What Women Want Men to Know
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What Women Want Men to Know

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  308 ratings  ·  29 reviews
From the #1 "New York Times" bestselling author of "Secrets About Men Every Woman Should Know," the counterpart audiobook for both sexes that reveals everything women want men to know about loving and understanding the woman in their life. Delivered in her signature frank, provocative and down-to-earth style, "What Women Want Men to Know" explains everything women feel abo...more
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Published July 1st 2004 by Sound Ideas (first published 1385)
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Azhin
I realy enjoy reading this book.
good for those who love their female mates and want to behave them in a perfect way!
برای همه کسانی که میخوان برخورد درست با خانم مورد علاقه شون رو بدونن ، تا که زندگشون متحول بشه ،عالیه!
Tessa
Yeah, I couldn't find myself in all the chit-chat about how women are some love desperate creatures and man are not. I really don't think women are that simple. Couldn't finish this book, way too boring and unappealing.
Hamideh Mohammadi
It certainly was amazing although I'm a woman myself. I was never aware of my own sectrets, with which my life could change dramatically!
Zendegy
be hameye aghayoon tosiye mikonam bekhoonan...
Chrischris
Jul 29, 2011 Chrischris is currently reading it
It probably has some value for the average corporate couple and teenagers but not for the spiritually mature crowd. Even though she borrows some vocabulary from popular spiritual texts it wont be of much help to her target audience aside from making the author seem enlightened and more intelligent than the readers. Its very annoying to hear her constantly refer to the male listeners as "guys". If your a "guy" than this would suit you. More like the "guy" who met his mate a bar, or similar venue,...more
Tyler Grant
I picked this up on impulse last summer. It has been in print for 10 years so I figured it had some lasting value and when browsing through it seemed to have valuable advice.

Basically it just spells on each page in large letters: YOU ARE AN IDIOT. For 496 pages.

Just kidding. The author is a marital therapist and worked with many, many couples. Probably the main theme of the book can be condensed down to communication. Women need to communicate. Take care of their feelings, don't dismiss or mak...more
Duc
I've been reading and reading books but no body addresses this problem of the Silent Treatment that women sometimes give us.
'What women want men to know' is a book by Babara De Angelis seems to say that the problem is to prevent the silent treatment.
I think it is a very good practical book. She mentions the problem of Time. How men and women perceive time differently. Women's nature is to be creative not controlling. Men interpret these as controlling. Women think about their love ones 24/7, m...more
Kimball
Jul 08, 2014 Kimball rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Kimball by: Larry Hansen
I liked how this book was written for the intent that both genders can learn and apply the teachings in it. The author also has an entertaining voice. I read this while working on an easy project for the City.
Wes Larson
Momen are no longer quite so mysterious. Complex, yes. Mysterious, no.

This book has helped me to understand a lot of the "incomprehensible" things that my first wife said and did. And I now understand why she reacted to some of my behaviors the way she did.
It also gives me a basis for understanding my current wife. It's amazing how much more I can understand her behaviors because of the information in this book.

The author repeatedly states that not all of the information applies to all women, b...more
Alaa  Alradi
truly what women want men to know and the last star because there is it , please say and write more in our behalf
Eric Tracy
What this book conveyed to me, more than anything else, was that men are jerks. In fact I got into an e-mail discussion with Barbara De Angelis about this because I honestly couldn't believe that men were like this. A real eye-opener! I kept identifying with the woman's viewpoint and found it hard to accept that other men are the way she says they are in the book. I remember it being mildly disturbing, even as I knew how callous some men could be. I honestly thought that the average guy was bett...more
Chris
Not so sure about this book; traded heavily on gender stereotypes. Apparently, I am a woman.

But, that is probably to be expected. No, the issue with the book is that it has no real insights, but instead seems to focus on "secrets" which have more to do with common sense than with anything else. There are a few ideas that bear reiteration in this book, but on the whole it is lack-luster.
Cruz-William Castillo
Horrible book. Horrible examples. Horrible lessons. Horrible author. She's been married five times and I don't know why she thinks she can give advice on what works cause it obviously did not work for her. Perhaps this book can be taken as a what not to do or pay attention to in order to make your relationship work. Would not recommend this at all.
Ted

I do not know what to say. Some good points, very POOR delivery, "right Ladies?". I have suggested to Laurelee that she read it and we can discuss what things in it we can use for ourselves.
Jason
Interesting book, and most of her opinions on how women think seem to be generally accurate. My biggest problem is she still doesn't seem to understand how men think and communicate.
Khalid
Just another book that discusses relationships and the common misunderstandings men have about men. The book is an interesting read, and gives good advice.
Mike
very good book for both men and women ..asme as all of her books.. yes thiers one for you women .. from us men.. what men want women to know...
Cassandra Kay Silva
Well that was lame. I do honestly know a few women this would apply to though. But don't know if I care enough to bother beyond that.
محمدرضا ملایی
به اون هایی که می خوای برای روابط زناشویی سرمایه گذاری کنن توصیه می کنم , ایرادش اینه که از دیدگاه اومانیستی نوشته شده
Andy
I must have gotten a copy written in another language! Pure gibberish! Didn't understand a single thing!
عاطفه ابراهیمی
واسه خانوم ها و آقایون متاهل خوندن این کتاب از نون شب واجب تره!
خیلی چیزا میگه که زندگیتون رو عوض میکنه!
Muhammad Iqbal
It is another good insight of how women works on women's perspective.
Lindsay Patton
Helped my now-fiance to understand me better when we started dating.
Nariman Naghib
Mar 29, 2007 Nariman Naghib rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everybody
A Handbook of women...Real women!a must-read for every REAL man!
Kevin Mcnulty
My mom sent it to me... guess she thinks I need it.
فرشته Lili
خودمون و دیگران رو بشناسیم!
Hossein
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Barbara De Angelis Ph.D. is one of the most influential teachers of our time in the field of relationships and personal growth. For the past twenty-five years, she has reached tens of millions of people throughout the world with her positive messages about love, happiness and the search for meaning in our lives. As a best-selling author, popular television personality and sought after motivational...more
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