The Language of Desire Book
20 February 2016
Not exactly... The Language of Desire is not a physical book. It's an entire virtual platform (sort of an interactive eBook) where you log-in and have access to all the content within. After joining, you can download it in PDF (readable) format or even listen to it in MP3 audio.
NOTE: For the final, up-to-date and definitive review of The Language of Desire (Felicity Keith) click here. If you ARE interested in the program, that's the single most complete and genuine analysis you're gonna be able to find. I promise.
There are tons of cool modules, sections with their own comments, videos, and so on... it's well programmed and organized. Even old people could read or watch this information and get a clear picture... so you get the idea: It's nice going trough it, and it's meant that way.
The key goal with the whole system is to get into the psyche of the man you love and drive him to feel genuinely -and intensely- attracted to you. Or at least when that's at least possible.
Why isn't there physical deliverability? Because that would increase the total cost (producing it plus shipping it) and because it's simply a dynamic, online book... You get some great customer support in any case, so rest assured. If you lost your log-in data, had issues with your computer or mobile, etc... you can always recover everything by downloading it again, and that's an advantage to it being virtual.
If you are thinking about getting the program, I'll let you know about some basic must-have data, and show you below some examples of good alternatives.
About the cost, there is a one-time initial fee that's lower than 50 bucks. Apart from that, you'll probably be offered some extra online eBooks that are very much related to Language of Desire, but they are just optional. As you probably know, requesting your money back is always a possibility if you don't like the contents.
If you are curious about the makers... it's Digital Romance, one of the best and most genuine publishers in the industry. They have an official site, blog, social media... just search for them, these people have saved more romances than you and I probably will.
If you were looking for physical books to read that were similar to this program, I'll recommend these awesome bunch (they are not all about dating!):Hold Me Tight: 7 Conversations for a Lifetime of Love
Very well rated... has ton of positive reviews from couples that benefited. It talks in part about how our minds panic in front of unjustified, redundant hazards to our relationships.The Highly Sensitive Person in Love: Understanding & Managing Relationships When the World Overwhelms You
For some people, many in fact, it's incredibly difficult to let go. The sad thing is, that's an extremely useful ability to have in life. Great book on that idea.The 5 Love Languages: Secret to Love That Lasts
How every love is different, and how there is a language -or a flow- for each personality that you come across in life. Funny to see how some couples that seemed not to have any future together end up with a whole life under the same roof because the right spark was there.The Science of Happily Ever After: What Really Matters in the Quest for Enduring Love
Very interesting one. Based on some heavily done research and expertise. How exactly do we pick our potential partners? Seems simple, but the reasons why you may feel attracted to person A but not person B are actually interesting as heck.Eat, Pray, Love
Surely films have been inspired by this title. The journey of a divorced woman and her travels around exotic countries. The ups and downs, the emotions, the feelings after a break-up. If you're a strong woman, you cannot dislike this one.Him, Her, Him Again, The End of Him
Nice title huh! Very enlightening... how a woman chased someone for a bunch of years only to end up learning how not to make that mistake again and be able to get out early if it doesn't feel right (the way it SHOULD feel).The Invisible Gorilla and Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us
The last one is not aimed at being happy with your partner, but could radically change the way you see things. Your own ego constantly keeps you away from seeing reality as it is, and that includes emotions. In the end, you can have a big gorilla in the background of a movie and not notice it. This teaches you to improve “that” kind of perception, which surely will make for better love stories.