Men give their undivided attention to those who respect them. If a man doesn't feel respected while communicating with you, he'll find the respect he needs elsewhere. The woman who knows how to communicate with men can influence the man she wants without resorting to that miniskirt he loves. A man craves the attention of a graceful woman who knows exactly what to say to him, when to say it, and, most importantly, how to say it to get what she wants. Men love being gracefully influenced by the woman they adore. If you're interested in learning how to talk to a man so he opens up to you, listens to you, and willingly gives you what you want without a fuss, this book will help you communicate with men more effectively. Here's what you're going to learn inside:
Get started right away, and learn how to communicate with a man so he listens to you, opens up to you, and deeply craves your attention.
©2014 Bruce Bryans (P)2014 Bruce Bryans
The narrator did a good job of giving advice without seeming condescending or anything, and the advice is honest and straightforward. I feel like I certainly learned a bit about men.
I like the author's weird expressions like "straight from Davey Jones' locker" lol
Overall, excellent enunciation and delivery.
Men basically see things as "is she respecting me" or "is she not respecting me". It sounds ridiculously simple but I guess if you learn to self-love and truly respect someone unconditionally, you'll be a woman of true value, and you'll be great for some guy. Plus, I mean it's good to know how to respect yourself and others at all times, and the book helps with communication in general.
It's not long, and it's not expensive, and it may add quality to your life by learning how to communicate effectively with others, not just men. The author is kind of funny too. Get it.
I am obsessed with books reading and especially listening to them while I work out or walk through the city!!
I love it and recommend this book to all women AND men. Regardless of age or weather single, married or dating.
How to ask for what you want should be the title of the book. It gives great tips on how to ask for things, but title is misleading. All the tips are for people already in a relationship. Men won't beg for your attention and he's most likely to block you out if you can't apply the following forms of communication. This book gives you a better way of saying what you're thinking to obtain a better result. I recommend reading it more than once.
I travel an Hour and a half daily to work and may often have to sit in traffic, so audible books have become a huge value in my life. I am so impressed with this book. While listening to Bruce, on many occasions I was able to look back and reflect on my past relationships; I honestly didn't see some of the mistakes I made until now. I am not a victim, yet I now see how I played the victim throughout and placed blame. This book is so common sensicle because it enabled me to really see my own faults. I never cheat and have ever been disloyal, so I felt righteous not realizing some of the breakdown was due to my need to always be right and to always express my feelings (resulting most of the time in yelling and/or crying). I didn't just allow; I forced and pushed and eventually controlled myself right out of the relationships. I see now that some of my actions may have provoked some of the outcomes. I didn't realize that Men think in terms of respect/disrespect. So when I demanded a talk when I felt angry and/or hurt, I fueled the fire. Eventually yelling and/or ignoring ensued again.....
Thank you Bruce for pointing out some of the things I was oblivious to. I am also older and extremely tired of failed relationships with non-quality Men; but made every attempt to go above and beyond to make the relationships work with the wrong Men.
This book opened me up to new and achievable goals to apply to myself (actions,thoughts, and behaviors), in an effort to obtain and maintain a healthy, loving relationship with a Quality Man!
I've just finished my 2nd Bruce Bryans' book in as many weeks and I'm not exaggerating when I say, I'm a better woman because of it! I've never written a review for an Audible book but after recalling the negative comments about this book I feel compelled to counteract them with a positive rating.
To be fair, this may not be the book for you if your take on gender roles is not traditional. Even so, I think this book has an appeal much broader than the context of romantic relationships. In fact, the title is the worst thing about it. It's hardly representative of the content. I gained insight in to the male psyche that I KNOW is factual because Bruce (almost verbatim) echoed some of the feedback that men have given me but that I completely ignored. I grt ir now.
I'm a 'very' assertive woman in every facet of my life and I don't think I can change that even if I wanted to. This quick listen provided me with some techniques to avoid being aggressive. I LOVE the sample phrases because examples generally help a concept sink in for me.
Purchasing this inexpensive book is worth the risk. I promise.
I don't care for the narators frat like sounding voice, but the information is helpful. All women should try one of Mr Bryan's books.
The emphasis on self respect was wonderful.
Ladies, you think you know men...you don't know Jack....lol..I dont know something like that.
just try them...also he offers free books through his site via all his audio books.
it's more of a guidebook on how to be a doormat even though it starts off saying men don't like doormats they get bored. And women get hysterical if they want to get a point across.it basically sets you up for conversations with men on how to diffuse situations with men. I can see the author was trying to be balanced but it really just comes off as if you want your relationship to work it's best if you lul your man in to a false state of him thinking he is always right and that you only speak kindly and softly to him. And your whole relationship is spent reading his facial expressions to see what he is trying to say, if you can read that then your sorted because you will know what he is thinking.
My partner and I both benefitted from me reading this book before I'd even finished it. It's always useful to be reminded that - while we are similar in a lot of ways - men and women process the world differently. We need to remember to see things from the other person's perspective, not just from our own.
very interesting and easy to follow audio book . would recommend this to a friend
"not the typical nonsense."
he gave what is true and a legitimate advise. he wrote that respect and what you say, when you say and how you say matters. it's rather intresting that most of this well put togther book does not (or rarely) mention sex. it's all about the power of good character and kind words.
thank you kind sir.
"Wow - unconditional respect"
Unconditional Respect...... That's definitely where I have been going wrong. I'm going to start applying this more as I know this is a great weakness of mine. Wish me luck......
"True wirds for a wise woman"
feminism is unfirtunately greatly and widely misunderstood. A woman can be a queen and still be humble ar it.
loved this listen.
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