Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, And Commitment
- Amistad Press
- Publication Date:
- 19 January 2012
- Dating, Relationships, Living Together & Marriage
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Insightful, funny and at times hilarious. Good read for my daughter of 20, at the beginning of her first serious relationship and for me, after almost 30 years spent with my husband. Eye opening and entertaining at the same time; in one word: Excellent!
Excellent book. He gives a few tips to women with a comedic twist. He really reinforces the 3 P that men follow in life when choosing their future wife. He says you should wait 90 days like if you were in a job to give a man the benefits. This was an excellent book that I finished in almost one day.
This book seems to tell us the male secrets and how we should deal with relationships or potential relationships. I for one intend to try it out because what i've been doing thus far hasn't really been working out for me. So what's to lose. He offers a lot of advice that I would tell my daughter as well.
At first, I was hesitant about selecting this item for a School Library Media Center’s collection but was pleased to see that it is recommended for ninth through twelfth graders by Follett’s Titlewave. In addition, when I read Kam Williams’ review his suggested target audience would fit most of the students who I have worked with in alternative school settings. Therefore, I might not recommend this book for all high school Media Centers but I would suggest it for populations where female students would be interested in reading a fun yet informative book about dating relationships and/or males who want to know what Steve Harvey is telling young ladies about them as this book would meet high interest and possibly low reading level in an urban setting.
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