Be Honest--You're Not That into Him Either: Raise Your Standards and Reach for the Love You Deserve

Be Honest--You're Not That into Him Either: Raise Your Standards and Reach for the Love You Deserve

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Be Honest--You're Not That into Him Either: Raise Your Standards and Reach for the Love You Deserve 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent & practical advice I wish my Marriage & Family Therapy degree covered.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very informative, witty, provacative look into the world of dating. With very useful and helpful information and insight. I highly recommend this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It helped me gain perspective and the author's tone was very honest and conversational and unpretentious. The book is very helpful who want to be in ongoing committed relationships and are tired of just hooking up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
start thinking about what's happening in yours. I was an early adopter of Kerner's first book, She Comes First, and I had no problem giving it to my boyfriend and getting better satisfaction. That was then, this is now...I'm single and bummed and Kerner's book was just what I needed to hit the spot!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was extremely worth my time. I could not recommend this book more to all of my friends as a reminder of how we have to stop lowering our standards hoping that one day all the frogs you are dating will turn into a prince. I picked up this book at barnes and noble and couldn't put it down. I'm not that into 'self help' books, but if you are feeling heartbroken or wondering why guys don't return your phone calls then READ THIS BOOK!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Not as good as some books on dating and romance by far, but what it does do is very simple...it reminds you to value yourself and what you're looking for. It's not telling you anything you don't already know deep down (ala you just weren't into hime either!) but it's a friendly kick in the butt to ask you why you're still hanging around hoping he'll 'get into you' knowing you don't even really want him permanently. I needed that reminder so I appreciated this book and would recommend it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Finally, a book that empowers me and reminds me that I don't need to settle for less. Ladies, please read this book! We all need to realize how special we are. If a man makes you feel bad about yourself, then get rid of him. No man should ever dictate your happiness, and this book helps you to remember that.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was one of the best books I have ever read! I just couldn¿t put it down, in fact I read it three times back to back and still keep it on my night stand table for quick reference and encouragement. Let¿s face it girls, dating and casual relationships can be a lot of fun but, you must know what you¿re doing to be able to navigate through it all to remain healthy and optimistic. Ian really puts it in modern and realistic terms so you can obtain what you deserve.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's obvious this was a takeoff on the other book which had advice plus humor. This is the advice without the funny. It's all okay, just not spectacular. If you like Self-Help books, it works... but chick lit is more fun.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Brilliant! I feel like Dr. Kerner has been secretly following me around my whole life--I recognized so much of myself in this insightful book! Well-written and funny, it's like a best friend staging an intervention to my loser-magnet antics. More than anything, I appreciate this book for inspiring me and giving me new hope. A reformed self-help book junkie, this book was worth falling-off-the-wagon for. Recommended reading for every woman.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The first book only said one thing: tough luck, he's not into you. It didn't even attempt to offer any practical advice, it just kept saying over and over and over HE'S NOT INTO YOU until I wanted to hide under a rock, i just felt so beaten up. i get it, i get, he's not into me. that's the easy part. the hard part is figuring out why and what to do about it, and while this book only touches on many of the issues, it at least attempts to offer guidance and advice in a practical way. After being punched over and over again in the gut by He's Just Not That Into You, this book helped me get up off the floow.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't 'feel pressure' to enjoy sexual pursuits as the author states -- I do so because I am truly liberated. I see the value of a trusting devoted relationship but I am not driven by some deep biological imperative. This is the same old stuff that used to limit women in the past. Sure, if you want a traditional relationship, this will be helpful, but not all women WANT that. I wish someone would actually write a book about how some women TRULY want their freedom. Ugh!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was less than helpful is an understatement. Trying to go off his popular He's not that into you fame, which was only guided because of Oprah and it was featured in Sex and the City (and most of us men and I am a professional reviewer don't think that way). This book takes what a man knows of a woman, which is nothing and tries to make it sound like he's a famed psychologist. Terrible book. Don't waste your time or money.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be less then helpful. After reading 'He's just not that into you', this book had no answers, reasons, nor valuable models of examples to go by. I found the book to be drawn out like a bad movie never getting to the point. There was a lot of mumble jumble in words and subject matter yet no truth or final resolution. In other words a lot of beating around the bush writing in essay format that keep dragging out with no conclusion or final outlook. I feel this book was a bad play on a popular book to get in the game, but not even close to being what it could have been if the author had only taken the time instead of throwing it out to get it sold on the name.