Why Do I Have To Think Like A Man?: How to Think Like a Lady and Still Get the Man

Why Do I Have To Think Like A Man?: How to Think Like a Lady and Still Get the Man

by Shanae Hall, Rhonda Frost
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MsTig More than 1 year ago
I read the book "Why Do I Have to Think Like a Man?" in 2012 and then I read it again when the new version hit stores in January 2014. This book and the Authors changed my life. Let me explain...I was married for almost 17 years before divorcing about 5 years ago and entering the dating scene. After my marriage I was lost. I dated people who weren't good for me, I didn't have any rules, boundaries or expectations. I was a woman who had several guy "friends" always in and out of my life but none of them committing to anything. I never asked them for anything and I always gave more than I should. I was just "doing me" and having what I thought was "fun". In reality, I was allowing myself to be used. The men in my life enjoyed their time with me and enjoyed our conversations but at the end of the day, I wasn't their top priority.  After reading this book, and eventually talking to the author Rhonda Frost and getting to know her, my life changed. She told me to respect my time and body. She told me that any man who wants to be with you, will show it in actions, time and money. I used to be afraid to ask for help or to let a man know I needed him. I never wanted to "offend" him. Today that isn't the case. This book teaches you to ask for what you want and need. And it reminds you that men will value you, based on how you value yourself. I now understand that dating and relationships have to be win/win for both people and I am not just talking about sex here. I am talking about care, thoughtfulness and kindness too.  Their chapter on "The Married Man" and "The Unbroken You" opened my eyes to so much about me and where I was. Today I know who I am and when I meet men I share with them what I am looking for and I listen to what they are talking about. I read between the lines and watch their actions over time. And that is what keeps my heart protected. No more falling for the kind words only. I gotta see something now!  Rhonda and Shanae don't profess to be "gurus" they are women like me and you who have been through some things in relationships and marriage and have learned how to make it work for them. This book teaches us to keep our eyes and ears open. To pay attention to "red flags" and not to ignore bad behavior.  Through them I've learned to be patient. A man will always reveal himself if we just give it time. And when the right one comes along, I already know I will be able to appreciate him and treat him accordingly but only after I've seen his character and good treatment of me. Today I am a beast!  Joyce T.