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Originally Posted By: Holyheart
Glad you are on the recovery path. Is there a "No More Mrs. Nice Guy" version? I usually write up my niceness to being the "middle child" -- the pleaser.


HH, try "Too Nice for your Own Good," by Duke Robinson. It seems very "inclusive" and got good reviews on Amazon. I got it for my husband--who has niceness issues and he likes it.

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Most books on 'Co-dependancy' are written with women in mind. NMMNG is basically the ONLY book, that I have seen, which directly addresses this issue (or most similar to what is termed Nice Guy syndrome) in MEN.

I would encourage you to read about Co-dependancy and see if this rings true with you.

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Thanks for the book tip, I needed something like that. Is the X completely out of the picture now?

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The last time I spoke with her was the last marriage counseling session we had in March. She told me she wanted a divorce via email.

She is so far gone... I have no idea where to forward her mail. It goes in the trash.

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