Reexamining familiar scenarios and classic mindsets that keep us in unsatisfying relationships, Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo's wise and wry understanding of the sexes spares women hours of waiting by the phone, obsessing over the details with sympathetic girlfriends, and hoping his mixed messages really mean "I'm in love with you and want to be with you".
He's Just Not That Into You is provocative, hilarious, and, above all, intoxicatingly liberating. It knows you're a beautiful, smart, funny woman who deserves better. The next time you feel the need to start "figuring him out", consider the glorious thought that maybe He's Just Not That Into You. And then set yourself loose to find the one who is.
©2004 Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo; (P)2004 Simon & Schuster Audio
"By all means read this smart, funny, and surprisingly upbeat little book." (Publishers Weekly)
As someone who was particularly embarrassed to buy this book and say I actually own it, I can say with complete certainty that I NEEDED TO READ/HEAR THIS. After recently having yet another wishy-washy guy come into and then out of my life (extreme interest and then complete ghosting), I had had enough. Screw embarrassment. I already felt embarrassed ... and ashamed that this had happened to me. I needed to realize that this wasn't about me not being good enough, fun enough, pretty enough, interesting enough, or smart enough. This is about the fact that I (and every woman) DESERVE better, and that we shouldn't settle. As Liz says, I too am a pessimist, but I want to believe that I deserve better and will get better as a result of my FAITH (Greg). I'm so thankful for this book, and am also reading "It's Just A F***ing Date." I highly suggest both books. Thank you to the writers for making these books!
I really enjoyed this book. I think we all need to start believing we deserve what's best for ourselves and stop making excuses for the lame men we find ourselves obsessing over. It seems so simple and so easy to know when someone isn't into you but clearly it's not that easy!! it's actually really hard and this book points that out. I loved it!
I loved this book so much, it really was an eye opener and I think all women should read this book to really carry with them as they weave in and out of relationships to truly value themselves and stop putting themself diwn for things beyond their control. Ive recommended this book 3X before I even finished it, and am so glad I chose the audio book over the physical copy.
Thank you Greg for explaining to me that, all the obsessing , crying, reasoning and angry amount to he is just not in to you. That guys can be real "dicks" and not every women understands all of the codes for why they cannot commit, love or care enough to be honest. Men can be complicated. I will re omens this book to ALL OF MY girlfriends it's a must read.
I'm a male listener, just wanted to know female perspective on relationships. Yes I will agree most of the things are true, and I am one of those guys who is the one that is not that into her. I am half way in the audiobook and find that I'm already bored, because I already know all that they are talking about. But it's true, if I am really into someone I will do whatever it takes to be with her. For the girls, best thing they can do is, if they found out that the guy is really not that into them, they should just move on, the situation will never change. And when the guy find someone he is really into, he will do anything to get her. Of course then the woman has the power.
The humor in this book is so awesomely entertaining and I literally listened to it all the way through in one day!! They really drill these concepts in your head so that you are very clear when a guy is just not that into you! Brilliant!
It was very engaging and I loved the sarcasm from Greg. Its amazing how we as women can make so many excuses for a mans behavior. I love the straight talk!
They did an excellent job of relaying the information to be clear and entertaining. I learned a lot and somethings I knew but I was honestly in denial!
When a man does not make it crystal clear that he is 100% into you. HE isn't!!
it almost feels like a long therapy session more than anything. women venting their frustrations to a guy that really doesn't have any educational back ground in the matter however seems to know it all.
it's a bit frustrating at times being that Greg is so simplistic, however many times he is right. as a guy myself I see what he is talking about.
I read this some what as a gender reversal, trying to understand dating in general. However their are just certain truths about the male mind Greg brings to light.
If a man likes you he WILL pursue you. it's as simple as that.
Therefore don't try to wait around and fix him, change him, or make him excuses. if he is not ready to take the relationship to the next level he is just not that into you.
Signed a man of 30 years
This is a book I've listened to several times after break ups (if I listened to it during those relationships they would have probably ended way sooner.) It is my go-to to recalibrate, feel confident in the decision to break up instead of making excuses for past guys and the right amount of rah-rah to believe in myself again. I have written the top ten down from chapter 13 and it has become my absolute dating guide. It has also relieved the stress of wondering if I should be asking guys out. The book is simple, straight-forward and so right on. It has most definitely changed the way I view dating. No hesitation in recommending this book.
Yes! If you have been in a bad relationship you can't bring yourself to get out of, or if you just need a boost of confidence, Greg and Liz tell it like it is. It's nothing you don't already know, but the two put it across in a way that's palatable, funny and empowering.
I loved the "true stories" Greg and Liz peppered the book with. They are all situations we are familiar with.
Yes. I absolutely love this book - Greg and Liz's narrations are entertaining and really enjoyable to listen to. I could listen to this book multiple times all the way through.
I think the content of the book in general is so applicable to everyone - whether you are or have been in a bad relationship. The content of the book is nothing you haven't heard before, but the presentation is great and it is just very relatable.
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