly five weeks. I desperately need to know how to RE-create, RE-build and maintain UNSTOPPABLE attraction. Communication is/was a big factor in his leaving and a relationship cannot survive LIFE without this basic necessary tool. I need you help! I am really learning from all that you have to offer and this will be just another great tool to add to my shed! Thank you!

  906. elke Says:

    God knows,I need some communication skills in dealing with my unfaithful husband! A year ago,after finding a vocal message on his cell phone which confirmed all the suspicions I had had up to then,my life has been thrown upsidedown.He has never admitted to anything and has tried to make me look foolish and paranoid!I really don’t want to upset my family and leave a marriage of 34 years.However this non- communication and lack of physical intimacy with my husband is taking it’s toll on me and our marriage.I need to break the barrier and talk openly and sincerely with him!I can’t forgive him until he honestly admits his infidelity. But how??

  907. houda souiri Says:

    acts and facts,nobody knows sometime what the man or woman are able to do in diferent situation, what i can ansewer? is it right or not?? should i say everything even if its hurt, should i keep for my self ???
    im curios person and love reading psycology books,i found my self in some books and its help me because i said to my self yes its right if it was me i will do the same.sometimes i try to give answers in many ways to people to just let them know about what is on my mind and how i think,but the the most of the opposit sex they are proud and dont want a woman to be smart or just want to show that they are right and im wrong even they know that is not right, its kind of ego,i suffer from this situation so much and say to my self if there is any way that let the man say u are right from hs heart and finish the idea in the same way i want it to be,i start to say i must find something right a kind of new idea

  908. Toni Vega Says:

    hello mia

    what is life all about? love and passion, right? Feeling happy, of course too. Happy together, to be precise. it’s so easy for me to get in touch with different people, having a nice chat, and so on. But when it comes to comunication with my girlfriend, who I love very much since 18 months now, living together and spending a lot of time together, we often misunderstand each other, argue about silly things, and we got to know that it’s all because of a very different way to express feelings, express personal needs, etc. let’s say it right: comunication, conversation and problem solving skills are a very difficult thing to handle. I want to improve my comunication skills with my girlfriend, I wanna show her that I care a lot for her, I want her to understand what I’m trying to explain to her without hours and hours of emotionally loaded conversation about how we don’t get along well together in some basic but essential points. That’s why I need your book. I want a better life for both of us. more happiness, more understanding and more harmony. And I want to see her laughing with me.
    Hey Mia. I’m willing to learn! Are you willing to help me with that? ;)

    Kind Regards
    Toni

  909. Sarah Settle Says:

    First of all i’d like to thank both of you for all your great work and valuable insight. I am a rather shy person and came from a background where both my parents never thought i was good enough for anything. I was never praised for doing anything good and was always picked on with what i didn’t do. All i ever got to hear were negative remarks like i am fat at the age of four and never felt i was worthy of anything. My mother is someone who just blended into the background like a robot who just cooked and cleaned and never had time to give us any affection. She later lost her mind and got admitted to the hospital in a psychiatric ward which haunts her to this day.I have had a tough childhood, seeing my mum in hospital and a very strict father where i was never allowed to go outside to play after reaching a mature age of twelve. So apart from going to school, college and university and coming back home at set hours i couldn’t dare be late or a fight would start.I spent my spare time in the house with no contact from anybody not even allowed to use the telephone. Even summer holidays when everyone goes on holiday were spent me being locked in my bedroom because i wasn’t allowed to go outside. I feel my childhood life has hindered my progress in becoming a rounded person. I lack confidence and run at the sight of public gatherings. Although i try very hard to fit in. I still remember the nerve wracking presentation i had to give at university in my class where the paper i had in my hand was shaking so much, my face felt like it was twitching that i had to run out of the classroom. I have to say that although childhood has not been wonderful i have to say i have been very blessed to meet kind people outside my family who have been very positive and supportive to me. But naturally i find it hard talking to the opposite sex and making conversation with strangers is difficult enough. Having a copy of the book “Conversation Chemistry” would definantly be a God sent book because i realise i am lacking confidence in making conversations (guys approach me and it never goes anywhere because the men feel unconfortable because i dont talk back or something completely opposite comes out of my mouth) and even if the book helped me a little bit, but i’m sure it would help me a lot, i would be eternally grateful and happy to have a copy. I feel it would help me alot in many ways as i am willing to learn and it would definatly improve the quality of my life.Thank you.

  910. Ashraf Says:

    Respected Mia and Amy,
    Although I`m a conifident,handsome guy 46 y.o. and having a good jop,beeing attached emotionally to a nice girl 31 y.o., working in the same hospital since 2 years,I`m eager to be married to this girl ,I want to learn more about body language communication skills because she is good in that,thanks a lot,appriciating your great help and support.

  911. houda souiri Says:

    im lost to hink how i can deal with man how i can express the right things to them with confidence and be sure that i wil get the answer i want.how to be ireesistable when i talk, kind of magic words.

  912. seth Says:

    hi mia i think i wil need this book because, i have been a falluere more esperciaially when it come to dealings with the opposite sex. Hpe it will be a great joy to have my hands on something that will be of help to me . thanks and best rgds.

  913. Saniya Says:

    I want to lie and watch the sky, until my tear falls down from his eye!
    can your book help me do that?

  914. Ahmad Shoaib Says:

    Dear Madam,
    I need the conversation assistance most because I am 27 and still dont have any girl friend. I have always received a dead lock or face insult in my every try with girls. I dont know why every defeat is for me, may be I was born to be alone in my whole life. When ever I have tried to make some friend, face a big set back and was insult by gilr in a very humiliating way. Now I have given up trying but as I am a human being and I cant live alone forever and deep inside my heart I feel to have someone who I can take good care of and share my feelings. Please help me and send me Free copy which you have offered in the email.
    Thanks

  915. Rose Nakalo Says:

    Hi Mia,
    i have this man freind that am really attracted to, we have been out on different dates but i dont know how to seduce him, our conversation goes silent and i feel am losing him. in him i see my dream husband, the one i have been waiting for! i therefore kindly ask to be among the winners of your chemistry book so as to make my dream a reality. Mia, i dont want to lose my future husband, so please help me bring him closer to me.

    thank you.
    regards
    Rose

  916. keith vinnicombe Says:

    I have serious communication problems with my wife and am generally shy and suffer a lot as people take advantage of my supposed weakness and feel they can give me a hard time, I am just incredulous that people can be so petty minded as to seek to undermine me at home or in front of others and I do not have the assertiveness to overcome these problems and end up miserable as a consequence instead of at peace and strengthened to go and face another day at my dental surgery.
    Regards
    Keith Vinnicombe

  917. tia Says:

    bcoz i think conversation is one of the essential factors for the success of a relationship since it’s part of a very important basic need for a relationship which is the communication

  918. Rose Nakalo Says:

    Dear Mia,

    this is Rose again, did i tell you that i have a man am attracted to but dont know how to start? i have been single for long and i feel i finally found him, kindly help me keep him closer to me, he is my ideal husband and with the book, i see myself walking down the aile.(isnt it wonderful Mia?)

    Regards
    Rose

  919. Martin Says:

    Well, it is not so hard for me to talk with a girl..But the thing is that maybe I am too shy to make the first step and say the real thing. It’s hard for me to say to a girl that I like her or to ask her to go out with we. I am really not that brave.. When I think I am ready to say that I just freeze myself and don’t know what to say or I just simply change the subject. It’s the same now with a girl that I like. With all that flerting and going all around the real thing and stuff it’s not that hard…But I am still not that brave to say and do the real thing.Maybe I am afraid to lose her as a friend or..something else..I don’t know.I hope this book is about that or you’ll maybe help me with something else if you can..

  920. Vera Says:

    Sometimes i feel i now all but don’t,sometimes i feel the world has gotten in ma palms but it hasn’t.And when thses times come,who do i turn on for solace.You.You mad e me to discover an inner me i never knew much about.I really need your book to try to complete the feeling

  921. amina cherif louazani Says:

    Hi Mia Summers,
    well first, as many of the poeple who will try to get the conversation chemistry,I have problems when having to take part of the conversation with a person from the other sex, I generaly keep silent and just can’t speak because I think what I have to say is just not interesting,I need time to feel more at ease with poeple and that makes me lose many dates because friends just come and seduce the one I want, and let me in my corner.
    I may never find the secret unless you accept to give me one of the 5 free copies.
    It’s vital, so please help

  922. Vera Says:

    It will be my pleasure.Thanks

  923. ismail Says:

    hai

    i don’t how to communicate with opposite sex.

    so i need the book

    thank u

  924. Rose Nakalo Says:

    Hello Mia,

    the other day, we had dinner togehter and after we went to the gardens to have a drink, he asked me about myself and how i felt about him, oh my, Mia, you should have been there to see me panicking, i want to let my heart and tell him that i was madly in love, but then i remembered all your seduction genie episodes and kept most to myself. Mia, i need to perfect and seduce or attract my husband to be because i dont want to lose him. can i be nominated to win the chemistry book please.

    thanks
    Rose

  925. UzbeKodiak Says:

    becuz……….

  926. dark-knight Says:

    why I want it ? :- because I believe this help me break those long dreaded silences, because I don’t what and how to say in front of members of the opposite sex, either I a too friendly or really rude and I believe that this book can solve this is all.

    why I want it free: cause I cannot afford it.

  927. Venise Says:

    I would like this because I am a shy girl and I blush easily!

  928. Theodore Winton Neely Says:

    I believe that if you are a faithful spouse who are willing to make it work even after all the cheating and deception from your spouse, than they are quilify to recieve a free copy of the book Conversation Chemistry.

  929. kari Says:

    I want the conversation chemistrey to attract my man.

  930. Tiaan Says:

    I have been searching the sites for something to help me.I am totally useless with woman. I am not looking for cheap sex.I would love to be prepared when that special person comes along.I am so scared i mess it up so i would really take your book to heart and use it wisely.Thank you for giving me this oppertunity.

  931. Violet Masuku Says:

    Not every woman has a gift of the gift of the gab!Some do need help in starting up conversations

  932. Rick Says:

    Conversation Chemistry is exactly what I’ve been looking for! Learning different stories or routines might be interesting or attention getting in bars or nightclubs, but at 46, I don’t pick up women at bars!

    What I want are the skills needed to begin and continue a conversation with any woman, whether I’m at a backyard barbeque, an award ceremony at the Library of Congress (I’ll be at one of them next month) or (shudder!) a bar.

    At 46, I’ve been divorced 5 years. I’ve tried blind dates from well-meaning friends, internet dating, and hanging out at bookstores. I’ve got lots of great friends and family, but with Conversation Chemistry, I hope to meet and start a differentt type of friendship!

    Thanks, Mia and Amy, keep up the great work!

  933. Maggie Says:

    I am from Asia.I was in a long-distance relationship with an American boy. We were close to marriage and we just broke up a couple days ago. We still email to each other every day. I think there is big chance for us to get back together. So I NEED Conversation Chemistry BACK badly. Thanks a lot!

  934. Tim Grossen Says:

    I would like to be able to talk to my wife , 23 years, in such a way that she knows I accept her as she is, that I am interested in her every thought, feel her every jesture. I would like to know how to say inticing words that create spark in her and reignite our life together. I don’t want to be boring in conversation , or same old…something has to be changed.

  935. Ace Masango Says:

    I am 47 years old and my spouse is 44 years and she holds a PhD in Economics whilst I have only a Grade 12 Certificate. We are having a communication problem, as she thinks her opinions are the ones that hold water and mine not. This causes comunication breakdowns most of the time. Please let me have the “Conversation Chemistry” to remedy our situation.

  936. ogechi Says:

    i am outspoken and self manered i do not play with my self esteem but i find it difficult to talk to this guy whenever he comes around. yes i love him but i can’t even tell him cos of his status. i feel he is richer than i am and he is well exposed than i am, he is bigger than i am and more educated than i am. i think with Conversation Chemistry i will move our realtionship to another level. thanks

  937. Joselina Says:

    Hi Mia Summers and Amy Waterman, I want to thank for your contrubutions to revealing tips on how to improve the communication skills that woman have but dont realize or dont know sometimes how exactly put to practice at the right timing and place for the opposite sex. I wil make my mail short and direct on why i would like to try out ur Conversation Chemistry new launch! I have goten into bad relationships lately and have had many head aches because of it. I have taken two years free of relationships where relationships would come up again to me, new opportunities and i would just not work on them or even consider them do to my dissapointment with the pased ones. I have somehow developed the idea that perhaps is even better to stay alone and have sometimes sexual intercourses with exes with no strings attached do to my fear of going through heart breaks and head aches again. I simple feel fed up! My problem i beleive is on communicating with the opposite sex, they sometimes have no idea how i feel because i dont communicate that much and being afraid to revela my sensetive side. I have lately protrayed myself as the wonder woman or the woman who refuses to communicate some issues. i find it hard to deal with. Man ask me what is wrong with me and that they want to hear me out, but i am scared to put my vunerability out there and be seen as weak and then be left do to the revealing my emotional side. So i would like to know a way on how i can talk about my issues, and not be perceived as weak at the same time. Mostly i do communicate superficial issues and inteligent remarks about subjects of interest in which i keep surprising man more and more and want to know about me. But i have issues when it comes to communicating my deeper emotions. I have no idea how i can communicate them…

    I hope ur book has a part on how to communicate emotions. In this sense i am like a guy who dont know how to communicate their emotions properly. Basically because i grew to bottle my emotions up and simply move on with strenths. Beleive me i would feel more releive communicating my emotions to my future love one someday,because we are not made of cartoon and it eventually the emotional issues do back fire. I hope u can shed a light and show me how can i improve on this skills,

    greetings From HOlland Joselina,

    Ps.Amy i enjoy ur mails a lot and go through them everyday.

  938. Nathan Burrel Says:

    Hello Mia,
    I have no problems going up to and saying hi to girls,but when the interaction begins to move into playful or flirtatious talk,they almost always find an excuse to leave.I want to win “Conversation Chemistry” to vastly improve my conversational skills and success with women.
    Thanks for a Chance,Nathan

  939. EJ Says:

    My marriage is lacking both conversation and chemistry. We communicate by email–how awful is that? It isn’t working, my two or three paragraph emails are answered with a two or three word sentence. I’m not even sure he reads the entire message. In person, the awkward silences are deafening and embarassing. A waiter at a restaurant once asked if anything was wrong since we just sat and ate our dinner without any conversation! I think I could really benefit from a copy of your book. Thanks so much.

  940. angela Says:

    I think i deserve a free copy of your book because I’m always oopen to new solutions and I’ve tried so many ways to get the man that i want and i never win.Every thing starts out great but they always dissapear.I’ve read alot of relationship books they were not helpful.Just reading your newsletter has me very excited to know the the secrets that you have insde and i can’t wait to put them to use.So please pick me as one of your 5 winners and i will definitely read every page word to word and work hard on using your advise to get the man i want in my life

  941. Jacobus Says:

    Hi Mia,

    The reason I would like to participate in this contest is that
    my wife left me because I hardly could communicate.
    And I would like to change myself from being a very technical
    man, who can only talk about technical subjects with lots of detailed information,
    into someone who can do a comforting social conversation.

    best Regards,
    Jacobus

  942. Somayeh Ebrahimi Says:

    i,m waiting for a peacful life and to gain it i think having your book can help me.

  943. Noura Says:

    i want to feel like magic while i’m with a male

  944. Mark Says:

    always start with my strongest piece of words and tend to be more direct to my approach on matters of the heart aight but this tends to put em off too often and l tend to run out of ideas to keep it flowing….

  945. Melanie Says:

    Please help turn an old maid of 44 into a Princess!!!

  946. Joselina Says:

    Joselina Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    February 21st, 2008 at 6:06 am
    Hi Mia Summers and Amy Waterman, I want to thank for your contrubutions to revealing tips on how to improve the communication skills that woman have but dont realize or dont know sometimes how exactly put to practice at the right timing and place for the opposite sex. I wil make my mail short and direct on why i would like to try out ur Conversation Chemistry new launch! I have goten into bad relationships lately and have had many head aches because of it. I have taken two years free of relationships where relationships would come up again to me, new opportunities and i would just not work on them or even consider them do to my dissapointment with the pased ones. I have somehow developed the idea that perhaps is even better to stay alone and have sometimes sexual intercourses with exes with no strings attached do to my fear of going through heart breaks and head aches again. I simple feel fed up! My problem i beleive is on communicating with the opposite sex, they sometimes have no idea how i feel because i dont communicate that much and being afraid to revela my sensetive side. I have lately protrayed myself as the wonder woman or the woman who refuses to communicate some issues. i find it hard to deal with. Man ask me what is wrong with me and that they want to hear me out, but i am scared to put my vunerability out there and be seen as weak and then be left do to the revealing my emotional side. So i would like to know a way on how i can talk about my issues, and not be perceived as weak at the same time. Mostly i do communicate superficial issues and inteligent remarks about subjects of interest in which i keep surprising man more and more and want to know about me. But i have issues when it comes to communicating my deeper emotions. I have no idea how i can communicate them…

    I hope ur book has a part on how to communicate emotions. In this sense i am like a guy who dont know how to communicate their emotions properly. Basically because i grew to bottle my emotions up and simply move on with strenths. Beleive me i would feel more releive communicating my emotions to my future love one someday,because we are not made of cartoon and it eventually the emotional issues do back fire. I hope u can shed a light and show me how can i improve on this skills,

    greetings From HOlland Joselina,

    Ps.Amy i enjoy ur mails a lot and go through them everyday.

  947. Joanne Says:

    Hi Mia,

    Well, for starters, if your book is as good as your emails I’ve been receiving, it’s very interesting. I’ve been reading a lot about relationships and I have to admit, your info is the most interesting. I kept all of your emails in a separate file for further reading. You hit the nail on the head everytime. Your research is well put together and is very easy to understand and follow. It’s as if you have experienced a lot and learned a lot by it and sharing your wisdom. I’m 56 and find it tough to be out there after a 6 yr. divorce and getting back on the dating front. Thank you for your advice, it’s wonderful reading…….

  948. Mila Says:

    I`d like to say sorry for my English. I`m not a native English speaker (I`m just studying).
    I`d like to get this book because I want to be closer to my husbant. I almost always tell him about my feelings and how I see our relationships. But sometimes I just don`t know HOW to tell him, because I don`t want to hurt his feelings or to be misunderstood. I`d like to learn how to communicate effectively.
    I would realy happy to get this book.
    Thank you.

  949. Noura Says:

    i need to use all weapons to atract many men.and then choose one of them

  950. Matt Says:

    hi,
    i really need this because imm kind of shy when im around people i dont know, and i like a few girls but i dont know what to say to them. i am in dire need of this book. please send me a free copy!

    thank you!

  951. Matt Says:

    hi,
    this book would help me talk to girls alot easier and help me understand them alot more. will you please send me a free copy?if so that would be the greatest thing!

    thank you

  952. Tracey Bourrell Says:

    Hello there. I would love to have a free copy of Conversation Chemistry and I will tell you why. About 6 months ago I ended a very dead end relationship that lasted 10 years. For the last few years of this relationship, my job was watching children in my home. I am now living a very happy life without my ex and ready to begin dating again. But my adult conversation skills have become very rusty. So, unless men are turned on by “Itsy Bitsy Spider”, I think I need help!
    Thank you so very much for your time and have a wonderful day!

  953. Terry Brown Says:

    My husband and I have been married 18 years. We have 3 children, 2 of whom have special needs. His dad died in April…things had been tense for a while, my husband has great difficutly with any type of conflict or personal difficulty. Things got worse after his dad died….he just stopped talking to me and became very angry whenever I attempted conversation. My husband left us on Thanksgiving and has been living with his mom ever since. He will not tell me ANYTHING……and it is so, so hard. How do I get us back on track with communicating? I am so, sad…as are my children.

  954. richel Says:

    Kudos to you Guys!

    I want to have access of that “Conversation Chemistry”.I wanna show to that guy that he’s pretty wrong when he said that i run out of spicy words to say.We have conversations of any kind,be it intelligent,mind-blowing,crazy,sexy,funny and out of this world conversations.I find this guy interesting and intelligent but I can’t let him have his way of letting me feel this way.He simply rocked my world,huh!
    I wanna try how your masterpiece will make him eat his words.
    With warm thanks and may you continually be our timeless relationship savior.

    Regards,

    Richel

  955. nadia Says:

    This e-book sounds very interesting because it s an situation every woman faces at least once in her life, and i must say it s kind of embarrassing. So it would be great to have an idea on how to break the ‘ice’

  956. hilda Says:

    i realy need to improve my communication with my partner
    i’ve realised that i have too much fear before i can communicate with him. sometimes even if i have some facts but because of the fear inside me i cannot put my mind on the table, and that is why i realy need a copy of conversation chemistry i belive that it can help me to get rid of my fear.

  957. Lindy Bellome Says:

    Why I’d like a copy - the man I’m interested in is very intelligent (a Chiropractor who graduated both college and Chiro. school with honors!). I would hate to blow whatever chance I may have with him because I can’t hold up my end of the conversation! Between my mind going blank from nervousness to beginning menopause and the ensuing memory problems, I usually think of what I should say or reply, well after the moment has passed or even after I’ve left! I know he’s definitely interested, but I don’t want him to lose interest because he’s bored intellectually, and he never seems to answer me when I send him an email with a question about what’s going on with/between us! So, I can use (and would greatly appreciate) ANY/ALL HELP I can get!! I REALLY LIKE this guy (I’m 52, he’s 49), but we both are kind of acting like teenagers trying to get this relationship? off of the ground! This book seems like something that could be just the ticket to help us achieve “liftoff”!! Oh, and when I saw the co-author’s name, I knew I had to enter - you see his cat passed away some months ago (several months after my own beloved kitty passed away). Well, he recently got a new kitten, and guess what he named her - MIA!! So, I took it as a sign,and I’m hoping that it’s a good omen, and I’ll be 1 of the 5 lucky recipients of your new ebook! Thank you both for your time and for this opportunity! With fingers crossed, Lindy Bellome (sassysmom55@aol.com)

  958. Jenny Says:

    Hi - after eight years of being confined to house with chronic fatigue I hav decided to turn my life around and meet someone now - not just wait to get better first. I have met a great guy on the internet and he has visited me at my home - scarey burt exciting (yes I took all the safety precautions first]

    However it does mean that our meetings are very reliant on good conversation and being able to express my feelings but in a very positive way - so need all the advice I can get!

    Love your e mails and advice - it works - and would love a copy of th Chemistry conversation book.

    Here’s hoping ……. Jenny

  959. hilda Says:

    fear that is inside of me

  960. dona Says:

    Is it possible to eventually create a new creole- like venus-mars language, so that the two species communicate without obstruction? I’d love to find out and learn how this sweet talk sounds like :)

  961. Terry P. Says:

    I deserve a copy free because I’m an awesome guy. I’m not big headed or overly egotistical nor is the fact that I’m an awesome guy self proclaimed. I was told that by a woman at work one night. She said “You’re so awesome! Idon’t know what I had done or said to earn such a compliment but what the heell, I gladly thanked her for such an honorable compliment. Once in a while she hunts me down at lunch break to go pick up coffie and of course I sometimes feel lost for something to say cause I actually wonder what would an awesome guy say right now? Perhaps your book would help me a bit.

  962. laura nash Says:

    i am going to meet a guy for the first time in 3years, i ahve no idea how to get the spark between us. where to start with conversations, share interests with him or even talk about opics he may be interested in. if i won this book it would really help with me with this grogeous man and others that may follow in the future

  963. Erica Johansson Says:

    Hi,
    This is a bit embarrassing to admit, but I am 23 years old and I have never been on a date. A while ago I met a very nice and charming man and he asked me out. I would really like a copy of Conversation Chemistry, so I don’t do any blunders with this man who I’m starting to like a lot. It would mean so much to me to get great tips on body language and how to talk with men in a good way. Often I start to blush and don’t know what to say to the opposite sex. I would love to go out on a second date with this man, and I belive Conversation Chemistry will give me the basic knowledge I need to avoid doing any mistakes.
    Best wishes / Erica

  964. Nathalie (not real name) Says:

    I am a fan of both Amy and Mia. I enjoy reading thier blogs and even bought few of their online books.

    I feel this book could be very interesting and helpful to me so that i may feel more confident when addressing an opposite sex. It could overcome my shyness and iam sure it will give me ver good hint of what to say and the right time to do it. It will definitely help me in attracting and retaining that special someone.

    Nathalie

  965. karis Says:

    Hi,
    I think it will be great if i have this live genie.. I just cant open my mouth and start a proper “link”
    conversation with guys around, i tend to be too low self esteem. the only thing i does is to crack jokes and laugh together with them whenever they commented anything funny.. I dunno how to be a soft and feminie lady that attract guys to talk to me. Thus, i really needs a live genie to transform me!! thank you.

  966. Terry P. Says:

    I was told this by a woman at work one night. She said “You’re so awesome! I don’t know what I had done or said to earn such a compliment but what the hell, I gladly thanked her for such an honorable compliment. Once in a while she hunts me down at lunch break to go pick up coffee and of course I sometimes feel lost for something to say cause I actually wonder what would an awesome guy say right now? Perhaps your book would help me a bit.

  967. Terry P. Says:

    I was told this by a woman at work one night. She said “You’re so awesome! Once in a while she hunts me down at lunch break to go pick up coffee and of course I sometimes feel lost for something to say cause I actually wonder what would an awesome guy say right now? Perhaps your book would help me a bit.

  968. Gene Says:

    I have always been shy around women especially pretty ones and I freeze up and don’t say anything then I just feel nervous and weird. And when they leave i know i have missed another opportunity, but i don’t know what to do about it.
    Thanks, gene

  969. chesafa murphy Says:

    Why I want a copy of “conversation Chemistry” ?

    Why not ? If I dont know how to create chemitry through my dialouges with female , I will end up alone on bed every night. People may know how to approach, and for that matter even break the ice and set the tounge rolling , however if I dont know how to create Chemistry I may end up Reject or at the maximum as a “Friend” , neither of which I want to be .I can show my positive personality traits if I know correctly how to hold a conversation with opposite sex.If I better myself in Conversation field half the job of attracting is taken care of. Mastering conversation is a vital step in the game of Seduction.Dont deprive me of getting good in this field by NOT sending a free copy.I think I deserve a copy.
    Hope to recieve one.

    Thanks in advance

    CM

  970. Terry P. Says:

    I was told this by a woman at work one night. She said “You’re so awesome! I sometimes feel lost for something to say cause I actually wonder what would an awesome guy say right now? Perhaps your book would help me a bit.

  971. filip Says:

    I hope it’s great!

  972. Joseph Says:

    Hello;
    I am a quite but easily get angry gentle guy; when im obsessed or have a rough day in my office, i normally become quite and loose my sense of communication with my wife.At those times i dont even admire her beauty. Please help me cause i dont want this to continue.
    Thanks;
    Joseph.

  973. Joseph Says:

    I AM STILL WAITING.

  974. Onu Tricia Says:

    I really commend your effort towards the publication of this book”CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY” This book is really very important to me becouse i always find it difficult to discuss with my spouse on any matter concerning our marrital affair. I know that your book will help me convers freely with him.

