WHY YOU SHOULD DATE EMOTIONALLY UNAVAILABLE MEN

Use Your Unhealthy Relationships to Transform Your Love Life

Your past is your superpower. Instead of feeling depressed, trapped, or lost in your past, leverage it to free you. Only then will you find real, lasting love from someone who truly is worthy of your heart.

Gain Inner
Confidence
Lose The Baggage
Of Your Past
Find the Happiness
You Truly Desire
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“This book got very personal, in the best way possible.

The whole time I kept thinking, is she talking about me?! And I’m sure I’m not the only reader who felt this way because the author sheds light—a very, very bright light—onto real issues that so many women struggle with. But what really sets this book apart from other dating and self-help reads is the author’s talent in taking nebulous struggles and assigning a label to them…”

— Amy Anisgarten

In a world where emotionally unavailable men are everywhere, it seems like they are drawn to you like a magnet. Their charm, passion, and humor cause you to fall for them right before they magically disappear.

— Was it your fault?
— Did you push him away by something you did or said?
— Or is he broken, incapable of real love and you just need to be stronger next time?

If only you could meet the right guy, then you’d be happy…

It’s time to stop playing the endless mind games with yourself about love. Love is calling you to dig in and discover how you co-create your painful relationships. So you can stop. So you can heal. So you can finally find the real love you desire.

And this is why you should Use Your Unhealthy Relationships to Awaken

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Featured Reviews

Amy Anisgarten
5/5

“This book got very personal, in the best way possible. The whole time I kept thinking, is she talking about me?! And I’m sure I’m not the only reader who felt this way because the author sheds light—a very, very bright light—onto real issues that so many women struggle with. But what really sets this book apart from other dating and self-help reads is the author’s talent in taking nebulous struggles and assigning a label to them. Being able to refer to these abstract issues by name—really catchy ones at that, like False Goddess Complex…genius!—makes an overwhelming feeling so much easier to digest. Not only did I close the book feeling many things, like acceptance, confidence and hope, but I was also able to close the chapter on unhealthy relationships that no longer serve me. Something that years of therapy couldn’t even accomplish. Thank you, Brooke!”

Brady McGowan
5/5

“Brooke has pulled back the curtain for each of her readers to give them access to her inner genius at the heart of her personal journey and learnings. Her claim that “If we accept the idea that we bear no responsibility for creating our problems, then we render ourselves powerless to change them,” is not only salient in our relationships, but she leads us to see how crucial this will be in each part of our lives and gives us the opportunity to be move toward greater transformation in all aspects of our lives.”

Lindsay Meola
5/5

“Why You Should Date Emotionally Unavailable Men” is the book every woman who has ever felt “unlucky” in love has been waiting for. Brooke’s writing is captivating and beautifully honest, as she shares her own journey of self-love and self-discovery in a way that is so relatable it almost feels as though she’s pulling from my own diary. As someone who always scoffed at people who described relationships as “hard work”, it wasn’t until I picked up this book that I realized the work to be done was on myself.”

K. Chester
5/5

“WHY YOU SHOULD DATE EMOTIONALLY UNAVAILABLE MEN: Use Your ‘Unhealthy’ Relationships To Transform Your Life” by Brooke Sprowl is one of the most insightful books I’ve read on dating and relationships in years. I encourage any female who struggles with romantic relationships to pick up a copy. This is one of the best books I’ve ever read about relationships, self-healing, and personal transformation. It will not only help you transform your romantic relationships but it will help you transform your life.”

Matt Beller
5/5

“This book goes much deeper than the superficial advice of most dating books and gets to the underlying causes of relationship struggles and how to transform them. The author’s personal stories and lessons combined with practical exercises and principles make this book truly life-changing. The book has such a great way of capturing and clarifying the experiences I’ve had in my relationships and has helped me to see ways in which I sometimes make myself unavailable and contribute to the problems I’ve had in relationships, but also offers practical ways to approach my partner to improve communication, gain more clarity about where we are stuck, and create a more intimate and peaceful connection.”

Lindsay Meola
5/5

“Why You Should Date Emotionally Unavailable Men” is the book every woman who has ever felt “unlucky” in love has been waiting for. Brooke’s writing is captivating and beautifully honest, as she shares her own journey of self-love and self-discovery in a way that is so relatable it almost feels as though she’s pulling from my own diary. As someone who always scoffed at people who described relationships as “hard work”, it wasn’t until I picked up this book that I realized the work to be done was on myself. This approach has been so empowering and has radically transformed the way I approach relationships and my own personal transformation. I’ve gained so many insights that have helped me improve my self-awareness, communication, and sense of fulfillment in life.”

A Little More About
Author Brooke Sprowl

I’ve been where you are…

When I was twenty-six, I couldn’t get a date. Now at thirty-six, I seem to get asked out almost every week—and by men I used to think were out of my league.

When I was younger, I had all sorts of rationalizations for why I had issues with men. I told myself I wasn’t attractive enough, that men in Los Angeles were shallow, and that “all the good ones were taken.”

At the time, I had no idea how I was playing into the problems I was having with men—or how much power I had to change them.

I know the pain, self-doubt, and powerlessness that stem from believing the problem is “out there”—blaming circumstances or men or the superficial qualities I lacked for the difficulties I experienced in relationships.

I transformed my life when I finally took the brave step to tear down the walls and took ownership for creating a new life, a new self, and a new way of being in relationships.

That kind of transformation is available to you too.

When I was twenty-six, I couldn’t get a date. Now at thirty-six, I seem to get asked out almost every week—and by men I used to think were out of my league.

When I was younger, I had all sorts of rationalizations for why I had issues with men. I told myself I wasn’t attractive enough, that men in Los Angeles were shallow, and that “all the good ones were taken.”

At the time, I had no idea how I was playing into the problems I was having with men—or how much power I had to change them.

I know the pain, self-doubt, and powerlessness that stem from believing the problem is “out there”—blaming circumstances or men or the superficial qualities I lacked for the difficulties I experienced in relationships.

I transformed my life when I finally took the brave step to tear down the walls and took ownership for creating a new life, a new self, and a new way of being in relationships.

Unhealthy relationships are symptoms that guide us to
what needs to be healed within.

Only then can you learn the lessons unavailable men are in your life to teach you. And when that happens, not only will you notice their vampire-warning signs early on, but you won’t falsely loop yourself into their energy. Your higher good will lead you to other men and that magnetic pull will be broken once and for all.

That is the value of dating emotionally unavailable men. It will free you to get your life back. And nothing is more powerful than that.

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Unavailable: Use Your Unhealthy Relationships to Awaken

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