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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Written as a straight talk, no chaser retort to the Steve Harvey's runaway bestseller 'Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man,' Shanae Hall's 'Why Do I have To Think Like a Man?' is a fitting resounding response regarding men, sex, relationships and women getting what they really 'reeeally' want. ...

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Overview

Ready To Up Your Game?

This page-turner leaves readers buzzing with oohs, ahhhs and OMG's from the first paragraph.

Written as a straight talk, no chaser retort to the Steve Harvey's runaway bestseller 'Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man,' Shanae Hall's 'Why Do I have To Think Like a Man?' is a fitting resounding response regarding men, sex, relationships and women getting what they really 'reeeally' want. Finally … THE LADIES GET THEIR SAY!

As a Sirius Satellite Radio personality on Jaime Foxx's 'Foxxhole' and a former NFL wife appearing on 'E! True Hollywood Story, Sports Stars, Private Lives,' Shanae Hall doesn't shy away from life's difficult conversations. If it has to be said, Shanae will say it. And this book unequivocally proves the point.

In their own funny, fresh and bold way, Shanae and her co-author and mother Rhonda Frost, tell it like it is and like it most definitely is not as they hilariously chronicle their marriages, their divorces, and their dating of men from the NBA, NFL, and Hollywood stars to everyday rank-and-file guys who seem worthy. From engagingly different intergenerational perspectives, Shanae and Rhonda make it clear that the persistent 'player' mentality in today's men is fashioned, nurtured and created by the very women who hate it so much.

' Shanae Hall is a candid and witty personality who has a unique way of telling you the truth just how she sees it.
Read this book and you'll know what I'm say'n. '
—Cedric the Entertainer

'Are you ready for a real self-help relationship book that is an eye-opener, and will leave you speechless?'
—Gena James Pitts, Founder, Professional Sports Wives Association

'Thank goodness for Shanae Hall being a voice I can relate to! God forbid the moment when women believe we have to think like men in order to be in relationships with them. What is this world coming to?'
—Best Selling author Attorney Rita Ewing, ex-wife of Patrick Ewing


and Partner in Hue-Man Bookstore in Manhattan

'From the first time I met Shanae, I knew she was a no nonsense person that would give it to you straight-up holding nothing back. This book has proved me right!'
—FRANK SKI, V103-FM Atlanta

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982702703
  • Publisher: Farrah Gray Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/1/2010
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 5.36 (w) x 8.46 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Meet the Author

Shanae Hall

Shanae Hall is a former NFL wife, domestic violence survivor, and successful businesswoman. She is a popular TV and radio personality, frequenting programs like Jamie Foxx's Sirius radio show 'The Foxxhole,' 'Black Men Revealed' (TV One) and 'E! True Hollywood Story, Sports Stars, Private Lives.' In 2005, she co-founded New Beginnings TRAP, a non-profit organization that empowers battered women to rebuild their lives. She holds a B.A. in Film, Cinema and TV from California State University Northridge and is currently writing a screenplay adaptation of Why Do I Have to Think Like a Man?. A Sacramento native, she currently lives in Northern Los Angeles with her three children.

Rhonda Frost is the mother of three adult daughters and one teen son, and a prominent realtor in the Atlanta area. She is a journalism student at Georgia State University and writes on finding love after 40 at More.com

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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 December 23, 2010

    This is an AWSOME BOOK

    Shanae you have out done yourself. I walked in Walmart yesterday roaming through the book area and picked up your book. I open the book to start reading a few lines and could'nt put it down. Before you know it I had read a whole chapter so fast. It was amazing how I was drawn to your book. I have been seeking liberation in reference to relationships and my standards to find out through your book, Iam on the right track. I bought the book last night and at this time I have completed the book. It has truely been a blessing to me. You have given me clarity and I thank you and the other writter for been blunt and out spoken and streight to the point! Thank you, Thank you! Thank You! I will share this with all my friends! lol! I pray God cont. to bless u n your family!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 2, 2010

    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 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!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 28, 2011

    One Of The Best Books I Have Read!

