Whether you’re convinced all the good guys are taken, sick of kissing frogs, or simply feeling cursed by Cupid, MENu Dating will realistically teach you how to reprogram your outlook on dating to find your “main course,” while filling your calendar (and plate) with loads of intriguing and worthwhile men.
MENu Dating includes innovative strategies for:
- Cleansing your palette by throwing out your stale dating philosophies and flirting phobias
- Adopting a laidback, positive attitude of someone who knows there’s no such thing as a bad date— just a veritable tapas bar of flavorful experiences and lessons
- Collecting and taste testing tons of different man candidates (mandidates!)…even the ones you thought you’d never date
- Sexcapading, booty calling and practicing the art of the one-night stand (and yes, every girl should have one in her lifetime)
- Avoiding the pitfalls and pratfalls of the dating playground!
- Unearthing what you truly want and need in a relationship and discovering that you never need to settle
MENu Dating will show you how dating a rotating roster of different guys without a fixation on settling down is actually the secret to finding the relationship you deserve. You’ll discern your wants from your needs, your nice-to-haves from your dealbreakers…not to mention, have some seriously delicious fun along the way to meeting your “main course” man.
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Here’s what a few readers think of MENu Dating:
“A fun and frisky new dating guide book that urges young women to not look for the “one” or be pressured into finding a boyfriend. Instead the book urges women to enjoy themselves and date as often and as many men are possible. The book endorses the belief that there are no bad dates but are merely life experiences that help you figure out exactly who you are and what you want. A refreshing change after being assured for years that what you really want is a boyfriend or to get married and what you really need to do is attract a man. The writer’s style is fun and youthful and the personal stories really encourage the readers to take the menudating mantra to heart!” – Dianne
“A quick, easy and insightful read that I will reference through my dating experiences. A good choice to give to the girls who need some motivation! Get out there! Definitely a keeper!” – Anonymous
“Great book for encouraging a healthy and open-minded viewpoint on dating. Coopersmith offers actionable suggestions and shares great anecdotes. I’m going out tomorrow to say hi to at least two random men!” – Dating Maven
“Being a single 25 year old girl in the city, I would say this book gives a very accurate description on what it’s like to date. Tristan not only delivers wonderful advice, but she does it in such a humorous way, that you don’t want to put the book down. It allows you to embrace your feminine side — if you want to jump on a guy, go for it and have no regrets! Unlike other dating books, it gives a modern perspective on “the rules” (a girl can and should call a guy!). I am buying this book for all of my single friends!” – Alexis
“Reading this book is truly inspiring for a person like me who’s not into dating. I appreciate the author’s advice about using dating as a tool to learn about yourself. Sometimes we think we know all there is to know of ourselves but we become quite surprised when we stumble upon the things we learn through others. It was also great for Tristan to share some of her personal stories as it certainly made me feel as though I’m not the only one who has stumbled along the dating road. Through use of her tips and some of the Boy’s eye views I don’t look at dating as an act of masochism.” – Kimberly
“My girlfriends and I have been waiting for this book! I actually bought one copy for each of my single girlfriends! This book made me feel empowered and and excited to start the day and actually look around me at all the “tasters” that are out there… no more waiting for prince charming to knock down my door!” – Tyra
“This is the first dating book I have read in a long time. To be honest, at first I was hesitant, but a couple of girlfriends recommended so I got it and I do not regret it. The authors have a really light, friendly, and sometimes really funny too, writing style which makes the great advice really digestible (not overly preachy like other books). The book is filled with inspiring thoughts and stories and makes me want to approach dating on my terms, not on a guys which is a really refreshing take.” – Christina
Here’s what the media thinks of MENu Dating:
“MENu Dating is great and inspiring–it’s refreshing to have a dating book that concentrates on what women should do for themselves as much as what they should do for men.” – Glamour
“MENu Dating is a must-read for singles. It’s a wonderful reminder that the road to happily ever after can be an adventure — especially when you’re willing to step outside of your comfort zone and do some taste testing along the way.” – Single Gal in the City
“For those of you who are looking for a relationship (guys, this means you, too), I think this is a great idea! Look at life—and dating—as one big buffet,” Amy Spencer, Author of Meeting your Half Orange
“Tristan Coopersmith’s book (and attitude) is deeply insightful and incredibly upbeat. This dating how-to is filled with great strategies to turn your dating life from something you dread and loath into the fun, exciting, interesting process it can be. Bravo, Tristan! MENu Dating is a must read for all the singles out there who are looking for a way to enjoy the journey to love.” -Dating Inspiration Online