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Make him chase you...Until you catch him. Never shy and always laugh-out-loud funny, Sherry Argov's Why Men Marry Bitches is a sharp-witted manifesto that shows women how to transform a casual relationship into a committed one. With the grittiest of girlfriend-to-girlfriend detail, Argov removes the kid gloves and explains why being extra nice doesn't necessarily mean Make him chase you...Until you catch him. Never shy and always laugh-out-loud funny, Sherry Argov's Why Men Marry Bitches is a sharp-witted manifesto that shows women how to transform a casual relationship into a committed one. With the grittiest of girlfriend-to-girlfriend detail, Argov removes the kid gloves and explains why being extra nice doesn't necessarily mean he'll be more devoted. The guide shares real-life "no holds barred" interviews with men who answer the following in raw detail: How do men manipulate a relationship to keep it casual? Do men deliberately push women's emotional buttons? How can she convince him commitment was his idea? How can she invite a proposal without saying a word? Whether you are single, married, recently separated, or just fed up with your family members telling you to fetch a husband because time is running out, Why Men Marry Bitches is the must-have guide that will show you how to exude confidence, win his heart, and get the love and respect you deserve.


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Make him chase you...Until you catch him. Never shy and always laugh-out-loud funny, Sherry Argov's Why Men Marry Bitches is a sharp-witted manifesto that shows women how to transform a casual relationship into a committed one. With the grittiest of girlfriend-to-girlfriend detail, Argov removes the kid gloves and explains why being extra nice doesn't necessarily mean Make him chase you...Until you catch him. Never shy and always laugh-out-loud funny, Sherry Argov's Why Men Marry Bitches is a sharp-witted manifesto that shows women how to transform a casual relationship into a committed one. With the grittiest of girlfriend-to-girlfriend detail, Argov removes the kid gloves and explains why being extra nice doesn't necessarily mean he'll be more devoted. The guide shares real-life "no holds barred" interviews with men who answer the following in raw detail: How do men manipulate a relationship to keep it casual? Do men deliberately push women's emotional buttons? How can she convince him commitment was his idea? How can she invite a proposal without saying a word? Whether you are single, married, recently separated, or just fed up with your family members telling you to fetch a husband because time is running out, Why Men Marry Bitches is the must-have guide that will show you how to exude confidence, win his heart, and get the love and respect you deserve.