    Thank you

  975. Ty Says:

    I have been dating a woman for over 5 years. About 4 years ago I found out she was seeing another man. To this day she denies having an affair with him. Even after catching both of them being entiment .I have tried many times to be open and honest to her about my feelings for her and our relationship. But she doesn’t communicate clearly to me. It’s hard to explain. But she says’s she loves me but her actions show differently. I Love this women very much. But she doesn’t seem to want to try to make it work. Please help, Ty

  976. Onu Tricia Says:

    Thank you, i wish i will win this very important book

  977. Russell Says:

    My wife is not interested in me talking about my hobbies,sport interests,work or my friends.In fact she is very unhappy if I do spend time with my friends,so I have made a vow to myself to be home every evening,week-ends included. This is so I can no longer be blamed for not being around for communication.She would rather talk to our teenage children about music,movies and movie actors or about what their friends are up to.She does not have problems speaking to her closest friends,which is mainly obout the children,the latest town gossip or trashing other known people behind their backs.She knows my belief that’if you have nothing good to say about somebody ,then don’t say any thing at all’.I guess this is one of her topics which the two of us cannot communicate over.She is not a stupid person but it seems as though any intelligent conversations with adults either makes her feel intimidated or bored. Hense the enthusiastic communications she has with our teenage kids(14 and 17) and their friends.I truly want to know what I am doing wrong and what I should be doing in order to conduct some interesting and meaningful conversations with her.P.S I am a little conservative with regards to my values and beliefs.Could this be the problem.

  978. Linda Scott Says:

    To infuse and empower my conversations with a man - friendly richness and dynamism guaranteed to create a deep connection and attraction.To minimize mistakes and conversation faux pas which create distance and bad feeling .

  979. Emmanuel Ekpo Says:

    I’ve always known that the key to any successful relationship is great communication and it does not happen overnight. It will take a great deal of hardwork and effort to get it right. Even the best of relationships/marriages still work on the level of communication that exists in such relationships. Mine is not an exception. I have been married for 4 and a half years now and I can tell you that we still have a long way to go in our communication. I’ve got just one life to live and I want to get it right. So whatever help I can get will be highly appreciated. Thank you.

  980. Cathrine Vincenti Says:

    Dear Mia and others,
    I really want your knowledge from this book. The truth is that I am deeply in love with a lovely man since 2 months. We are both divorced and middle aged but good and bad experience from relationships. I want to learn how to keep this man and our relationship running! Help me pls;)

  981. Vitalis Okoth Says:

    Mia,
    I totally believe I need to have a copy of your free conversation chemistry for three major reasons.One is I ever thought that being good in my relationship meant only maintainaing the same level of communication both verbal and nonverbal and that was all. So am confused that it doesnt seem to be working. Two I need to read more on what I belive am missing out on and I strongly have an African hitch that it must be in this book and must be working for me and lastly I believe that you will choose me as one of your best chosen 5 as the only Kenyan busie and wanting to learn more on relationships for I involve my self on a day to day basis working as a full time trained professional counsellor and yet still facing realities to do with infedility in my relationship believe it. This will go along way not only to equip me for my self but for others thus having deep positive reach.
    GOD BLESS

  982. Maria Says:

    I’v always been the girl who has her nose in the books. When it comes to talking to someone of the opposite sex I freeze. I haven’t the slightest clue on what to say to get someone to talk let alone carry a conversation. I’m afraid I seem BORING to them. I think I would greatly benefit from this book. I feel like any oppertunity for a relationship is just walking away. I definitely need some help. Thank you for taking the time to review my entry, I appreciate it. Have a good day ladies.

  983. joseph Says:

    I NEED TO KNOW ALOT ISSUES ON THOSE TPPICS.

  984. Elaine Firestone Says:

    Dear Mia,
    I would love to have the book as I have a degree in Communication but I will never stop learning. It is so important to feel comfortable at all times. One cannot continuously impress men or anyone without having tools to do so. I am in love with an incredible man right now and as a result of the material from The Women Men Adore (Grant) and Mimi’s daily information I remain excited about how it has helped me in this endearing relationship. I could not have come this far without it. I respect all of you who have developed these books and I want MORE. Thank you! Elaine

  985. KW Says:

    Since the woman came from the man it’s all about body chemistry! The rib she was made from covered the lungs so the first and foremost issue is the hot air that comes out… Go figure! Should be a good read…

  986. Elaine Firestone Says:

    Dear Mia,
    I would love to have the book as I have a degree in Communication but I will never stop learning. It is so important to feel comfortable at all times. One cannot continuously impress men or anyone without having tools to do so. I am in love with an incredible man right now and as a result of the material from The Women Men Adore (Grant) and Mimi’s daily information I remain excited about how it has helped me in this endearing relationship. I could not have come this far without it. I respect all of you who have developed these books and I want MORE. Thank you! Elaine

  987. spiwe Says:

    want a Conversaton Cemistry so that I would speak to my man in a way that i won’t go to the extreme of talking something that I will regret and he will not come back to me again.

  988. Ajewole Stephen Says:

    Thank u very much for this elarborate programme, I think with this, u have safe alot of marriages i want u to continue with this programme and i will need this book not for noly me and for those around who have no assess to internet to be benefited because nothing like peaceful family. And i believe with this book i will be able to address my wife in proper and more mature way. God bless.

  989. julie Says:

    Hi Dear Mia Summers:
    I’m very interesting to the ” Conversation Chemistry”. I want to develop the skill of conversation with my friends and the opposite sex…

    thank you

    yours faithfully
    julie

  990. Kenneth Hall Says:

    I want a copy of the book because i have been working at saving my marriage for about two years now and i have put up with rejection,affection neglect,cruel and cold diggs and other factors that would have made most men walk away from their wife and marriage, but i refuse to give up because i love my wife and my two boys and i refuse to let anything stand in my way to make things whole again in my home. And now she finaly is starting to try a little and the one thing that i think would make all the difference would be this book!!!! Thank you Ken

  991. Kenneth Hall Says:

    I want a copy of the book because i have been working at saving my marriage for about two years now and i have put up with rejection,affection neglect,cruel and cold diggs and other factors that would have made most men walk away from their wife and marriage, but i refuse to give up because i love my wife and my two boys and i refuse to let anything stand in my way to make things whole again in my home. And now she finaly is starting to try a little and the one thing that i think would make all the difference would be this book!!!! Thank you Ken

  992. Kenneth Hall Says:

    Thank you for reading my statment,Ken

  993. lubna Says:

    i have difficulties in this despite my age is 36 and till now iam not married

  994. Athur Says:

    The reason I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry is because I need it so bad. I have always had a tough time talking to people and when it comes to women it’s even worse. I mean, I literally freeze and embarrass myself sometimes, not knowing what to say. I guess one can call me a basket case… Who knows may be even Conversation Chemistry can’t work for me since I am an extreme case.

  995. eve Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy,

    When with opposite sex, shy females like would find it hard to start or continue a conversation and keep it moving. Hence, it would be good to learn tricks or ways by which this can be done easily, effortless and with more confidence on one’s self.
    Thank you very much! All the best.

  996. gail Says:

    I would like to be able to speak to anyone at any time.
    Thank you,

    gail

  997. gail Says:

    I would like to speak to any one at any time.

    gail

  998. Revel Says:

    In reference to F-R-E-E copy of book - - If body language is 90%, then Listen with your eyes.

  999. Moses Says:

    hi Mia,
    i wiil be so glad to read your Conversation Chemistry. please, iwant this cuz sometime if i just walk to a woman i won’t know what to say, sometimes, i just want technics on how to win womans hearth. i’m young guy in nigeria,i will apreciate if you can put me through. thanks your friend Moses

  1000. Aracely Van Kirk Says:

    we had been married for 8 years, for both of us this is our second marriage…Between the two of us, we have 5 boys. (2 are mine and 3 are my husband’s)… they are adults now… between 21 to 27 years old. Because we didn’t have a girl, we decided to adopt a little girl from China last year… she is 3 years old… and she is a darling!… but because our life style changed as well as our priorities…. I noticed that our comunication has decreasing drastically. Him and I doesn’t talk that much or spend time together as a couple like it was before. When I need something, I call at work or send an e-mail, so I will have an answer; but when he comes back from work, he goes to his computer or newspaper and tv… and barely talk to me…
    Thank you for your time… Aracely

  1001. Moses Says:

    hi Mia,
    i wiil be so glad to read your books. please, iwant this cuz sometime if i just walk to a woman i won’t know what to say, sometimes, i just want technics on how to win womans hearth. i’m young guy in nigeria,i will apreciate if you can put me through. thanks your friend Moses

  1002. Mary-Ann Says:

    I would like to have this book because i always feel that i dont know the right thing to say to make people feel comfortable. I hate feeling uncomfortable and I would like to make people feel great and wonderful around me.

  1003. Penny Garner Says:

    I was married for 26 years and now as a single woman that has been out of circulation for so long, I am trying to figure out how to date and carry on conversations with not only men, but all new people I meet. I always seem to stumble over my words, or go completely blank on what to say….. HELP!!!

  1004. ronnie Says:

    l have been facing the problem of talking to people of opposite sex for than 5years now and l think the book will tremendously help me.my friends have often taken me as somene who cant have a girlfriend and l really dont know my way out and that book is my only hope

  1005. Bwale Says:

    Well i think chemistry is the the main thing,i have seen too many people miserable after break up’s and i think they overlook the main thing, so if you avail me a copy it will enhance my understanding and will in turn help my community since am a peer educator.

  1006. Joseph Says:

    to improve my current relationship talking skills
    to be a better lover
    to mind and care when talking to my loved one

  1007. Mary Jo Williamson Says:

    I tend to get tongue tied when talking to men, especially if there is a strong physical chemistry.

  1008. Joseph Says:

    to be a better lover

  1009. Joseph Says:

    to mind and care when talking to my loved one

  1010. Joseph Says:

    to improve my current relationship talking skills

  1011. Alex Says:

    I believe a copy of conversation chemistry will cure my chronic foot-in-mouth syndrome!

  1012. Ursula Says:

    Please could you pick me to win this book?!

    ..I never know what to say to people, ..go out & meet new people you say?? - torture!! My tongue ties itself up regularly, this shyness has always been so debilitating and now so frustrating please help?!!

  1013. Ilona David Says:

    I believe, I really need some help. I am 39 years old, living on a part time income with my daughter, been married twice, and have not been married for the past 10 years. I have been engaged several times though. I am keep running off, because of fear of lies. I can not believe anymore to man, not all they say. Some explained to me after being caught lying to me, that I made them lie to me. I gave them the reason with the way I ask. They were scared to tell me the truth. Though in the beginning of the relationship they are all open and tell me even more than I ever needed to know! They feel comfortable telling me all about their secrets. But when the relationship would turn to serious, I become more cautious and start to keep my eyes open. Just for a sake of making sure they are not making the same mistakes with me. To eliminate the wrong partner for me. When they notice I am cautious, they pull back and start lying to me, to the point, I don’;t know what to believe anymore. With my open personality, I do let them know about my findings, in hope for them to stop lying, but they got deeper into it till I say “I have heard enough lies, I am out”
    I am lonely, really want to share my life with a loving , caring and honest person. I have a daughter, who is grown now, and away in university. I can not be a loner, it is painful. Have no other relatives in this country but my daughter, and I can’t hold onto her forever. She was my life for the past 20 years, cared for her all alone. Now I have the need, more than ever to have someone really care for me as I care for my partner. I have always been the one who changed for my partners. Turned my life and my daughters around for them, what ever they wanted. But I need to learn how to keep Mr. right in my life. I have met only a few, who really fit the description, but they ended up lying to me as well. I have a lot of love to give, and have the need to give. To me seems I am keep giving it to the wrong person, but I am starting to doubt myself on that.

    Please, I am really in the need to learn proper communication with my love interest. Unfortunately, can not afford to buy the book, so the free copy would really change my life to a better. I am tired of meeting new people. In my age group, man are all ‘been there, done that’ and just as scared as I am of commitment, out of fear of history repeating itself. I am ready to change that path, so please send me a free copy to be able to make a life changing move, not only for me, but for the man I am involved with. It would touch more than one life if I became a happier person.(My daughter’s, my partner’s, and all that I am getting in contact with: friends , co-workers, even a clerk’s in a store)

    Thank You for the consideration.

    Regards

    Ilona David

  1014. Dana Says:

    As a newly single again person and being rather skiddish about it, I think the book would be a valuable read!

  1015. MARGARET EVANS Says:

    I wish you luck with the launch of your new book. Sure it will be helpful to us young and older. Men tend to be intimadating at times when you are just trying to have a casual conversation with them. Whether it be your first conversation in person or over the telephone or internet. Keep up the good words for us to enjoy.

  1016. Katherine Says:

    I really need a copy of this book because when I get stumped by what to say, I wind up turning all shades of red and then figure out how to leave the group. So please help!

  1017. Hazel Says:

    Why would I want this book? To put an end to those days where I open my mouth only to change feet!!

  1018. alli Says:

    Hi I would love this book because i do not have much confidence in talking to most people let alone men and it would be great to get tips on what/where im going wrong.
    And hopefully get the confidence in putting your quotes/tips to practice.

    Fingers crossed x heres hoping xx

  1019. Nkechi Ali-Balogun Says:

    I have a ministry for mature singles from the age of 35 and part of the challenge is attracting the right person and knowing what to say when you finally meet one. Besides we could do with a lot more information in this area. Knowledge they say is power.
    By the way will you be willing to come to Africa? What would it cost to have you come to Lagos Nigeria sometime in the near future to talk about this aspect of relationship

  1020. Christine Santangelo Says:

    My husband left me for another woman after 34 years of marriage. After conversing with the same man for all those years I truly need something to point me in the right direction as far as holding up my end of the conversation or keeping up the conversation with the opposite sex. I have been flying by the seat of my pants and I am anxious to see what I have been doing right/wrong. Help!!

  1021. Kelly Says:

    Not only do I need it for myself inside my 2 1/2 year love relationship, its always good to brush up on great conversation with men…..I also own a dating service, and I find that MANY (and most) of my female clients really need this jump start!!!

    Please pick me!

  1022. Nkechi Ali-Balogun Says:

    I have a ministry for mature singles from the age of 35 and part of the challenge is attracting the right person and knowing what to say when you finally meet one. Besides we could do with a lot more information in this area. Knowledge they say is power.
    By the way will you be willing to come to Africa? What would it cost to have you come to Lagos Nigeria sometime in the near future to talk about this aspect of relationship

  1023. Heather Says:

    Alot of the people that I am surrounded by are gregarious and
    just plain fun to be around and I would love to be able to reciprocate those qualities…to genuinely feel like I am one of “those people”…. I believe that a key to achieve that goal would be to learn the skills in this series…Thanks!

  1024. Brigid Says:

    I want to receive the secret formula for creating a irresistibly potent concoction. I’ve got all the right ingredients I just need to know the magic amount of each one and the order required to create dynamite! Please teach me the way forward……

  1025. Mark Stevens Says:

    I deserve a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I think it would make a real difference in my life.

    I’m probably older than most of the people who are on your list (in my forties) I haven’t been able to date for the last ten years because I’ve been looking after my elderly parents.

    They both passed away early last year and while it is sad, my mom always said, “you have to keep going.” And that’s what I’m doing. She always encouraged me to go out and meet a nice girl.

    I’ve been trying to date for the last few months but I am not having too much success. I find I’m lost with women now, having not been out on a date for so long. I’m unsure what to say, how to approach etc.

    So Conversation Chemistry would really make a big difference in my life.

    Best,

    Mark

  1026. Mary Jo Says:

    I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because we all need some dazzle to come up with. Plus, I think it will be exciting to experiment with!

    Mary Jo

  1027. rose Says:

    I’d like to win a copy of conversation chemistry because out of all the dating advice I’ve ever received, Amy Waterman’s is the soundest and wisest. I really appreciate her holistic approach to any situation and so I would be fascinated to know what she has to say about conversation chemistry. I’m a good talker generally but faced with someone I’m interested in I clam right up: instead I’d like to learn how to open up calmly like a lotus leaf on a petal and I’m sure Amy is the person to teach me.

  1028. Joanie Says:

    I can’t wait!

  1029. Guiomar Says:

    I am an RN who works in hospice. I am very committed to my work and spend a lot of time at it. I do a lot of listening and talk with people about solving their problems. Now, when I get with people, male and female, who not nurses….I’m not that great at small talk and conversation. My life revolves around my work and it shows….I’d like to learn some skills to become a more interesting, general conversationalist.

  1030. Okpe John Abutu Says:

    Eager to improve my conversation and maintain amiable relationship with my spouse for better homeward. Tanx.

  1031. Heather Says:

    I would love to be able to interact with others in a way that leaves them with that “can’t wait to see her again” feeling…
    Thanks

  1032. Lynn Says:

    Ever since my divorce, I find it hard to make or initiate “regular” conversations with men. I guess marriage did that to me. I would always look at a man with just a polite degree of interest before. But now that I am by myself and would like to gain my confidence back, I feel that this book is going to be useful to me. I dont want to rush into some sort of relationship this early but I also want men to know that I am attainable and a person worth getting to know with. Thank you.

  1033. Caitlin Says:

    I am someone who is known for her great people skills in business and community activities, but I feel like I’m 12 years old when I talk to a man I’m attracted to. I am beautiful and desirable but I don’t always get past the first or second date….Something falls flat in the way I communicate with men I’m interested in. I’m sure I can learn and grow, but I need some guidance!

  1034. lynda Says:

    because i can talk to women fine, but have great difficulty in talking to men especilally the the one’s i really am interested in. I think this e-book would help me a tremendous amount as i have spent most f my adult life single.

  1035. Caitlin Says:

    I am someone who is known for her great people skills in business and community activities, but I feel like I’m 12 years old when I talk to a man I’m attracted to. I am beautiful and desirable but I don’t always get past the first or second date….Something falls flat in the way I communicate with men I’m interested in. I’m sure I can learn and grow, but I need some guidance!

  1036. Kim Says:

    I would really appreciated a free copy of this book as everything that I have received from this website is simply outstanding. I recently got divorced after 17 1/2 of marriage not of my choosing. I would like to start dating again but feel very insecure about putting myself out there again and taking the risk of being rejected. Hopefully this book will help me to be confident in my conversations with men. After my divorce my self-esteem was so low, I felt horribly ugly, fat and unwanted and so very needy. I am slowly gaining back my self-esteem and the information in Calling Men I feel was instrumental in gaining back some of my self-respect and dignity. Thank you so much!

  1037. Benni Says:

    We could all use a little good conversation chemistry! The kind of chemistry that sweetens up our interactions with others, not the kind that goes “BOOM” and makes a cloud of noxious smoke. The kind of chemistry that greases the wheels and makes a girl feel more confident. I’m very interested in what you have to say on the topic… because most relationships not only start with conversation, it’s what keeps them fresh and interesting.

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  1039. Margaret Creviston Says:

    Relationships are better than ever since I found Christian Carter’s Catch & Keep - then, Mimi Tanner’s Calling Men. Each day I look forward to the emails to recieve the next facet to build this gem of a lifetime of increasingly fulfilling relationships; most especially with that one great man that I have in my life now.

  1040. Sharon Alama Says:

    Apparently I’ve been in the lab tooo long mixing the wrong chemicals for love.
    It’s time to get off my big fat BEAKER and learn to blend the right elements!!
    Let the explosion begin!

    THANK YOU!!

  1041. Pam Quiroga Says:

    I am a successful, happy woman with lots and lots of male friends. But in all my years, I’ve come to notice one thing - I’m not a closer. I can get men’s attention (in positive, productive ways), but I just can’t “draw them in”. I’ve even been on dates were halfway through they’ve asked me if I have any single cute friends! While that hasn’t stopped me from dating a few amazing men in the past, I can’t help but feel I’m somehow limiting my future… it’s time for a change!

  1042. Stratos Says:

    I want and like to feel wommen happy around me

  1043. bianca Says:

    Im a shy type of person so I really need Ms.Mia a copy of your conversation chemistry to improve myself,to gain more confidence in front others and to have more friends..

  1044. C.J Says:

    Wow. The holy grail of male and female communication! Who wouldn’t want a copy of something like this. I know most people love the typical “What do you want to do?”, “I dunno what do YOU want to do” conversations that most of us seem to participate in on a daily basis (heavy sarcasm if you couldn’t tell), but to actually have an arsenal of things to say in any situation with the opposite sex is truly something that sounds monumental. I would hate to say goodbye to my “Do you like stuff?” line, but this definitely sounds like it would be worth it.

  1045. Chey Says:

    Hi there! Ok, I need this ebook because I have no conversational skills! I’m very outgoing but when trying to talk to someone on the first date or so I make a terrible impression simply because when I’m nervous I do one of two things. 1.) Talk to much… divulge way to much info and usually stick my foot in my mouth or 2.) I’m tounge tied because I have no idea what to say…. usually with a lovely ‘deer in the headlights’ look. Neither of these are very impressive! I need help!

  1046. Linda Says:

    I really would love a copy of this book. I have a problem with how I come off when I speak to people (at times to strong) I’m taken the wrong way and the person becomes offended so I try to not say much which makes me seem quite shy (which I’m not. I need to learn how to communicte w/others

  1047. peggy Says:

    I need guidance on transferring my comfort level in non-romantic situations to the encounters that really count for me.

  1048. Jean Says:

    I’m nearing 40 and long over-due on learning how to communicate in way that makes people (men) enjoy being around me. Conversation Chemistry sounds like the answer. No more shy, little kitten…bring out the tigress!!

  1049. Lorelei Says:

    I have purchased Christian Carter books and Bob Grants book as throughout my thirties I maintained my indepdence and ability to not need a man to such a degree I had forgotten my absolute power in being a woman and femine touches towards men that I am sure I scared plenty of wonderful men and they ran in the other direction. Both these wonderful men have shown me the power in being soft and powerful. At this moment I have been in a relationship that is absolutely wonderful for me. I want to continue my process in learning how to interact and show my best self to my sweetheart and if he knew I am sure he would be thanking all of you including you mimi for the small reminders on how to enjoy being a woman.

  1050. Lisa Lamb Says:

    Conversation Chemistry would help me in all areas of my life. I feel like this is the thing that holds me back in my career, my love life, and in my relationships with family and friends. I constantly second guess myself and wonder what to say, when and how to say it, or even what did I say or not say that was wrong or inappropriate. I am a very intelligent woman but I feel like because of something that seems so easy to some people, I isolate myself from people and situations due to fear of not knowing how to communicate properly with others. I am an avid reader and I learn by “reading the instructions”, so this book would be invaluable at helping me improve my conversations with people.

  1051. Frances Says:

    I have a problem buying any thing through email. I would rather you send me things in the mail…i love to read… and I don’t mind paying by check. I feel safe in that way.
    My name & address is:
    Frances Marks
    22811 Ford Rd. Lot# 1
    Porter, Texas 77365

  1052. Frances Says:

    Pls. send my a reply.

  1053. larry mwambazi Says:

    Hi, i am quiet happy to learn that your book is finally out. I am certainly interested in having a chance to read this book,reason being that many are the times i have fallen out of favour of the woman’s love life. Sometimes i wonder why this all happens like this. Hence i feel this book will help me know more about LOVE matters. I am Sara Paul’s follower and i have so far leant alot of things from her teachings.

    Regards

  1054. Jane Says:

    I would like to learn as much as I can about conversing with the opposite sex and your book sounds like a wonderful place to start.

  1055. abenezer Says:

    cause i realy realy need it & i bet you understand

  1056. Michelle Marsh Says:

    Hi Mia,

    I NEED this book. I have been divorced for 11 years and find it very difficult to talk to men.

    I do not want to be alone for the rest of my life. I am meant to be with someone, but I just don’t know how to find “the one”.

    Thank you for your help!

  1057. Barb Says:

    I have been divorced for 18 years and still recovering and just now trying to figure out why….. help communication is so important, to many mixed messages he say it this way and she says it that way. Both have totally different messages. This book might help me launch my new goal, great communication.

  1058. Michelle Marsh Says:

    Hi Mia,

    I NEED this book. I have been divorced for 11 years and find it very difficult to talk to men.

    I do not want to be alone for the rest of my life. I am meant to be with someone, but I just don’t know how to find “the one”.

    Thank you for your help!

  1059. Marlene Grayson Says:

    Well I havent been out in the dating world for a long while, about 5 years! And I tell you I could use all the help I can get!! I know I’m nervous talking to men to this day since I’ve been outof the dating scene, So I really want your book, and actually I think I really NEED your book, it seems like it would be very interesting to read, and where I work, (in a hospital) around alot of nurses and women, I think they will really order your book once they get a hold of it from me. So PLEASE, PLEASE, send me your book,I need HELP!!!

  1060. Robert Says:

    my wife and I have been married for just over 4 years. We have seemed to lost the communication between us. What used to be wonderful talks, are now dreaded talks with no interesting info. I use to be able to make her laugh and smile without hesitation. It appears that the chemistry between use is missing. As if we are just roommates that pass in the night. We have lost the connection that brought us together. I really wish there was some way to bring it back or change the current situation. I love her so much, however she is not interested in me like she use to be. Somehow it would be nice to get back the chemistry. Maybe fall back in love with me and continue a life long relationship together. This is why i would like the copy of conversation chemistry. Thanks

  1061. Raye Lynn Fletcher Says:

    Hi! I am a 55 year old single parent who has been single for 14 years. Now that my children are almost grown and out of the house, I want to find that special relationship to spend the rest of my life growing old in. Since it has beena long time since I have tried to impress the opposite sex, I’m sure I can use all the help you (and anyone else for that matter!) can give me!!

    Thanks for your consideration!

    Raye Lynn Fletcher

  1062. Robin Says:

    I have always been a deathy shy person, in my younger years and then when I had 3 natural births, it gave me a different confidence to talk to others, especially learning the love of a child..
    My father always used to tell me that if I would just ask one question about someone that they would think I was the most interesting conversationalist.. Maybe that was true of woman and sometimes men but I still have a hard time, my neck turns red, I feel flushed and nothing comes out of this mouth that sounds half “smart”, please, I need help!!!
    Bless you for coming out with a book like this for we tongue-tied woman…

  1063. Shaun Hackney Says:

    Hello! I would love to receive a copy of “Conversation Chemistry” because I believe it will help me in my daily dealings with people! I am directly involved with assisting in the rebuilding of the MS. Gulf Coast since hurricane Katrina; and the people I deal with (hundreds weekly!) are usually pretty angry about their situation and it’s is up to me to diffuse the situation. I can usually look at the address and say something endearing about their general locale.. but I could really use some new pointers! Thank you! Shaun Hackney

  1064. Dolly Says:

    I would love to have a copy of Conversation Chemistry! I’m approached by a lot of men but I get flustered and tongue tied - the clever thing to say always comes to me just as they walk away. Help!

  1065. Trac Says:

    Dear Mia and May,

    I am so gald that you will publish this book. I believe this book will definitely help a lot of women in the dark area of communication and converstation with the opposite sex.

    I had broken marriage and my dates did go well. After I did the cause analysis for the results, I found that I am certainly lack of the communiction and converstaion skills with men. I may not really know when and how to speak men to spark the interests and attraction, at the same time not lose my selfesteems, keep my selfconfidence.

    I firmly believe your book will help me and other women in this areas, I will write to you all the benifits that I will get from book once I get it and read it.

    Best Regards,

    Trac

  1066. janine Says:

    I am just entering the dating world after 23 years of marriage. I don’t have a clue what to say to men anymore. Ater hello, I’m lost. HELP!!!

  1067. katie Says:

    I often know the right thing to say but lack the confidence
    to say it at the right time. I feel this book is a
    godsend to those of us who get tongue tied at the times
    we need to be playful and someone that really sparks
    a man’s interst.

  1068. Janny Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry as I want to improve my relationships with men by being able to talk in a way that they will listen, connect and open up to.

  1069. Nicola Johnston Says:

    Recently I have been going through a tough time and am in the process of learning to love myself again. I am coming along extremely well with this and I know I have a great personality and am a fun person. However, I am also, pretty shy and one of the things I am trying to change about myself is my confidence with people. I really want to be able to let myself shine out and to raise my personal magnetism and be the person I want to be! I would simply love this book as a way of helping me do this.

