In this 2009 TV Interview  with 2 News and KJZZ reporters Debbie Worthen and Ron Bird, Alisa Goodwin Snell outlines how men can handle rejection well (and be even more attractive because of it).

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    Alisa Goodwin Snell is a dating and relationship coach who spent 17 years as a marriage and family therapist. She’s written 7 books for singles, created numerous audios, videos, and articles, is a popular public speaker, and has been on over 100 TV and radio programs nationwide. Learn more.

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  1. When do women get to taste this rejection and appreciate how it feels? Oh, they do not want to
    be the ones to approach and risk rejection. Gee, that’s fair!

    Reply
    • Women experience rejection as well. They just experience it differently (i.e. he never asks them for their number, asks them for a date, or he just stops calling). This can be equally as painful and confusing for them. But if men and women use the techniques I recommend they can manage the process more effectively while appearing more confident and attractive. Additionally, this is a faith based program so the techniques will also help them maintain their faith in themselves, relationships, God, their future, and the opposite sex. Wishing you the best, Alisa

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