30 review for Why Men Marry Bitches: A Woman's Guide to Winning Her Man's Heart

  1. 4 out of 5

    La-Lionne

    I read these sort of books from time to time just to see how far we've come when it comes to gender equality. If this book is anything to go by, not far at all, if any. Majority of the books I've read on this subject revolves around either "Let the man take care of you" or "All men are shit." This book sways towards the latter. Before I started reading this book I thought it was going to be a funny take on relationships between men and women. Because that's the impression I got after reading the I read these sort of books from time to time just to see how far we've come when it comes to gender equality. If this book is anything to go by, not far at all, if any. Majority of the books I've read on this subject revolves around either "Let the man take care of you" or "All men are shit." This book sways towards the latter. Before I started reading this book I thought it was going to be a funny take on relationships between men and women. Because that's the impression I got after reading the blurb. It was not. The research on the book was done by interviewing a mysterious group of a "hundred men" who asked to keep their identity private, but desperately wanted the author to pass the word to the women of the world, watching TV and google (or articles one my stumble on why searching for shit). The unfunniest thing of all, and the bit that pissed me off, was that the author kept quoting celebrities. Whom, I bet my left leg ,she has never met (or ever will in real life) and that raised the question mark on how credible some of her statements were. The part in the book that made the smoke come out of my ears was when she quoted Bill Cosby, like he was some kind of relationship guru. Don't even get me started on that because we gonna be here all day. Fuck this shit. Sure, the book was written before the whole Cosby shitstorm. But still, it just shows the credibility of her research. Basing your research on relationships watching TV and reading magazines? For the most part, if felt like she was just pulling bullcrap out of the bull's ass. Her thoughts on why and how women go into the relationship are stone age old. Even though the author herself never says this directly, you can't interpret some of her statements other than being outdated and old fashioned. The book starts with the author telling a reader that her book is not a book on how to get a man to walk you down the aisle, not like a book you've read tons of times before. It's a modern take on relationships between men and women. And then you read this: "This book is about how to capture his heart (emphasized with italic lettering) so you have the power to choose the outcome you want." She then goes on saying that basically, don't try to please a man, do the apposite, act like you don't care and all men will start chasing you (they will want to marry you). "Men tend to feel at ease with a woman who doesn't care so much because then he doesn't have to be fully responsible for someone else's happiness." Which goes against what she said earlier in the book about woman always playing games with men. Because she indirectly tell's women not to care so men will find them interesting. Be a bitch (I still don't get her definition of it. If it was her attempt at being funny, she failed miserably.) The words "strong", "confidant" and "be yourself" were used, but the "advice" that fallowed contradicted it all when author said that women should come across as uninterested so the man will want to be with you. Just to clarify, I din't finish the book, I made to 30% of it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    I accidentally bought this book on my kindle when I was preview reading it. So, I figured I'd give it a shot. I'm in a long term relationship and I needed a little advice anyway. Although most of her tips are pretty obvious, they are good reminders. There were moments in the book where I thought it was hilarious, moments when I thought it was just dumb, and moments when I found myself frustrated with her advice. The frustration came from the fact that there are so many games men play with women I accidentally bought this book on my kindle when I was preview reading it. So, I figured I'd give it a shot. I'm in a long term relationship and I needed a little advice anyway. Although most of her tips are pretty obvious, they are good reminders. There were moments in the book where I thought it was hilarious, moments when I thought it was just dumb, and moments when I found myself frustrated with her advice. The frustration came from the fact that there are so many games men play with women (deliberate or not). But, she's right, and she's shooting straight. If I had to sum it all up in a simple explanation, I think that the bottom line of the book is that men love an independent woman. A woman that will make her own money. Hang her own pictures. Change her own oil. That kind of woman. A woman that is willing to put him off for her favorite yoga class or leave him for a weekend on a girls trip. A woman that is confident enough in who she is to let him have his boys nights out without any strings attached. A woman who is willing to walk out the door with dignity (not drama) if she is rightfully disrespected. This book was very cheesy and a super easy read. However, I will go back and reference it again when I need a little relationship pep talk. It was just what I needed.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    This book has a totally misleading title. I didn't read it to learn how to "catch a man." Rather, I picked it up because I was intrigued by all of the "top secret" male insight that the author promises. Earlier this year, I went out with a guy who was constantly jerking me around. After kicking him to the curb swiftly, I read this book to get insight into what was going on inside his head. I totally agree with the reviewer below who said that no one should ever put up with manipulation. This book has a totally misleading title. I didn't read it to learn how to "catch a man." Rather, I picked it up because I was intrigued by all of the "top secret" male insight that the author promises. Earlier this year, I went out with a guy who was constantly jerking me around. After kicking him to the curb swiftly, I read this book to get insight into what was going on inside his head. I totally agree with the reviewer below who said that no one should ever put up with manipulation. Manipulation = lack of respect = juvenile = unhappy relationship. I think it's a sad commentary on the American dating scene that someone had to write a book reminding women that it's OK to stand up for themselves. This book gives some good dating/relationship advice, but a lot of it is stuff that I already knew and was already doing. The interesting parts (to me) were when the author explained WHY men behave like dogs. (Apparently they are trying to make you prove that you will be a worthy wife and not a pushover.) I still don't think I'd want to date the type of man described in this book because it's very tiring to be constantly proving yourself to him. But now I know how to spot his type sooner and how to handle him IF I decide that I like him and want the relationship to progress.

  4. 5 out of 5

    cindymon

    Want a man to propose? Be a bitch.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Soulfire

    The kind of man this book is trying to help you "catch" is not the sort of man I would want. The only good relationship principle she had was the the last one: "He doesn't marry a woman who puts him on a throne. He marries a woman who is his equal...that special woman whom he can share all of life's special moments with." Marriage should be a partnership with both parties going into it with their eyes open, but if a woman has spent the entire time trying to be mysterious, giving a little then The kind of man this book is trying to help you "catch" is not the sort of man I would want. The only good relationship principle she had was the the last one: "He doesn't marry a woman who puts him on a throne. He marries a woman who is his equal...that special woman whom he can share all of life's special moments with." Marriage should be a partnership with both parties going into it with their eyes open, but if a woman has spent the entire time trying to be mysterious, giving a little then pulling back, he won't know all that she really is. Maybe I got lucky and found the one man who is not like all other men, but I honestly doubt it. My husband thought the information in this book was laughable and didn't apply to him or any of the men he knows.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Argov

