If men are from Mars, then many women are from the dark side of Venus.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
Tim Patten’s controversial book Why I Cheat: Men, Marriage, and Cheating has garnered critical acclaim on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble with straight five-star reviews on both websites. Why I Cheat is real-life couples’ stories and how they traveled down unique pathways to achieve their desired career and relationship goals. The book was published in early March this year, and has since gathered passionate responses from the MGTOW movement.
“I couldn't put the book down because the stories were incidents or feelings that I endured in my own relationships with women. Why I Cheat is poised to be a classic- Provocative, Inspiring and ultimately, Dangerous. Well-done Mr. Patten. Well done.” commented reader “800 mg. of RedPill” on Amazon.com
Another reviewer, Marcus Brown, said on Amazon.com: “The stories in this book are written in such detail, and gives clear examples of the dynamics and turning points of relationships when women become controlling, violent, deceptive and selfish. After completing the book, the reader will have a clear understanding as to how men can slowly and subtly experience stress, heartache, loss of identity and self-worth while in harmful relationships with toxic women.”
Author Tim Patten shares: “If men are from Mars, then many women are from the dark side of Venus. Men must realize that they have the potential to thrive if they can rid themselves from the shackles of self-doubt oppression and abuse.”
“I am honored with the reception the book has received. People are writing to me, telling me about how the book reflects what is happening in their actual lives, and how they have been inspired to find happiness they thought they never could have,” added Patten.
Why I Cheat: Men, Marriage, and Cheating is available in hardcover, paperback and eBook formats on Amazon.com and at Barns and Noble.