    Thanks! Nicola. X

  1070. Sly Says:

    I would really like a copies of conversation chemistry M’am im 38 yrs old n still single i find it hard to communicate with guys cz im very conservative n shy type of person i dnt know how to interact wd the male

  1071. Betty Gordon Says:

    I have been trying to break into the dating field and work in the oil & gas business where I need to communicate with alot of people. I am always lost for words as what to say to even carry on a conversation with many such people at functions. I find alot of people who are in the executive position overwhelming and tend to not approach them in case I say something wrong. So not to put myself in a position of not being able to answer them property I avoid going to any fuctions. Dating as well…when I meet a man our conversations seem to only go so far and then I am lost for words. As well I would love to make them feel important and sweet but I dont know how to do that.

    Betty

  1072. Leanna Says:

    Wow well if I had something to help me not act like such a fool around the opposite sex, I would not only have more luck in love, but I would probably have a few more guy friends as well! No matter if I’m attracted to a guy or not, I simply cannot talk to them, I get all flustered and it feels like everything goes into overdrive, so much so, that nothing works properly! Sometimes it seems that guys are interested in me, until I open my mouth and stumble all over myself. It’s easy to laugh it all off, but it would be so much easier to have a successful conversation with a guy. If your Conversation Chemistry book could help me with all of this, I would be so grateful!

  1073. issa Says:

    I need it because when I meet my girlfriend or some body else all ideas go out of my mind so I feel embarased .

  1074. Jo Says:

    Chemistry has always been my best subject back then in school…but I can never seem to get conversations to work in reality…

  1075. Lala Says:

    I would very much like a copy of this book, as I believe, conversation is the most important part of human relations. I would like my friends to consider me a good conversationalist and I want the opportunity to learn how to do that. Please send me a free copy of the book, as I have bought so many ebooks recently, I have run out of money!

    Thank you :-)

    I love your books by the way, they have helped me tremendously!

  1076. Vivian Says:

    A want a copy of the book because I really love men who are diplomatic and well spoken. My ex is that type of person. Whatever I say, he has the ability to turn it into something light, easy and funny. I really admire people who are diplomatic and well spoken and I do want to be one myself. I think this book is gonna shed some light on how to become one.

    Thank you!

  1077. Cathie Garrett Metz Says:

    I am recently separated from my spouse of 15 years. In addition to that I moved away from family and friends, in essence my comfort zone, to another state, another job. I do a lot of public speaking and I meet many people. I travel to many of our work locations to speak with employees on benefits and other company policies. I would love to improve my conversation skills to not be as tongue tied as I am most of the time. It is simply because I do not know what to say when it comes to the art of conversation. Once I warm up to a person my shyness does go away and things seem to flow a little easier.
    Thank you for your consideration.
    Sincerely,
    Cathie Garrett Metz

  1078. Sunnymay Says:

    I’d like to know a few more ways to keep the conversation going, rather than what I usually do which is jump in and interrupt. How can I keep my cool when I’m nervous about how I’ll come off sounding especially with the opposite sex? I’m inquisitive, but maybe don’t leave long enough pauses in the conversation before asking the next question. I’m fascinated by writers who can make dialogue seem so natural and effortless. Please give me a chance to page through your book.

  1079. Kristy Herling Says:

    Mia,
    I really want a copy because I am already 50 years old and feel that time is running out for me. I do not know how to converse in a interesting way and crave your guidance. A good relationship where conversation is key means more than anything, except life itself to me. So many times I start telling men all about my past failed relationships and Ex’s. I need direction and ideas to build a conversation on. One liners just leave you dead in the water. Thank-you for considering me, I would use you advice and appreciate you always!
    Kristy

  1080. Sarra Vinnik Says:

    Hello there!
    Well to start off, I am a 19-year-old university student who is really out-going and life-loving. I usually have an easy time talking to guys that I have just met–but only if I don’t feel like I want to get to know them on more than just a friend basis.
    It’s when I feel something like butterflies in my stomache when I just meet a great guy that I have absolutely nothing to say. Literally! I’ll smile and say “Nice to meet you.” But that’s it. I can’t think of anything else to say. It’s almost like the guys that I’m not interested in are easy to hold conversation with, but the ones that I would like to blossom into to something more I just can’t seem to make it work. You can’t even imagine how many opportunities I have missed just because I couldn’t say anything.
    I want to change that. I want to be able to know the right thing to say at the right time to the right person. It would change my life. I know that not only will I be to communicate well with guys that I’d like to get to know better, but also with other people (friends, family, coworkers, etc.) in my life. Thank-you very much!
    Respectfully,
    Sarra V.

  1081. Tina Says:

    I am very interested in this book because I have had my heart broken 3 times this year, After my boyfriend of 6 yrs and the father of my child cheated on me with a 17 yr old girl. I was heartbroken. Then met a few men after that and they really broke my heart. Not long after that my mother died so its been a hard road for me. For some reason I cant keep a man? So Please consider me for the free book I am very interested Thank You

  1082. Melissa Roberts Says:

    After a recent divorce from a verbally abusive bipolar man, I find myself completely lacking in confidence. I have worked hard on losing weight, making the most of my looks, and trying to walk with confidence- after reading some of Mimi’s (and others) on-line books. Men are starting to approach me. But the moment I open my mouth things go downhill. I have already chased away one man I wanted to have a chance with. I am unsure of myself. I say the wrong things. I feel uncertain and like I am back in my pre-teens when I am actually in mid-life. I am definitely the prime candidate for needing a huge amount of help. Please help!

  1083. Andrea Says:

    I need to find a way to be more conversational and less deep in everyday situations with all kinds of men/people. It is intense conversation or nothing for me…I am no good at how to “just discuss the weather” which is useful in alot of ways.
    Thx!

  1084. Tawanna Says:

    The reason, I need Conversation Chemistry is because, I need to know how to talk to men on all levels. I can get a man, but the problem is saying the right things to keep him. I have had two marriages that didn’t work and a boyfriend that I’m crazy about, but they all run from me because of my mouth. Please find it in your heart to mix me, so I can have good conversation and also know what to say to men to keep them with me. Thanks.

  1085. Melissa Roberts Says:

    After a recent divorce from a verbally abusive bipolar man, I find myself completely lacking in confidence. I have worked hard on losing weight, making the most of my looks, and trying to walk with confidence- after reading some of Mimi’s (and others) on-line books. Men are starting to approach me. But the moment I open my mouth things go downhill. I have already chased away one man I wanted to have a chance with. I am unsure of myself. I say the wrong things. I feel uncertain and like I am back in my pre-teens when I am actually in mid-life. I am definitely the prime candidate for needing a huge amount of help. Please help!

  1086. Rita Says:

    I would love to own a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I believe it will be very helpful to me.

    For a long time I’ve had difficulties having a good conversation with a guy. I either end up saying something stupid or the conversation ends up so boring that he gradually withdraws until he stops calling altogether.

    I’m hoping that if I get the opportunity to own this book, it will help me improve my conversation skills and make me a better and more interesting conversationalist with men

  1087. Annie Fineman Says:

    Hi Mia, I’m interested in this information because of how shy I tend to be. I’m still not over a broken heart and due to that I find it difficult to have light-hearted conversations with anyone other than people who I don’t mind do all the talking! LOL Thank you! Annie

  1088. Terri Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because it seems that I have a hard time lasting in an conversation with a guy. It’s like I run out of things to say or don’t want to say the wrong things to make him think otherwise about me. I truly feel this ebook will be of trmendous help to me. I always read books to help me in any area of my life however, I ‘ve never read a book on conversating with the opposite sex. I really do hope that I am chosen to win your book that I am so eager to read and learn.

    Thank you,

    Terri

  1089. Rox Says:

    My husband and I have been married for 15 years, and one of our biggest problems is communication. Even simply chatting together can be stressful, mainly because he lacks communication skills. Its not in a blaming tone I say this, he was abused as a child by his parents, and he didnt learn some very important skills. Hes in therapy, but his therapist (in my opinion) isnt very good. She spends more time talking about her vacations than his problems.
    We’re a lovely couple, we just need some help communicating!

  1090. Melissa Roberts Says:

    Conversation Chemistry Contest
    After a recent divorce from a verbally abusive bipolar man, I find myself completely lacking in confidence. I have worked hard on losing weight, making the most of my looks, and trying to walk with confidence- after reading some of Mimi’s (and others) on-line books. Men are starting to approach me. But the moment I open my mouth things go downhill. I have already chased away one man I wanted to have a chance with. I am unsure of myself. I say the wrong things. I feel uncertain and like I am back in my pre-teens when I am actually in mid-life. I am definitely the prime candidate for needing a huge amount of help. Winning a copy of Conversation Chemistry would definitely be a great start.

  1091. Crystal Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy;
    The reason I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry is, not for myself, but for my best friend.
    My friend (whose name I will not reveal because she is very shy) is a wonderfully sweet and caring person whose ex boyfriend recently said and did some things to her that should never happen to a person. Not only that, but he keeps finding ways to talk to her and brow beat her into believing that everything bad that happened was her fault!
    She admits that she is socially awkward, and has often told me, “I wish there was something I could read/do that would make it all make sense!”
    When I read the description of your book I couldn’t help but think of her. She has tried so hard and so many times even to just make friends but gets tongue tied and it spirals down from there; she has the most trouble with men, especially those she finds cute and attractive.
    I honestly think this book will give her the tools and the confidence to get back out there and start meeting the men that actually will treat her like the wonderful person she is.
    Yours Truly
    Crystal

  1092. George Stokan Says:

    How do two people connect on a spiritual level?

  1093. doris Says:

    hi my name is doris and im new to this whole dating game im 49 and i have never been with anyone but my husband my husband died and now im a single mom and trying to date again but i dont know were to start can you please help if so please help me thank you doris

  1094. amandalufy@yahoo.com Says:

    Thanks Mimi,I would love to have copies of conversation chemistry cos communicating the right way is so important.
    Amanda

  1095. Barbara Alsworth Says:

    I would like a copy of “Conversation Chemistry - How to Talk to the Opposite Sex” because I have lost the art of communication with my boyfriend. When we do talk it is the everyday stuff, “What are your plans for the day…” junk that kills intimacy. He is an introvert and will not talk on his own, especially to me. The banter and deep bonding is dying in our relationship. I thank this book could really help me relate to him and save what future we have. Thank you and Have a wonderful day.

  1096. pam bruno Says:

    Dear Mia and Amy,
    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because whenever I talk to a man, especially someone who is attractive and intelligent, the chemical reaction is either a slow fizzling until he says, “OK, nice talking to you” and walks away, or a big explosion over something I say, resulting in him RUNNING away, leaving me sitting with my foot planted firmly in my mouth.
    In other words, I have never been a good Chemistry student, but I am eager to learn!
    Thanks for this opportunity.
    Sincerely,
    Pam Bruno

  1097. amandalufy@yahoo.com Says:

    well, wouldnt want to say any wrong stuff when out on a date and communicating the right way is very vital, thanks.
    Amanda

  1098. patricia Says:

    I’m a real shy person need a boost when it comes to converstions with men! Please HELP!

  1099. Linda Foreman Says:

    I definitely need some chemistry because my conversations suffer either from verbal constipation when I just can’t think of anything to say or if I push myself it becomes total verbal diarrohea….a real case of irritable vowel syndrome or IVS…there must be something out there to help and I think this may be it…

  1100. Iris Dzioduck Says:

    I am 61 years old and still don’t seem to know ‘how to say it right’ with men. So any Help would be so very apreciated. I love the creatures, but how do you talk to them??????????

  1101. Will Says:

    I was fortunate to be good at Chemistry at school, often coming first in class, as I have matured I have found moments when my formula seems to give variable results at times rather like Robinson Crusoe trying to engage Friday in conversataion on first meeting. So you wont be surprised to learn I would value a copy of Conversation Chemistry.

  1102. fiona Says:

    Hi Mia.. I’m not a shy person. My problem is verbal diarrhoea! I don’t know what to say so I let words and thoughts literally fall from my brain via the mouth! In my efforts to find something to talk about I cover all topics… and let myself down badly. People see me as hyper and attention seeking when I’m really just nervous!
    Help!
    Fiona

  1103. carmel landau Says:

    I am very shy and feel that this book will help me to open up and talk more easily to guys.

  1104. Linda Foreman Says:

    I definitely need some chemistry because my conversations suffer either from verbal constipation when I just can’t think of anything to say or if I push myself it becomes total verbal diarrohea….a real case of irritable vowel syndrome or IVS…there must be something out there to help and I think this may be it…

  1105. carmel landau Says:

    I am very shy and feel that this book will help me open up and talk more easily to guys.

  1106. arlene Says:

    My number 1 reason is I’m always looking for ways to enchance communication. It sounds like this book would be a great asset.

  1107. Nguyen Le Says:

    Hi Amy,
    A greeting from a far far away Asian country. I am a Vietnamese girl who desperately want to know how to communicate well with the opposite sex and also people in general. Just between you and me, I’ll tell you a shameful truth. By coincidence of life and fate, I come to work as a trainne reporter for a newspaper, a job that requires the skill to talk to people. However, I am not a good talker, a wall flower,a shy girl at the time in highschool with the complex of being fatter than other girls. Even at present, I sometimes feel so horroble about me being quiet, totally quiet with the man I like or sometimes I talk nonsense and make that very special man annoyed, not including others. I love my job so much. I want to see the world, to contact with people, see their pain and happiness and write about them in the most humaniarian way. But how can I write about them, report the news if I don’t have the skill to talk to them let alone the man I love.
    Now, I realize that the more I communicate well with people, the more I come closer to them, have a deep relationship with them and go out of my shelf and have happiness. I love people and I want to show them the warmth, the care of me and that will also bring me back happiness.
    Therefore, it is time for me to take action, to do something that could change my life and I will seek every possible way to improve my communication, which is a must for my career and my personal life.
    I just want to tell you the story of my life, open my heart to you and if I could not receive the free book, I would also be equally happy. The reason is that you wrote that book and you care and held this contest to let me pour out my heart.
    Warm regards,
    T.Nguyen

  1108. Tracy Mascolo Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I need to improve my conversation skills with the human male species and I feel this book will help me do just that.

  1109. Sylvia Umana Says:

    I would like a copy of this book, because I have issues communicating myself with men…I’m a very introverted person, and I met someone which I want to get married, he’s the man of my life, and I want to take advantage of every teaching to make it easier and be happier in my relationship. I had a dark background in relationships and want to get rid of that past :)

  1110. doreen Says:

    why do i want to win a free copy? I am 50 years old, married at 18! Been divorced for almost 4 years,date very seldom. i am outgoing, friendly, creative,I love animals, NASCAR, cooking, fishing. Funny, i always thought i would have no problem talking to guys, you would think i would know what to do! I work around construction so i talk to guys all day. But when it comes to guys i LIKE …conversations with men rattle me, i am always afraid i am going to come off as too funny or sarcastic. Phone conversations are worse, you don’t have the person in front of you to read the signs! HELP! I want to date, i want a boyfriend. I want some guy hanging on MY every word!!!

  1111. Anna Says:

    I’d really like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I can’t seem to communicate well with my boyfriend of over 2 years! I’ve tried everything that the “experts” recommend like using non-blaming language (”I feel that”….etc.), talking in a calm manner at a time and place where we are connecting and getting along–but nothing seems to work! He never wants to talk about serious issues that affect our relationship and he just shuts down the conversation right then and there. He’s so closed off and I don’t know how to open things up again because it wasn’t always like this. He was very open and communicative with me in the beginning of our relationship but now it’s like he just doesn’t care to share himself anymore or even hear my concerns. I end up bottling my emotions up and just talking about things I know won’t set him into shut down mode. But I don’t want this for our relationship–I do care about him and I know he’s a good, caring, sweet guy–I just wish the way we communicate would reflect that. So I’m hoping that this book can open up new avenues for us to improve the way we communicate and bring us closer together.

  1112. Rhonda Says:

    I have taken new interest in being able to comminicate with men and women. I truly enjoy reading the e-books and truly look forward to reading this book. Sincerely, Rhonda

  1113. Michelle Myers Says:

    Mia:
    I have been married to a wonderful man for nearly 16 years. In the beginning we had very deep, heartfelt conversations. We now have 3 energenic boys and my husband has a successful business. Lately our conversations are typically short and generic. I am not sure where, or when the changed occured, but I would love to get that spark back. Somewhere along the line we forgot how to talk to each other.
    Thank You,
    Michelle Myers :0)

  1114. Karen Ray Says:

    Dear Mia, I’m a 46 year old single mother of a daughter (Ashley) who is 23. She is beautiful inside and out with an old soul and has a caring heart for others. One of the many traits she inherited from her mother was her shyness in conversation and feeling confident when in a crowd of people. In my business I have had to go it on my own, stumble and learn from mistakes. One thing I would like to give to her is the confidence and knowlege to be in a crowd of people and feel at ease. I want this for bother her and myself. It would be wonderful for her and I to work on this together. Thank you for the opportunity to receive this wonderful gift that can be passed on for generations to come.

    Respectfully,
    Karen Ray

  1115. Natosha Says:

    I would like a copy of your new book Conversation Chemistry, because I’ve been told on more than one occasion by the opposite sex that I might intimidate some men. Although I don’t think I look threatening (I don’t carry weapons and talk tough at least), I can only assume that a man could get that impression because I have a loud voice that sometimes carries and I am very confident when I walk and speak. I sometimes wonder do I scare men off with my conversation and demeanor and I don’t want this to happen anymore, please send me a copy today!

  1116. Ronda Garland Says:

    I am a uniform vendor for the largest Fire Department in Nevada. I visit fire stations everyday to deliver and take orders. Sometimes I have to wait for a few minutes at the station if the particular firefighter is on a call and is heading back. I am in a situation with all these guys sitting around the kitchen table. It is not that uncomfortable if I know one of them, but if I don’t know anyone I usually use the norm, “Have you guys been busy”. The other unique situation that I have is I was married to a firefighter for 25 yrs (he was on this department, but retired)he left me for another woman and we had a messy divorce. My son and son-law are also firefighters for this department. My deal is I want them all to think why did her husband leave her she is so nice. I am a very outgoing person, but I have to admit I get a bit nervous around these guys. Also being back in the single world and dating is nuts. I was married at 18 and then divorced in my Forties and this year I will be turning 50 and I am a young 50. I feel that I don’t have much to talk about because of being with someone for 25 years. Everything I experienced was with someone else. As you can see I am in such a transition stage. I told my friend one day, I just do not have any MOJO :))I said this year I am going to make some kind of changes. So hear I am.

    Thank you
    Ronda

  1117. Joni Parker Says:

    I am drowing in my old patterns, I desperating in need of help with talking to the opposite sex…..I claim this free copy of this book

  1118. Joni Parker Says:

    thanks

  1119. Teresa Webb Says:

    My boyfriend and I have been dating for over 6 years. About a year ago I lost my job and because of many failed attempts to find another, I have become very depressed. This has created many problems in my relationship. For 9 months we have constantly argued and broke up for brief periods of time. 3 weeks ago he broke up with me again and this time I think he meant it. I feel he is my soulmate and want him back. Please help.

  1120. Ronda Garland Says:

    I am a uniform vendor for the largest Fire Department in Nevada. I visit fire stations everyday to deliver and take orders. Sometimes I have to wait for a few minutes at the station if the particular firefighter is on a call and is heading back. I am in a situation with all these guys sitting around the kitchen table. It is not that uncomfortable if I know one of them, but if I don’t know anyone I usually use the norm, “Have you guys been busy”. The other unique situation that I have is I was married to a firefighter for 25 yrs (he was on this department, but retired)he left me for another woman and we had a messy divorce. My son and son-law are also firefighters for this department. My deal is I want them all to think why did her husband leave her she is so nice. I am a very outgoing person, but I have to admit I get a bit nervous around these guys. Also being back in the single world and dating is nuts. I was married at 18 and then divorced in my Forties and this year I will be turning 50 and I am a young 50. I feel that I don’t have much to talk about because of being with someone for 25 years. Everything I experienced was with someone else. As you can see I am in such a transition stage. I told my friend one day, I just do not have any MOJO :))I said this year I am going to make some kind of changes. So here I am.

    Thank you
    Ronda

  1121. keesha weiner Says:

    I am a newly divorced, and I am using old techniques to start dating, the reason I need the book is i am in sales and I feel as though I am always on business conversation and not geniune conversation. I am always selling mysel or trying to get a man to buy what I am saying and it turns me off. I am finding it hard to connect and put that lovable, and what I here stops turning into blah blah blah.

  1122. sondra grantham Says:

    I had been married for 14 years so I was very used to just this one partner. After we had parted, I was introduced to a girlfriend’s brother. I was thinking “wow” (and I was told later that he thought the same about me). We had only said hello at this point. A couple of weeks later I was invited to my friend’s birthday and her brother was there. It was kind of obvious that we both wanted to approach each other, we were stealing a lot of not- so-well-hidden glances. Now, here’s the thing - I always thought I was a really outgoing and self-confident person, super easy to get along with, full of gab. The difference this night was - I was not drinking alcohol, and, there was now a guy here I actually wanted to impress. Later into the night he came up to me - and honestly, it was like my tongue (or my brain) was frozen! I was loudly chiding myself in my thoughts to jolly-well think of SOMETHING to say, and I just could not. I was just - silent! I now feel like my whole personality was a fraud when I was “outgoing”, this experience has really affected me and my social life since, as if I’ll never know what to say around someone I’d really like to meet, so I’ve just avoided most social situations now, envying people who can enjoy get-togethers. When I saw your ad and looked at myself honestly, I realized how much I need help to find my feet in this area of “conversation chemistry”.

  1123. Diana Lee Moran Says:

    I know we touch every life we come in contact with and I want to make a remembered impact every where I go. I want each person to feel that they were someone special that day!

  1124. Ashley Lampley Says:

    I’m 48 and beginning to go out on dates again after being single for many years. Conversations are one of my favorite things. With men, I’ve notices I’m either too silly or talk non-stop. That goes so against my nature. Normally I’m calm and have the right words or encouragement for my friends. I never seem to do it quite right with men even though I love their company. I believe this book would offer me comfort and guidance in knowing what to say without all my antics. Thank for your for opportunity to win. I look forward to reading your book.

  1125. keesha weiner Says:

    I am a newly divorced woman, and I am using old techniques to start dating, the reason I need the book is I am in sales and I feel as though I am always on business conversation and not geniun conversation. I am always selling myself or trying to get a man to buy what I am saying and it turns me off. I am finding it hard to connect and put that lovable me on display, and what I here from them stops turning into blah blah blah.

  1126. Jo Tipps Says:

    I am a widow, and have lived in an Adult Retirement Community for six months. I am attempting to make new friends, both men and women.
    I can greet people with a friendly warm welcoming smile and hello, but then I am at loss for words to continue getting acquainted.
    I hope that Amy’s book, “Conversation Chemistry” will give me the knowledge and advice I need to find some true friends and maybe even a partner.
    Thanks so much.
    Sincerely, Joie

  1127. Brenna Says:

    I’d like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I’m not very witty… my personality is very straightforward and I do not really challenge men since I suppose I am such an open book. They usually seem to get scared off by my enthusiasm when I do REALLY like them! So, I’m left with the guys I do not have feelings for who do want to talk to me… AAAAAA! Please help! :-)

  1128. angelo Says:

    i hav been seeing the horse from outside for a longtime, but i would like to get onto it.

  1129. Joseph Says:

    the conversation chemistry that matters to ladies

  1130. Diana Lee Moran Says:

    I know we touch every life we come in contact with and I want each person to feel that they were someone special that day!

  1131. Anand Says:

    I need to improve my communications skills and want to be an expert in this skillset

  1132. George Stokan Says:

    God has to be in the equation somewhere

  1133. Diana Lee Moran Says:

    I know we touch every life we come in contact with and I want each person to feel that they were someone special that day! “Converstion Chemistry” sounds like just the book to achieve my goal.

  1134. Jannah Says:

    When I’m in a conversation,or conflict, my heart begins to pound,seems I’m a horse busy with a important race, my mouth gets dry,a savanna can take lessons by me, and my dictionary gets stuck somewhere,maybe in space or in the bookstore.
    I find it hard to give the right expressions, and although I’m not guilty my stupid reactions say: “Guilty as charged”
    That’s why I would pretty, pretty please would like a copy of the Conversation Chemistry.

  1135. ANN LAW Says:

    1.I had trouble to with husband,he don’t like talk to me very much,except business.I never felt he love me ,only a business partner.I wander why? 2.My 2 teenage girl ,they love to be with me.But they start change, they not want to talk with me anymore.They both talk a lot ,just don’t want mom to know about ,how can I make them to with me about their life?I sak they are upset,not sak I am worry about them? 3.I met a lot customers a day,some people are intesting to talk with me ,but I am not good to greeting them ,some how I wonder did I make them mad or make them feel bad?

  1136. Deb Says:

    Hi Mia & Amy,

    I would love a copy of your Conversation Chemistry because I am fascinated by the art of communication, both physical and verbal. I’ve been reading many of your newsletters, as well as those of others, and amazed how I can recognize many of the behaviors in the people I meet. It gives me a better understanding of how to approach and respond to people, because I know what is really going on, verses assumptions that are misleading. Your newsletters have been very helpful in seeing where my current relationship is going, and helping me to define what I’m looking for. It is true, communicating with the opposite sex, sometimes feels harder than communicating with an alien from another planet…meaning..the alien would probably “get it” first. I have developed a greater understanding of how their minds work, and take things alot less personal, and I believe your book would help me enormously, not only in my romantic personal life, but also in every other relationship with the people I meet and get to know on a daily basis. I love meeting new people, and cultivating lasting friendships and relationships or all kinds, and communication is key.

    Please consider me one of the lucky 5!

    Aloha,

    Deb

  1137. Aura Kaler Says:

    Most days my personality stays hidden inside without being shared because I feel like the little mermaid after she sells her voice to the sea witch! I’ve got the smile and want to talk to men, but after the first few words I’m completely lost. Help me have more skills than a cute, sassy mime so I can take it to the next level!

  1138. Margaret marshall Says:

    (1) Because i love people and want them to love me.(2) Because I have moved town and i want to .make more friends (3) Because I work with people and I want to influence and have a greater understanding of them.

  1139. christine Says:

    i truly know this would be a big help to me, i am a wall flower when it comes to meeting new people and i would truly benefit from being able to relax around people and be able to have a conversation without worrying about my part being unimportant or uninteresting.
    thanks

  1140. anatasia maximovitch Says:

    dear ladies ,

    iwant to things right without any flaws . ieant to find the right man in my life. to send the rest of mylife . to fun with , as my best friend

  1141. Jannah Says:

    When I’m in a conversation, or conflict, my heart begins to
    pouns,seems I’m a horse busy with an important race, my mouth gets dry, a savanna can take lessons by me,and my dictionary
    gets stuck somewhere,maybe in space or in the bookstore.
    i find it hard to give the right expressions, and although I’m not guilty my stupid reactions say: “guilty as charged”
    That’s why I would pretty,pretty please would like a copy of the Conversation Chemistry.
    Best of ;luck with the launch!

  1142. Emma Says:

    I literally avoid all social situations where children aren’t present because I am such a terrible conversationalist. I’ve done this to the point that i have NO social life. I need help.

  1143. Abby Gonzales Says:

    Ms. Summers,

    The reason I am interested in this book is because all my life I’ve never had a problem speaking to anyone, certainly not members of the opposite sex. My mother teases me and says that I began talking as soon as I left the womb and I haven’t stopped since. She says that I cut my own umbilical cord and said, “Thanks Mom, I’ll take it from here”. My friends say I could talk a dead man back to life. I’ve recently begun dating a very nice man and I can’t think of anything to say. I seem to be fumbling with my words and after I think about what I’ve said, I feel silly. I’ve never met a man who intimidates me, until now that is. He is very intelligent and has a strong personality and I think that because I feel that I have now finally met my intellectual equal, I’m having difficulty. I’m not sure what is happening, but it is so unlike me and I can’t seem to find a solution. This offer I feel is coming in at just the right time. Your help would be so greatly appreciated! Thank you for the opportunity.