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  7. 5 out of 5

    Su

    I happened to enjoy reading Why Men Marry Bitches even more than Why Men Love Bitches. I found myself nodding and sometimes laughing out loud during the read. But that didn't necessarily mean I agreed with all of her relationship principles. Even though the writer claimed in the very beginning that this book wasn't about manipulating men, some of her relationship advices were contradicting. But what I liked the most was the last chapter where she said how women should change her own lens and I happened to enjoy reading Why Men Marry Bitches even more than Why Men Love Bitches. I found myself nodding and sometimes laughing out loud during the read. But that didn't necessarily mean I agreed with all of her relationship principles. Even though the writer claimed in the very beginning that this book wasn't about manipulating men, some of her relationship advices were contradicting. But what I liked the most was the last chapter where she said how women should change her own lens and sharpen her focus. I've been in this relationship for so long and I kept wondering why my man has changed over the years. After reading this book, I realized that it wasn't only him who changed but I did too. When we started going out, I was confident, independent and I had a happy life with or without him. But over time, my life started to blend in with his life and my schedules with his, and after years, I felt like I couldn't imagine my life without him anymore. And that's where all the problems started. I panicked and I eventually became the "nice girl" in Sherry Argov's books. I kept asking my man why, oh, why he had to become different and I also complained a million times that I wanted the guy from the beginning of our relationship back. A friend of mine who read this book first kept telling me how I shouldn't act like that; she asked me to not always answer his calls or not prioritize him in my life. What she said was right but it didn't help me at that time because I felt like I wasn't being myself. The nice girl that I was, I didn't want to play games. I wanted to be who I was and if he was the right guy, he could take it or leave it. But you know what the problem was? I didn't mean the "leave it" part. That's how I felt unsure about some of her advices; unless you felt wholly secure about yourself, being the "bitch" would just be an act. In order to act like one, you have to become one. And I wish that the advice about changing your own lens and sharpening your focus would come first in this book. What I also would like to add was that, you shouldn't become a "bitch" because men want to love/marry her. You should become a "bitch" because that's who you should be with or without a man. But I wouldn't have seen it that clearly without having read this book and I'm glad that I did. With that in mind, I really hope most of the advices in this book could remind me throughout my life and improve my view on how I see myself or behave in the future. "However, seeing yourself through a positive lens is the best chance at happiness you’ve got. Enjoy every day. Live it to the fullest. Be positive. Love yourself. And screw what anyone else thinks if they don’t approve of you. Don’t let anyone darken your doorstep. Otherwise, when you get married, you will still be unhappy and, like Marilyn Monroe, you will feel like you belong in the gutter."

  8. 4 out of 5

    Siriss

    I reserve the one star rating for books that were purely a waste of time and actually upsetting because zero stars might lead one to think I just didn't rate it. This book was wretched. I have no idea why I picked it up. I was at borders just standing there and there it was and I grabbed it and started flipping through it and was utterly appalled. A good 90% of her conclusions as to how men feel or think or will react are completely off. And if any woman I was with acted in the manner she I reserve the one star rating for books that were purely a waste of time and actually upsetting because zero stars might lead one to think I just didn't rate it. This book was wretched. I have no idea why I picked it up. I was at borders just standing there and there it was and I grabbed it and started flipping through it and was utterly appalled. A good 90% of her conclusions as to how men feel or think or will react are completely off. And if any woman I was with acted in the manner she proposes I'd be totally put off not to mention if I found out it was part of some ploy, I'd turn around and say bye. Even the stupid things like saying, "You are so smart." Sure it seems like a nice thing but honestly on a date when a woman starts making obtuse statements like that I think she's either not paying attention or specifically trying to stroke my ego because she can't think of anything pertinent or interesting to respond with. I like people thinking I'm smart as much as anybody else but it bests comes out on a date through engaging conversation rather than blanket statements from someone that really hasn't had the time to know me. Honestly, this author is just plain dense and while I've never picked up one of those women-self-help books before, I now know why they are so made fun of.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dana Al-Basha دانة الباشا

