Learn from Mr Wrong and Claim Mr Right – Mr Wrong by Daniella Blechne
Do you ever feel as though you will never meet the right man? Are your relationships leaving you wondering what you’re doing wrong? Do you attract the same type of man, repeating the same negative patterns over and over again? If you find yourself thinking “Here we go again” or “I’ve been here before”, if you’re dating men who love you and leave you emotionally wounded and insecure, or if you’re wondering why you just can’t seem to get it right, I have news for you. You are simply dating the wrong men. Mr. Wrong is an insightful and witty exploration into why some women continually attract the wrong men. This powerful collection of humorous, insightful, and entertaining stories are written by women from across the world that have encountered and overcome toxic Mr. Wrong relationships. The book is designed to unite, inspire, and empower women through interactive quizzes, exercises, and meditations. Through them you can to explore, question, and challenge negative belief systems that are attracting damaging connections. It enables a positive journey of self-discovery that breaks the cycle of defeating relationships and ultimately leads to a healthy outcome. Mr. Wrong gives women the courage to turn their pain into Power and their adversities into Opportunities. It also gives space for celebrating Mr. Right by acknowledging men’s valuable relationship stories too. Do men get a bad rap? What role do women play in creating Mr. Wrong? As Einstein says, “insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Clearly see the mistakes you’ve been making, and observe yourself and your relationships with a new perspective. Discover the joy other women have known, as you claim your Mr. Right!
” Funny, Insightful Guide”
Five Star Review on Amazon by Norma D
This is a comprehensive guide to dating, relationships and love, but it is not a typical “how-to,” with the usual platitudes about how to find a successful relationship. At the very beginning of the book, Daniella Blechner talks about a journey to completion and wholeness and the focus here is on examining your dating patterns and examining how they may relate to your sense of self-worth. It uses humor, self-quizzes, anecdotes from other women as well as men to help give the reader insight into patterns of negative relationships.
This is not a book about man bashing, but a number of “types” are identified, including the parasite, the emotionally unavailable man, the habitual liar and men who are physically and/or emotionally abusive. It goes into detail about the way many women approach dating, putting these relationship styles into broad (often humorous) categories. I was able to find myself in several of the descriptions of the methods women use to find and keep relationships, and the categories helped me see, more clearly than I had ever before, how self-destructive and unproductive some of my techniques are. Also included are a man’s perspective and chapters on why we attract the wrong men and on the power of forgiveness and letting go of the past in order to move forward and create healthier relationships.
This book is really unlike any dating or relationship book I’ve read. Blechner brings a great deal of compassion, insight and wit to the subject to create a book that provides a deeper understanding of yourself in relationships and that offers the means of breaking negative dating patterns. If you are looking for a book that helps you understand the WHY of your negative dating patterns and then helps you figure out how to create more positive ones, as opposed to a book that offers a quick, superficial fix, I highly recommend “Mr. Wrong.”
About the Author
Daniella is a South London based Writer/Director whose real writing journey began by writing comedy sketches for Youth Project Phenomenon ’98 featuring Gina Yashere and Richard Blackwood. She has always been a keen writer and penned her first book All The Happy Animals and Lucille and her Great Adventure at just 8 years old.
At 18 years old she began her career as a performance poet and enjoyed success in bars and clubs in and around London for many years. In 2002 she attended Ravensbourne College where she wrote, produced and directed her first short Connexions which was Nominated for Best Screenplay at the BFM Short Film Awards in 2006 and won “Best Open Deck film” when screened at the Cutting East Festival.
Daniella won the 2007 Film Fund Award from Lewisham Film Initiative to complete her poetry based short drama Hair We Are for the Black History Month Short Film Challenge. Hair We Are won the 3rd Best Film at the Images of Black Women Film Festival and has been screened at Chicago International Children’s film, Pan African Film Festival, LA and BAMKids Film Festival in New York. It was also screened on The Community Channel and www.itvlocal.com. Since writing and directing the film, the poem has been included in Shangwe’s Hair Power, Skin Revolution anthology and she has enjoyed performing her poem at literary events.
Shortlisted for Channel 4′s Coming Up Scheme 2010 as a writer, Daniella exhibits a fresh, quirky and distinctive style focusing on drama and comedy. She has also produced an anti-bullying drama, The Turtle and The Nightingale with American based director Gershon Hinkson. The film has enjoyed success in UK and America and in February 2012 aired on HBO.
Daniella is the proud author of Mr Wrong, “a humorous and insightful exploration into why some women continually attract Mr Wrong.” It is a collection of empowering relationship stories written by both women and men across the world that allow the reader to question, explore and challenge negative belief systems and set out on a positive path of self-discovery and self-worth.
She has also written and compiled poetry anthology 7 Shades of Love a collection of poems written by women and men globally and feels honoured to be able to showcase work from a multitude of poets from different, ages, races, religions and backgrounds on the Universal subject of Love.
The enjoyment and inspiration behind writing comes from examining and reflecting on social issues often laced with a wicked sense of humour. She is a teacher and energy healer and enjoys working with all people from all walks of life