Do I Have To Think Like A Man?
How To Think Like A Lady And Still Get The Man
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by Shanae Hall with Rhonda Frost
Paperback: 262 pages
Publisher: Farrah Gray Publishing, Inc. (October 1, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
"This book is dedicated to all women who are ready to ask themselves, ‘What could I have done differently to get what I wanted out of the relationship?' or ‘How do I heal now that I'm out of it?'
If you are a reader of self-help or relationship books, you have undoubtedly
heard of… Steve Harvey who gave us Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man… He has
promised us that if we play our cards right, we can learn how to find a man,
get a man, and keep a man by following just a few crucial steps, straight
from the handbook of the original player himself.
Ladies, to keep it all the way real… it is time for some real girlfriend talk about the BS and about the state of our situation… The reason this book is relevant is because it is straight talk, no chaser, complete with dating revelations from women who look, think and act like you; who have been through what you have been through and have decided enough is enough and that we can do better.
No, we are not a man, so we don't think like one. We are emotional, strong, loving creatures… without whom nothing comes to life."
--Excerpted from the Preface (pgs. x-xii)
Book Review by Kam Williams
Faithful readers are well aware of how exasperated this critic has become
about the recent flood of relationship advice books aimed at the
African-American demographic. The latest contribution to the burgeoning
genre is this how-to tome written from the female perspective by a couple of
cutie pies who have a bone or two to pick with comedian Steve Harvey's best
seller on the subject.
Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think about
Love Relationships, Intimacy and Commitment by Steve Harvey