    Abby

  1144. Leah Moon Says:

    I NEED A COPY OF THIS BOOK!! I was married (in a very one-sided relationship) for 25 years. I am just getting back “out there” and I NEED HELP!!! Please consider me for the free copy! Thanks!!

  1145. alex Says:

    Mimi said there is a contest to win a book. Where is it? I sure hope this was not a Come On to get me to open your site. thanks, because I want to compete for the book. alexandra

  1146. Linda Rowden Says:

    I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I feel confident in my everyday communication skills, but tend to clam up when talking with the opposite sex. I would love to know what you have to say in this book. I am currently un-employed and cannot purchase the book at this time. I love reading your emails everyday and find them very informative. They have helped me tremendously and I hope that you will consider me for “Conversation Chemistry.”

  1147. alex Says:

    I want to read the book because I am not beautiful and wish to learn how to overcome this handicap by charming manner, not pretty face. thanks!

  1148. Mayvin Allsup Says:

    Am a widow of 3 yrs at age 57. I need to learn what to say to men. Have tried 3 different introduction services and over a dozen online dating websites. Am a member of 2 Christian singles clubs in the LA area.
    Purchased Christian Carter’s entire CD series.
    I still have more to learn.
    Sincerely,
    Ms. Mayvin Allsup

  1149. sioux Says:

    I respect what you have offered in the past, and always look forward to your new offerings. I would like to be better at conversation with men. I enjoy them, but sometimes I clam up in their nearness. There is much to learn, and share, and I do not want to miss out! Thank you again. Sioux

  1150. Susan Larson Says:

    I am a bit on the shy side, and have forced myself to be extroverted in business, but find that more intimidating in my personal life. In business, I can put on my “corporate persona” and walk into a room full of people I don’t know and walk out with a handful of business cards. But doing that on a personal level, meeting and engaging men in conversation is more intimidating.

    Understanding “conversation chemistry” is key for a successful relationship, regardless of whether we are talking about a personal relationship with the opposite sex, a friend, a colleague or a business contact. If this book delivers what is promised, it will be an invaluable resource for anyone.

  1151. Jen Says:

    If I knew what to write, I probably wouldn’t need this book! After retreating inward for the past few years, I find conversations (both professional and personal) to be stressful and constantly obsess over each and every one, beating up on myself for errors I believe I committed.

  1152. Marquis Says:

    I want the conversation chemistry because I am naturally a conversationalist and I listen, but there are lulls that occur at times, because I have not seen any more opportunities to talk because I used uo all the small talk windows. Eventually the person realizes you don’t know anything about me and I don’t ask becasue I don’t want it to seem like I am interviewing them. Come on she doesn’t want a job. And I don’t want an employee all over me in a town hall meeting haha

  1153. Kathy Says:

    I am a newly divorced woman fresh out of a 20 year marriage, I want to learn how to converse with not only men but people in general.

  1154. Judy Says:

    I need a copy of Conversation Chemistry because when I am having discussions with my boyfriend, and I am asking him to explain something he did….his explainations don’t make sense, are illogical, and frankly just ridiculous. However, he stays with the explaination, endlessly….and finally, I just give up. How do you converse, to get at the real truth? How do you make yourself understood, and talk with someone who absolutely will not budge from conversation that you know is not real? It is a major frustration in my life.

  1155. Tatyana Says:

    Dear Mia and Amy,

    About a year ago I was in love with a wonderful guy. Each time he came up to me and said “hello” I felt as if sun was sheding his golden rays on me. We barely knew each other, but each time he said “hello” and talked to me, I felt as if I were his closest friend. And I fell in love with him at our second meeting! He never loved me, but with his friendly and “sunny” manner he gave me many moments of happiness.
    I always wished to feel the same, to pay him back with the same kindness and joy. But I just could not! The more I loved him, the more shy I felt! The only thing I could say to him was a quiet “hi”… I hope this will never happen again.
    That is why I desire your book so desperately :-)

    From Russia with love,

    Tatyana

  1156. Gina Fann Says:

    I am a 44 yr old woman who has recently began dating again. While I am enjoying meeting new people & the dating process, I find myself at a loss for words at times & we have that ‘uncomfortable’ silence. Since I am not a huge sports fan & I am limited in my knowledge of who hit what ball where & how many ‘yards’ were gained, I ‘NEED’ this book to help me work through those silences & keep the conversation flowing well. :o)
    Thank you for the free ebook offer & I hope you will consider me for one of those free books!

  1157. Kathy Says:

    I am a newly divorced woman fresh out of a 20 year marriage, I want to learn how to convers with not only men but people in general. When you have been out of the loop since High School things are so much differnt and scary.

  1158. vijay Says:

    We feel uncomfortable in India to talk to women as a cultural bifurgation of the opposite sex (demixing of the opposite sex as a culture).When we talk amongst friends and some one describes his conversation with the girl friend, we feel jealous .Occassionaly when we talk ,we unnecessorily feel great,and miss great opportunity to really know women folks .I am sure we will know the great ideas in your book for conversation and leading to great opportunities ,kissing may be one of them !May be we can be saved to commit blunders in the conversations with the womenfolks ,which would do away with unforeseen misunderstandings.

  1159. Jodi Says:

    Hi Mia! I would realy like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I have been married for 12 years & I am just now learning that I’ve been a complete moron for most of it. I think in the back of my mind I knew how to talk to my husband, but I thought I was giving in or letting him get away with something if I didn’t yell at him for not letting the dog out! Helloooo! Mimi has been helping me get on track and he’s practically begging to let the dog out! But alas, I am old & stubborn & my brain is programmed, so I could use as much help as I can possibly get! This looks very interesting & informative. I’m hoping that it will help me keep my foot on the floor instead of in my mouth half the time, thank you very much!

  1160. Rosalia Mendoza Says:

    Hi Mimi,
    I have been reading your email updates and advice for the last 4 months. Not only your advice but also the advice from the writers and colleagues of yours. The writing has stood to guide me in both a break-up in Nov, got back together in Dec, we broke up again 3 weeks ago after an 8 month relationship, and now I am restarting with new eyes and new perspectives. I have begun dating a bit to remind myself of the great people out there and to regain my trust and confidence in myself. Dating again really challenges to mind and heart - requiring attention to our appearance, our values and most importantly our ability to communicate with others. I am a health professional, so I have an abundance of patience, good listening and reflective skills, sometimes these aren’t always the best to have with dating. I can easily fall into the healer mode, sometimes the psychoanalyst without even knowing it. Some men have said they really open-up with me. But I want to date and meet good men, not be the therapist. I want to be able to discern good conversation chemistry rather than be able to get along with a wide range of men, essentially I want to learn how to flirt and communicate in a healthy dating manner. I would really like to benefit from this new book by Amy Waterman. Thanks for your consideration

  1161. Charlotte Says:

    Not only would I like the copy for myself, I’d like to have the knowledge there to share with my friends and three sisters when they ask for my help with guys. At the end of August my boyfriend of around two months broke up with me, and I wanted him back so much, I couldn’t think properly.

    Everything I did was focussed on trying to get him back, without really realising how much denial I was in about it being over. It was that which led me to subscribe to these newsletters, but I’ve not bought any e-books online because I don’t have a paypal account or anything [I’m 18 and haven’t quite figured out how it works, hehe].

    I feel so much better now because I’m realising I don’t need him, I just want him, but that wanting him too much can make me miss out on other experiences that deep down would be good for me too. I want to be able to help my friends feel better too, if ever they fall into similar situations [and they inevitably will]. I know that there’s a whole lot I still don’t know because I’ve not been able to purchase any courses, which is why I would very much like a free copy of Conversation Chemistry :)

  1162. sharon Says:

    Hi Mimi. I am having a relationship with a man cross-country, so conversation/email is really important. He is a text-message kind of guy, and I am more of a phone person, so it has been an interesting switch for me to communicate in a different manner. For the first time in my life, I feel empowered that I can look at this relationship as truly “for fun” instead of getting totally immersed 150%. I still have “me” and feel great about it. I bought “Calling Men” a few weeks ago, and it gave me some great insights into this guy. Thanks, Sharon

  1163. Monica Says:

    Help! I have finally come to the realization that men are definitely NOT women. Because I am so direct and blunt, I find myself sticking the ole foot in the mouth often when I am in conversations with men. Any suggestions I can find that would help to shed light on this problem would be greatly appreciated. I am a confident, attractive, successful, independent female who would love to be in a serious relationship with the right man. How do I get them to stop running from me? Could it be because of what I say?

  1164. mariikris Says:

    it is a must…

  1165. Renae Says:

    Why do you want a copy of Conversating Chemistry?

    A few months ago I read a couple of dating books online and they’ve got me literally hooked. They have transformed my outlook on my relationships and greatly increased my confidence. Most importantly, I gianed insight on how one has great control over dating skills and what they are vs. the common misconception that it is fate and chance. Because of the personal growth I have experienced just from a couple of books, I am enthused to keep reading books by the same authors to continue enjoying the persoanl growth they have to offer!

  1166. rita Says:

    Hi Mimi, thankyou for this opportunity in recieving a free book…I am 53 years old have been married twice, I had a very tumultous upbringing and have never learned how to be a real woman, finally because of your letters and bob Grant’s books I finally before it is too late have been given the opportunity to be mentored into healthy relationships….That is priceless to me, not having a mentor in my life growing up..I just didnt know how to….which also I can now, armed with vital information am very happy to say I can pass onto my daughter who is now 18 and suffering from the same inability as myself to develop functional healthy relationships…life is hard for some of us who do not have the good fortune of having healthy parents and upbringings, but I thank God for all of you out there who work hard to bring us the tools we so greatly need. Our society our worlds and our lives are founded on relationships Thankyou for helping me do my part to make my world a better place, and hopefully all that I come in contact with…

    Keep up the good work young ladies, you are doing a great job, I am teaching my household of single moms the lessons I learn from you and we are excited everyday when we make strides in becoming real women and are learning not be afraid to become a woman worth having and being…

    Most sincerly,Rita

  1167. Erma Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry so badly because I want to get positive results on my current conversation as I communicate with the opposite sex (specifically my boyfriend), having encountered frustrations from my side and the other person’s side as to not being able to communicate well or having different understanding that results to unwanted fightings and misunderstandings.

    The Conversation Chemistry, with proven advice based from the experiences from vaious clienteles of such dating coaches as Amy Waterman and Mia Summers, would definitely be very useful to make my interaction and communication with the opposite sex better , by enabling me to avoid pitfalls in communication (which I am presently so prone to encounter thus making conversation a frustrating and dreadful endeavor). Please help, I’m in the brink of losing again another great guy, (whom I really love) the second time around! (He proposed marriage already and I’m ecstatic at 42). He already bought a property for us to live in once we get married and we have conversation misundertandings one after another everytime we converse (I get angry when I seem he thinks so highly of him and he gets angry and frustrated when it seemed to him I play crazy communicating with him) and he told me several times to hold on our future plans because we seem not to communicate right. This Conversaton Chemistry is like water in the desert for my communication woes, i really want it that bad as I’m not that well off as I don’t have a regular pay. Thanks for chosing me.

  1168. jennifer camerota Says:

    Well, I am 38 and a newly widowed mom. I have not had to make intelligent conversation with a strange man now for about 13 years. I am trying to get back on the carosel of life but sometimes that little horse that goes around in a little circle can be more scarry than a bucking bronco.

    Thanks for your consideration, don’t mind my shaking feet.

  1169. Gizla Says:

    1.I am this 30 something tongue tied, topicless individual when I am in a group or meeting people for the first time, not one little glimmer of a subject to introduce will get into my head or it feels when I do have a topic, I never get the chance to introduce it!!!! Low and behold back home I would be able to think of loads of topics to discuss!

  1170. Alva (Lava)Morgan Says:

    Howdy Mia!

    I always thought I was a good conversationalist, but as I get older I have found that this old dog still needs to learn some new tricks on talking to the male gender. You wonder if your having conversation that is interesting and if a manis really listening to you and not in a trance.

    Any information that I receive I always pass it on to my daughter who is learning things for the very first time. After reading some e-mails and the book about how you get your man back she says “why didn’t you tell me this” and I reply “I did”. So as you can see my daughter and I need to figure out the right converstion chemistry as we are both dating and trying to figure it all out.

    So with us you can get two birds with one stone!!!!!

    Thanks and good luck on the sale of the book. I will spread the word.

    Alva (Lava) Morgan

  1171. Erma Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry very badly to salvage another relationship that is in the brink of being lost because of coversation blunders between me and my boyfriend who happened to proposed marriage already but due to our on and off frustrations from misunderstandings from our communication and conversation, all future plans have been put on hold.

    With the proven advices of the authors and dating coaches Amy Waterman and Mia Summers, communication pitfalls will be avoided and an improved commnication and undertanding would be established thus making for a better and closer relationship.

  1172. Gizla Says:

    1.I am this 30 something tongue tied, shy individual when I am in a group or meeting people for the first time, not one little glimmer of a subject to introduce will get into my head or it feels when I do have a topic, I never get the chance to introduce it!!!! Low and behold back home I would be able to think of loads of topics to discuss!

  1173. Connie Says:

    I have been talking to this guy for about 6 mts. now and he seemed serious at first then, he said that him and his X was going to try and work things out, so I backed off. He then called and said that they couldn’t work things out that it would never work. But still to this day she is telling everyone that they are still married. Anyway we have went out to eat a few times (like 5 maybe) He says that his little girl that is 10 dont want to meet me, nor her moms boyfriend, but I am wondering why he is letting a 10 year old run his life, or is it something else. We can never go to a restaurant in the town we live, we have to travel far away to eat.I would just like to know why he wants me when he wants me but other times I am on my own. But he makes sure that I am always available for him but he is never available for me. If I need something he is there but for me and him to spend time together is almost impossible. I need to no what his intensions are with me.

  1174. Laci Says:

    This is book is Just the thing I need to really be comortable in conversation.I havev been in relationship or almost a year and a half, and he is so hard to talk to. Hi moods switch, he talks about things he knows I have no idea what he’s talking abouot. I just don’t understand how to handle him, or myelf!, in conversation with him anymore!!! Not only has all of this put a strain on Us, I fear our relationship is about to end. If that does happen, I have no idea how to talk to men and catch their interest. I get awkward in those situations. It has been so long since I truelly flirteed with a man because even before my boyfriend had that title it was just us. Please help me learn how to communicate with the one I love, or at least with someone who has potential!!! Thank you so much for giving the rest of us insight to the secrets of communicating with the opposite sex!!! -Laci

  1175. Jason Says:

    Hey you guy,
    Yea, I think it would be a great help to me. Sometimes even with someone youve known for a long time, but dont see them very often. Plus if you have something different to talk about, besides the normal boring stuff. Thats not attractive at all. I dont like being in a group of people when no body talks. How boring is that. if you dont have anything to say it just makes you looking boring. Most of the time I am the one that has to keep the conversation going. The main thing I would like to improve on is conversation one on one with a girl I’ll admit sometimes I just suck at it. Thanks Jason

  1176. KIM HAND Says:

    SOUNDS LIKE THIS BOOK WILL BE GREAT FOR THOSE OF US THAT DON’T POSSESS THE GIFT OF GAB. WE NEED SOME TYPE OF UPPER HAND WHILE TRYING TO DEAL WITH MEN AND RELATIONSHIPS. I KNOW ONCE MY CO-WORKERS LEARN OF THIS TREASURE, THEY WILL WANT THE BOOK TOO! (an office full of ladies all in the same sinking boat)

  1177. Jessie Says:

    Because today’s flirting style is all about ‘witty banter.’ It is the most stimulating way to create interest!

  1178. Walt Says:

    Walt Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    February 20th, 2008 at 9:38 am
    Chemistry is essential to “any” conversation!!!!

    ….And conversation chemistry is the key to all “relationships”….because if there is no “SPARK”….than there is no chemistry….and therefore no possible “chance” at any type of “relationship”….

    ….”EVER”!!!!….

    ……..SO “CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY” is the ultimate “KEY” to any and all possible “else” in our lives!!!!….

  1179. dequita Says:

    how to keep my husband and how to make him happy. dequita.

  1180. Sarah Doust Says:

    Each time I try to discuss my fears and feelings it ends up as an arguement, I seem to hit all the wrong buttons - so much so that I now keep it all bottled up inside, we are walking on eggshells all the time - please help

  1181. April Williams Says:

    Mia and Amy,

    My husband and I often comment on not our lack of communication, but our frequent miscommunication! I feel sometimes like I’m talking to a wall (I’ve even done that in one of my more frustrating moments…he doesn’t find it as humorous as I do!)

    We both recognize the “Men from Mars; Women from Venus” scenario and we appreciate the differences between the sexes. We even affectionately laugh at some of the more common stereo typical comments we hear from our friends.

    We have a 17 year-old boy, 11 year-old boy, 2 year-old boy, and 1 year-old girl. And not only do we want to serve as a strong example to our children, but we both would like to feel a better connection, without those differences getting in the way.

    This book sounds like a chance for my husband and I to connect on a whole new level, to provide helpful tips to our children who are dating (and will soon date), and serve as the example to our younger children we are striving for.

    Thank you for your consideration.
    Regards,
    April

  1182. Neva Rogers Says:

    I am 80-1/2 years old and have dating online and print ads running. It would be most helpful for me to know what and how to address my new “dates.” I feel I do quite well, but am always open to other ideas!

  1183. Corrine Statham Says:

    I need to know how to speak to a man in such a way that leaves him wanting more - the ‘gift of the gab’ would be great!

  1184. Ganesh Says:

    I want to improve my communication and feel connected with my spouse. I want to read your book to help me change my life which I am sure it will.

  1185. Carolyn Says:

    I would love a copy of this book because I think that it would help me out in my male relationships at work and at home. Men think and act differently than women, and frankly I don’t understand them alot of times. They appear very self-centered and selfish to me sometimes and are not great team players from what I have observed. They are very competitive and very territorial.

    Please, please send me a copy.

  1186. Christine Says:

    I think I should win the book because I am a huge fan of your emails that I read everyday and really am putting things to work in my life. I do need alot of help with my communication skills with men. I was raised to not talk to boys couldn’t have a boyfriend until I was 17 and my Dad never really talks. Calling men is a great book. This is advise my mother gave me, but I didn’t take her advise. So I need some help on how communication should be. I am friendly and smile alot. I just need help with what comes out of my mouth.

  1187. Kristen Balikes Says:

    Communication is definitely my cup of tea. Before I transferred colleges, I had just changed my major to study communications. I am currently taking Women’s Studies courses at my new school. There is an entire chapter of one of the text books devoted to gendered communication. I am very much looking forward to reading the chapter during the assigned week. I remember when I had my first exposure to the differences between men and women and our communication styles. I was in my mid-teens and my younger brother and I went to a church counselor for joint counseling. The man counseling us wasn’t sure how to approach the situation because as an older man, he had experienced first-hand the difference in men’s and women’s communication styles. He took an interesting approach. The first thing he took into consideration was that my brother is obviously a boy and I, a girl. So he decided to start teaching us something that I believe he wished he had known when he was our age. The main gist of what he said, the meat of it, was that men think and women feel and communicate accordingly. That is good and fine, but exactly what does it mean and how does it translate into everyday conversations between the sexes? This has been a tremendous struggle for me in my lifetime. I didn’t have a great relationship with my father, which I have learned is a building block for future relationships with men. Even at a young age, I resorted to being a tremendous flirt to make up for my inability to talk to the opposite sex on a more casual, friendship level. In high school, I compensated for my inability to understand men by avoiding contact with my male peers whenever it was a feasible option. I interacted enough to get by without appearing reclusive. But the prospect of letting down my guard was terrifying. I am now in my mid-twenties, but my “handicap” is still limiting my ability to be free in my relationships with the men in my life. Please help! I have already done a search on the internet for books on conversational techniques, but the results were very unsatisfactory. There just aren’t books out there on this topic! So when I received word of a book covering such a fragile subject for me, I was eager to learn more! I am waiting with eager anticipation for the release of “Conversation Chemistry”! (I am counting down the seconds!)

  1188. Theresa Says:

    Hi I need a copy of Conversation Chemistry because at 33 after years of relationships that mostly all last around 18months then a great and agonizing pain ensues; I yesterday told my boyfriend in a “its over” row that I would find a man who loves me and hopes for similar things for his life that I hope for. He turned and roundhouse kicked me in my side. He was wearing steel toe capped safety boots and Im still in agony now. I need the book because I am at a real low :( I listen to Amy’s advice and I think I have a much better understanding of relationships yet still i wind up in a miserable situation like that yesterday! I severely need to learn how to strike up conversations with the good guys as Im seriously getting to believe that there arent any. Please help me.

  1189. Nikki0909 Says:

    When engaging in conversations with the opposite sex I sometimes get nervous or stuck. I can visualize exactly what I want to say, or how I’d like to come across but the words either never make it out of my mouth, or don’t come across the way I intended. What good is it to have a great conversation in your head if it never comes to fruition? And I could use some body language advice also. Body language speaks louder than words and I want to make sure my body is saying exactly what I want it to say. I’m confident that Conversation Chemistry is just what I need! I’m 100% ready to create and maintain that unstoppable attraction.

  1190. Sandra Says:

    Dear Mrs Amy and Mrs Mia
    I believe COMMUNICATION is the key in understanding men and women but unfortunately i still dont manage to understand let alone talk WITH men and not just talk TO them (cos i cant get them to listen and share their thoughts with me anyways…).
    The “Conversation Chemistry” will surely help me understand why i cant communicate with men and how i can improve myself.
    I have always believed that it is impossible to talk to men since only physical matters seem to interest them…
    This is why i am so eager and curious to discover whether there are actually ways of communicating with men not only through words but with my body language which i by the way believe is making men run away/avoid talking with me; it all seems so exciting to me!!!
    Anyhow, thankyou for all your efforts and your great help with this issue of outmost importance
    take care,
    Love,
    xxx

  1191. Sandra Says:

    Dear Mrs Amy and Mrs Mia
    I believe COMMUNICATION is the key in understanding men and women but unfortunately i still dont manage to understand let alone talk WITH men and not just talk TO them (cos i cant get them to listen and share their thoughts with me anyways…).
    The “Conversation Chemistry” will surely help me understand why i cant communicate with men and how i can improve myself.
    I have always believed that it is impossible to talk to men since only physical matters seem to interest them…
    This is why i am so eager and curious to discover whether there are actually ways of communicating with men not only through words but with my body language which i by the way believe is making men run away/avoid talking with me; it all seems so exciting to me!!!
    Anyhow, thankyou for all your efforts and your great help with this issue of outmost importance
    take care,
    Love,
    xxx

  1192. Lauren Says:

    I feel like I can never stop finding ways to improve myself and my behavior with the opposite sex. I strongly believe in self improvement. Plus, I am still pretty young, and I want to avoid any mistakes I might make in the future and I feel that this can be done with the Conversation Chemistry ebook before I begin dating any other people or form a serious relationship with anyone.

  1193. Judy Plumb Says:

    I would love to have this simply because I always feel awkward in conversation and am so willing to learn how to breakthrough this shyness. I beleive this stiffles me with the opposite sex.

  1194. Lizzette Hollingsworth-Gunkel Says:

    Why you want a copy of Conversation Chemistry?

    1. teach my daughter the value of investing in herself by readings like these

    2. Add or create more substance in the person you already are

    3. Continue to inspire others who need it through my examples via these teachings

    4. I feel better about myself every time I read these tips. Thank you

  1195. phil Says:

    I need all the help I can get my hands on and I am looking for my road to Damascus experience and if you guys have the answers then bring them on. I am always making friend and get on with everyone but when it comes to making moves on women–forget it( I tense up and can speak) . Please PLease send me somethintg to pull me out of this loop I am stuck in. Take care

  1196. Monica Howington Says:

    I want to learn how to have a better communication with my husband and talk about everything without any problem. This is what we need to have a better marriage.

  1197. Lizzette Hollingsworth-Gunkel Says:

    Thank you. Love tips and books such as these. Don’t stop writing, someone will read it!

  1198. Ginger Sorg Says:

    Because I’m great at attracting a guy untill I get to the conversation part. If its a guy I really have chemistry with I freeze up and my mind goes numb. I know humor is a great ice breaker but this is a weak area of mine so I usually panic and avoid all conversation just to be safe. But that usually backfires and the guy gets frustrated and moves on. So as you can see I need HELP!!!

  1199. nazela Says:

    Your book on How to Attract me was veruy interesting reading.
    Guess this one willbe a better one since there seems to be a communication problems with people now a days

  1200. Valerie Says:

    Have been in an ongoing relationship now for a few months, and find we have reached a dead halt when it comes to communication. Have to say it really hurts when I want to say so much, but find I have been stifled more and more as time goes on. Sensitivity has become predominant in any of our conversations, which can make it very difficult to freely express. Now he has gotten into doing things he knows I don’t agree with, and we had turned over a new leaf with foregoing certain activities we had done prior to this relationship. Could really use some help right about now..fear if it continues as it has, we will not last..sincerely, Valerie B.

  1201. Brenda Says:

    because really good conversation = great chemistry and that leads to lifetime attraction

  1202. Anna Marie Wolff Says:

    I would love to get a free copy of this book.My reason is I’m now single, I seem not to be able to talk to the opposite sex ( Men) .Oh sure I can talk but not about what’s Important and long enough,when they ask me questions about me I go blank, or change the subject.
    I tend to stop then talk about the weather instead.See I was in a relationship for 16 yrs.
    It ended on Valentine’s day last yr,mostly cause I shut myself down,didn’t share my thoughts and feelings just pretended everything was fine,when it wasn’t.Plus I forgave him for cheating on me, then He did it again.close to Valentine’s day…
    I did get Mimi book recently,which I’m reading and it’s an eye opening book,but I still need more help. Please allow me to have a copy

    Thank you( fingers crossed)
    A.Wolff

  1203. lydia Says:

    hi
    i am 41, and after 3 long relationships (no children )i am now waking up every morning alone,my dog just died,it is a sad time and i don’t not know how to deal with men at all. i am starting to think that the few men i fancied since i am single do not have either have a brain or a heart.also ..i live in london, and hang out in places where people are in bands and think a relationship is a waste of time and rather go for easy groupies ! i also travel a lot and meet men who go for exotic girls and don’t like white girls! and are 15 years younger than me anyway !…:(
    i need to save time and energy by using conversation-questions who would reveal personalities faster !.
    one thing i started doing who has nothing to do with conversation is going to a shop, buy 12 cans of coke , pay for them and see if the man is going to help me carrying them! silly thing to do but ,
    this is a very easy way to “catch” a lazy man !i hate lazy men,my 3 bf were very lazy and i paid their ways.
    now,for conversation. i do not know where to start..i am very scared of being myself, i have lived a full life and i am afraid to scare off men by talking too much about my life !
    of course because men of my age are mostly married..i attend to go for younger men ..meaning that i frighten them if they are men-men ( i appear to have a strong personality to most people )
    so i need a guide for conversation ! because i give too much away and actually do not feel that i converse at all ! thank you and keep on the good work, since people are so complicated..i think people like you are essential to keep people like me sane !regards lydia

  1204. Gaye Says:

    I would love a copy of conversation chemistry because I think it is important to strive to become better at communicating in a caring way. This be more aware with kindness and to do it right!

  1205. Gaye Says:

    I would love a copy of because it is important to strive to become better at communicating in a kind, caring way on all levels and it is contageous!

  1206. Gaye Says:

    I would love a copy because it is important to strive to become better at communicating in a kind, caring way on all levels and it is contageous!

