He's Just Not That Into You - Liz Tuccillo Reviews
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Newest Review: ... read the book out of order, starting with the second in the series 'It's called a breakup because it's broken' which was ... more
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by - written on 13/02/10, updated on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I was given this book as a present recently, and although I was not overjoyed I felt I simply had to give it a chance. I was not disappointed! Although I'm still a teenager, I have spent years chasing the wrong guys and my only regret is not reading this sooner! My earlier years would have been much more hassle free if I'd known what to look out for when he's just not that into you. This book reinforces a woman's self worth, as it's nothing we as women do; it's just the morons for guys we know! The book is set out in concise chapters that are short enough for you to pick up and read whenever. The author includes a wide range of letters from women ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/09 (Very useful, 6 readings)
I received a copy of this book free with a recent copy of Glamour magazine. I was interested to read it, having been a big fan of Sex and the City (the authors were both script writers on the series) and being a single gal in her 30's. I wasn't sure I would be able to learn anything from the book and also thought it was a bit of a 'one message' book and wouldn't be able to sustain a whole book. However it is written in a very lively and witty style. It is also very honest. It is divided up into sections eg. 'He's not that into you if he's not dating you' and then goes through various scenarios and then Greg Behrendt whill explain why ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Finally I have found the answer to men! This book is superb! From the relationship consultants of Sex in the City comes the book that every girl has been waiting for, the book that aims to explain why men act the way they do! The first in a series of three books aimed at women and relationships this book was fantastic. I perhaps read the book out of order, starting with the second in the series 'It's called a breakup because it's broken' which was given to me by a friend. After thinking this was possibly one of the best reads ever, I simply had to get the other books in the series. He's Just Not That Into You (2005) offers realistic, practical advice on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/09 (Very useful, 9 readings)
At some point in our lives, most women had probably experienced one of these situations: We meet a guy and and flirt and we're sure he really likes us. Trouble is that he doesn't call or either asks you out to a date. So, we began making excuses - perhaps his pet died. Perhaps he's busy and so on ad nauseum. Wait a minute here ladies. Before we all turn into a nervous wreck, obsessing over some guy the authors Greg Behrendth and Liz Tuccillo has got an answer for us: He's not just that into you. It's so amazingly simple. The book comes up with lots of dating situations but the answer is all the same. If a guy he's really into you he'll ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/09, updated on 13/11/09 (Useful, 16 readings)
In my opinion this book does what you expect it to, it tells you what you've probably always known deep down, but haven't wanted to admit to yourself - sometimes that guy that treats you badly / acts strangely is " just not that into you." The book also shows you that although women do occasionally tell themselves that "this man is different" / "I am the one that can change him" / "he is the exception to the rule" then they are probably wrong... The book is set out as a series of agony aunt style letters from desperate women who are based in the USA. A male writer (who works as a writer for 'Sex and the City') then ... Read the complete review
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