Understanding Men: Know What He's Really Thinking, Show Him You're the One, Why Men Pull Away, Why He's Afraid to Commit & How to Read Him Like a Book by Alex Altman

Understanding Men: Know What He's Really Thinking, Show Him You're the One, Why Men Pull Away, Why He's Afraid to Commit & How to Read Him Like a Book

By Alex Altman

  • Release Date: 2015-08-31
  • Genre: Psychology
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Description

Learn Secrets About How Men Think, What Their Words & Actions Really Mean That Most Women Will Never Know

It's time to learn the secrets about how men think and how to be that women he'll never want to let go. In Understanding Men, that's exactly what you'll get:

Learn The Secret Psychological Loophole In The Male Mind

•  The Key Differences Between Mature & Immature Men
•  How To Spot A Good Guy Worth Keeping
•  Understanding The Man That Wants To Capture Your Heart
•  Why Men Need Distance & How To Not Push Him Away
•  The 5 Questions To Find Out How Well A Man Handles Relationships
•  The Biggest Reason Men Run Away
•  7 Keys To Sharing Your Needs & Wants Without Turning Him Off
•  Two Types of Male Commitments

Discover How To Make Him Crave You & Keep His Attention

•  Why Men Cheat & How You Can Prevent It
•  The 7 Ways Women Make Men Lose Interest Slowly
•  The 6 Ways To Communicate Your Feelings & Bring Him Closer To You
•  Using The Power Of The Pussy To Communicate In The “Male Language”

How To Get The Guy & Show Him You’re The One

•  The Top Four Ways To Show Your Interest  In Him & Keep Him Interested
•  Learn Who’s In Charge Of The Relationship
•  What To Say & Do That Makes A Man Want To Commit
•  Do You Say These Things?… It Scares Men Away

Don’t hesitate to pick up your copy today by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page!

P.S. Don't let this relationship advice for women book go unless you never want to learn how to attract men by understanding how they think! These are the secrets about what men want women to know.

Reviews

  • Great for your ego!!!

    5
    By rbennflower
    Right on all accounts. Once we feel a bit of encouragement; Feeling a little left out, this quick read did a great job. Reminding me of all those hard fought lessons learned interacting with a few good men.
  • Let’s give them a break

    4
    By Rocheé
    Great book if you really have no clue about a guys mind.
  • Overall Insightful...

    4
    By clw101
    I read this book and I did feel most of the information was insightful. I believe Altman moved through each topic with intelligence and respect to both sexes. He explained the differences in men and women related to their upbringing, culture, sexuality, etc. I also felt that this book was up to date with the times, as millennial men and women do have a different approaches to relationships. However, there were multiple spelling and grammatical errors. As a woman, I have my own opinion regarding one of the things that was discussed in this book: when Altman discusses women who are successful and their man feels intimated-there is no need for a women to change her personality when she comes home from work just to make her man feel adequate. This is immature. A women who is highly successful has a strong work ethic and a “move up the ladder” personality. There is nothing wrong with this and a women shouldn’t feel that she needs to be more “soft” or “feminine” just cause her man isn’t as successful. Don’t dumb yourself down ladies!
  • Great 👍🏻

    5
    By 123 imran
    Easy read. I loved it..😅
  • Insightful

    4
    By kadmu
    I am in my late 30’s and was brought up around strong women. So, I am always this woman who tries to do it all unless I can’t. I was in a good relationship with a great guy who sort of patiently understood me and thought me how he does not mind me being in control , but taught me to let the man be a man as well. It was quite not easy but I got used to it eventually. (So much easier - no drama ) This is a good read to anyone who wants to sort of want to understand men.
  • This is a great book!

    5
    By Dance firehouse
    I love it!
  • Great read

    5
    By Candies33
    I learned a lot about myself and how to better my relationship.
  • It was helpful

    5
    By CrisJamie
    I love it I learn something new that I need to do it with my man
  • So many errors...

    2
    By Skycoder Sombra
    I do not feel I can take advice from someone who does not proofread their work before publishing it. This is not an insult to the author, merely a sincere criticism. If you are going to present yourself as a professional - wouldn’t you assume that the work is refined? Not this publisher. Grammatical/spelling errors abound, poor formatting. There were good pieces of advice (live in the moment, request instead of demanding, etc.) but the majority of the book was binary and broad brushing. A book of generalizations; assumptions of the reader and those they date instead of providing adaptable methods for any personality type or scenario. Asserting that finding others attractive assumes that an individual ponders cheating, then stating that a spouse would not give a sincere answer if asked if they’ve thought of cheating? Assuming that a man in a committed relationship will find other women attractive (reasonable) and then state that he instinctively wants to have sex with them but *chooses* not to? The author assumes men are incapable of mental and emotional desire for commitment and fidelity because they have “dirty thoughts” occasionally. The “attraction” to others versus the conscious desire to cheat but not doing so - as if it were some temptation they battled each time they found someone attractive. Not all men are like this. While all people will find others attractive, it does not assume that the person has active interest or thoughts on sleeping with them. Two stars. Had to stop at page 100, I couldn’t take it seriously anymore. Give men some more credit, this book dumbs them down to a biological level and discounts their ability to reason.
  • Very informative

    5
    By Jemiahj
    I’m trying to figure men out as well as myself. A male perspective is always appreciated. Thank you great read!

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