  1207. loredana Says:

    Hello! I wish a copy of the book because I want to learn how much I can to deal with men and my feelings, in order to have fun and attempt to show to other women that men are not all jerks. thank you, from Italy

  1208. sola Says:

    i have been a very party frick guy but, i had a problem of meeting the big ladies in town,they always turn me down ,so i decided to give your site a trial and i be.lieve it.

  1209. Kate Mills Says:

    I’d love to try and crack the mystery of why men keep telling me they enjoy so much talking with me but then vanish into thin air after a few dates all the same…Is it their roundabout way of telling me I should try harder in the looks department, or that they’d rather be friends and keep it at that, or is it something to do with conversation skills that I need to improve upon? Tease more, crack more jokes,take stuff more lightly, be less intense, less …knowledgeable??! I’m honestly at a loss…So….I think it would do me the world of good to update my talking style with men, even though - maybe all the more so as - it seems that I’m not starting from scratch…Thank you!

  1210. Clara Fernandes Says:

    “THIS CONVERSATIONAL BOOK WOULD BE TIMELESS FOR ME”, because my personality is very outgoing and bubbly. I have self-confidence and I love being me but I do not seem to attract any potential partner. Sometimes, I wonder if it has anything to do with how I carry on a conversation therein. Is it I am saying too much in the beginning when just meeting someone? Am I using my sense of humour too quick even though not knowing how a person will react? Am I being too honest in a conversation?

  1211. curtis wong Says:

    i want to be able to never run out of interesting topics to talk about with my sweetheart-to-be… and in doing so, hopefully win her heart!

  1212. Patty Says:

    I need to know how to communicate more effectively.

  1213. Mary Says:

    In May, 2006 my husband informed me that he was in love with someone else. Then on my birthday in Feb. 2007 I was told that I had breast cancer. In the past year I got a divorce after 18 years of marriage (21 years total), had one of my beloved kitties put down, moved to a new city where I didn’t know anyone, and went through breast cancer surgery and radiation. I am finally starting to want to date and am feeling quite shy and scared, to be honest. Yet, I know that I will eventually find someone special if I can just get out there! Having been off the market for so long I find that I am tongue-tied when I talk to a good looking guy. I could use all the help I can get!

  1214. Pamela Yaerger Says:

    I have worked in all aspect of the public. And Have been told several times that,I have the gift of gabb. This has always been a mistery to me. I have always answered,this is just the way I am nothing fake about me.

    I have also been told that I carry my self in a very confident and authoritative way. Even to the extreme of being aked why I come across as beinging a bitch. That has only been asked a few times in my life. But with deep concern of others thought of me. I would love to learn all about body language and exemplify what others see in me. But mainly to become the best person I can in the world of conversation.

    I have worked in the janitorial sales, law inforcement, and security,medical fields. I have found myself a little more mellow after 48 years on this earth. Thanks so kindly to allow me to submit this.

  1215. Cheryl Says:

    Sometimes I get so nervous when talking to a man, and I have a tendency to blather on and on, which I don’t think is good. I think after a while they start to tune me out and that just makes me more nervous. So I need some help on how to overcome my nervousness and have more interesting things to say to keep their attention.

  1216. barbara gallant Says:

    I believe if you have the ability to create conversation, you can achieve anything that you want. This book along with your other programs should be fantastic. Can’t wait to get one.

  1217. Isioma Isitor Says:

    i would like to have a copy of conversation chemistry, because aside from the fact that i am a single mother in medical school, living in the Caribbean, without a job, and no credit card or any means of purchasing anything online, and therefore could not buy the book no matter how many times i click my heels together and whisper, “there’s no place like home.”, i have a serious problem with communicating with men. wow, that was long, haha. well, i am an outgoing person, and i consider myself a great friend and all my girlfriends love me….. and that’s where it ends. i haven’t the foggiest idea how to communicate with guys, much less a guy that i am interested in. how did i become a single mom when i can’t communicate with men? well since i didn’t know how to have a relationship, or what to do with a guy when he might like you, i feel into the trap of thinking that all i had to do was have sex with him to keep him happy, and the rest of the time, we could either watch tv or sleep. i know it sounds pathetic, but it is true. he told me that it wasn’t interesting when we were together, so he cheated on me with a woman he met online and dumped me. then i found out i was pregnant, and not even that was enough to bring him back. sad thing is he was my first love. but i waas forced to grow up when i realized i had another life to take care of, and also go to professional school, so i made the decision that i would take my time and learn what a real relationship is, how to be in a relationship, and how to attract a man that would love me no matter what, and my son. that is why i subscribe to these newsletters, because i can’t afford to buy the books, so i take advantage of the free stuff. and i think this is a great opportunity for me to get my hands on a gold mine of information. oh yeah, and also, there is a guy in my med class, who i am attracted to, but i get scared when ever i am close to him, i feel like a little girl. because all i can’t even look at him in the face, much less know how what to say to him. i am a case, i need help. please find me worthy and lend me your help in the form of your free book. thank you. phew…. that was much :)

  1218. Jodee Says:

    I’ve been single longer than I was married. I never seem to have the right things to say at the right time to guys I am interested in. HELP!!!

  1219. Eileen Says:

    I want a copy of Conversation Chemistry because communication is one of my downfalls with men. I am working to be a better communicator and conversationalist but I really need some tips to help me be more at ease with it. I am 38 and single and feel this would help me greatly to find the love of my life. I am dating a guy now and would love to be able to communicate with him better!!! Thanks for your consideration!!!

  1220. Pamela Yaerger Says:

    I have worked in all aspect of the public. And Have been told several times that,I have the gift of gabb. This has always been a mistery to me. I have always answered,this is just the way I am nothing fake about me.

    I have also been told that I carry my self in a very confident and authoritative way. Even to the extreme of being aked why I come across as beinging a bitch. That has only been asked a few times in my life. But with deep concern of others thought of me. I would love to learn all about body language and exemplify what others see in me. But mainly to become the best person I can in the world of conversation.

    I have worked in the janitorial sales, law inforcement, and security,medical fields. I have found myself a little more mellow after 48 years on this earth. Thanks so kindly to allow me to submit this.

  1221. shelley Says:

    I have been subscribing to the books online and trying to use your advise. Unfortunately, sometimes I have trouble getting started when the person is someone that I think I may be interested in. This would be a great tool to get me started. Thank you for all the great advise so far.

  1222. Isioma Isitor Says:

    sorry for the typos, i am just so excited about your give away, i feel like i am playing for the grand lottery or something

  1223. Rita Sporrer Says:

    I am 55, never married, and I am 6 months into a relationship with the most fabulous man I have ever met. He is so different than any other man I have ever dated. He is a classy, caring, kind, considerate, respectful, and honorable man. He is one of the best listeners I have ever known. He always wants to know how my day was and how things are going in my life. He is so sweet to me. I want to be able to keep him in my life and I want to be able to communicate well with him.

  1224. Mister J Says:

    I would like a copy of this program because, to be honest its just about getting ass for me, I feel it could benefit me in all social areas of my life. I have confidence issues anyway full stop and I also suffer from anxiety which I currently take medication for. For health reasons as well this program could benefit my life and will help me to approach anybody, not just a woman I see on the street or the club. Whether its approaching a client for work, whether its something as simple as having a relaxing conversation with somebody I haven’t seen in a while or introducing myself to a new person. I have been working on my conversation skills for months and there is slight improvement but believe this program could be all I need to help towards total confidence in this area.

  1225. Stephanie Williams Says:

    Hello…..I really like a copy of this book. So far, after reading the book “The Woman Men Adore…And Never Want To Leave” I’ve come to understand why i’ve been single 85% of my life. I am hoping this book can help me with opening up more in converstion with men. I find myself at a lost of words alot and feel like i’m a bore to men. Please Help! I met this wonderful guy and so far everything eles i’ve read has help me with my friendship with him. I pray to God alot that this will be a friend (hopefully more) that will be around for a long time. GOD BLESS!!

    Stephanie Williams

  1226. Janet Roepke Says:

    I was always shy in school but have gotten a little bolder as I’ve gotten older. I’ve got the friendly greeting down but have problems with what comes next. Sounds like this book would be a great learning tool for me and help me to be more confident in both professional personal areas. Also, something I can help my two girls develop as they get older.

    Thanks :)

  1227. Sherril Stewart Says:

    I hope I am lucky enough to win a copy of ‘Conversation Chemistry’ because I have tried eerything else I know to commuicate with my Fiance, unsuccessfully. We always end up arguuing when discussing our (6) stepchildren or our finances, no matter how calmly the subjects are brought up. I always end up shouting & repeating the point I am trying to get across, and he just walks out of the room & shuts down. This happens almost every time. It’s been going on for 3 years now, and I RECENTLY broke off our engagement because we just don’t seem to be able to communicate in a civil fashion, like mature adults, when it comes to the children or the money. I lvoe this man & hope to learn a new & better way to communicate SOON.
    H E L P !

    - Sherril Stewart (Miss)

  1228. Elizabeth Hauraki Says:

    As a single mother raising a young man, I don’t have alot of free money and the money I do have is managed very closely. As I don’t want to be tempted to spend carelessly, I have not had a credit card for over 8 years, I live within my income means and I’m doing fine. But this poses a problem because I would dearly love to buy the fabulous on-line books that I get emails on daily. The information I have received is insightful and I have found it to be very helpful in my regaining my confidence with dating again. I read all the information that comes via email (daily) and everything is so helpful that I now have a seriously valuable library of advice that I can refer too whenever I need a little help. If there were any way that I could buy this new book (and all the other fantastic books I’ve received information on) other than via a credit card, I would not hesitate to do so. If I were too win a copy, I would be absolutely thrilled.
    Thank you for the fabulous advice you give, it gives hope to many woman and have a truly wonderful day.

    Kind regards
    Elizabeth

  1229. Linda Murphey Says:

    I am in the process of a divorce…..been married for 25 years….and feel I will need some guidance on how to talk to the opposite sex once I get back out there and dating. I think it would be awesome to be ahead of the game, by knowing how to communicate with a man before ever meeting him, then I can avoid making some not so obvious blunders. I would love a copy of Conversation Chemistry.

  1230. Linda Franco Says:

    The only thing I do more of than breathing is TALKING! I am a chatterbox and so is my 14 year old daughter. I realize, after listening to her, that being a “talker” does not necessarily equate to being a good “conversationalist”. I want to be better and more importantly, I want my daughter to not make the same mistakes I have.

    Thank you for this opportunity!

  1231. Gloria Zúñiga y Postigo Says:

    Hi Mia,
    I am a warm, funny, very attractive and intelligent woman in my late thirties, though often confused for someone 10 years younger. I have a Ph.D. and I love what I do. But sadly I have not been able to find the right man for me. I do not seem to have a problem attracting men but usually they are not the kind I want (players, have heavy psychological baggage, or they are 21 years old–I teach college). Over the years I have recognized that I have the ability to have interesting exchanges with men generally so long as they are friends or acquaintances with no romantic interests. I have many male friends. But if I am with a man who is interested in me, I seem to be incapable of being my normal self, and I become shy, submissive, insecure, or unable to communicate what I want or need. When I take an objective look at such reactions, it seems that something inside of me is convinced that I do not deserve the great guy I want to have in my life. But I do not want to believe that my emotional history–a legacy of being molested as a child by one of my brothers, of losing my father (whom I considered my hero) at 11, etc–will determine my future happiness. I want to overcome this pattern but, as with anything that is deeply rooted, I do not know how to recondition my behavior. So I thought that if I had a guide, such as what your book would provide, then I could have a new framework for communicating with men. Over time, my hope is that this would recondition my emotional responses so that whenever I am in the presence of a great man, I no longer withdraw to the damaged little girl in me but the woman today who likes herself and loves her life. It might seem strange that at my age and with the corresponding experience and education, I have no clue about men who are romantic interests and how to behave around them. But I would like to see it in this way: now that I perfected what does not work, I am ready to learn what does. I promise to be a great student.
    With warm regards,
    Gloria

  1232. Nonhlanhla Says:

    A conversation chemistry book’s what every woman needs.Its so easy for women to find a great guy,but due no empowerment to women,relationship becomes boring soon.I believe this book will stimulate me into extending my creativity skills to become a great Lover and maintaining fulfilling chemisry relationships with my partner

  1233. jerrah Says:

    the reason why i would like to have a copy of conversation chemistry is to know and learn how i should behave towards men and the right words to use to them and become the women a man would want to in his life

  1234. Florina Says:

    Conversation Chemistry will help me grow, as all your other fabulous work. Right now, after so much pressure on job, I don’t have the spontaneity I used to have, and I am sure your book will help.

  1235. DONNA HANSEN Says:

    MY HUSBAND HAD AN AFFIAR ABOUT 2 YEAR’S AGO. HE JUST TOLD ME ABOUT IT 6 MONTHS AGO. HE WANT’S TO MOVE ON BUT IT IS LIKE IT JUST HAPPEN TO ME. HOW CAN I TELL HIM THAT IT IS JUST NOT THAT EASY FOR ME. I HAVE ALOT OF ANGER, BUT ALSO A LOT OF HURT. WHEN I TALK ONLY THE ANGER COMES OUT. HOW CAN I TELL HIM WITHOUT THE ANGER, WHAT I NEED TO SAY. HOW CAN I TELL HIM WHAT I NEED TO GET OVER THIS WITHOUT THE ANGER BEING ALL HE HEARS? HELP!

  1236. Haikal Says:

    People always say… To communicate with women does not come naturallyIt is a learnt theory.Thats the reason why i wnat to get an exclusive book from you

  1237. Kari Says:

    This book is EXTREMEMLY INTERESTING TO ME…. I would love to have this knowledge in my head and heart. This knowledge will give me more power and increase my confidence because I will have the tools I need to respond in a situation that needs careful consideration.. I hope it’s me…..

    Kari

  1238. Kari Says:

    Let’s get started…

  1239. Kari Says:

    …………………………………..

  1240. Lisa Says:

    I’m a successful independent female business owner, single mom, and care provider for my mother. I was so engulfed in my business and in succeeding, that I had lost the ability to comfortably socialize outside my “world.” Conversations I could hold only pertained to my business, caregiving, or parenting. My conversations felt boring, lacked passion, lacked interest and even knowledge and intellect. I am in my late 30s, graduated summa cum laude, started my business 7 years ago, and yet, I am unable to hold an interesting conversation. Please help. I am no brainiac, but I’m ready to succeed outside of my “world” and make my personal life now a priority.

  1241. ana Says:

    I want a copy of conversation chemistry because until now I’m looking for the right guy. It’s been almost 8 years already.I am a single mom with 2 kids.Pretty stable with our standard of living working as a nurse but not happy with my own personal life. There’s still this emptiness in my heart. Everytime I meet a guy, I just don’t know how to communicate effectively and catch their attentions, compared with some ladies in my group.
    I need the right guidance, and with your book, I could feel it will work out this time.
    Thank you.

  1242. Barnes Says:

    i have problem when talking to oppsite sex,after taking to her for less than 2-3 mint then i short word and i dot know what to say any more becuase of this i loss maney friend.
    please what can i do so i can talk for more than one hour
    thank you

  1243. Dana Says:

    Ready to put an end to random ramblings, blundered bluderings and stumbled stumblings. I know this is my outlet !

  1244. cindy parres Says:

    I have built a highly successful professional career as an attorney/partner in a large law firm. Much of my professional success is the result of my ability to communicate very effectively in a professional setting. This skill does not translate automatically into superior communication skills on a personal level. I recently resigned my partnership and took the position as the sole in house attorney at a small restaurant company, fulfilling my desire to couple my love of food, wine and good company with my legal skills. My new life also affords me an opportunity to remake myself personally. I am finding that answering what do you do with “work at a restaurant company’s support center” illicits a much different response from potential male love interests than working at a law firm did. I have really been amazed at the different reaction and would love to learn more about how you to best communicate personally what I need/want to communicate and how others perceive what I communicate. Thanks so much and congratulations on your new book.

  1245. Mei Leng Says:

    I have never know how to spark my conversation with a man and I would like to bring more chemistry with the Right Man in my life.

  1246. Julie Hodsdon Says:

    As a woman in Business I have very little time to meet people in a social way. So EVERY connection counts. What better way to utalise my time and open up possibitilites… than to learn, create and build skills for attraction!

  1247. Ginelle Says:

    I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I want to attract more men into my life, giving me more opportunity to date and meet someone special. I like men, but sometimes feel too shy to talk to them or know what to say. And I have a hard time knowing how to start a conversation with men that I am attracted to.

  1248. mari Says:

    Am not the best of a speaker and I take time to open up, no wonder I keep asking myself what do I talk about on my first date?

  1249. Chanell Says:

    Hello,

    My name is Chanell; I got out of a verbally abusive relationship a year ago. For the past year, I’ve been practicing self-love, which enabled me to get my confidence back. I’m ready to get back in the dating game and I believe your book, “Conversation Chemistry” will be a great tool to help me win!

  1250. mari Says:

    I want to Know what the men say, thank you

  1251. Mike Says:

    Eyes are the windows to the souls, but words are the vehicle for reaching that destination. Wrong words can lead us down the road resulting in kindred travelers simply passing in the dark. Mike

  1252. amy Says:

    I would love a free copy.Thanks!

  1253. Mike Says:

    Words are the tools by which we all connect. Conversational skill is simply the correct words, preparedness, meeting opportunity. Mike

  1254. Chad Thao Says:

    I’ve lost communications with my wife for a while while now. Whenever we try to start coversations, it always ends in arguing. I try taking advice from others but it seems to lead in the same way. I don’t know what to do anymore, please help me get my wife back to the same person I married 10 years ago. I love her very much.

  1255. amy Says:

    ok

  1256. Chad Thao Says:

    I’ve lost communications with my wife for a while while now. Whenever we try to start coversations, it always ends in arguing. I try taking advice from others but it seems to lead in the same way. I don’t know what to do anymore, please help me get my wife back to the same person I married 10 years ago. I love her very much.

  1257. Chad Thao Says:

    Please try to help me if you can. Thank You

  1258. michelle Says:

    I believe your knowledge and advice would give me the confidence i need to talk to the opposite sex without coming across as shy, silly needy not that i am needy. I have never been on a date before and i am 36 how sad is that, I panick, yet in my professional life i am very confident. So it would be great to hear what the experts have to say

    Kind Regards
    Michelle

  1259. cstevenson Says:

    I would like a copy of “Conversation Chemistry” because it might help tackle lonliness. It is very lonley not being able to carry a conversation. Perhaps your book can help me correct this situation

  1260. Marina Says:

    Dear Mia, I appreciate to be seleted by you because the Conversation Chemistry, I think, will make a revolution in women’s world. In many situations we are clueless why are men do not respond to us in the menner the women do. Many authors tried to fill this gap in communication problem between sexes. But all waht they did was just defining the problem. But solution wasn’t clear and applicable in the real world. Thank again.
    Marina

  1261. basil anasonye Says:

    DEAR MIA SUMMERS. I URGENTLY NEED THIS BOOK BECAUSE I BELIEVE IS GOING TO CHANGE MY LIFE FOR BETTER. INFACT LEARNIG TO COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY WITH THE OPPOSITE SEX WILL MAKE MY LIFE MEANINGFUL.I HAVE NO DOUBT IN MY MIND THAT THIS BOOK IS GOING TO INSPIRING SINCE IT IS COMING FROM THE EXPERTS. THANKS.

  1262. Job Says:

    Dear Mia Summers and Amy Waterman,

    Thanks for another great piece of work. I appreciate it very much.

    I would like to consider myself for the competition because I am horrible when it comes to conversation with the opposite sex. I can’t contain a conversation for long, I just run out of ideas of what to say.

    Thanks.

  1263. Ginger Lanier Says:

    I would love a copy of this book as I am horrible at communicating with men. I can be very shy and the minute I start to talk to a man I find attractive, my brain flies out the window and I can’t think of a single thing to say! I need help!!

  1264. Robin Says:

    Hi there,

    I need help reconnecting with my husband of nearly 6 years . . . I’m at a loss of words when it comes to our marriage and if anything has changed for the better. We are in counseling (separately) and he hasn’t taken any drastic measures he had previously made (i.e. filing). He is still living at home and we just returned from a cruise with my family and he couldn’t have been any nicer :)

    Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!

    Robin

  1265. Celine Says:

    I would like to get a free copy of Conversation Chemistry because I am hopelessly in love with the sweetest man of 55 years old and everytime I meet him I make him uncomfortable because I give him compliments and he so unpretentious. I think of all the things I would like to tell him but when I am face to face with him, I forget everything and bable… and I am not getting any younger at 60. If I don’t get it right with a man that impresses me, I think love, real love could elude me. I did not have a good example at home since my parents, still alive - I am grateful for that, but they can barely stand each other. I have been separated for 5 years after a relationship of 20 years. Do you think your book could help me here? It is not getting any easier in the supposed golden years! Thanks so much for all your sharing - I have purchased a book from Amy Waterman and have improved yet would love to win a free copy of your new book.

  1266. Robin Says:

    Thanks!

  1267. Eric Says:

    Mia and Amy,

    I am married to one of the most beautiful women in the world. She is, furthermore, a wonderful, caring mother. When we met, she pursued me, and it took me some time to get in touch with my feelings. But now that we have the perfect life (on paper), we are drifting apart. Well, maybe flying apart.

    In my career I work on many secret projects, so I literally have training in keeping my mouth shut. Combined with the fact that she has an almost etherial beauty that still makes me nervous (something that does not happen around other people, including women) I am having difficulty expressing my feelings to her.

    Maybe she’s tired of chasing me, maybe I resisted too often, but I never meant to drive her away. Quite the opposite, in fact.

    So clearly, I need some significant help if I am to hold on to what I have, and believe me, what I have is worth any effort to keep.

  1268. Werner Wilken Says:

    My wife left me about 7 weeks ago and she is drawing up devorce papers. I am doing everything i can to turn this around.I bought your books on “Save your Marriage today” and learned a lot. I also learned that i must start doing what was short in our marriage, “Communication”. That is her love language and i need all the info i can get on how to communicate with yer and to attract het to me.Your book is exactly what i need.Please send me a copy of Conversation Chemistry so i can start to apply this info in my conversations with her.Be blessed as your books is a blessing to me!

  1269. Angela Says:

    ONE OF THE PARADOXES OF LIFE IS THAT THE THINGS WHICH INITALLY MAKE YOU SUCCESSFUL, ARE NOT NECESSARILY THE THINGS THAT KEEP YOU SUCCESSFUL. YOU HAVE TO REMAIN OPEN TO NEW IDEAS AND BE WILLING TO LEARN NEW SKILLS. LEARNING SHOULD BE A LIFE LONG PERSUIT, AND IS AN ACTIVITY THAT IS NOT RESTRICTED BY AGE. EVERY STAGE OF LIFE PRESENTS LESSONS TO BE LEARNED. WE CAN CHOOSE TO BE TEACHABLE AND CONTINUE TO LEARN THEM, OR WE CAN BE CLOSED MINDED AND STOP GROWING. THE DECISION IS OURS, SO I CHOOSE “CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY” …AS A MEANS OF ENHANCING MY LEARNING CAPACITY ..” I STILL HAVE MORE TO LEARN” FROM YOUR NUMEROUS COACHES AND COUNCELLORS , THIS IA A GIFT. THANK YOU.

  1270. helena Says:

    I would like to find a way to atract a real gentelman, and put an end to meeting the wrong personality.

  1271. donna-maree Says:

    After traveling around the world for a number of years one still has not found her true love maybe it could be the way i talk to a man. Maybe i am am intimidating or maybe i am not direct enough or maybe i am too soft at times.
    Hopefully this guide will lead me into kick starting me into capturing a mans heart with the right words.
    45 and still single
    Thanks DM

  1272. Laroyce Cottrell Says:

    I really would love to have a copy of this book. I am recently divorced. I’ve never had to talk to men before really because I only had one love and he was my first and only love since age 15. However life happens. I need to know who to talk to me and what to say and not to say. I would like to feel confident when one comes up to me instead of feeling like I have no idea what to do or say. I think your book will help me feel just a bit more in control of talking to the opposite sex. Help a sister out. Thanks!

  1273. Tasha Attaway Says:

    I need this book because of all the times I have entered a room and had absolutely no idea what to say. Sometimes I feel like there’s a sign next to my mouth that says “insert foot here.” I’ll even avoid attending functions because I just don’t know what to say and I honestly believe it has hurt my career (and let’s not even talk about the fact that I turned 40 last year and have no prospects). Anyway, I could use this in the worst way and appreciate the fact that you wrote it.
    Thanks for listening!

  1274. Katie Says:

    because I often say the wrong thing, the first thing that comes into my head which often gets a laugh but not always the reaction I would like.
    Cheers

  1275. bisi Says:

    i believe conversations hold more than just words. to have the secret chemistry will be like granting a kid’s wish on christmas eve! i reallllllllly want it!!!!!!!!!!

  1276. Theresa Blais Says:

    I really need this book bad. I am going out into this big world after an awful breakup with the man I have been with for 20 years and I am scared as Hell. Oops Sorry. People have always told me I did not know how to communicate well anyways and now I am really scared.

  1277. Katie Says:

    Thanks for considering me I have Amy’s audio version of ‘being irristable to men’ its worked and i chose one great man after lots of candidates applied, I now have to continue the good work and not mess up - 6 months on its a little more difficult as there are expectations I am trying to live in the present with the regular emails from mimi

  1278. Malika Davis Says:

    This has always been a goal of mine. To be well received and well understood. Just the opposite has been my life I’m afraid. I realize after many years that it is my contribution that causes this. I for reasons I have yet to discover am the sole reason why I don’t get along with people the way I wish. I have friends that I try to mimic and it does not seem to fit me. It comes off as fake. I believe if I had this book I would no longer have any reason to fear public settings and situations where I could be put on the spot. I envy people who have mastered conversation chemistry and I wish to be one of them before my last day.

  1279. Helen Says:

    would greatly appreciated, read it, learn from it and apply it in my daily conversation not only with opposite sex but in all walks of life to set an example and spread love and kindness in our beautiful world.

  1280. Norma Says:

    Conversation Chemistry sounds like a book that is written for a person like me. I’d like to read and try these new techniques in hope of gaining some new confidence that I’ve been needing lately. Also, I am going through a divorce and would love to have a new attitude toward men in general. Thank you for an opportunity to read something new that may just help out in a new life ahead of me!

    Sincerely,

    Norma

  1281. Rayanne Becker Says:

    Dear Amy and Mia,

    Four years ago, my husband entered midlife depression, and the religious, family man I knew and loved was replaced by an alien - a “pod person!” I tried every creative, dynamic way I could think of to penetrate his depressed, negative perspective, but to no avail.

    I let him know I was not a saint, but I certainly was NOT the ogre his beer-goggled brain was portraying me to be! Believe me, I tried many ways of reaching through the amnesia of the depression, but I was unable to trigger any positive memories.

    In fact, it was Bob Grant’s ebook, and Mr. Panzarella’a ebook that helped me learn that you don’t talk or try and persuade your partner - you show respect for yourself and your partner’s choices and you let your partner go free.

    From them, I learned that “…respect leads to attraction, and attraction leads to the loving feelings returning!

    I guess only the school of hard knocks will open the eyes of a male or female spouse in the throes of midlife depression. I am now also able to understand how very much pain and mental confusion they must be going through when they decide to suddenly leave a marriage that everyone including my kids and myself thought was so great.

    I had two choices: to be bitter, ball my eyes out every day, and to give up on living “OR” to save my life with the help of Christian Carter, Marie Forleo, Amy Waterman, Mimi Tanner, and others. I was so devastated at first that even daily needs like getting up brushing one’s teeth, washing up, and dressing became a huge challenge to do. Nothing held any interest for me, but I knew that I had to get up and move for the sake of my children.

