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The Mind Games Women Play on Men

Narrated by: Mysti Jording
Length: 53 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (246 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Whether they want to admit it or not most women play mind games on men. Some do it ruthlessly and maliciously and others do it because they feel that this is a clever way and the only way sometimes to get men to do exactly what they want them to do in a relationship. These mind games that women play involve the highest form of manipulation. For example, a woman shedding crocodile tears with the sole purpose of getting a man to bend to her will.

Some of these mind games are easy to detect and identify and others are not. In her book entitled The Mind Games Women Play On Men, author Tonya Love identifies and describes in great detail the 23 most played mind games by woman in a relationship and how to effectively deal with and thwart these games if you're a man.

The author has admittedly engaged in these mind games herself throughout the course of her relationships, so this book is based on her personal experiences as well as from her observation of other women and the mind games that they play in their relationships.

©2013 Tonya Love (P)2013 Tonya Love

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She Hit the Nail

I was raised with three older sisters and my grandma I got to see different levels of mind games Womand play to each other aseell as towards men. Reviewing this book I just want to validate these acts described. I like the book

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great insight on the topic

I had no idea. Of the mini mind games played by women until I read this book I give many thanks to the author for helping two wives me up to the game

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Beta Training Manual

The old adage, "Never take dating advice from a woman" is on full display with this book. It amounts to asking a fish how to be a good fisherman. If you truly want to understand the feminine psyche, read "The Rational Male" by Rollo Tomassi. It changed my life for the better.

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a woman telling guys what to expect from a woman

innocently decorated half truths about female hypergamy. some truth to it, but instead of (for example) NOT playing into female head games, this book tells you to say she looks great after the "...fat in these jeans" question. not researched. just a woman giving you the answers she wants to hear. also seems to be in favor of the government ha ing guns, not the people. apparently she also hasn't researched what made freedom and prosperity for the first time since humans climbed out of the slime too. that lack of research in politics indicates the same in relationships. she spots from the female hip. consider your source, guys. check out Aaron clarey instead

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Not Bad, but not for everyone

Some helpful insight here. My complaint is it would seem to be directed towards the stereotype of a an average guy, and not towards a centered and grounded man. It basically focuses on congruence tests and the manipulation techniques women may use to get their needs met.

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Doesn't tell you how to fix the problem

What disappointed you about The Mind Games Women Play on Men?

For one, the explanations of the mind games women play and the reasons why do not match up with the experiences I've had. Also, there is no solution to the mind games they talk about other than just leaving the relationship.

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EVERYONE NEEDS THIS

Where does The Mind Games Women Play on Men rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I listened to this, and then sent a copy to my boyfriend. I will play this for *so* many people. So many truths.

Who was your favorite character and why?

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What about Mysti Jording’s performance did you like?

Very nice voice.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes!

Any additional comments?

Fabulous material!

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Know the tricks!

"Never play a game with someone who plays it better than you." This sums up thr strategies laid out in the book that women use. Women are super crafty, and it would be in a man's best interest to learn their games, so that he will have at least an attempt at a fair chance of playing....because he won't win.

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not insightful

I do not recomend this book. doesnt help you understand relationships at all. thumbs down

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Eh

A featherweight brush-off of a much heavier subject. Essentially, Ms. Love contends all games come down to “she wants your attention”. If you’re looking for explanations of the mechanics of gender role games played by straight women on straight men, they are NOT here.

For $3 it wasn’t a great loss, but the hour is gone and not well-spent. I suppose the best way to sum up this missive is that it’s great reading for 14 Year-Olds.