If you've been unmarried as an adult for a number of years then you've probably experienced it: social pressure to get married. However, if you're the type of person who actually enjoys being unmarried and appreciate your freedom, then you will have to deal with the social consequences from your life decision. Your refusal to "go along with the program" will annoy or even enrage certain people to the extent that they will often be motivated to use nasty shaming language against you. Some common examples of these shaming tactics are, "Somebody must have hurt you" or "You're a loser."
When this happens to you, do you sometimes struggle to find just the right comeback? The purpose of this book is to help to prepare you so that you will always have a pithy response when you're forced into this predicament. You will learn how to "turn the tables" on your aggressor and walk away with a great deal of satisfaction.
The book is written from the perspective of a man who has been divorced for more than a decade. It is especially relevant for MGTOW and other men who face personal attacks for being single. However, many of the comebacks can be used by either gender.
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