    At first, I took life one minute at a time, then one day at a time, and I began to see that I could make my own goals and I began to learn and accept that I could only control myself. So, I began to grow spiritually, emotionally, and financially.

    Yep, I took a good long look in the mirror and I owned my own **** (OOPS! pardon my French!)my own “stuff.” It took me three years and four jobs, but I have almost paid off the $60,000 in debt that I incurred during our divorce.

    It takes “TWO” to make or break a relationship, and I had to stand up and admit that I had some real hard work to do on myself! In fact if more people would take this first plunge into the abyss, then they would stop pestering their partner by trying to “fix” the other person. “Fix yourself!”

    I lost weight and joined kickboxing and bodysculpt classes, and I read and evolved ever so slowly into the new confident woman I am today. I believe each of us must love ourselves first and find ourselves as a whole person before true intimacy and connection can happen in a relationship. Four years ago, I never thought I would feel anything but emptiness or pain again, and the first day I laughed again over something I read in all of your books…I knew I was going to be better than just ok!

    I have recently tried dating on Eharmony, and Match.com. Believe me, it has been a real eye opener!! I still look young and when I began seeing pictures of men who looked like “my Dad,” well…let’s just say it was an adjustment! When a man’s online profile says he still has all of his hair - well, he shouldn’t say that when he only has two little tufts of hair above his ears! “lol”

    I believe in continuing to grow and your book would help me to do that! It has been a long, challenging journey for me, and can you believe this - I still believe that now that I know “I CAN” exist on my own, I finally feel ready to have fun in the dating world!

    I honor all of you and the work that you do to “give back” what you have learned about life. I am so glad today that in your books and newsletters, I found the strength and courage to move forward. I believe in paying it forward and each time I share your wisdom and caring thoughts with someone else, it makes me all the more aware of how far I have come in my journey. I realize now how true that saying is, “that the journey is what is important, not the destination.”

    Here’s a toast to more learning, more living and more fun and laughter in my journey. …and hopefully, I get to bring along your new book whether I pay for it or not!

    With all my deepest respect and love,

    Rayanne M. Becker
    from Buffalo, New York

  1282. Rayanne Becker Says:

    As I read the comments from people here who are still married and they feel as if talking to their spouse is like trying to get beyond a brick wall of defenses, I though I would suggest Imago Therapy by Harville Hendrix and Helen Hunt. Look it up under google and sign up for a workshop. I have personally seen it help change the communication of couples who were on the brink of divorce. Divorce busters.com also has many ideas to refresh your marriage. I hope one of them helps you to make the communication better between you and your partner.

    RB

  1283. Sharon Puschkar Says:

    “Conversation Chemistry” is on the top of my “to read” list! I have been recently divorced (Dec. ‘07) and through the “dark days of last year” I have been discovering who I really am and what I deserve in life. My best friend pulled me through last year and I feel I am getting a second chance in life. In my heart I believe I have decent communication skills; however is it the correct communication for the opposite sex? In recovery I have learned I need a “strong love” in my life and guidance and advice would be welcome so that I will not attract the same type of man in my life. I wish the best of luck to all that have submitted comments to enter this contest!

  1284. shaon Says:

    i want this book because i want my confidence back

  1285. Vicki Says:

    I work in a very male dominated industry so it would be of enormous benenfit for my career as well as personal life to read this book (more than once i suspect. I know that men are ‘wired differently’ than women but I do not understand exactly how that equates to the way we speak and I would LOVE to have the skills to easily avoid confusion. I find my husband to be moody and uncommunicative at times so am very keen to have the knowledge to rectify those times without getting into any kind of ’scene’ with him. Thankyou for taking the time to share your knowledge your efforts are much appreciated. What a wonderful feeling to be able to help so many people.

  1286. Suprena Says:

    I would love to know how to make every man feel important without sending him the wrong message.

  1287. Mervyn Whyte Says:

    I will appreciate a copy of this book…I need to know how to expose my “emotional nakedness” with my spouse.

    Thanks for the volume.

  1288. Franchesca Says:

    I’m 23… and I’VE BEEN SINGLE SINCE BIRTH! Please save me from my misery!

  1289. Robin Says:

    Aftr many years of being divorced I have met a really special man. He’s intelligent, kind and very sweet, but a little shy and doesn’t open up immendiately. I guess I am a bit like that too, but I notice if I get him on the right topic, he’ll talk up a storm. I know he’s looking for someone he can have a special connection with and good communication. I need some ideas on how to converse with him so we can both feel comfortable being ourselves and opening up with each other.
    This kind of information would probably prove valuable in dealing with people in all other areas of a person’s life as well.

  1290. Julie Comins Says:

    I would like to win a free copy because when it comes to my husband and I… I’ve had better conversations with the kitty litter box!

  1291. louise Says:

    i can,t talk to guys at all. there was boys my class so i don,t what tto stay to make them interst in me.i am at my withs end.

  1292. Jeff Says:

    I have been reading your Email updates ever since I found them on the web. My wife has filed for divorce and it is supposedto be final end of June. I do not desire divorce but cannot seem to communicate with her. Everything I say is turned into another reason that affirms her reason for filing for divorce. I am looking for any help I can get. We have two boys, ages 7 & 10 and a 15 yr old girl from my wifes first marriage. Thsi is not for me but for them.

  1293. Andrea Says:

    to whom that may concern;
    I would like to have a copy of this book, because every time I meet a new person I am too afraid to let that person in, is because I am afraid of getting hurt over and over again. I want to improve my conversation skill, and I want to improve myself in and out.

    Than You:

  1294. Yasmeen Says:

    Hi,
    I really would like a copy of your book on carrying on conversations as I am basically a very shy person and freeze when I meet someone new. I am divorced now after 25 years of marriage and would really like to make a fresh start and need pointers on how to approach people and start and carry on interesting conversations.I would also like to learn how to make a good impression as we all know first impressions carry a lot of weight.
    Thanks so much

  1295. Margo Says:

    I have been purchasing and reading various relationship books/cds/DVDs for years (yours being one). They all have good points and are basically the same but I still seem to be missing something.
    Based on reactions in observing people I do believe the chemestry of a conversation has much more to do with attraction than simple body language or letting a man be a man.

  1296. Mariyam Says:

    Isn’t it the desire of every couple to have a decent conversation after a hard, long day of work and to rekindle that passion…? Well, I’m in search of that! And I’m sure “Conversation Chemistry” is the answer to my prayers… :o)

  1297. Yvette Says:

    I have always been interested in the dynamics of a conversation. How it starts, how difficult it is to maintain, how to stay focused, how to really listen, how to engage and be engaging so that the other person does not lose interest. Sometimes, I just like to people watch and observe how people communicate, whether it is in business or dating. I do this to see if I can see myself in other people (good or bad things) so that I can change some of the negative quirks I have and emphasise some of my better qualities. While, I think I am a ‘decent’ communicator, I know that it has been a very long process- since just a few years ago, I would never speak to anyone. But, now I find that I still run out of things to say and I experience moments of ackward silence. I know I have so much to learn and strongly feel that this book will help me in becoming a more skilled communicator.

  1298. Rose Says:

    I’m 30 & an attactive woman. Unfortuately I’m shy and haven’t dated much. No date to prom. No date to anything… I haven’t really flirted. Too much of a chicken & honestly it’s been years since I’ve really tried. I recently have decided that life is boring if you don’t flirt & I’m going to start. Now- what do I say? I’m stumped. Do you see why I need this book? I want to enjoy my life & interaction with others or “connecting” is so much fun. Why haven’t I tried & can you help me make the next 30 years better.

  1299. Spring Says:

    Mia, first let me wish YOU good luck on picking out the winners, they all have very valid and great reasons. I think we all feel the same about conversation, it’s hard either all or some of the time. I, like a few of the ladies, am also a widow and just now getting into the dating scene again at 52!!! I’m scared of saying the wrong thing also, and at this stage of my life I’m afraid of messing up. I know it will be difficult to pick a winner, but remind them we’re ALL winners in our own way. Good luck to all, and oh ya, me to…. “smiles”

  1300. Kokito Says:

    Hey!

    Thank you for the opportunity!

    It’s probably the problem that makes all of us boys fall down, & maybe fail in our relationships.

    I think it’s the same for girls. But it’s more ennoying for boys because they’ve to make the first step!!

    I’ll be glad if you help me in this subject cause it’s a big problem for me!

    Thanks again

  1301. g. Alvarez Says:

    Ok I know i’m not the only one but i have been talking to thi girl at work.She’s new and when I try to talk to her i really don’t know what topics to talk about. I don’t want to be talking about the same things other guys talk about. She’s very shy and I want to get her out of her shell. Thank you.

  1302. angela Says:

    I cant wait for the book. I would love to win a copy, as I am painfully shy and knowing some tips would certainly help me break out of my shell.

  1303. Patricia Says:

    I would like a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I find so much of my daily conversation aimed at just keeping up appearances. I think that conversation, when done creatively, has the power to make the other feel recognized and appreciated. It also gives others the opportunity to know us. The problem is, how do you do this? What do you say that’s not forced or trite? As far as I know, schools don’t teach this. I am hoping your book will show me!

  1304. brenda Says:

    I am usually very gregarious and outgoing with everyone but and except when I find that I am attracted to a guy. I have all the words in my mind but the lips don’t seem to get it :0), not to mention the fact that I am kinda rusty in that department (I’ve been divorced over 10 yrs and counting), so I could really use some help, so yes, please I could use a copy of your book!

    Thanks!

    Brenda

  1305. Don Says:

    I woke up this morning to my cat asking “When’s breakfast dude?” I stared in amazement as I am easily stumped for words. I merely stammered “uhh, I’ll get it now.”
    I have since realized maybe the correct question was “Whoa you’re a talking cat. How is that possible. Am I crazy? Are you smart? What is going on here? Do you have any startling cat revelations?”
    My cat no longer talks to me. Apparently I’m not good enough at conversation to merit the effort it takes for a cat to talk.
    Don’t even get me started how horrible I am talking with beautiful women who to me are even more intimidating than a talking cat.

  1306. Kelly Says:

    My ex-husband got custody of my confidence with men, and I want it back!

  1307. Magdalena Says:

    I really need this! i have too many awkward moments and if I know I dont have anything to talk about i’ll just stand there in silence or drag out a dead converstion. help!

  1308. Dr. Tasia Thacre Says:

    Dear Amy and Mia,
    I think I am that classic example of what happens when the ‘perfect girl goes tongue-tied’. My friends all say Im above-average looking, Im a physician and have always been a straight A student, I can listen to patients for hours, but for some reason, when it comes to the opposite guys - men, I just never know what to say. Like the time I went for a movie and he asked ‘what perfume are you wearing’ and I told him, and he leaned towards me and shook his head and said ‘you shouldnt have told me..why didnt you just say sniff me and find out’ and I said ‘Sniff? What like those dogs go sniffing bins?’ and he said ‘There - you did it again. You ruined the moment’ and I said ‘What moment?.’ And then I realized ‘waht moment’ when I got home.
    I used to keep attracting the ‘wrong guys’ - guys only interested in a physical fling. After reading ‘How to be irresistible to Men’ and ‘The Women Men Adore’ I finally met the love of my life - only to have him leave me for a psychologist who could talk her way through anything. I asked him what went wrong. He told me - “you have everything I could ever want in a woman, but you just dont tell me how you feel. I was always making the effort to talk you, banter with you, but you just didnt respond. I know your way too intelligent not to know how, so I just assumed you didnt want to.”
    I went home that night and cried my heart out. I loved him, I wanted to say so many things, but just didnt - because I really dont know how or when. Most women talk too much. My problem is that I just listen too much!! And I dont talk enough… because I honestly, dont know what to say when. When I read the review of ‘Conversation Chemistry,’ I knew immediately that I just had to have that book. I know there are no instant fix-its in life, but I do hope that by reading it, I will be able to understand a little more how to better communicate my feelings instead of just keeping them into myself.

  1309. Mechelle Says:

    Mia,

    Congratulations on your new book!

    I am the proverbial social butterfly but when it comes to men, unless it’s business, forget about it! I haven’t dated in toooo long. I don’t look like the back of a goat and don’t scare children but I freeze whenever I get around men in social situations. Hard for me to gauge what they want. With business, it’s pretty clear. We can talk about my product or business themes. Socially, I am clueless. If a man flirts, I get terribly scared and uncertain. My quandry is how can I do one and not the other?

    Your help would greatly be appreciated.

  1310. rita Says:

    HI THERE I DONT WHAT IS A MATTER WITH GUYS THESE DAYS AND THIS TEXTING THING BUT I THOUGHT I WOULD GIVE IT A TRY AND NOT CONTACT A MAN WHO HAS BEEN SEEING ME I HAVE KNOWN HIM TWO YEARS NOW HE ASKED TO SEE ME AT XMAS SEEN HIM A COUPLE OF TIMES IT HAS BEEN FIVE DAYS NOW SINCE I SAW HIM AND HE HASNT TEXTED ME SO NOW IAM CONFUSED I HAVE BEEN VERY GOOD AT NOT GETTING IN TOUCH WITH HIM BECAUSE I LIKE HIM AND I WOULD LIKE HIM TO DO THE CHASEING CAN ANY MAN OUT THERE GIVE ME THE ANSWER TO THIS PLEASE THANK YOU

  1311. mara z. Says:

    All my life I was shy and timid person. I can never show the warmth and love that I feel in my heart for other people. My facade is so rigid and proper so my life mission is to learn how to become more cogruent. I would love to learn the skill of good conversation so that I can became on the outside the person that I am inside. Life circumstances have moulded me rigid and a prisoner of my own defence behaviour but I feel that with the right knowledge and practice I can and will change. Your book “conversation Chemistry” is giving me hope that I wiil find the information needed for that change.

  1312. Linda Says:

    Because I am so tired of being invisible . . .

  1313. sanja markovic Says:

    I really need that book. There is no way I can bye it. My money is not good in this case. my card is not useful for paying e books and in my country we still don’t have pay check or else. Help.
    I don’t want to spent life in silence or Wrongways land.

    Thanks anyway for all those useful mails that you are sending to me.

  1314. Lynn Says:

    I was married for 24 years and in a verbally abusive relationship where I wasn’t allowed to go out with friends, or, when we went out to picnics, parties, etc., I had to stay by his side and couldn’t converse with the opposite sex…just female friends, and even then, I had to be careful in what I said. So, needless to say, I need a lot of help…to overcome what I’ve missed out in all those years… how to keep a conversation going. I don’t want to be alone for the rest of my life; but, I do need to learn how to keep a conversation going. Thank you for all your help!

  1315. Eve Says:

    I recently left my spouse of more then 14 years, because i could not communicate with him on any level, including when he did things that upset me, or that pleased me. I clam up completely and cannot seem to voice what is in my head or heart. I need to learn to communicate or feel that i am doomed to failure in relationships for life, and i don’t want to be alone forever.

  1316. Myra Says:

    Hi,

    Winning the book would be a great opportunity for me.
    I love meeting people and consider myself very friendly. I’m not confident enough in myself when talking to the oppisit sex, I get so nervous. I’m scared of saying the wrong things. I would love the opportunity to learn how to talk with confidence to men and carry on conversations that will never lose their interest.

  1317. toot Says:

    I think chemistry in in everything…in love too!

  1318. April Says:

    My boy”friend” and I talk to each other a lot over the internet. He is very witty and I just love his answers - that is, well most of the time. I’m pretty clever also and come up with some good ones myself. I sometimes laugh till I cry going back and forth with very witty conversations. But there are times when I wish I would have answered him in a different way. I’m sure this new book will help me out tremendously.
    Than you,
    April

  1319. natalie Says:

    I would like to improve my social skills,be able to attruct any man that I am interested in with ease,learn ways to draw man to myself on every level,boost confidense,create a strong sence of pleasure and connection during conversations with a person that I am interested in.Thanks a great advice is very appreciated.

  1320. Stephen Says:

    In March of 2007 I lost my wife to cancer. Now 11 months later I am ready to find a new partner.
    Wow what a difference the dating world is today. Women today seem considerably more liberated and agressive than I remember. Your book sounds like a great starting place for me to learn how to start meeting “today’s women. At 55 years young I have many years left to spend with someone special and any help to kickstart my entry into the dating world.
    I am excited about the possibilities ahead for me.

  1321. Jane Says:

    When I first thought about my reasons for wanting this book,I thought…I really don’t need it, so why try. Let someone else win it who needs it more. I have tried to educate myself in his area and have tried very hard to communicate in the proper way. If it’s a man, simple yet honestly. If it’s a woman, expressive and emotional. So my reason though to win this book in a fun and exciting way is so that I could GIVE this book away to my single friends. Those that I feel could use an eye opening experience and hopefully make their love lives a little simpler and much happier! I would give it away because it means more if the information is shared then kept as a secret. Of course, I would read it to find out if I was on the right path to success…since becoming single after 20 years of marriage! Lots of luck to everyone….

  1322. Dawn Elliott Says:

    I would love to have a copy of your new book. I so enjoy Amy’s writing, but can’t afford the book right now. My main concern is that I have always worked in a male-dominated environment. I work well with my colleagues, but that doesn’t always translate into successful social interactions. If anything, I suspect that I have acquird bad habits through the years that work well and discouraging passes from my married colleagues, but which also discourage more appropriate relationships as well. Can you help me out and show me how I what I need to do so that I can have the impact on men that I want when I want it. Thanks a bunch for helping us girls figure this all out.

  1323. Sky Says:

    I’m hoping this book includes how to tell if someone is flirting with you…I am divorced for 7 years now, have been raising 2 children on my own with no child support and would love some help in communicating with the opposite sex. I have no idea when someone is flirting with me for some reason it goes right over my head…I’m presently enrolled in Toastmasters but in the area of the opposite sex ….I need help badly!

  1324. Zara Says:

    XD

    Thanks for all Mia, and crew

    :)

  1325. Irene Kastani Says:

    Good day to you Amy and Mia,
    I am sure you can read in between the lines, so will make it short as I can.
    62, recently moved in US. Divorced for 9 years and alone for 18. I know that I have missed alot from life, but NOW I look forward to find a companion. Connection through conversation is the most important in our age range.And after all those years of loneness I have lost that skill.
    Even if I will not win, I will purchase your book because it was recommanded to me today from Mimi. And I will be always glad to receive your advices through mail.
    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!
    irene
    Forgive my mistakes.English is not my mother language.

  1326. Irene Kastani Says:

    What kind of moderation?

  1327. Vernetta Says:

    I believe that the Conversation Chemistry books is the solution that wholes the secrets to reconciling my marriage. I have been married for 19 years and separated for 5 months. Seemingly, we have never been able to communicate the love that we share for each other. Please help me save my marriage!

  1328. Gayle S Says:

    I can always talk and ask about what do you do, where do you work, where do you live, what kind of activities do you like - those kind of standard items. But, sometimes it is really awkward going beyond the basic talk. A big topic of conversation for guys is often sports but I don’t really follow any sports. Sometimes, I feel it’s a matter of not having chemistry with someone but maybe it’s because I need coaching on taking the conversation to the next step.

  1329. Jess Says:

    It must have been a blessing from above that Mia’s ‘2nd Chance..’ was released 4 days after my break-up. In my first reading, the words just absorbed in me. As I proceeded through the book, the compassion, understanding and genuineness embedded within the insights she shared in simple sentences guided me during that grieving period. Equally inspiring was the recognition of myself developing positively into a truly matured woman in the grieving process.

    Therefore, my wish to own a copy of ‘Conversation Chemistry’ stems from 2 reasons. The first relates to faith and belief, whilst the second relates to interest. My experience with 2nd Chance has grounded a sense of faith and belief that Mia’s writings (in part or in whole)to further aid this quest for development toward being a fully matured woman. Further, the title ‘Conversation Chemistry’ seemingly suggests an alternative route in which one may unleash her authenticity- perhaps, first and foremost to the man of her dreams; but at the same time,not excluding the society at large. I am thus convinced that with the book in my hands, I will have interest strong enough to single-mindedly engage in the development of insights both authors share from the beginning until the end.

  1330. Kim Hayes Says:

    I would like to know how to stop putting my ‘foot in it’ when I have a conversation with the adult children of the man I am seeing. I feel I am making a mess of it every time I open my mouth!

  1331. Anya Marcelis Says:

    Hey Mia,
    When I heard there was a book coming out about how to be able to talk to men, I got totally excited. I’ve been having a hard time with conversations in general. I’m somebody who thinks a lot but I never can seem to find the right things to say to people in general. With men, it’s even worse. I don’t know why but it’s as if suddenly I can’t think at all and so all along, all I think is “what should i say, what should i say” I mean, I’m able to talk to them, just not really like I’d want to, I’d just need tips - and a lot of them.

    Now, I’ve got absolutely no clue about your other work, but I really trust that what you have done is great work and so I would love to be able to read it.
    If I could, honestly, I would buy it, but I am at the moment in the impossibility to do so, which is frustrating because it’s not because you don’t really have much money that you don’t deserve to be able to learn on how to do things better, on changing yourself to be a good person.
    It would help me so much!
    Thank you,
    Anya

  1332. NANCY Says:

    HELLO, I AM NEITHER SHY NOR SINGLE BUT I AM DATING SOMEONE.
    HE HAS NEVER BEEN THE TYPE TO TALK TO ME FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME SO OUR CONVERSATIONS HAVE BEEN QUITE SHORT FOR THE MOST PART HE AND I HAD A REAL ROCKY RELATIONSHIP IN 2007 AND BECAUSE OF THE ADVICE THAT I GOT FROM MIMI TANNER AND FRIENDS HE AND I ARE BACK ON TRACK FOR 2008. NOW THE REASON THAT I WOULD LOVE A FREE COPY OF YOUR BOOK, THE COMMUNICATION CHEMISTRY IS TO CONTINUE TO ENHANCE OUR RELATIONSHIP. NOT ONLY FOR ME BUT FOR HIM TOO. I CAN SEE THAT HE IS REALLY TRYING TO MAKE OUR RELATIONSHIP WORK TOO AND I BELIEVE THAT THE TECHNIQUES AND SUGGUESTIONS THAT WILL BE LISTED IN THE BOOK WILL KEEP US ON THE RIGHT TRACK TO WONDERFUL COMMUNICATION AND MAYBE EVEN DOWN THE ISLE!!!!
    HOPEFULLY, MY TRUTH IS ENOUGH. THANKS SO MUCH FOR ALL OF THE ADVICE AND THE ONLINE THEORAPY THAT I HAVE BEEN RECIEVING. YOU ALL ARE A GOD SEND.

    LOVE NANCY

  1333. DonnaK Says:

    After taking time off from the dating world, I feel that I need a jump start. Being 40ish, I am a little shy about starting a conversation with a man these days. I want to get out there and date, but, need a little help and motivation. Thanks in advance for my free copy!

  1334. Mia Says:

    I’d like to receive a copy of “Conversation Chemistry” because I’m a newly single mom and need to divert from baby talk to real adult conversation. I actually am a pretty confident person and feel I know how to communicate. I just wonder if I always say the right things at the right time…

  1335. Simona Says:

    Wow, such interest! You must be thrilled. I would be:) It is probably not going to be an easy decision about who you gonna kind of reward.. And, what they all going to say about your creation, right? Well, if you think that 5 people are not just enough for your greatness, please think of me. Czech republic knows you too!:)

    Lots of joy,
    Simona

  1336. felicia Says:

    Hello, I would like a copy of the Conversation Chemistry simply because I am in such dire need of it. That’s all I can say.

    Thank you.

  1337. Rosalie Says:

    I don’t have a problem with conversation. I quite easily initiate conversations and can talk for quite some time as long as the other party reciprocates which is often not a problem either. My dilemma is that I probably say too much, rather an open book, I need to learn just what to leave out in those initial conversations, what to hold back on.
    I desperately need to learn what I should not say in those early conversations.
    I hope that your book also covers that area.
    I have some great relationships which are built from those intial conversations, many end in long time friendships, some in romance, but there are those that I would love to keep that I manage to lose due to being too open and honest.

    After a recent divorce from a long, long term marriage (29 years), unlike some, I have no fear, but am learning the hard way that the dating and relationship scene has changed since I was single and dating way back when and I keep learning everyday. There have been some upsets, some shocks but also some pleasant surprises.
    I am hoping that your book could steer me in a more positive direction.

    Good luck to single women out there, let’s enjoy our lives.

  1338. John N Says:

    Hi, my name is John. I think I deserve this book over everyone else because I have never gotten laid. I am 28, I am going to college, I have never had a girlfriend and my life has been very depressing. I want to change that. I want to become the master of all masters in picking up women. I want your book, I need your book. Please give me this free copy, because I will put it good use. I really want to get a girlfriend. I need someone close. My parents split up when I was only eight and it tore me apart. I have only had one best friend and he was shot just outside of my school in Toronto when he was twelve. I was the same age, and since then, I have not had any close friends. I am unable to build up the confidence to even look a girl directly in the eyes for more than a second, yet alone say hi. I am begging you please to give me this free copy. I am sending this message from a public library downtown, because I cannot afford a computer. I do not even have a credit card, so I would not be able to purchase your book online. I think this book could be a big turning point in my life. Please! Please! Please!

  1339. Tammara Says:

    Hello, I would like to win a copy of the book for several reasons. The most important is to be able to pass on good converstational skill to my children. I would like to be able to learn how to communicate to them as well as with the adults I have to deal with on a day to day basis. I would also like to get back the communication that my ex-husband and I used to have. We are back together, but we don’t have the skills anymore due to other problems. He is an over the road truck driver so we need to make the most out of our conversations. We have to much dead air on the phone when we talk, and then when he is at home it is nothing but silence now. I want more then nothing to keep my family together and communication is a much needed tool. I am a SAHM, and after 8 yrs of only communicating with kids, the ability to carry a good conversation with an adult of any sex has gone out the door.

    Thank you very much!!

  1340. marty Says:

    i am 45 (look 30) single, frustrated, & about at the end of my rope. The frat-boy style pick up materials do not work for4 me, nor do underhanded “patterns” (utterly humiliating, but thats another story) I want to be me, i just want women in my life. help please?

  1341. Tea Says:

    I would love to win this contest!!

    I finally met the love of my life, and I want the best for us, a lifetime of bliss. What I find to be my weakness is my verbal expression, which has many a time caused misunderstanding and rift. I hope to improve on that, but have NO IDEA how, except to grope in the dark and learn from experience.

    I want to cut short this learning curve!! Please let me win a copy of Conversation Chemistry so I can overcome my conversation fears!

    Thank you!

    Cheers,
    Tea

  1342. Kristine Says:

    I really want to improve my communication skills that would lead me to finding the right guy for me. Been dating for almost two years but it seems that I could not really find a guy who would be a candidate as my official boyfriend. I seem to change dates one after the other and I feel that communication is one of the biggest factors why it didn’t last.

  1343. Antionette Says:

    I am the worst when it comes to conversation. I really feel this is why I am not in a relationship now. Not really knowing what to say, turns my conversation into a boring one and most times, never get past the first conversation after meeting someone. I avoid trying to converse when meeting new people because I am a lost for words. I really need help in this department. Please send me a free copy of this book, I would really appreciate it. Thanks!

  1344. Rebecca Lapointe Says:

    I would really appreciate this book.
    I am a beautiful, intelligent woman. I have a lot to offer yet sometimes I am somewhat shy. I feel that if this book can help me better my communication skills than it would be great. Thank you for this opportunity!

  1345. BRIAN MARRO(UK) Says:

    conversation chemistry will be great to breakout of the testube of ordinary boring conversation and create chemistry that impresses effortlessly the opposite sex now thats what i deserve.

