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Act Like a Lady, Do Not Think Like a Man

The True Measure of How Men and Women View Love, Intimacy, Relationships and Faith
Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
Length: 1 hr and 10 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Love is a beautiful gift that many people search for a lifetime to experience. However, the hardship and disappointment in relationships and marriage lead them down roads that stymie their ability to attain love. The famous comedian Steve Harvey wrote the book Act Like a Lady, Think like a Man, and his book and movie did not prove why women should think like men. However, it revealed the obvious, that when women tried to think like men, they lost their individuality and wisdom, which invigorate their quality. This book is not a direct attack of the validity of the famous comedian; however, it is Raymond Sturgis' continuation of the conversation: why should women think like men?

Moreover, women's success in education, medicine, and entrepreneurship is a valid indication that they achieve their success independent of what men think of them. Therefore, I submit to you realistic analogies of why women should act like ladies, and continue to make the world respect them for their intelligence and ability to transform this world. From faith, self-esteem, and intimacy, marriages and relationships can and will be empowered by the information in Act Like a Lady, Do Not Think Like a Man that evoke quality reasons why women would not be thought of inferior if they continue to think like themselves.

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  • Gmac
  • Florida
  • 08-22-18

So contrary

The narrator sounded like a human trying to be a computer... or the other way around... arghhh... whichever! Then there were the contradictions which were as iconic as a kindergarten student analyzing the thesis of a college grad.

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worst narrator

This may be a good book however I cannot get through the first chapter due to the narrator. Sounds like a phone recording robot. Inflections on words is all wrong which makes it hard to follow. I will.not finish this book because of it

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  • R. Fulton
  • 03-23-19

If you like being read to by a machine...

Absolute rubbish. Whoever is reading this book has no expression in their voices. The narrative is by some robotic imbecile. Deleted it within a minute!