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"Yup." "Nope." "Maybe.": A Woman's Guide to Getting More Out of the Language of Men

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Oftentimes when two guys are communicating, a lot can be communicated with a few head nods, a couple of grunts. From a woman's perspective, men aren't always so clear. What a woman hears a man say and what he means to communicate can often be very disconnected. Gain an appreciation for how men communicate and discover the depth of feelings that your man has been trying to...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published April 12th 2007 by Tyndale House Publishers (first published March 29th 2007)
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This is definitely more of a relationship book than a primer on men for bitter women looking for reasons to tear their man apart. I liked it for three reasons.

1. These guys (the two authors)are funny. And they're humble.

2. It isn't trying to explain men's attitudes/actions and give them a free pass. The information delves into both male and female attitudes/actions and how they can work together more often than just focusing on how a woman can put her man under a magnifying glass and tick off t...more
OK girls, this one's for you. James and Thomas decided to dig in and find the most frequent questions women have about men and attempt to answer them. After talking to women from all ages and backgrounds they take on the big ones, such as, "Why won't they ask for directions?", "Do they really only think about sex?" and "What are they doing for so long in the bathroom?". This book is a short, easy read, but does not lack entertaining anecdotes and deeper applications.
Ha-ha-ha! My hubby just pointed this book out to me, and we just laughed and laughed! He's working on a LibraryThing Early Reviewer's book written by Stephen James and David Thomas entitled Wild Things: the art of nurturing boys, which so far has been great for the both of us for him to read. I'm glad my hubby's joined me in my love for social sciences!
it was okay. the best chapter was where he recounted the vacation trip in their new ford expedition that was hilarious!
Dannuel Saùl Delizo
Men are simple.
Women are complicated.
Men act first.
Women talk first.

Good book. Read this years ago.
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