  1346. MARY Says:

    Have you ever been attracted to a man, and for some reason have a hard time talking to him. Almost like your afraid if you speak, he’ll figure out that your not perfect, and walk away. But the men your not attracted to you could sit and talk to all day.
    Well I’m hoping you can help me through this sillyness. And yes I do know its silly, but for some reason I still go through it.
    Hopefully you can help
    Thanks Mary

  1347. Von Says:

    Communication starts with conversation. This is a one of the most important ways to find out if someone is compatible. I would like a copy to find ways to be confident and learn to communicate more effectively. After an abusive marriage and a failed four year relationship, I would like to gain the tools I need to find my Mr. Right (eventually). I would like to take my time and get to know the next person I date and I believe good conversation is the beginning.

    Thank you

  1348. a joule Says:

    I received an email in my inbox from the Seduction Genie a couple of days ago. I look forward to these emails because…well…they help take my mind to a positive space which is not exactly where I am all the time, sitting at my computer, job hunting (long story -smile). Anyhoo, I open it and it’s like a dream come true! A Free copy of “Conversation Chemistry” can possibly be mine…if I can “convince - nooo, no convincing, I learned that in the e-book about “Self-Confidence” so maybe…persuade …naaa, just be honest about why I deserve a free copy of this sure to be amazing book. Well, here goes: I deserve a free copy of the e-book, “Conversation Chemistry” because I want to be ultra-comfy talking too…and (giggle) seducing the opposite sex…MEN!!! Since I’ve began receiving the Meet Your Sweet/Seduction Genie/Christian Carter newsletters, my confidence has improved, I feel feminine, dare I say, sexy and frankly, I want to take myself….my happiness to the next level! I want to continue this journey. I deserve this gift! I just had a birthday and I made a promise to myself to have an awesome year; reclaim my happiness, let love in and basically, just have a ball!! I know it’s gonna be a challenge reading all these posts, it’s some great writers here! To everyone, “Good Luck ladies!!” and “Thank You” Mia and Amy for what you do! Mwah!!

  1349. NicoleC Says:

    I am a cultural anthropologist studying the ins and outs of this dating scene. Seriously, after my divorce I am a little rusting at keeping interesting conversations that do not revolve around kids, the ex, etc. I am an upbeat, witty person but when it comes to conversations with guys I am really interested in (we’re talking butterflies) I totally clam up. I have many interests - traveling, scuba diving, skiing, yoga, arts, opera - and have no problem chatting with my girlfriends. Help! I want to have the same captivating conversation with men.

  1350. Sofie K Says:

    I feel the book will give me an insight in how to be a better conversationalist - not just with men. I know the men in our lives usually drive us crazy, but hey, maybe we could learn something from them. You know how you feel when someone greets you warmly and geniunely takes an interest - its this sort of stuff that really touches most people. I’d like to know more!

  1351. nikki Says:

    sevrel months ago I went into a mental breakdown I attended seaven counties my therpist brittny witt she is a very wonderful wonderful person,she tryed to help me the best she could, but I really didnt know what I needed until I wonderd around on the internet to see if I could look up somthing about the way that men opperate and how they think and I found a diamond AMY WATERMAN I learned to let go of bad relationships from my chiled hood and to see that I am somebody too I am equel to eny man out there she really touched the point of being confident to a level that has never been instilled in me befor even if I dont get the book THANKS AMY YOU HAVE SAVED MY LIFE AND THE FUTURE OF MY THREE CHILDREN BECAUSE THEY ARE LEARNING HOW IMPORTANT THEY ARE not only to me but to the world I have also found some one I am currently dating I AM REALLY LEARNING HOW TO TAKE CONTROLE BUT STILL KEEP THE GOODNESS OF MY HEART, WHO KNOWS HOW IT WILL TURN OUT either way I WILL SURVIVE ENYTHING.

  1352. Jean Says:

    In the past I have let two really cute good guys go becuase I have been way too shy to be myself. I really needed those good communication skills back then, but it is never too late to be ready for the next guy. The other woman stole him right under me and she was being friendly to me the whole time. I am not that shy anymore and I know that I do have good things to offer the right guy. I am wanting God’s best for me. It is time. I am 38 and still single. I know that it takes wise counsel to develop and grow. I believe you two wonderful ladies have some really good advice to share with me and I want to learn. Thank you for all the encouraging e-mails giving real life examples on showing good boundries and encouraging us all as woman know we have value. So…will you please share with me? I would love to share me life with a good man and be that woman who’s words bring attraction and life.

    Love,
    Jeanie

  1353. Savannah Duere Says:

    I am sixteen years old and have the whole big bad world of dating ahead of me. The thing is, I don’t want it to be bad! I want my dating experiences to be phenomenal, fun, sensational adventures! The chemistry between a man and a woman has fascinated since grade six, when I borrowed Kevin’s eraser 38473 times every french class. I am such a romantic and have such dreams about entering the dating scene with charm, wit, and know how. Except, the thing is, I have none of these things. I am an attractive person, but a terrified one when it comes to communicating with boys! Please, please, please consider me for a copy of Conversation Chemistry–please help me for dating so it can something fabulous rather than fearful! Please teach me how to talk to the opposite sex! Thanks a lot! Your fan always!

  1354. Kelly Says:

    Just the thought of having to have a conversation while out with a man is so upsetting that I have often cancelled plans. It isn’t that I don’t have thoughts, ideas, and opinions, but all of that just leaves my mind when face to face with someone, and more often than not, I just want to sink into the floor and disappear. I have tried everything I can think of. I keep up with current events and issues and have many interests and activities, but when the time comes to talk, the words don’t come because I second guess EVERYTHING and worry that it won’t be interesting or that whoever I am with will just sit there thinking, “Gosh, I wish she would just shut up already!” Please consider me for one of your free books. I just want a chance to finally feel normal and to make the men I see to look forward to those moments when we have an opportunity for some one on one conversation instead of dreading what will either be an uncomfortable silence or him having to give yet another monologe.

    Thank you for reading this comment.

    Kelly

  1355. Suzan Says:

    Hi…i would like to receive a copy of this book because i need help in answering hard, blunt questions from overly serious men, and i want to know how to spark up a conversation and reduce the silence that results from either blunt questions, confrontation senarios, and shy men…you sure know that type! i fall with one of them once in a while and their shyness embarrasses me makes me feel outspoken!

  1356. julie bingle Says:

    I’am 32 and i have an absolute fear of men yet i desire to meet one and be able to feel confident and comfortable in his presence i cannot relax and stop my negetative thoughts of how i am appearing to them and most of all what they are thinking and wanting. 32 virgin and never had a relationship with the opposite sex, what am i doing with my life isn’t it my time to atleast try. thank you

  1357. Linda Hamernik Says:

    Hello Amy,
    I can Thank Mimi for steering me to your contest to get a chance to win a free copy of your new book, “Conversation Chemistry.” Congradulations on the upcoming launch of it. Best of luck in your sales, which I can’t see why it shouldn’t, seeing there are a lot of us women out here that NEED your help. “HELP!!!” I can write to men, but I really have a hard time with talking to them. (SHY) I can’t think of what to say or when I do, don’t know HOW to word it. I’m in a quandry. I know sometimes words don’t have to be said just to fill up a dead space, but then to know what to say to end that would be very nice to know. LOL I have a sense of humor, but joking isn’t always the answer.

    Thank you for the chance of competing.
    Linda

  1358. Ratna W Says:

    cause I’m not Keira Knightly that most men would love to speak with :P. I think I deserve to have that book.

  1359. PatriciaW Says:

    I would love to win a copy of this book because I just met a man who is willing to commit,ready to share his life. My last boyfriend of 2 years, moved in with a local girl, leaving me in the dust,with no warning. I am distrustful and unsure of myself, terrible blow to self esteem. Was I so boring or why did he leave? I really dont want to miss the chance of a lifetime to find happiness because I dont have the tools to keep him interested!
    Sincerely
    PatriciaW

  1360. jeniffer Says:

    i have never been able to start up a conversation with a man!!! the farthest i have gone was a “sooooo what do you do?” which is usually the fourth question. I have seen so many great guys just go off just like that since we did not have a thing to talk about or he was doing too much talking thus getting the idea that i was not interested. I want to end this as i dont want another good guy to pass me by. I believe with the right tools; like your book, will be ready to get into the dating game and get myself a good man, finally!!!!

  1361. Paulette Says:

    Please help me. I need a copy of this book because I don’t have much experience dating. I ended a 10-year relationship 4 years ago. Since then, I have only had one relationship that lasted for a year. The guy I was dating loves to talk on the phone and is very communicative. I lost him to a lady who lives out-of-town. They would talk on the phone for hours on end, several times a day, late at night, and in the early hours of the morning. If I had been a better conversationalist, I would have had a better chance with this man. They bonded so tightly that he moved to her city to be with her !!!

  1362. Brooke Says:

    I really enjoy the newsletters from you and when I look at all the wonderful books you present I want to buy them all. I need a place to start though and I hope this book will be the one, it certainly sounds like it. My current boyfriend is in Iraq and comes home in July. Communicating through email and letters is difficult to say the least at the moment but I’m hoping I can implement some ideas from the book during our time apart and then when he comes home keep that same excitement that the distance is creating. I have searched for a true love for so long and this is the first time I can say that I’ve actually found something healthy and loving. I want to make it the best possible relationship for both of us for the rest of our lives hopefully. I need some helpful advice on keeping myself open and interesting in a big way though. Thanks for all your help so far!

  1363. Mary Says:

    I have beesn struggling to hold on to a marriage of 24 years, reading daily your wonderful insights and trying my darnest to not give my kids a legacy of divorce. Communication is where we struggle…to get that piece nailed down could be the doorway to our future…hoping you’ll pick “us” because we will both win if you do…and offering grateful thanks, Mary

  1364. Theresa Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy,
    I think I should get a copy of the new e-book, “Conversation Chemistry” because sometimes I wonder after talking to a guy if I said the wrong thing or if I said too much and did not listen enough. I also want to make sure that what I’m talking about is not boring or offensive (I’m not referring to vulgar). I guess I mean something that could be taken out of context. Also, sometimes, I do get really nervous around particular guys and just clam up and don’t know what to say, particularly when I’ve been caught off guard while eating something.

  1365. Trish Spillman Says:

    Hello
    Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of your book.
    I am a 42 year old Australian women and have been living in Melbourne since 2004. I would sincerely like to meet a genuine and thoughtful man to share my life with. To care, share and make memories with.
    I have been dating for approx 9 months and have developed some wonderful friendships with some of the men I have met. However, the “special” one remains elusive. I have put into practice many of the tips from Mimi Tanner, Christian Carter and Bob Grant. I believe their suggestions have improved my dating experiences and have helped me become reconnected with my feminine side (which I lost whilst being in a relationship with an alcoholic and drug abuser). The prospect of winning a copy of your book would further enhance my chances of meeting the “special” man and I would welcome him into my life. Additionally, ‘Conversation Chemistry’ is an issue a single male friend and I were discussing this week. We were perplexed with the reason why at times a conversation with a stranger is like “pulling teeth” (so much resistance). We both would like to put spark into our conversations with the opposite sex. Therefore, becoming wonderful and enjoyable conversationalists with which our company/dates wont want to remain silent.

  1366. sheila Says:

    Hello,

  1367. Lisa Says:

    I was a virgin till I was 30, gave it up to a jerk who hurt me and am currently alone and going on 40, never married, and still dreaming of having a family of my own. But I am shy and at a lost of how to move on.

  1368. Jose R Says:

    At first I would like to say “Congratulations” to Mia and Amy for writting this kind of books and
    articles that help many people.
    Your tips in your newsletter have been helpful, so I know I can rely on your new book.
    I really deserve your book in order to meet and make a woman happy with my communication skills
    gained after reading your book. I’ve gained some self confidence, but there’s work to do in order
    to improve.
    Besides is very important to think at first on how the other person thinks, I just would like to know the way
    to do it.

    And last but not least I don’t want to try another method of meeting ladies, where you have to act like a jerk,
    ’cause that’s not my style.

  1369. Meafte Says:

    Communication is the key to the relationship. Without the comunication it is not a relationship any more, or at least is not a good relationship. I want to be able to get the right relationship.

  1370. Grace Says:

    Need the expertise of the relationship pro to help me manage my dating/relationship experience, to know how to speak to people whose emotional make-up are soooo different from us ladies!! Ensuring that it’s fun, fruitful and progressive!

  1371. Margaret Unwin Says:

    Throughout my life I have been very outgoing and wanted to have friends. I have had many jobs requiring me to communicate with men as well as women. I struggle everyday with communication skills and body language. I have reseached throughout and did some self inventories many times over. the people I talk to about it tell me that it is in all the way you say things and of course YOUR BODY LANGUAGE.

    I hve made a concentrated effort to improve the facial expressions, body language and am always conscious of how I say things. I am at a total loss, because at 52 years old, I should have learned by now how to communicate.

    My facial expressions get commented on alot and I am upset that It takes so much work, I get into conversations and concentrate on my expressions that I am not fully connected in the conversation. (due to my mind thinking about how I am looking, and body language) Sometimes people say that I am hard to approach because of my body language.

    What can I do to change and become more approachable. I am at wits end with this dilema. I really want to be sociable and want to be able to communicate with people intelligently. I supervise and work with the public on a daily basis and is very important to me. Help me by supplying me with a free copy of the book “Conversation Chemistry”. I love people and want to be the best I can be. If I didn’t I would not have looked in so many places for help. If I recieve a free copy of the book, I will be glad to promote the book with fellow management and others who I serve. Thank You.

  1372. Mai Says:

    I’m newly married and planning to move to my husband’s place and stay with him for good. I will also meet his family and friends. Deep inside I’m a bit nervous how to deal with them. I’m very shy person and talk less sometimes other people find me unfriendly. Hope this book will help me how to connect with his family and friends.
    More power to you Mimi and to Amy.

    I have also newsletter from Amy and once subsribed Rocket Spanish with Amy and Mauricio.

  1373. James Says:

    Every single time I see an attractive women I just don’t know what to say and how to initiate a conversation with them. It just plain pathetic. I then go home crying knowing deep inside that I could have meet an attractive women and at the same time could have enjoy their company. :( Sigh. All I ever wanted was ONE attractive bomb shell to share her experience with me.

  1374. Elizabeth C Says:

    WOW! If I knew how to cut & paste my Google search history from YESTERDAY I would because that is how recent it was when I spent two hours searching the internet looking for guidance on how to engage in a conversation with a man. Then I received Mimi’s email today about your new book.
    How exciting!!
    I have been a single mom for the past 12 years. My greatest challenge in meeting men is not knowing how to initiate/engage in conversations outside of work. Guess you might call me socially illiterate. With my youngest child leaving for college this year, I realize that I have 2 options:
    1. Live in dread about my pending empty nest.
    2. Start preparing myself now for this next chapter in my life and learn the conversation skills I need to meet new friends and -dare I say- maybe even a great man to share my new life with. I choose to conquer my social illiteracy!
    Whether I win or not, I will be reading your book! :)
    Thank you,
    Elizabeth

  1375. Laralyn Says:

    Hi Amy and Mia,

    I have been on your mailing list for some time now and have followed your advice and ideas on how to be irresitable to men. This has led to a number of dates with amazing men.

    However, I have seen a frightening pattern where these ‘dates’ dont seem to go anywhere. I analysed what could be going wrong and one of the things I have noticed is that I lack good conversation skills. These vary from not knowing what to write in mail to not knowing how to respond or keep a conversation going when talking face to face, resulting in awkward silences.

    I am convinced that if I can polish myself in this area, I shall certainly be more irresistable to men and any other person I may come in contact with for that matter. It is for this reason that I feel I should win a copy of your new book - Conversation Chemistry, to add to the many lessons you have given me over the months.

    Thank you for giving me this chance!

    Laralyn

  1376. Sylvia Ann Says:

    Hello Ladies,

    Let’s hear it for the Middle Aged Women. Having been out of the loop for over a year, I would love to enhance my conversation skills with men. From all my findings, it seems that if you don’t have interesting, unpredictable things to say they will lose interest. In other words, don’t be ho-hum. I am a lifetime student and would welcome any advice that I could take with me as a once-again single woman.

    Thank you!

  1377. Shirley Says:

    I work with several people who have really good people skills and realize that I have a lot to learn about dealing with difficult people. (I used to think I was a good communicator.) I could really use some expert advice. Help!

  1378. Shirley Says:

    I do OK when I have time to think or a chance to write down my thoughts but, stumble around the rest of the time. I need to be able to put people at ease but feel uneasy making small talk. I need a clue.

  1379. Sybilla Says:

    My daughter and I will share the book for some mother/daughter activity. I am 46 and newly single and expect for PTA moms and my kids, I have not had real adult conversation with someone than my husband for 17 years. I need someone to put words in my mouth.

  1380. faiza Says:

    for as long as i can remember, i’ve had issues with conversing. i’m nearly 40 years and still think twice about broaching any sort of topic. what scares me the most is that if i do open my mouth to utter anything, i’ll make a fool of myself, so my best ‘defence’ is not to say anything. being shy is the least of my worries at this point. i therefore believe that i am most deserving of winning your book. i often marvel when i see people converse so effortlessly and secretly hope that i could do it to.

  1381. Kixx Says:

    Hi Mia and Amy,
    I dont have much to say overhere coz I am corn-fused and I dont wanna get any one else confused.

    I love a girl who doesnt wanna return my love, the girl lives in area that is a 2-hours ride in a vehicle, she tells me she wants no distance love and She avoids talking to me every time I call her and worse again I dont know what to say when she answers, she rarely answers my calls. Now ts been a week since we last talked, I used to call her every other day but as I found that she avoids me I stopped to call, I dont know what to tell her to get her attracted to me. I need your copy to know the right words to say coz I dont wanna push her further away. I havent seen ts been a month and I dont know where to start, please help thanks.

    I am sorry if I got you corn-fused by talking too much in this note, you would be A-maized when later, I say that without your help I kud not have succeeded with that girl.
    Thanks for your support

  1382. Jane Says:

    Cause I think I’ll get any man I want when I get this book!

  1383. Steve Robertson Says:

    Hi,
    I’m 54 years old and still single. Despite my assumed confidence in talking to women, whenever the opportunity presents itself, my mind goes bleak and all the things I had thought about talking about seem to be pulled into a black hole. I would appreciate a copy of your book to help me.
    Thank you.

  1384. Jorja Says:

    I spent 15 years trying to talk and listen to man who would not talk (or listen!) back. If there’s anyone in the world who needs to learn (or re-learn) a thing or two about conversing, c’est moi! After 15 years, I have little confidence that I have anything of importance or value to say to anyone. I’d love some help!

  1385. paul Says:

    hi there i realy neeeeeed a copy of you new book’CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY’ i have been with my wife for 10years married for 4years and struggle to talk to her about any of my feelings things have gone down hill for the last few years. i know she is lonely and in need of a good heart to heart by i dont know how thats why i need a copy so maybe we can have that deep and meaningful chat she needs

  1386. elsa Says:

    I think the universe decided that I have to win this book. I’m not sure that you going to read through all of this replies - some of them are interesting - but anyway - here is mine

    The indications is clear. first your e mail about warm greetings. then I went to Johannesburg (souh africa) and get lost - I have to ask 3 peole directions - and every single one told me that I did not greet them properly. then this e mail where you can win this book. Furter do I have a suspicion that my boyfriend is playing around with one of my best “friends”

    I don’t think you need any more proof that I need to win this book desperately!

  1387. priya Says:

    Having a copy of the “conversation chemistry” will be like completing my path of study on the opposite sex. Since some time, after my break up i have been reading as much stuff i could gather about the opposite sex and i am sure that the “conversation chemistry” will be the ideal missing link to complement whatever i have been learning and put into practice.

  1388. jenny Says:

    hello mia & amy:

    Thanks for giving me an opportunity to have a copy of conversation chemistry because it will help me & my spouse how to deal with in regards to our marriage life.

    Thank you very much & may God bless you both & more power.

  1389. roselle Says:

    I would want a copy, coz for one I’m living in a foreign country, and being not able to interact with the opposite sex is killing me. It’s haunting me that it’s not the language which separates me from them, but the fact that I don’t know how to start a conversation, and i have no idea how to keep a conversation going. I’ve got to be honest, but I’m a real looser in this area. For a time guys will find me adorable, but after a few conversations (which obviously blew up) they’ll lose interest and disappear, worst run away. I just need a break through your book to prove to these guys that I’m not dumb and that I have so many things in mind to share…

    Thank You for writing a book that would give such hope to those women facing the same situation that I’ve been going through all my life. I’m really confident that this book can put an end to it.

  1390. Norma Says:

    Hi,
    I have meet a guy we smile and say hello to each other every morning. I always catch him looking at me. Sometimes he see’s me looking at him. But we are both too shy to say anything past Hi. One day I picked up the courage to say Hi…How are you doing? We are very attracted to each other. I just don’t know how to start a conversation with him, and I am sure via-a-versa. Please Help Me.

  1391. Veronika Says:

    I am trying to improve my dating life ad myself as a person and a woman. I believe this this book can help me to become more attractive to people and men in particular.
    Please give it to me, I want it!
    Warm greetings
    Veronika

  1392. Sally Says:

    hi, indeed need help on how to communicate with opposite sex. Despite am pretty and attractive, am lack of this most important skill to get the relationship. Thanks in advance !

  1393. Bernard Obende Says:

    I was happy to read some of your Books was very, very interesting Thanks u a million

  1394. adrienne Says:

    I want to thank you for offering a course like this ..I have always felt uncomfortable talking and interacting with men, like I never know what to talk about so I try to be a mirror image of him only to find out that I have lost me along the way. I married the first man who came along so that I would not have to be out there .. of couse this ended in falure,actually I did this 3 times and now at 51 I relize that I need to change . Thanks to your emails I have learned that I do not have to settle and that when I walk into a room I hold my head up high and look around the room beliving that I could have anyone in the room I choose,instead of looking around the room for someone I think would have me…for this I am greatfull.. now I need to figure out how to hold a conversation . cant wait for this book to come out…
    thanks for helping me relize that I am vauluble and for giving me the tools I so desperatly need …
    guess you can teach an old dog new tricks :)
    thanks again,
    Adrienne

  1395. Piia Says:

    I would really like a copy of this book because I’m determined to make my life better than it is now and I think this book vould help. I have been really shy when I was a little girl and a teenager. Gradually I’ve learned that it doesn’t hurt me to speak to people and I’ve gained much more courage since my childhood. I’m now in my twenties and I want to learn more about interacting with people. Especially with men, because somehow it’s always around them that I feel a bit tongue-tied… :)

  1396. Motlhaleemang Says:

    I would like to develop rapport with women that I talk to and develop mutuslly beneficial relationships with them.From the title of the book, I deduce that the book will help me do so.

  1397. jon-ray Says:

    i would like to win copy of your book for ever since 2000 i’ve tried dating women from 5+ but with no luck. I’m tired of being a Wuss and want to know the correct way to date attractive but ordinary women - though i would love to date supermodels. i have been laid off for sometime and can’t afford other authors of how to attract women. hope i can win - God bless you

  1398. Yasmine Says:

    I am a physician, spent my whole life among books, studying. I am clueless when it comes to social skills with men. I havent dated many men although i am 26. I know this can change my life.
    I want an everlasting relationship, and dont want to hoodwink a man into a relationship… I want him to want me for me, for what i am. but i have no knowledge of expressing myself properly. Thank you very much for publishing this book.

  1399. Roos Says:

    Hi Amy & Mia,

    I heard about this via an e-mail from Mimi Tanner. I was intrigued about the effects of how greeting a person can effect him/her and I realised that my communication could need a little extra, that little boost to improve and especially make the other feel special as well. I love to make people happy.
    Warm regards,
    Roos

  1400. Molly Says:

    Increased confidence.

    Meet interesting people.

    Intellectual foreplay.

    Sort the wheat from the chaff.

    Increased intimacy.

    Hi Amy and Mia, I would love a copy for the above reasons. I stuck with someone with whom it was a struggle to have stimulating conversations with and I ended losing the art.

  1401. Narayanan Says:

    I am 34, I am very horny. I live in India, and it is difficult to start a conversation with the opposite sex here in Tamilnadu. I want to get more dates by using this book.I hope I will.

  1402. Claira Says:

    During the past year I’ve been struggling through a disasterous and messy divorce after 20 years of marriage, while at the same time attempting to maintain some sense of normalcy in the life of our two children who live with me. I gave up my “corporate” career seven years ago to become a stay-at-home mother and I’m so grateful I did because the time goes by so fast and these young years can never be recaptured. However, now that I’ll be a single mom soon I’ll need to re-enter the job market. So with all that being said my need for your book is two-fold; personal and professional. I can see being able to benefit from and utilize the information in your book with school staff, friends, networking, interviewing, and eventially dates. Thanks for considering my comments.

  1403. same Says:

    hello!

    I would have loved to buy the hard copy, but living in a far off country as Pakistan I can’t enjoy that facility. A soft copy from your kind site would be a great help to some one who has no hope elsewhere. By sending a copy you would be spreading your help farthest in the world.

    Nothing more to say: just you are angels of relationships!

  1404. Charles Says:

    Dear Amy and Mia,how are you doing?
    Greetings to James.
    Yes,that’s right I really need these free copies of Conversation Chemestry,why? I need to construct and hold a flowing attraction.I’m a social worker,performing Artist,a presenter on radio and televison.Being effective,confident to the audience is very important in this field,for sure.I will need to strengthen my identity through bodylanguage and my vioce,among others.
    I will be comfortable to hold my audience, which includes men,women and children.This time I would like to attract even the animals in the leaving rooms.
    I need to teach,imform,creat and entertain my audience as well.
    Oh..man! I just can’t wait to receive thi fine chemical to my personality.
    Thank you.
    Yours faithfully

    Charles Muwonge.

  1405. Valerie Says:

    Hmmmm, What can I say? I am a confident mum, who is sooooo used to speaking with children, that when I speak to men, I often go dead pan. Please take the stunned mullet look off my face and help me in my final steps of getting my groove back…lol

    Over the last year I have learned so much from the internet, courtesy of emails from so many coaches such as Mimi Tanner, Christian Carter, Paige Parker and also Bob Grant (hmm, not emails, but I read his book). I’m a happy, cheeky, easy to chat with woman, who just needs this last puzzle piece to turn me into a melting pot of “womandom”.

    Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeze, help!!!

    Thanxabunch

  1406. Helen Says:

    Well basically I’d love this book so I can start making some sense to guys instead of tripping all over my tongue or hoping they can read my mind !

  1407. Connie Says:

    I would very interested to receive a copy of your new book. Thank you for the opportunity to earn one… It sounds like your book has the information I need to learn… that is to take the sleepy relationship I’m currently in…and kick into high gear! We hit it off sexually but no deep conversations. I adore him but I get mentally flustered when I’m around him. I just don’t know what to talk about. There are plenty of topics we have in common, but I’m afraid to sound boring or worse yet stupid. I love to laugh and be myself around men, but this guy…I don’t want to lose him because I’m coming across dull.

  1408. Mandy Says:

    Desperate and dateless. HELP PLEASE. This is the very reason why I have subscribed to you newsletter. I really need your help.PLEEEEASE.

  1409. andy Says:

    I would love this book because I feel it could give me some resources to put into action and improve my life !!!

  1410. Angela Says:

    Attractive, confident, gracious and stands out in a room full of people. With your book, this woman will be able to create a magic connection with one thing she has not mastered. Conversation chemistry will give me the tools to be the one to talk to and to be with, rather than only be the one to look at.
    Please pick me.