    [Tuesday, October 16, 2012] A friend of mine recommended this book to me. I felt lost and angry and bitter when it came to guys so the only way to overcome this phase according to my friend was reading this smart book. Let me tell you this, my friend was right. That was fun to read and it gave me another take in the world of men and how they think. I haven't read book 1 but I heard they are slimier so there is no point. In any case, this is a good book. I recommend it to girls and women. [‎Tuesday, ‎October ‎16, ‎2012] A friend of mine recommended this book to me. I felt lost and angry and bitter when it came to guys so the only way to overcome this phase according to my friend was reading this smart book. Let me tell you this, my friend was right. That was fun to read and it gave me another take in the world of men and how they think. I haven't read book 1 but I heard they are slimier so there is no point. In any case, this is a good book. I recommend it to girls and women.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Carrie

    In this self-help book, "bitch" refers to a classy lady who doesn't take shit from men. It was kind of amusing, an easy read and made sense in some parts. The downside was, a lot of it seemed to be like a strategy for manipulating a man. I would have liked the book better if it didn't seem to assume the reader is only following directions to trap a man.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    All I can say is: it works! The parts I've tried, anyway. If you have to choose between this book and Dr. Laura's The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands, definitely go with this one. (But read both to get a balance.) No other book has ever given me such practical relationship advice. As a good Mormon girl, I've always been taught that good marriages come from overlooking each others' faults, and I've always interpreted that to mean I'm supposed to suck whatever up. That was the gist of Dr. All I can say is: it works! The parts I've tried, anyway. If you have to choose between this book and Dr. Laura's The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands, definitely go with this one. (But read both to get a balance.) No other book has ever given me such practical relationship advice. As a good Mormon girl, I've always been taught that good marriages come from overlooking each others' faults, and I've always interpreted that to mean I'm supposed to suck whatever up. That was the gist of Dr. Laura's book, except that she only held wives and not husbands to that counsel. This book taught me how to expect respect -- without being b****y, ironically. It gives a formula for voicing legitimate complaints in such a way that makes a man receptive to them. In a way, the book is about marketing yourself, making your target customer think you might be too good for him. Why else are you not constantly calling him to check on his whereabouts? Why else are you not home pining for him when he returns late? Why else are you not making over your wardrobe in his personal style (as if he has any)? In a way, it's not about being a b****; it's about being kind, happy, and independent. It's also about not allowing yourself to be manipulated into thinking you're crazy for expecting to be treated civilly, and not allowing yourself to lose your composure in such a way that makes the guy feel you're even for whatever screw-up he did that set you off. Although this was written for single girls, I found a lot of it applies to a marriage. The whole chapter on sex would not (or should not ;) ) apply to the Mormon dating scene, but I thought it would have been interesting to implement the advice as newlyweds. Anyway, this book was a blessing. Can I say that, given the title?

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mara Kartiwa

    I was hanging out at my mom's when i found this book on her nightstand,,, i guess she was or is looking for a new husband,,, i don't know,,, anyways,,, i took a look at it and couldn't put it down,,, a very easy and fun book to read,,, although i am not sure whether this book was supposed to be amusing but i laughed all the way,,, however, my thought is that what is presented by the author in this book does not apply to most indonesian men,,, why dont you read it and have a say about it,,,

  13. 5 out of 5

    Saint

    The title was very misleading It is not about catching a someone rather it is about choosing oneself and prioritizing it. BITCH B : Babe I : in T: total C: control of H: herself The book is actually helpful on how to be a more stable , in control and confident female. Add to it how to deal with certain common male traits . A Highly recommend read with your girlfriends ..

