Many books and articles have been published on relationship issues, but it has been found that they all speak or focus on the same issues. This has led to many people looking at relationship materials as a scam and an easier way for writers to make money.
With the release of the Magic of Making Up book by T.W Jackson, the question that has arisen is the Magic of Making Up scam. This is a difficult question to answer because by looking at the book in details, the steps the author offers to help people win their exes back is quite practical and is written from a personal experience perspective. This makes the book look more genuine as it is something the reader can relate with.
Is it a must that the writer be a qualified relationship expert? That is one of the questions that make people think of the book as a scam. The author has no training or experience in psychology and as a result most people will look at the book as a scam. This is so because people are used to reading material that has an expert’s touch or view and thus tend to believe what an expert would say concerning an issue other than a non-expert.
Further research on the buyers’ feedback about the book shows that most people have used the ideas and step-by-step guidelines outlined and have turned out to be successful in their quest of making up with their exes. Most of the reviews have a positive response although there are just but a few that have negative responses. With the large numbers of people showing a positive feedback indicates clearly that the book is not really a scam and the author is not just out there to make money.
Something that is common with scam materials is that they do not in any manner go into details concerning what they are offering other than just stating the ideas. All steps are dealt in details and everything is well explained. Nothing has been left hanging. Reading the book keenly one can notice that the style of writing is quite simple and interactive. Also, the book offers a new perspective on relationships, as it does not focus on what went wrong but rather on how to solve issues, which most relationship books lack. With such one is convinced that the Magic of Making Up is not a scam.
According to most negative reviews on the book, most of the people writing the feedbacks only say that the book is a scam but they fail to support their claims. This further puts their claims into questions leaving one to believe that the book is not at all a scam as such responses leave one thinking that they are out there to mudsling the book or they are just mad that things did not work out their way.
In conclusion, from reviews and reading the book, it is correct to say the book is not a scam as the guidelines and advice given are quite applicable, and they work.