    I just finished reading Why Do I Have To Think Like A Man? and words cannot express what this book has done and is doing for me. I laughed a few times and cried a few times, but it was in those moments of tears and honesty that I began to look at myself in the mirror and forgive myself for the mistakes I made in the past and the bad choices I made when it came to the 'man in my life'. It was a wakeup call for me and it could not have come at a better time. So, I began the process of illuminating those who mean me no good and I am on the road to a 'better me'. I thank Shanae Hall and Rhonda Frost for allowing themselves to be used as instruments to educate, inform and encourage.
    This book is by far one of THE BEST books I have read!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2011

    These women are perfect examples of why steve Harvey's rules DO work!

    They just tried to write a book about why Steve Harveys take on dating doe snot work... but every story they share is a perfect example of what Mr. Harvey says NOT to do.

    Who really believes men that come on so strong (writting you letters that they want to move you to Seattle when they havent met you??), or thinking you have a relationship with a man long distance when you never had the monogamy talk (Mr. LT?)

    This is a good book to read to learn from these women, and they are right in telling you the lessons they learned, so I am not saying its not a good book. But they should have changed the tittle to "I really sshould think like a man", because they seemed to have thought that first class tickets for a visit or sweet words means the man wants a relatonship. Had they followed Mr. Harveys advice they would have seen these guys for what they were.... players with enough money to make them feel like they were special.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 6, 2010

    Awesome! - you have to read this book!

    This book speaks the truth behind what women deal with in relationships, love and betrayal. It gives women the understanding that they are not alone no matter how they look physically. You will see that there are so many types of men. It is so funny how Shanae and Rhonda categorize these men from single to married to gay. For all the women out there trying to find out the answer about how to meet the right guy, buy and read this book; it will help you to weed out the good and bad. Again, GREAT book. Very inspirational and uplighting as well.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 16, 2010

    This book is the TRUTH!

    So I bought this book yesterday, and I just finished it! This was amazing! Both Shanae and Rhonda's testimonies are by far deep, filled with pain and resurrection. I loved the fact that they referenced the power of God as being a guide to becoming who they saw and knew what they could become. I also admired the fact that they kept it real. I am just 23 years old and haven't really been in serious relationships because I've "settled" and allowed men to get it in and move on to the next one, but when I say I literally felt empowered when I closed that book would be an understatement! This was a blessing beyond measure! I'm in a place of appreciation to where I can be grateful for the accomplishments that I made, and will continue to make, all while improving who I am and taking responsibility for the mistakes that I made. Shanae, I felt you when you said if you are going to be in shape, than why should you settle for someone who "looks like he drinks lard through a straw"? It made me realize that my expectations aren't reachable, but I need to reflect what I expect which is only fair. Thank you so much, and I pray that God continues to elevate you both! God bless!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 27, 2011

    A Realistic Refreshing Must Read!!!

    The book is so on point, why should a women have to think like a Man? The Author wrote in such a way that it inspires women to continue to be who they are and appreciate their divine creative design to get the man who wants to be gotten. It's Realistic, Sentimental, Inspiring and Absolutely Funny! A Definite Must Read!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2012

    Love it !

    Thanks ladies for this funny, yet very informative book. This is a book that all the ladies should have.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2011

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    Definetly a Must Read!!!

    This book is Great! Shanae Hall def puts everything out there..This book tells nothin but the truth..ladies go and buy this u will enjoy reading it..confidence booster! loved it :)

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  • Posted January 17, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    I bought this book on Sunday and by Sunday night I was already like on Chapter 8!! I could not put this book down for nothing!! I was so mad that It was Monday and I was halfway through the book and it was almost over!! When I realized that I started reading slower real slower!! I can't wait for there next book!! Best Book I have read in a along time I mean a long time!!! I recommend every female that I have been through it all with a man to read this book!! Made me realize about a lot of sh###t in my life!! 2011 time to make some changes in my life!!!

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