Revise the relationship you want – does it work?
Have the Relationship You Want is a relatively new book that seems to be getting a lot of buzz on the internet. It is written by author Rori Raye, and was created for and is marketed to women.
The guide promises to provide women with the knowledge and techniques to mold and shape their relationship the way they want, for the benefit of their partner and themselves. If the guide delivered on that promise, it would probably be worth it for women who want to have a better relationship than the one they had, but any author can make outlandish claims about her book. In this review, I will tell you what my research found and whether or not the product works as claimed.
To begin with, it is important that you know exactly what the book contains. The guide has over 150 pages. As promised, it tackles some of the most pressing issues for women, like pointing out some very common mistakes that almost all women tend to make in relationships that end up ruining them bit by bit and pushing true love away. It also contains some rather interesting techniques for dealing with negative thoughts and emotions in a relationship, as well as a breakdown of what men really want and what keeps them away.
I could go on and on about what’s inside the book, but it’s all covered elsewhere, so let’s talk about whether or not I found the book that works.
Now, I’ll tell you right now that I’m a man. A man who has been in very serious relationships, but is still a man nonetheless, so obviously my subjective opinion of the material is of little importance to you, the target reader. Instead, I based my final opinion on the material on the opinions of women that I researched and gathered.
I seek the opinion of the actual target audience in all my reviews for anything I am called upon to review, and because this book was so new and underground at first, feedback from those who had tried it was hard to come by. However, thanks in part to the book’s 7-day free trial, enough women have tried it now for me to form an objective opinion on its effectiveness.
I originally gave the book a “safe” rating of 3 out of 5 stars – only because I didn’t yet have enough overwhelmingly positive evidence to warrant a higher rating. However, as the review only lasted a short time, I quickly had to backtrack and swallow my words. To date, I haven’t seen a single negative complaint from an actual customer, and the feedback I’ve seen is overwhelmingly positive. Virtually every client I’ve seen on online forums or spoken to me directly about the book says it’s made a real and meaningful change in the way they manage their relationships, and many of them happier.
Many books give good advice, but it is not always practical advice that can be implemented to achieve your dreams immediately. It seems not to be the case with Have The Relationship You Want. Women report that it has helped them immensely.
I had to compliment the author and bump the rating up to 5 out of 5 stars recently (the highest possible rating).