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mona Ali

    Be yourself and you make your own white horse, because no one else will. Love isn't the magic answer for your problem

  15. 5 out of 5

    Piper

    My friend recommended this book to me because she thought it sounded like me, so I may be a little prejudiced. I picked up this book before I realised there was a why men love bitches, and being young marriage is the furthest thing on my mind. Nevertheless I loved this book, Sherry covered everything you need to know and even gives you ideas of what to say in certain circumstances, i.e. when you're disrespected/your date shows up late etc. I honestly do not understand the hate for this book at My friend recommended this book to me because she thought it sounded like me, so I may be a little prejudiced. I picked up this book before I realised there was a why men love bitches, and being young marriage is the furthest thing on my mind. Nevertheless I loved this book, Sherry covered everything you need to know and even gives you ideas of what to say in certain circumstances, i.e. when you're disrespected/your date shows up late etc. I honestly do not understand the hate for this book at all. As far as I can see this book is about making women realise they don't need to dote on their men to have a happy ending. Even the tagline, "make him chase you until you catch him" is a little misleading.To me, this was a wonderful book celebrating self-esteem and healthy relationships, a wakeup call for women to realise they're more than just the guy they're seeing. I've given it to all my friends who were pushovers in their relationships and they are much happier for it, and so are their men! Five stars!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I love this book... I am the type of girl that loves to read the obvious - common sense stuff - to make sure that I am in the game and doing it right! This book is full of great advice for women - there are defintely women out there who need to read this book!! Sherry Argov really gives great insight on how men think and act, and how women should react. It's been a while since I read it, 2005 I believe, during a trip to Mexico with the girls - but I can remember appreciating the authors words and I love this book... I am the type of girl that loves to read the obvious - common sense stuff - to make sure that I am in the game and doing it right! This book is full of great advice for women - there are defintely women out there who need to read this book!! Sherry Argov really gives great insight on how men think and act, and how women should react. It's been a while since I read it, 2005 I believe, during a trip to Mexico with the girls - but I can remember appreciating the authors words and insight on why men prefer "CONFIDENT WOMEN". Definitely recommended to the weaker of the gender, but also recommended to all women who need a reminder of common sense, strength, truth, reverse psychology and being a player for the pink team! A good guide for those who have room for improvement.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Robbin Risley

    I read this book expecting it to be more of a psychological exploration of power in relationships, and i fault myself for being so wrong. I can see how this book would help some women, but there was not one piece of useful advice in here for me. I was really unimpressed with the way this book suggests women use tactics to land a man. If you are considering marriage, it should be a decision equally balanced on both people, and not something a man rewards you with for being who he chooses. Even I read this book expecting it to be more of a psychological exploration of power in relationships, and i fault myself for being so wrong. I can see how this book would help some women, but there was not one piece of useful advice in here for me. I was really unimpressed with the way this book suggests women use tactics to land a man. If you are considering marriage, it should be a decision equally balanced on both people, and not something a man rewards you with for being who he chooses. Even the section on learning to like who you are, a great message, is cheapened with the hidden agenda of liking yourself so a man will like you. Not my cup of tea.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Kelly

    These books crack me up.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tripleguess

    I read this book a few weeks ago, so the details are a little fuzzy, but I've had time to think about some of its premises. (Btw, I disagree with her definition of the b-word. Completely. That aside...) I appreciated knowing about the "holding pattern" men try to put women into -- sadly, they do this to women they are not interested in marrying and only want to keep around as a teddy bear. I can't agree more with the solution: get out! I appreciated hearing -- finally -- that men do not per se I read this book a few weeks ago, so the details are a little fuzzy, but I've had time to think about some of its premises. (Btw, I disagree with her definition of the b-word. Completely. That aside...) I appreciated knowing about the "holding pattern" men try to put women into -- sadly, they do this to women they are not interested in marrying and only want to keep around as a teddy bear. I can't agree more with the solution: get out! I appreciated hearing -- finally -- that men do not per se find sluttiness exciting or special; on the contrary, the author says, the more a guy thinks you've "been around," the less special he feels about "jumping into the pool (with everyone else)." I'm sure there are plenty of people out there who will argue with that one, sexual liberation, choices, experience, excitement, blah blah blah. I always thought dressing provocatively showed a certain desperation and low self-esteem, and it's interesting that at least some men think so too. On the other hand, I find her suggestions for handling male manipulation ludicrous -- not because they probably wouldn't work, but because I don't think anyone should EVER put up with manipulation! If a guy I was interested in wanted to tell me all about the (probably non-existant) secretary at work who was dying to climb into his lap, he'd soon find himself talking to the wall. I'm not stooping to the same level; I wouldn't make up an equally imaginary bodybuilder who wanted to take me to Europe. (Puh-lease.) If he's not secure and competent enough within himself to "research" how much I care about him without beating me up emotionally, I don't want him. I'm very good at messing with my own head, thank you very much. No one else gets to do it. Also her suggestions for not caring about a guy you've slept with -- hello -- from my conservative background, and from my chosen beliefs and lifestyle, I can only say STUPID. Don't sleep with a guy til he's proven he cares -- with a wedding band. Anything less than that is hot air. In the end, the book made me sad. If you have to become the kind of tough-as-nails woman who doesn't "need" a man in order to "get" one, what's the point of being a woman? Not that a woman should ever compromise herself for the sake of "a relationship," but is it really necessary to be so self-absorbed that (realistically speaking) you have no room for someone else in your life? Can't a teensy bit of vulnerability survive...?

