“In terms of love and relationships, Andrea Syrtash has “been there” and “done that” and has mastered the dating game; in part by throwing away the rules and proving it’s not a game at all, but rather a journey that needs to be undertaken with exuberance, honesty and an appetite for the unexpected. Her voice is fresh, funny and relatable and the advice in He’s Just Not Your Type is spot-on. I’ve already given my copy to my single cousin!” —Ian Kerner, bestselling author of She Comes First and Be Honest, You’re Not That Into Him Either
“Andrea Syrtash offers some of the most practical approaches to dating that I’ve ever seen. She takes the guess work out of it and teaches you how to lead with your heart. When I read her advice, “Date the person not the potential” it made me smile. Get her book today….and you’ll be smiling too!” —Lisa Nichols, bestselling author of No Matter What and featured teacher in The Secret
“As someone who married her nontype, I can confidently say that Andrea nailed the process of how to mindfully date men who recognize and encourage you to be the best version of yourself – and never (okay, rarely) look back on the chumps who came before.” —Kristina Grish, author of The Joy of Text and Boy Vey!
“Written from a place of deep caring and experience, Syrtash points out that what we think we want, and what’s really good for us are often two different things. If this wise book doesn’t jolt you out of your old, broken dating patterns, nothing else will.” —Evan Marc Katz, dating coach and author of Why You’re Still Single: Things Your Friends Would Tell You If You Promised Not to Get Mad
“Confused by your “bad luck”in dating? Then you’re lucky to have found this book! Syrtash explains in a fun and entertaining way how you developed your dating patterns – then inspires you to think differently – snagging you different (and happier!) dating results!” —Karen Salmansohn, author Prince Harming Syndrome
“Finally, real love lessons for single women without any “rules”! Kudos to Andrea for teaching us right from wrong and how not to settle for Mr. Maybe.” —Sherri Langburt, Founder, SingleEdition.com