What Men Won't Tell You but Women Need to Know
Bob Berkowitz is not afraid to ask frank, intimate questions. Now he gets honest answers from that most perplexing, emotionally guarded, and enigmatic of species, the American male. A veteran journalist and renowned relationship expert, he has interviewed men of all ages and backgrounds about their innermost secrets—and he reports all in this unique, no-holds-barred volume...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 1st 1991 by Avon
(first published January 1990)
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Torn between saying i liked the book and saying it was just ok. It does a very good job of explaining 'men dont think like women, once you accept that you can start translating'. And for that alone I will give it three stars. I suspect we are all looking for that rosetta stone that will allow the sexes to understand each other...but if the confusion were gone then so would 70% of the plot lines of modern fiction.
So far, I've found that I do everything wrong. I add competition to his already competitive life and I do not cheer-lead. It makes sense and Berkowitz says it in a very understandable (and slightly less offending way than I) but I'm still raw from the idea that things I pride myself on are actually keeping me from a possibly good relationship. It repeats a lot of stuff over and over again, but I guess I shouldn't be surprised, seeing as how the author compares men and women as simple and more co...more