In the instant #1 New York Times bestseller Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, Steve Harvey gave millions of women around the globe insight into what men really think about love, intimacy, and commitment. In his new book, he zeros in on what motivates men and provides tips on how women can use that knowledge to get more of what they need out of their relationships.
In Straight Talk, No Chaser: How to Find, Keep and Understand A Man, Steve Harvey shares information on:
Always direct, often funny, and incredibly perceptive, media personality, comedian, philanthropist and (finally) happily married husband, Harvey proves once again that he is the king of relationships.
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"I listen to learn"!
Initially it starts out about dating which was less interesting because I'm already married...glad I didn't turn it in there. I can honestly say after listening to this book I have a new outlook on my husband and my marriage. Didn't see that coming. Steve really opens up about the realities and expectations of women and the mind set about them (from a mans perspective). IT ALL JUST MAKES SENSE! For those who are seeking a partner-this is definetly something you need to read...for those who already have one...we may have missed the boat in the beginning but there is still hope!
Again, this is a must read for all women. I was also very pleased that there was no profanity.
It's a practical guide on dating from a man perspective
Steve talks to your from your lover, father, X point of view and keeps its real the entire time.
Now I want to read
No, however it took me less than a week to finish.
I love Steve as a comedian, however it was very difficult to listen to him read a book. Sometime I wasn't sure he knew what was on those pages. He was reading as if it was the first time he had ever seen or heard it. The book itself is just an extension of the first book "Act like a lady, Think like a man". It was much better the first time.
A supposed "Christian" man giving advice on how to snag a worldly man. True Christian men do not think nor act the way Steve Harvey describes, so why would I want to land one of those type of men? I think Steve Harveys advice sets couples up for failure. It is the art of manipulation at its finest! Say you do the things he describes, when masks come off, then what?
My most memorable comment was when Mr. Harvey said when a man is being honest, not making any excuses as to why is not willing to commit and says he needs a break that that is my cue to run....and that it is over already in his eyes. But I need to move on because it aimt gonna happen with him being a prince charming. Run....I'm wasting time. Especially if I don't have it together for myself.
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