THE 12 LISTS MEN AND WOMEN THINK THEY KNOW: The First Book on How to Build and Destroy Your Relationship

THE 12 LISTS MEN AND WOMEN THINK THEY KNOW: The First Book on How to Build and Destroy Your Relationship

by Moisaque Blanc, Anise Ambrose


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ISBN-13: 9781481715904
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 02/25/2013
Pages: 178
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)

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THE 12 LISTS MEN AND WOMEN THINK THEY KNOW: The First Book on How to Build and Destroy Your Relationship 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I also purchase the 12 lists after hearing it on the radio. Sounded pretty good. Now that I have it I can't stop reading it. Honestly, after reading list 1 which chapter 1 about sex. I was a little arouse at the sexually details in this book but it was right...there is no sugar coating. You have to buy it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I purchased my copy and I must these authors are sooo on point about some relationships. I'm gay and I feel like people shouldn't judge us when we are still humans with a heart. It also talks about how money can make and break a relationship. If you want a book that will really open up your eyes to things you thought you knew about a relationship and why men and women do the things they do...then this is the book you should buy. Hands down!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow...on point...
LinaB More than 1 year ago
I just purchased mines today. So far so good. I see why its a hit. The book discuss every bit of details that we go through in a relationship. Its not a "How To" kinda book, but more of an eye opener to the things we thought we knew.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WoW! I'll admit it, after hearing this book being advertise on the radio for two months and seeing in in the newspapers...I said to myself that I should check it out. I never expected this book to open up my eyes to what I've been missing in a relationship. At first I thought is was just a sex book but its way more than that.. The 12 lists men and women think they know have touched my inner self. Thank you for saving my relationship.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I saw this book at a book signing at a lounge in the city and figured I'd buy it since a lot of people were purchasing it as well. I thought all books on relationships were the same and that I've heard it all until I picked up this one. It's actually fun and informative; this book really helps you see your relationships(past or present) under a whole new light. It gives you helpful tips on how to maintain one and (in my opinion) saves you $$ from going to a therapist that would probably tell you the same thing. I like that the authors include a little something for everyone, not just societies' "typical" couples like many people do. Thanks!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this is product is worth the investment
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OMG!!! I meet the authors of this book on April 25th during their book signing. It was so amazing. I never seen so many people line up just to get their book signed. They really know what a relationship is all about. Not like all the other books that only base their facts from their own point of view. This book is soooo freaking worth reading!
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite The 12 Lists Men and Women Think They Know: First Book on How to Build and Destroy Your Relationship by Moisaque Blanc is a book that will expose the truth about relationships that men and women need to know. By the time readers finish this book, they will have a good idea about how to handle a relationship and what is required to make it work. The honest and direct way of writing makes it a multi-purpose guide that will tell you why relationships last or break up. Most of the books on relationships speak only of love, trust, sex, and communication. But in this book, the author says that to have healthy relationships and maintain them, one needs much more than the above-mentioned things. The book is straight-forward and put across to readers in an orderly way so that it is easy to go through the lists and see what can be done to improve their relationships. The interviews in the chapters connect readers with the actual reality of what is happening around them and helps them to form healthy relationships in their lives. The financial part that forms an important issue in relationships is discussed in the book. There is a lot of clarity and honesty in this book. It can be used as a guide by couples looking for their relationships to work in a healthy manner, and also for therapists and counselors who are working with couples to help them improve their relationships.