Page Larkin’s Book of the Month- Men: say what?
What are men thinking?
The Self-Help-Yourself Book
Stroll down the aisles of your local independent bookstore and checkout the ever-expanding Relationship/Self Help section. Next, locate the burgeoning shelves for ‘Date-Mate-Fate’. Prepare to be initially dazzled then overwhelmed with myriad choices.
There are books for every facet of today’s dating society including straights, gays, bi-sexuals, try-sexuals, divorcés, polyamorous and polyglots, widows, trophy wives, and the list goes on.
You’ll see there are encyclopedias of advice, books on rules, spells, techniques, how-to-, what-not-to-do, when-to-do-what-with-whom books. Walk right past all those and look for the book
Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man by comedian and radio host, Steve Harvey.
In addition to a long lived, successful stand-up comedy career, Harvey – a man of many talents: Tv and radio – hosts call-in a radio show where people barrage him with questions about men, bosses, relationships, dating, in-laws and daily life. Fortunately for us, Harvey has gained some terrific insights and he wrote this perceptive book.
Since the Garden of Eden women have wondered what men are thinking. Eve must have frequently asked the other tenant on planet Earth: “What are you thinking?”
Harvey’s observations are sobering and prescient. You will be amused and educated.
The Date Watchers gather to compare notes on their dating conundrums, conquests and confusion. Bottom line: they all want to know what men are thinking. “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” is their required reading this month. Men will also totally benefit from reading the book, too. The Yoga Dudes at the Mindful Body have also made Harvey’s book required reading. Getting the two groups together for a de-briefing book review could be a sell-out. Stay tuned.
Harvey’s quick paced book addresses hot cha- cha- cha- topics like: why men do what they do; R- E- S- P-E-C-T is more than just a song title; and are you strong, independent and also Lonely? Solutions? See Chapter 11.Chapter 12 and Chapter 13.