  1411. Ignatius Dongmai Says:

    Hi,
    I am a guy who like to be friendly with anybody I get involve with, whether it be on business, social or leisure occussions. I don’t find it hard with talking to men on any subject but when it comes to ladies I always try to be careful on what I say. I know that women can change their moods on issues they hear at any time and thus it makes me think on what I say every time I talk to a woman. If only I can have a copy of the converstion chemistry book that I will know what to do or say. Please give me a free copy

  1412. tina Says:

    I am always looking at ways were i can improve my communication with guys and people in general i feel you offer alot of great advice when it comes to attracting and meeting and just opening conversation with guys i would really appreciate a copy of you ebook i am a very warm loving person and get alot of interest although its the intial conversation and alittle shyness so any helpful tip or advice would be fantastic

    warm regards’
    tinaxx

  1413. Stacy Says:

    I could really use a copy of this book…especially if there’s a chapter for removing the feet that you’ve already put in your mouth!

  1414. Kitty Bailey Says:

    What a perfect opportunity for me at this time in my life. After 33 years of being married and 10 plus years of being on my own, I find my “inner voice” has taken over my life. Therefore when I find myself in conversation with the oppisite sex my ability to be in the conversation is blocked by my constant chatty companion with thoughts of saying or doing the wrong thing. When I do want to say something the words are just not there. If I was one of the fortunate winners of your book “Conversation Chemistry” I would have a tool to study and gain the knowledge in my thoughts to replace all the negative conversations I have been having with myself in the past. Leaving only space for listening and knowing what to say to the oppisite sex and not feel like I am unworthy of having a man want to engage in conversation with me. Thank you for all the possitive and helpful things you write about.

  1415. babygal c Says:

    hi,i would like to win the book because i have been having trouble in the communication sector and it has cost me a lot.right now i am in a relationship which might go wrong because of the same.i believe it will boost up my self confidence and will make me a better and much happier person.will appreciate it.take care of ur sewwt selves and thanx 4 everything

  1416. Cindi Says:

    Being a more shy and reserved person, I am always looking for ways to improve myself, especially when it comes to working with people. I love people and I love getting to know them and hearing their story. I also work with people in my profession and I am always looking for ways to be a better listener, a better conversationalist, a more loving and kind person towards them, making sure they know I care. This book sounds like it would really enlarge my borders, so to speak, so I can be excellent in my dealings with all people. My mission is to love others and what better way then by doing, listening, and by conversation. Words are so powerful and to be able to use them so others become a better person or they leave feeling so good would be wonderful! Gifts are to be used and shared. Thank you.

  1417. Sandy Says:

    I’ve been excessively shy my whole life (but this has quite improved thanks to your precious advices) and I’m a real catastrophy when it comes to speaking. Even in my own language, French, I just always fear running out of things to say or being uninteresting. Recently, my boyfriend fingered and kissed two girls on a night out when I was only a few feet away. I am really depressed Mimi . I really really need this book. I want to become a better person, please help me.
    Thank you.

  1418. Harry Says:

    My wife got involved with a someone else and her reason was the her most important need is conversation which she felt she was getting from this person. Ever since I have been trying to have conversation with here with little success. I must be very bad at conversation and would love to have this book in order to save my marriage.

  1419. Dawn Hamilton Says:

    I would like to enter the “C.C” contest because I am intensely interested in how the human brain functions and reacts, and ESPECIALLY the difference between the male and female brain. I am a firm believer that the gender differences and the past behaviour of enviornmental or inherited make the interactive process either contributory or catastrophic. Once we are open and in tune with what is REALLY happening inside our skulls by researching this, then I believe we can alter the experience through the art of conversation that is appealing to what we have already allowed ourselves to learn FIRST. Men and Women do think and behave differently, for a variety of reasons and cultures, however, in order to gain insight and want another “date” to converse, we have to be well learned and introspective of the fact of how we are physiologically “made up”, and also be compassionate and human enough to understand how the different parts of the brain react to the ‘outside’ elements. This gives us the ‘oneness in spirit” and soulful longing to connect to that other person once again………..or not.

  1420. Arlyn Says:

    I met a professional, good looking guy. I want to know more to improve good communication so he will not be bored when he’s with me and he will treasure the moments that we’re together.

  1421. Divya Says:

    I want this book not for me but as a gift to this friend of mine who is a bit shy but an amazing person inside, I know this because I’ve known her for four years, she is beautiful, sweet, kind but not very communicative.

    She’s has recently broken up from a 3 yr long relationship, and she stammers when nervous. I want her to feel confident of herself again atleast be able to communicate herself fully and well whenever she is on a date.
    She is a level-headed woman and I adore her for this, so this book I think will perfect the one thing in her which she lacks and that is knowing how to say what and when while on a date. This is why I believe your book is the best gift she can ever get on her 24th birthday.

    Love and cheers!
    Divya

  1422. Theodore Winton Neely Says:

    I believed that I should be given one othese free copies because I am already in a marriage and I need to know how to communicate with my spouse effectivity so that she will feeled very special and conected to me.

  1423. minoo Says:

    this is about one year which iam reading your courses ,you helped me and in fact you were as a lifesaver to me so that ,i found myself again ,your writes gave me confidence and encourage to be a woman again ,now i need this book to be able to go in society more and more, i gave your site address to my best friends too

    with love

  1424. minoo Says:

    this is about one year which iam reading your courses ,you helped me and in fact you were as a lifesaver to me so that ,i found myself again ,your writes gave me confidence and courage to be a woman again ,now i need this book to be able to go in society more and more, i gave your site address to my best friends too

    with love

  1425. debra Says:

    I am very good at conversation in general.
    But after a very mentally abusive childhood, despite years of therapy, I still find myself going to pieces after a few dates with a new man.
    I have a very strong personality and at first am fine. But then I lose my confidence and become timid, withdrawn and incredibly self conscious. They must wonder what on earth is wrong with me.
    Kind regards
    Debra

  1426. George Kwasi Asirifi Says:

    Hi there,
    I really and sincerely look forward to the acquisition of your amazing book,’Conversation Chemistry” because it will surely go a long way to help me improve highly upon my inner game and my conversation skills with the opposite sex.

    Being a lifelong student of life and coming from our part of the world called Africa,I believe “Conversation Chemistry” will help me also in my communication with top business gurus thus establishing the necessary rapport with them…

    I have the firm conviction that this book and the immense knowledge I would acquire from it will enable me share most of the essential and practical topics in it to my fellow folks here in Africa.I think the important but neglected area of life called dating and relationships are not taught in our schools ,thus the book CONVERSATION CHEMISTRY will surely do that to assist me(and other guys out there)to know what to say to women anywhere and at anytime.

  1427. Nancy Says:

    I have worked long & very hard at coming out of my shell after an abusive relationship I was in 4 & 1/2 years ago.I need to learn the art of conversation, I get so tongue tied around men in general that all I end up doing is feeling like a blithering idiot when I talk to them. I REALLY NEED this book.

  1428. Ronaldo Says:

    Hi,
    I would love a chance to win “Conversation Chemistry”. I am 28 yrs old and already I have been in and out of relationships approximately 50 times! And I get the same answer from every single one of them that I simply do not know how to converse! I do think that this needs to change IMMEDIATELY because im desprete to find that special someone in my life…Please help me put an end to my lonely nights.

    Desprate,
    Ronaldo.

  1429. ricardo Says:

    please mia please amy help to get this book i really need help with becoming a better conversationalist, i am 22 year old good looking, tall,built, college student but i cant get one girl to keep interested in me they totallyliked when we just met but after talking to me their interest drops to the point they ignore me when i see them again. please help me with this one i know you are great writters and that this book is gonna be amazing but i cant afford it

    mia dont let me die virgin

    sincerely wish you the best from colombia
    ricardo

  1430. Terri Says:

    Please enter me into the contest for your free new book. I’m a single, self employed mom, whose oldest is in college and just recently adopted my 3 adorable, precious, active foster children of many years. Didn’t plan on signing up for a second tour of “active” duty… but God allowed and He will bless and provide. The challenge is time and opportunities are at a premium and making the most of any God given opportunities is my responsibility. Plus, the more I learn about treating myself with the respect I deserve as a child of God, a royal Princess, waiting patiently for her Prince, the more of a legagcy I can leave to my lil’ princes and princesses to wait and expect their perfect soul mate, and instill in them their precius worth, that they deserve to be treated with respect, integrity and honor. Abundant blessings and success to you in your endevours.

  1431. Kim Says:

    After many years in a long term relationship which commenced with the steamiest seduction, soon fell by the way side. Obviously something was going wrong. A now failed relationship which needed help way before it ended proves to me that I am in definate need of coaching.

    With thanks in advance for providing such an opportunity as I am now ready to explore and use the power of conversation after almost two years of struggling to unleash what I once had. With your assistance by being fortunate enough to win a copy of “Conversation Chemistry”, I would be eternally grateful and so would my heart. I know if you assisted in providing me such a formula to guide me toward creating a powerful yet alluring chemistry - there would be no stopping me, not to mention rediscovering the smile I once knew!

  1432. rohan Says:

    hey i relly want to speak cool!and smooth !

  1433. Lori Says:

    Hi… I have been working on becoming an open and honest woman.. but i find sometimes i am too open and honest and the things i say come back to hurt me. and then, i stop sharing. I am trying to find the balance of conversation with my boyfriend. I want to be interesting without annoying! lol … I know i need some guidelines!

  1434. RadRad Says:

    I’m a handsome, tall, 23 year old virgin. There’s something seriously wrong here…

    -RadRad

  1435. Piyali Says:

    If I’m lucky enough 2 get a free copy …? I’ll FEEL GREAT!! I am overjoyed..really!

  1436. Leo Says:

    I have been communicating with a former teacher of mine over year. However she is not certain or convinced that I will be able to connect and understand her and ultimately confined in me. therefore our communication is very orientated and inconsistent in its nature. I think my communication skills with women are not effective and relatable, so i think Iam a good condidate to pass your well devised and insightful book to, because it will benefit and reconstruct my communication with women and rescue my year investment in this women!

    Thank you for willing to share your knowledge for a humble request.

    Leon

  1437. David Says:

    I desire a copy of Conversation Chemistry because I believe conversation and how with communicate with one another is the overall general key to success in practically any situation. Conversation is how we express ourselves, and becoming a better conversationalist with improve anyone’s life for the better.
    It will provide confidence, motivation, and will improve a person’s overall well being by not fearing social interactions. Social interactions is essential to people and the better you become at expressing yourself through conversation, the better person you will be.

    I want to improve the overall quality of my life and I wholeheartedly think that becoming a cunning linguist or conversationalist, will help every aspect in my life. It will allow myself to better express my thoughts to attract women, aid me in pursing a career and making an impression and anything else in between that involves a simple conversation partaking between two human beings. It’s not just limited to spark attraction in the opposite sex, conversation is something we do every single day of our lives and becoming better at something we do naturally day to day, will make a person’s life that much richer.

  1438. Trudi Says:

    This sounds like a real sweet opportunity. I have enjoyed receiving the helpful information in prior e-mails. Life is too short not to have an awareness of practicing quality dating and relationships. At this point in my life almost fifty, I believe learning new things can only improve oneself and also be fun along the way. I am open to change. Respectfully waiting to learn about “Conversation Chemistry.”

  1439. Grace Says:

    I have been told I have an unapproacable look, which I know is due to my shyness, it is certainly not intentional. Also friends have been told my men that I am out of their league, also so not true. I am out of my comfort zone when in a crowd and don’t know how to approach anyone. Met this great guy a few times, can strike up a 2min conversation but even though the eye contact is there all evening with both, I panic and starting to feel that maybe I do have an unapproachable look.

    I want to learn how to build my confidence and be able to approach men.

    Thank you

  1440. DD Says:

    This has been a problem for me most of my life. I come from a family that was quiet as a whole. My personality is blue/green. My sign is Cancer, so as you can see I am quiet and like to live in a shell most of the time.

    I was married for over 20 years. I am currently divorced for almost 3 years. I have been dating someone for quite sometime and I run into the problem of running out of anything to say. When we are together my minds races trying to think of something to say. It makes me totally uncomfortable and I am sure not very exciting to be with, then I get so nervous at times when I do talk, I stumble over my words, then that makes me more nervous.

    Before something really negative happens to the relationship, I would really appreciate help and growth in this area.

    Thank you for taking time to help those of us that do not have the outgoing personalities that some do. I find myself wishing that I could be in “their world” most of the time.

  1441. Joyce Says:

    I would love to win this book, I’ve been divorced a few years now and jumping back into the dating pool has been very hard. I don’t have problems relating and conversing with people in every other area of my life, except when it comes to men and dating. When I go on a date all of a sudden I’m speechless for some reason and start tripping over my words. I make & keep friends easily, but when men try and move past the friendship level, I don’t know how to keep the conversation going because I become shy.

  1442. Sky Says:

    Hi Mimi,
    There is a guy I am so interested in, but we’re both really shy, I’m 30, he’s 31. we are in college together, and we always talk, but I find we run out of things to say, being we’ve been in college together almost 2 years. We are graduating this semester and I’m afraid I’ll never see him again. I really need this book to help me and being that I’m schooling and working full time, my funds are low. I hope I would win, I know it’s a long shot but i will be endlessly thankful. Thanks,
    Sincerely,
    Sky

  1443. Mark Says:

    Nothing fancy to persuade you from me. I have been involved in public speaking for several years. I am always seeking better ways to communicate with others. I know that most are plying (pursuing) a copy for the specific benefit of improving their dating/relationship part of their lives, but I would use this valuable info to pursue richer, and more dynamic techniques of connecting with people on every level (verbally, emotionally, intellectually, physically, and spiritually). How else does one hope to effectually change/improve their lives and the lives of others in their worlds??? Effectual coversation is the ‘bridge’ that connects two (or more) people to bring them together…I want to get better at it every day and in every way…

  1444. Aidee Says:

    I hope to win this book.
    Thank you,
    Elizabeth

  1445. Mel Says:

    Mia,

    Many high school and college students come to me for help with their relationships and I need the best tool that will help them develop the best relationship and perhaps find the right person. I don’t want them to settle for less when they can have the best if they knew the most effective way to talk with the opposite sex. Can you help me?

    Desperate to help… Mel

  1446. Beverly Says:

    I have been divorced twice. One marriage lasted 5 years, the other 12. I also have many dating/relationship disaster stories that I won’t share at this time. For my whole life I have been thinking that I have been attracting/marrying the wrong kind of man. Until I read Christian’s ebook. From there I came across Mimi’s name and purchased her ebooks. Then I purchased Bob’s ebooks. I can’t believe that I have been so wrong about myself for so many years. My problems with men were actually my problems with me. I have always been very independent. All the men I have been with have commented on this. I thought it was a compliment. Now I know they were just pointing out to me that I didn’t need them. I am actually happy with me, but I would like to share my life with someone. My problems before I think stemmed from my independence. I would call them, cook for them, take care of them, but not accept anything in return because I didn’t want to feel indebted to anyone (even my husbands). I realize now that I have been very selfish in that I refused to share me with anyone. That, along with calling a man anytime I felt like it I am sure led to the demise of my relationship(s). I need this book to continue my education in becoming a lady. One who is confident in herself, but above all has the self confidence to share her innermost self with others. Thanks to Christian, Mimi, Bob, and thanks in advance to Amy and Mia (as I am going to purchase your book regardless of the contest). I have learned so much from you already and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

  1447. Linton Says:

    The greatest challenge to our marriage is commication. So any information that can help to perfect this area. I am for it! We are for it!!

  1448. Jane Says:

    that is a bullshit

  1449. K Says:

    Hi Mia & Amy ~

    I could seriously use a copy of your new book! I am not only afraid to talk to potential romantic partners… I am often afraid to talk to my own friends. Not the really close ones. The friends that are more peripheral. I get to an event, say hi and smile at everyone, and then stand there continuously smiling but not having a clue what to say or how to start an interesting conversation. I’ve also been known to hide in the bathroom for long periods of time “fixing my make-up” or something. Just trying to disappear generally.

    Now, this part may (or may not) surprise you…. I’m also an actress and generally considered to be quite attractive. I’m also very fit and know how to dress. I just can’t talk. I know, weird. I’m completely frozen when it comes to opening my mouth in social situations. I’m sure talking to people has nothing to do with the way you look. I have friends that come in all shapes and sizes and I see all kinds of different people able to light up a room and a conversation. I would like some of this mojo! This is my story. Please Help!

    xoxo,
    Kama

  1450. Jolie Angel Says:

    Hey

    I want the book for a number of reasons, mainly I NEED IT!! I have been in a number of relationships and am just braving a break up. Well, almost broken up but I definitely think we’re on the way to ending things.

    Also a free copy would be the only way I could get it because I live in Africa and we don’t earn in dollars to say the least! :)

    I hope I get a copy of this ebook.

    Thanks

  1451. Hassan Raza Says:

    hi i want to put an end to communication blunders with the opposite sex, and discover how to talk to the opposite sex (and including essential body language skills) in such a way as to create, build and maintain unstoppable attraction. it will be good to help someone being great at conversation. thanks mia and Amy Waterman for writing on the crucial subject.

  1452. Bobby Says:

    Hello Amy and Mia i think it’s GREAT that you too have collaberated to do this book, to help people elimenate the many blunders (many of which i have made lol) when it comes to showing interest in someone and creating attraction, it should be a great help to a lot of folks such as myself who have trouble with conversing with people of the opposite sex. I been dealing with social anexity everyday of my life so something like getting a girl interested in me is extemely difficult sometimes almost impossible and many times heartbreaking. I never been the a great conversationalist and very shy and can’t figure out what to say and even recall one time i was mocked by everyone tricked to going to a small party were a girl i liked had pulled a joke about my problem publicly mocking me with a spotlight on me,i’m a good actor so i walked out as if i didn’t hurt me but i still crushed me and i was still alone. I try to hide my intense nevousness when i tried to talking to women using advice i been told but to no success. I just truly hope to get rid of this always empty feeling inside. One day to be able to meet a good women be in a healthy relationship and not be a outcast anymore. Thanks for giving your time and efforts to create this book and have a very great day.

    Many Thanks,
    Bobby

  1453. Jeanne Smith Says:

    Chemistry and communication skills, that seems like a deadly weapon :). I could use one to shoot all my fears and make the best out of every ney opportunity life brings along. I am eager to learn and share the knowledge that comes from your book. I have great confidence in what you have to say, since you’ve been of great help with all your advices so far. Let’s better communicate and make the world our oyster.

  1454. Aileen Says:

    Thank goodness! Help at last. I feel like I am an articulate and accomplished lady, but when it comes to conversation with men, I get extremely quiet and shy.

    Then if I do manage to carry on a conversation, I know I ramble on too much out of nervousness and just not knowing what I am supposed to say to men.

    I have spent a lifetime trying to improve myself to overcome my early years spent without the privilege of having friends and normal childhood interactions.

    I know that this book would be one I could use to improve my relationships and one that my friends would want as well when they hear about the book and see the “new me.”

    Thanks in advance for your kindness in sharing free books.
    Aileen

  1455. Marcela Says:

    I´m 26 years old, and been dating this great guy for about 8 months. It´s a bit painful to write this but he´s my first real boyfriend, and we are having some problems talking things out.
    So I would really appreciate the help.

  1456. Sandra Says:

    I would love to read your book on conversations, because in all my relationships I always put my foot in it, and say the wrong things to men that come into my life and this seems to make them run or makes them angry or upset, when I am only trying to get my point across and they cannot seem to see where I’m coming from, even though I talk to them calmly and stay in control. Sometimes a small issue will arise and what seems quite trivial to me, is blown out of proportion by my partner and it becomes a major issue. I need to know what I’m doing wrong here. I need help - please.

  1457. Tania Adib Says:

    Hi everyone,
    I think knowing what and how to talk with people around, is one of the most important skills needed in today’s life. Dropping the right comment at the right moment may sometimes act stronger than months or even years of hard work to get a job promotion or building a wonderful relationship. A lot of times, misunderstandings happen while both of the parties are on the same page.
    I’ll recommend this book to all my friends. No matter how good some of them might be in relationships, there are still more and more things to learn. The key to success and happiness is constant improvement, so thanks to Mia and Amy for helping us.
    Best of regards, and peace to all
    Tania

  1458. Sonya Says:

    HI!
    Oh my gosh! When I read about your book I can’t tell you how excited I got. I have always had trouble talking to men. I don’t know why! I have been with the same man for 24 years, 20 of them married. Now I find that at 45, I am divorced, ben a stay at home mom most of my life, so meeting and having to talk to men, has not ben too much of a problem in my life until now. I am so afraid, they too will find me so boring, and I can only talk about so mayn things, then I feel like I should start doing hand stands and turning my eyelids out (a trick my son showed me), just to continue the conversation. So, yes, I would love a copy of your book, and I am so proud a woman wrote a book about conversation. I wish you all the best and success!!
    Thank you!
    Sonya

  1459. Linda Says:

    I have been in therapy for over 10 years, intensively for the past five,due to the harsh verbal and emotional abuse I was subjected to as a child. I had a string a really bad relationships over these past several years which reflected my upbringing. I am definitely making progress in therapy, and am starting to date again. My therapist notices that I do lots of “reality checks” with her, and in role-playing, I often do not know how to keep a conversation going, or I do not read what she says as an invitation to converse, etc. I have read the preview for this book and think that it is something that would really help me with this. Thank you!

  1460. gina Says:

    I would like the book because Ive never been able to talk to people, Im in awe of people that can carry on a good conversation, I dont know what happens, I just freeze up.. help

  1461. Darlene Says:

    My husband and I thought we were understanding and listening to each other. We make the effort but as I am now learning it’s not working because we are constantly misunderstanding each other. We have the love, passion, and commitment to each other now we just need to learn how to communicate better. I think this book will help us learn the art of communication. Help us make our marriage wonderful by teaching us how to better communicate with your book.

    Thanks so much,
    Mike & Darlene

  1462. LO Says:

    I can’t even think of anything to say right now even though I really want to win the book.

  1463. Debbi Says:

    Funny, I’m usually very at talking to MOST people. I’m more concerned that I may be saying TOO much! There ARE the occasional moments where I’m left thinking, “Whoa! This is awkward for me. What do I say now?” Generally those are times when I think I’m being asked for information that I’m not sure will be in my best interest to share. Sometimes it’s just a moment of hearing something sad and not knowing what to say. The worst, though, is when i don’t say anything about things I SHOULD be talking about. Things that bug me! It’s all about keeping the peace for me. How do you tell someone you hate the way they talk about things or others? I just want to yell, “Get some karma!”

  1464. Clifta Says:

    I would love to have a copy of your book as I am terribly shy and tend to clam up in social situations. It’s so frustrating when I’d like to connect with someone and I literally can’t think of anything to say.

  1465. Nat Says:

    Hi,

    My name’s Natalie, and I really need a copy of ‘Conversation Chemistry’!

    I’m 18 years old, and have never yet had a relationship (and I don’t just mean a ’serious’ relationship - I mean ANY relationship). I’ve never been kissed, never even been asked out. I’m too shy to make a move on any guys I like, mostly because I don’t know how to talk to them. I fear the inevitable awkward silences followed by saying something embarrassing or stupid, just to break the silence.
    For years now, I’ve been watching my friends with their partners, and wondering why not me?
    As a dancer, singer and all round performer, people just can’t understand my painful shyness around people that I’m not close to - and neither can I!
    I really need some help with my conversation techniques…I’m beginning to think that there’s something seriously wrong with me!

  1466. Sheryl Says:

    I’m great at talking with kids, but when it comes to talking to peers I always wonder how people find things to talk about. Small talk always feels awkward, so I want to dive into deeper conversation, but I’m fairly sure it’s not what most people feel comfortable with . . . so I usually just don’t say anything. Please help!

  1467. Andres Says:

    you are the best, simply.

  1468. anne Says:

    I am on a wing and a prayer here, especially after reading a few other readers comments and it took me so long to get to the bottom of the page so here goes I dont know you from Adam but I could certainly do with a lot of help as I was married for 35 years have never been with another man had quite a few boyfriends in my much younger days but never anyone serious so i am way out of touch how to know anything about men it would be very much appreciated to get some HELP IF NOT BEST WISHES TO YOU ANYWAY aNNE TRYING SO HARD TO GET THERE X

  1469. Mindy Says:

    When I meet him I feel an instant attraction that usually ends with a brief interaction. With your tips I now am now a major at flirting BUT when I open my mouth my brain keeps deserting.
    I know I am worthy of the right mens attention but my mouth let me down too many times to mention. Im not into being negative or self flaggulation but just need a little help with the male conversation.

    LOVE YOUR EMAILS

    XX Mind

  1470. Shar Says:

    Do you know when you’re talking to a man and there’s dead silence between the two of you and neither one of you know what to say? I have than affliction and would LOVE to find out ways to fill that “void” and make it easier for us to talk - open up the bridge to more conversation. Help!

  1471. Kelly Says:

    I want my husband to WANT to talk to me! I don’t want our lives centered around the television any more, but around each other. Please help!

  1472. Sheree Says:

    Hi,
    I would love a chance to get a copy of your book.
    I have just found myself once again single with two children and unemployed i seem to go around and around in full circles with my life and just want peace and stability for all of us i find i just dont know how to communicate properly on all fronts and tend to find myself in dead end situations with all the wrong people i would like to be able to communicate and be confident in all areas of my life so if this book can help me i would love the chance to get a copy.
    thanking you
    Sheree

  1473. Peony Liang Says:

    Dear MIA & Amy,

    I am writing from Singapore.

    I have failed 2 marriages miserably in my life. I have loved both men dearly. However, due to unforessen reasons or our miscommunications, the marriages fall apart and I was hurt and heartbroke eventually.

    I strongly believe that true love do exist in this world and it’s for me to find, though I am already 42 years old. For 2 years, I have struggled to find back my confidence and be the bright and cheerful self again, but it definitely takes lots of effort and support from friends and family. I have been hoping to find a sincere and loving partner who accepts my past and love me for who I am. I have joined few online match websites, but most men whom I have met are divorcees and they are not comfortable to commit to another relationship again. Most of them are either looking for a playmate or part time lovers only.

    I believe it could be due to my communication with those men or my past experiences that reflected a certain message to them. I am not out to seduce them!

    I sincerely hope that this book would be able to help me communicate with the right kind of men and able to find back my confidence and lead a better and happier life!

    Best regards,
    Peony

  1474. Paul Says:

    I have what you could call the social yips. Whenever I’m one on one with a woman I lock up and make awkward situations more awkward. Take for instance earlier this week. I live in a big apartment complex and I was moving a new mattress in. This young attractive girl held the door open for me and said “I’ll let you in, that doesn’t look like the bed of a rapist.” What I should have said was nothing. What I did say was “You’d be surprised.” Help Me.

  1475. frances alvarez Says:

    hi amy and mia!

    i truly believe that communication is the bloodline of all relationships… and thus, the quality of each and every relationship we’ve had, have now, or ever will depends on the quality and kind of communication we share with the people in our lives. our conversations with people from day to day play a HUGE part in the communication process, especially with the opposite sex! if we want to attract them, this is where things get a teeny bit more complicated. we want them to feel that “connection” or “chemistry” with us. the big question is HOW? this ebook you have conceptualized is exactly what i am looking for. i am a person savors every detail in my interactions with men so i can get the most out of the experience and hope to become better at this conversing with them and becoming more connected with them in the process, but i can feel that i still need seasoned advice like yours. if i win a copy of your book, i know that i’ll find what i have long been looking for. i’ll be the happiest, most enlightened woman in the dating world!

  1476. Ritesh Tribhuvan Says:

    I want to have this copy which will help in my job in confronting with my lady colleagues and others concerned.

  1477. PC Says:

    I am 28 year old woman who has been single most of her life. I am a shy and quiet and have problems trying to connect to guys when I first meet them. I would love to know what else to say besides the usual where are you from and what do you do. I believe that if Conversation Chemistry can help me talk to guys it will also help me talk to a range of other people. I would love to be able to put someone else at ease and be able to say something uplifting to someone feeling down.