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The Male Mind is Nothing Like You Imagine it to be Men use as many as 13,000 fewer words in any given day than women. This means that gestures, such as nodding the head are a great deal more significant to a man. His nod needs to mean something, and to him, it means he agrees with you. Let's use listening as an example. How Do Guys Listen? When a man is listening, he is focuse The Male Mind is Nothing Like You Imagine it to be Men use as many as 13,000 fewer words in any given day than women. This means that gestures, such as nodding the head are a great deal more significant to a man. His nod needs to mean something, and to him, it means he agrees with you. Let's use listening as an example. How Do Guys Listen? When a man is listening, he is focused on a particular problem that needs to be solved. He assumes you need something fixed. Every word you say is running through a ‘man filter’ that weeds out everything but ‘what can I do about this’? He lacks patience to hear your entire story. He’s looking for the parts of the conversation that pertain to his role. Once he’s figured that out, he is likely to jump in with a solution. Women, on the other hand, don’t necessarily talk to have a problem solved. The conversation alone can be all that’s necessary in a given situation. The fact that a man is listening may be enough for her and she has no need of an active solution to any problem. She needs to feel heard, which, in turn, makes her feel loved. Unfortunately, men don’t often get this. Bridge the Gap If you want someone to listen to you go on in detail about something, one of your female friends is going to be your best bet, but if you have a problem that needs to be solved, your man is all ears. Go ahead and feed him the details! He lives for that type of engagement with you. He shows you he loves you by helping you solve your problems. This is actually a biggie for men. No longer will you have to guess what he is thinking. Now you will know his untold secrets! In Part 1 Learn his Untold Secrets What he really wants Sex or no sex It's not about your looks it's about... Are we equal? This is why so many relationships fail How to see things through his eyes. Do this and get what you want! Part 2 Explains what you should want out of a man No, I’m not here to tell you what you individually should want from your next partner, but I will make some suggestions on things you might not have thought of so far. Obviously, you want the great guy. The problem is that the others can come disguised as a great guy. How can you tell them apart? Part 3 Getting where you need to be to attract a great man To the right man, it won’t matter if you have two tails attached to your ass. He will love you for the genuine person you are, tails and all. He won’t care that you are such an avid book reader that you’ve got your books double-stacked on your bookshelves. He won’t care that you’re so into your dog that the dog’s leash, collar and winter jacket are all personalized. I teach how to find the right guy! Part 4 Your Game Plan Here, we wrap up the book and start applying the principles learned! You've come a long way by books end and you will be chomping at the bit to reign in a guy! Click the BUY NOW button right now to start your journey to building yourself and then finding your man. You won’t regret it! About the Author Gregg Michaelsen is a top dating and life coach who focuses on helping women find great men by building them toward relationship success. Having sold more than 250,000 books, he has helped thousands of women understand men and themselves so they can enjoy the relationship of their dreams. His main goal is helping women find a great guy and keep him around forever! The Untold Secrets is just one of more than two dozen best-selling books focused on relationship building for women. Thousands of women have already benefited from reading Gregg's books! Now, you can too!


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The Male Mind is Nothing Like You Imagine it to be Men use as many as 13,000 fewer words in any given day than women. This means that gestures, such as nodding the head are a great deal more significant to a man. His nod needs to mean something, and to him, it means he agrees with you. Let's use listening as an example. How Do Guys Listen? When a man is listening, he is focuse The Male Mind is Nothing Like You Imagine it to be Men use as many as 13,000 fewer words in any given day than women. This means that gestures, such as nodding the head are a great deal more significant to a man. His nod needs to mean something, and to him, it means he agrees with you. Let's use listening as an example. How Do Guys Listen? When a man is listening, he is focused on a particular problem that needs to be solved. He assumes you need something fixed. Every word you say is running through a ‘man filter’ that weeds out everything but ‘what can I do about this’? He lacks patience to hear your entire story. He’s looking for the parts of the conversation that pertain to his role. Once he’s figured that out, he is likely to jump in with a solution. Women, on the other hand, don’t necessarily talk to have a problem solved. The conversation alone can be all that’s necessary in a given situation. The fact that a man is listening may be enough for her and she has no need of an active solution to any problem. She needs to feel heard, which, in turn, makes her feel loved. Unfortunately, men don’t often get this. Bridge the Gap If you want someone to listen to you go on in detail about something, one of your female friends is going to be your best bet, but if you have a problem that needs to be solved, your man is all ears. Go ahead and feed him the details! He lives for that type of engagement with you. He shows you he loves you by helping you solve your problems. This is actually a biggie for men. No longer will you have to guess what he is thinking. Now you will know his untold secrets! In Part 1 Learn his Untold Secrets What he really wants Sex or no sex It's not about your looks it's about... Are we equal? This is why so many relationships fail How to see things through his eyes. Do this and get what you want! Part 2 Explains what you should want out of a man No, I’m not here to tell you what you individually should want from your next partner, but I will make some suggestions on things you might not have thought of so far. Obviously, you want the great guy. The problem is that the others can come disguised as a great guy. How can you tell them apart? Part 3 Getting where you need to be to attract a great man To the right man, it won’t matter if you have two tails attached to your ass. He will love you for the genuine person you are, tails and all. He won’t care that you are such an avid book reader that you’ve got your books double-stacked on your bookshelves. He won’t care that you’re so into your dog that the dog’s leash, collar and winter jacket are all personalized. I teach how to find the right guy! Part 4 Your Game Plan Here, we wrap up the book and start applying the principles learned! You've come a long way by books end and you will be chomping at the bit to reign in a guy! Click the BUY NOW button right now to start your journey to building yourself and then finding your man. You won’t regret it! About the Author Gregg Michaelsen is a top dating and life coach who focuses on helping women find great men by building them toward relationship success. Having sold more than 250,000 books, he has helped thousands of women understand men and themselves so they can enjoy the relationship of their dreams. His main goal is helping women find a great guy and keep him around forever! The Untold Secrets is just one of more than two dozen best-selling books focused on relationship building for women. Thousands of women have already benefited from reading Gregg's books! Now, you can too!

35 review for The Untold Secrets of How Men Think and What They Want

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sara Rosenthal

    This book was ok but I mostly read it out of curiosity and because I enjoy the subject. I enjoy understanding what makes men and women tick and why we are often at odds. Unfortunately, this book is for someone who really has not explored this subject much already. It felt like basic advice that would be best for someone young and not having dated much or is not super self-aware. I admit when I was single and picking all the wrong men (Full disclosure this book is from a very heteronormative pers This book was ok but I mostly read it out of curiosity and because I enjoy the subject. I enjoy understanding what makes men and women tick and why we are often at odds. Unfortunately, this book is for someone who really has not explored this subject much already. It felt like basic advice that would be best for someone young and not having dated much or is not super self-aware. I admit when I was single and picking all the wrong men (Full disclosure this book is from a very heteronormative perspective, and in my opinion actually subscribes to some dated - no pun intended - principles that I think are not as universal as the author proclaims.) If anyone is old enough to have read The Rules, or Steve Harvey's book/ show, this author repackages some of that. I agree that some basic psychology stuff never changes, but I think a lot of this information is out there already. On a personal note, I did all the things he talks about, and by rights, I should have had an amazing dating life. For me, there was not too much new information, but a good basis for the uninitiated.

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