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Why Do I Have to Think Like a Man?: Knowing How to Be a Woman is What Will Teach Your Man How to Be a Man

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This page-turner leaves readers buzzing with oohs, ahhhs and OMG's from the first paragraph.
Written as a straight talk, no chaser retort to the Steve Harvey's runaway bestseller 'Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, ' Shanae Hall's 'Why Do I have To Think Like a Man?' is a fitting resounding response regarding men, sex, relationships and women getting
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Paperback, 210 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by Farrah Gray Publishing, Inc. (first published January 1st 2010)
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Serena
Apr 05, 2011 Serena rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book and am thinking about buying my own copy because it is right on time. It felt like I was hearing the voice of a trusted friend girl. Enjoyed the chapters "Setting Standards with a Capital S" and "Goodies Have Power, So Use Them Wisely." We shouldn't have to settle for less. I loved the life lessons that were throughout the book by the author.
Adrienna
This was a hilarious read. Shanae did share some of her instances with relationships and former marriage, so did coauthor too. Since I'm not married, it wasn't as easy to relate but understood. I had to really consider when men send poems, check Google to see if they took passages or the poem from elsewhere. "Why do married men approach single women?" was another concept to consider especially on social networking sites like Facebook! There were a couple other things I gathered from the book, bu ...more
Carah H
Sep 06, 2013 Carah H rated it did not like it
I was thoroughly disappointed in this book. I am literally throwing the book into the garbage (actually the recycle bin) after I finish this review. The concept of the book is great. A former NFL wife schools women on the TRUE rules of the dating game. And the cover is pretty well-designed, so I thought I'd be in for a treat. Unfortunately not. Both of the authors (Shanae Hall and Rhonda Frost, mother and daughter) are divorced, with no man. Yet they're telling the reader how to get a man, when ...more
Anita Dawson
Mar 14, 2013 Anita Dawson rated it really liked it
Interesting. After reading some of the stories of the things that women have done in relationships, I was apalled that many of them didn't have more common sense and see the writing on the wall in their failed relationships. But a my grandfather used to say; common sense ain't so common anymore. This book will help some women who aren't familiar with the men that play games, and I hope that if they are looking for a good self-help book that will help with them spot the signs.

I only read this bo
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Mel
Jul 01, 2013 Mel rated it liked it
Written in response to Steve Harvey's book "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man". Shanae Hall and Rhonda Frost share their personal stories of heartache when they didn't respect themselves or know to how. Nor did they know how to ask for what they wanted from men, in a relationship.
They share what men want; information they gathered from various men in their lives. Then they give information on what do do with this information including knowing your place. With knowing your place, (and you choose
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Nje
Feb 02, 2012 Nje rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed the sassy style of writing that these two ladies used. It felt like engaging in girl talk :). Got me smiling and exclaiming "so true!" all the way.
Lake
Mar 07, 2012 Lake rated it it was ok
This was more of a memoir than a self-help book. Every other page was a story about how one of the authors met some guy who was a liar, cheat, outrageous, etc. not a lot to take away that was useful.
Dodong
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Nikki
Mar 01, 2011 Nikki rated it it was ok
This was okay. Everything in it was common sense.
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