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Why Do I Have To Think Like A Man?: Knowing How To Be A Woman Is What Will Teach Your Man How To Be A Man

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

A playbook to change the game!

Simply amazing! I can't stop talking about this book. "Why do I have to think like a man?" is a no holds barred, pull no punches foray in the realm of relationships, yet it doesn't read like any other relationship book. You "FEEL" this book! You are able to connect with...
Simply amazing! I can't stop talking about this book. "Why do I have to think like a man?" is a no holds barred, pull no punches foray in the realm of relationships, yet it doesn't read like any other relationship book. You "FEEL" this book! You are able to connect with alot of the pain and frustration Shanae and Rhonda share. Real, Rational and Raw best describes this literary gem! From the first page to the last, Shanae and Rhonda "keep it real" while sounding the alarm for women to reclaim their status as the queens that they are. It's more than a self-help book for women, it also offers us, as men, a chance to hear from women who have lived the hurt, pain and frustration suffered because of our actions. And while it certainly holds us, as men, accountable for our many indiscrestions, by no means is this a male bashing book! Rather it is a playbook for women to effectively compete and win in the game of love and life. After reading, I came away with a renewed vow to be a better man for my wife! Definitely don't want to be a "Goat Roach"! You have to read the book to know what I'm talking about...LOL! Women(and Men) run to your local bookstore, and get your copy of this amazing book. There is a parade for women to raise their standards, reclaim their power and change the game; this book is the drum major!! Well done Shanae and Rhonda!

posted by AlonzoAllen on October 2, 2010

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10 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

Ridiculous..... this is how NOT to get a man

I am embarrassed for these ladies. I know they wrote a book, counter to Steve Harveys book, and to help woman, but these woman have a lot to leaner before they write about the subject.

Some of the stories they share with us in the book, while attempting to teach us, ...
I am embarrassed for these ladies. I know they wrote a book, counter to Steve Harveys book, and to help woman, but these woman have a lot to leaner before they write about the subject.

Some of the stories they share with us in the book, while attempting to teach us, were appalling. Like...in one chapter the woman talks about how she flew to another state to meet up with a man she had been corresponding with. In her view, she was acting right because he paid, in my view, he was paying because he knew what an all expense paid trip would hopefully get him. The man wasn't making any effort to come to her or to treat her with respect, rather he wanted her to come to him and hopefully stay at his place and he would pay for it. Thats doesn't sound like the building of a relationship, it sound alike the building of a long distance booty call.

Bottom line.... these ladies need to read a book, one that goes along the lines of "slow down!". Because all of their gimmicks and tips don't work unless you take time to get to know the man. A point which these ladies missed and one which would have eliminated many of their disastrous outcomes.

Its not about playing a man, or thinking like one, its about acting like a lady and demanding respect. These authors have the wrong idea about dating and this book served only to give me examples of what NOT to do.

posted by Reader0812 on February 1, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2012

    Ridiculous..... this is how NOT to get a man

    I am embarrassed for these ladies. I know they wrote a book, counter to Steve Harveys book, and to help woman, but these woman have a lot to leaner before they write about the subject.

    Some of the stories they share with us in the book, while attempting to teach us, were appalling. Like...in one chapter the woman talks about how she flew to another state to meet up with a man she had been corresponding with. In her view, she was acting right because he paid, in my view, he was paying because he knew what an all expense paid trip would hopefully get him. The man wasn't making any effort to come to her or to treat her with respect, rather he wanted her to come to him and hopefully stay at his place and he would pay for it. Thats doesn't sound like the building of a relationship, it sound alike the building of a long distance booty call.

    Bottom line.... these ladies need to read a book, one that goes along the lines of "slow down!". Because all of their gimmicks and tips don't work unless you take time to get to know the man. A point which these ladies missed and one which would have eliminated many of their disastrous outcomes.

    Its not about playing a man, or thinking like one, its about acting like a lady and demanding respect. These authors have the wrong idea about dating and this book served only to give me examples of what NOT to do.

    10 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted October 13, 2010

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