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lovecytes

    I like her first book better. This one is basically a repetitive to Why Men Love Bitches(WMLB) but this one was written in lousy way. There is nothing new in this book. Its boring. In why Men Love Bitches (WMLV), I agree with her points almost 98% (2% points less because I do not agree about she telling women not to cook full course meal for men....Because for me, I'll do it, I cook what ever I want, no matter how hard or long it takes to cook what I want to cook, I cook because it makes me I like her first book better. This one is basically a repetitive to Why Men Love Bitches(WMLB) but this one was written in lousy way. There is nothing new in this book. Its boring. In why Men Love Bitches (WMLV), I agree with her points almost 98% (2% points less because I do not agree about she telling women not to cook full course meal for men....Because for me, I'll do it, I cook what ever I want, no matter how hard or long it takes to cook what I want to cook, I cook because it makes me happy and I love it. So, who cares if my men dont appreciate it, because I cook it for my own happiness, at the first place). However, this book (WMMB) makes me sad....It seems that she tried to transform us, women, into some intolerant creatures who cant use her logical mind or even being practical....This book seems to cancel out all positive vibes I seeded into my soul which was driven by her first book. I was just broke up with my man when I first read her first book (WMLB), and it motivated me, that, with WMLB, I managed to get out of the blues in very short period. But her second book, this book (WMMB)....it makes me feel otherwise....and i feel weak. YES...its true, we have to be affirmative, we have to have pride, we should not depends our happiness on men, we cant tolerate or take BS from men, ...but sometimes, we just have to flow with the blow. It stressed me out, by reading this book,it kindda makes me lost, that I can no longer makes my/the right decision. We women, we have this extra aerial that allow us to sense that something is wrong, sometimes we need to follow our gut, unfortunately this gut we have are not usually obeying her principles in WMMB. Thats why women are special. My advice, DONT BE WEAK, BUT DONT BE TOO STUBBORN EITHER. Love yr man, but love yourself too, at least as equally as you love your men. Never love yourself lesser, and never be selfish too.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Primaditya Riesta

    At the first time I saw this book, thought it can explain the phenomenon that happened in my office. Where There was a kind of slutty girl with tacky style which I just can't believe she is bachelor degree from accounting major (sorry I am a mean girl). She act like she cheapen herself , from her wardrobe, style, gesture, and also language. My friends kinda got annoyed with her, but for me she was so entertaining, everyday I wondering what she'll wear today. Lace stocking with big rose pattern, At the first time I saw this book, thought it can explain the phenomenon that happened in my office. Where There was a kind of slutty girl with tacky style which I just can't believe she is bachelor degree from accounting major (sorry I am a mean girl). She act like she cheapen herself , from her wardrobe, style, gesture, and also language. My friends kinda got annoyed with her, but for me she was so entertaining, everyday I wondering what she'll wear today. Lace stocking with big rose pattern, wash out jacket jeans and blink blink pinky t-shirt or fit body black shirt, with legging, and big plastic flower over flowing her head. Somehow that super tacky & slutty girl, can easily get man. Even her boss also wondered the same thing, not even the girls even the male staffs wondered how does a girl like her can get big fish acquaintance /dating friend. Fyi her dating friends always western (European, US, Ausie) male upper management level. So all of us getting curious how did this phenomenon can be happened ?. and I thought this book can answer my question, but I only end up with explanation with role model of girl that almost similar like me, like my behave (independent, carefree, careless)... should I make my own research to find answer of my question ... ????

  22. 5 out of 5

    Miranda

    Oh, my. If I could give this book a negative rating, I would. Poorly written (I don't think this woman knows how to use a compound, complex sentence), poor examples, poor advice to any self respecting woman (men don't want a damsel in distress, but never kill a bug around a man; pretend like bugs gross you out and that he MUST kill the bug. Don't play games but when he calls, don't pick up the phone; don't allow him to think you were waiting for his call. ) What the holy hell? Why did I finish Oh, my. If I could give this book a negative rating, I would. Poorly written (I don't think this woman knows how to use a compound, complex sentence), poor examples, poor advice to any self respecting woman (men don't want a damsel in distress, but never kill a bug around a man; pretend like bugs gross you out and that he MUST kill the bug. Don't play games but when he calls, don't pick up the phone; don't allow him to think you were waiting for his call. ) What the holy hell? Why did I finish this book...I guess it is so I can poke holes in most of her arguments.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Summary: Just enjoy your life, be independent and know that you are very wonderful and valuable...Don't show your low self-esteem. By believing you are precious, you make others think like that too. I believe I can be a woman like that, who can enjoy my life and be happy, with or without a man.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Zeenat Mahal

    I'm giving it 4 stars because it's a rehashing of the first book and the first book was great! But if you've read the first no need to buy this one!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Syl

    This book is all about: I picked this book up, because it sounded fun. And it turned out to be funny and enlightening in a lot of ways. Although most of the tips in this book were pretty obvious, they were good reminders. The good thing about this book is that you learn all the 'big secrets' from Men. Their way of flirting, their way of thinking(kinda) and their way to manipulate. So to be equal in everything,-even in dating- the author tells the women how to manipulate as well. What I actually This book is all about: I picked this book up, because it sounded fun. And it turned out to be funny and enlightening in a lot of ways. Although most of the tips in this book were pretty obvious, they were good reminders. The good thing about this book is that you learn all the 'big secrets' from Men. Their way of flirting, their way of thinking(kinda) and their way to manipulate. So to be equal in everything,-even in dating- the author tells the women how to manipulate as well. What I actually loved about this book is that it tells a woman to be confident. A woman is very much in charge in a relationship, as the man ! To be confident, to make your own decision, to have self-respect and to love yourself. All of these traits will get you the man of your dreams. Then why the hell am I giving this book only 3.5 stars ? Because first of all it is based on clichés ! The way the book threw all men in one big pot really disappointed me. Secondly,-and most importantly- I didn't like the idea that a woman should manipulate the boyfriend/date into marriage. Changing herself into something she's not, just to manipulate men really threw me off. It also contradicts the whole " be confident" agenda ! In the end I enjoyed reading the book, it was an easy read and I imagine it to be super fun to read with your girlfriends ! Favorite quote:" You are whole within yourself, and you don't need him to validate your self-worth"

  26. 5 out of 5

    Fayrooz

    I knew from the start it's a good book. There's so many points made clear in this book, some of them might not be true to what different cultures' traditions are built upon, but on a personal level I found some shining-gold aspects. I held to some Ideas as if they're the ultimate truth, but when I saw how these "truths" sound like and feel like when written in clear, direct words, you bet my world was rocked. Spending a month reading one book and Filling so many pages with quotes is not usually my I knew from the start it's a good book. There's so many points made clear in this book, some of them might not be true to what different cultures' traditions are built upon, but on a personal level I found some shining-gold aspects. I held to some Ideas as if they're the ultimate truth, but when I saw how these "truths" sound like and feel like when written in clear, direct words, you bet my world was rocked. Spending a month reading one book and Filling so many pages with quotes is not usually my style of reading, but I'm glad I did it. And I am going to continue like this. I highly recommend it

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dina Riadh

    Nothing new.. Part one was much better.. I can't believe there are people who reads this kind of stuff..

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Entertaining and actually good advice!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Eman Abd-Allah

    I was expecting bullshit about how to babysit a man so he doesnt leave, but actually the writer presented great values each woman should have. Such as confidence and independence, add to that her nice sense of humor that would make you enjoy the book anyway. I was expecting bullshit about how to babysit a man so he doesn’t leave, but actually the writer presented great values each woman should have. Such as confidence and independence, add to that her nice sense of humor that would make you enjoy the book anyway.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Teresa Comacchio

    I tried but just couldn't. I must be getting old.

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