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by Greg Behrendt

eBook He's Just Not That Into You-the No-excuses Truth to Understanding Guys (Expanded export edition) download ISBN: 1416948678
Author: Greg Behrendt
Publisher: Simon & Schuster (2006)
Language: English
Pages: 187
ePub: 1358 kb
Fb2: 1551 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Relationships

Just kidding, he’s a good guy. The Maybe He Wants to Take It Slow Excuse. But at this point it seems like he’s just not that into you. Be his friend if you’re at all interested on that level, but move your romantic inclinations onto a more suitable future husband

Just kidding, he’s a good guy. Be his friend if you’re at all interested on that level, but move your romantic inclinations onto a more suitable future husband. He won’t keep you guessing, because he’ll want to make sure you don’t get frustrated and go away. The But He Gave Me His Number Excuse.

See? That's why I hate this book. According to the book, my main squeeze exhibited all the correct into you behavior, so I guess it's a good thing I went ahead and married the guy. And I think, for the most part, Greg is right about some of the excuses men give when it comes to dating.

Published December 26th 2006 by Gallery Books. The No Excuses Truth To Understanding Guys (Paperback). He's Just Not That Into You: The No Excuses Truth To Understanding Guys (Paperback). Published 2009 by HarperCollins. Paperback, 240 pages. Author(s): Greg Behrendt (Goodreads Author)

Newly expanded e. Simon Spotlight Entertainment trade pbk. ed.

Behrendt, Greg; Tuccillo, Liz. Publication date. Man-woman relationships, Men, Men, Rejection (Psychology), Communication. Newly expanded e. External-identifier. urn:acs6:hr:pdf:e0a-edc39bbb0bcf urn:acs6:hr:epub:c01-487af9c0bc44 urn:oclc:record:1035621088. University of Pennsylvania Franklin Library.

Greg Behrendt provides the insight you need to move on and find them. The stories you will read in this book are illustrative examples, not based on specific events or people. The idea behind ‘He’s Just Not That Into You’ came from a conversation between Greg Behrendt and his fellow (female) SATC writers, when they asked his advice one day. This conversation became the seed of an episode which struck a powerful chord with viewers. No matter what anyone might think, they are not transparent attempts to publicly mock our friends, enemies, or exes. However, we’re not going to say the thought didn’t cross our minds. -Greg and Liz. Table of Contents. Interesting book, a little pity but the truth. This is a investment. Before long, Greg became aware that this simple phrase had the power to change women’s lives. He’s Just Not That Into You’ is now a worldwide phenomenon.

Maybe he’s intimidated by me. He just got out of a relationship The truth may be, He’s just not that into you. Unfortunately, guys are too terrified to ever directly tell a woman. He just got out of a relationship. Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo are here to say that-despite good intentions-you’re wasting your time. The truth may be, He’s just not that into you. Unfortunately, guys are too terrified to ever directly tell a woman, You're not the one. But their actions absolutely show how they feel.

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Comments: (7)
You've probably told yourself all of this stuff before, but seeing it in writing really brings it home. I feel like this book has changed my entire perspective on dating and when I feel like there's any inkling of a guy "not being that into me", I quickly end the communication. No point wasting our time!
I've had some push back from male friends who I explained this to and they said I can't base life off of a book written by people who can't know how EVERY single guy thinks, but the reality is that if the guy doesn't think the way I do about this--I don't want him!
On the same token, I've had some male friends who agreed that what's stated is true: if a man wants a woman, he goes and gets her!
If he is really that into you, you will know.
There will be no doubting or questioning.
This book just reaffirmed my inner voice that was telling me this kind of stuff but I always brushed aside in hopeless romantic style.
Not anymore!
If you're not that into me--bye!
if I read this 10 years ago, I never would have gotten married. So there's that.

Save yourself from terrible mistakes.
Move over diamonds, Greg Behrendt is a girl's new best friend. This book is hilarious and its humor will turn off any yearning for the man you thought was "into you" but not heard from in a while. (The book also gives women permission--and courage--to dump a man without feeling guilty.) The sad truth took a while to sink in that if a man really wants a particular woman, he'll move mountains to be with her. After reading this book I became very curious as to why men are sometimes so fickle--show interest in a woman then back off. This led me to delve into Dr Pat Allen's books and read John Gray's books ie Men are from Mars.... I have also found more in-depth answers--the psychological reasons why--in Robert Moore's King, Warrior, Magician, Lover.
I first read this when I was "head over heals" for a guy who was to "busy" for me. I was waiting for him to have time. The guy even read the book and did not like Greg at all. It took a couple of years to emotionally realize that this guy was just not that into me.

I spent a couple more years pursuing my interests and just being friends with guys...staying open. To my surprise I met an amazing new guy who has a busy job but always makes time for me. I met him doing what I love most ... dancing! We share the same interest. There are no games. He is thrilled to be with me. He is very good looking, very humorous, younger than me and we share the same values. He even lives near my extended family. He wants to spend his life with me and I want that too. I just reread Greg's advice. I think he is right on. Don't waste the pretty on guys that don't deserve you. I don't know if there is a guy out there for every woman ... But I would rather be alone than with a guy who is not that into me!

Every straight woman should be required to read this book when she turns 18 (if not earlier). The advice to make men do the asking is a bit antiquated, I think, and the advice is really only relevant to male-female couples, but the message behind the rest of the book is solid. If I would have read this years ago, I would have wasted so much less time in dead-end relationships, or pining after some dude that I kept making excuses for. It's harsh, and you may or may not go through some of the 5 stages of grief while reading it, but you'll be a better person for realizing he's just not that into you. One of the best purchases I have ever made.
I've spent my whole life making excuses for men and sacrificing my well being, my boundaries, and my self worth for men who were not into me. I've never been in a proper relationship, so my standards were low to nonexistent. I honestly had no idea what I was doing wrong to "sabotage" the relationship and felt there was something I was doing wrong and committing the same fatal mistake over and over. In reality, they were just into me in the first place or even if they were initially, I acted like it was ok to treat me like dirt, which kills any kind of attraction as confidence is sexy. Now, after reading your book I know what to look for and will be able to catch myself when I start making excuses for them. I'm so glad that a man wrote this book and it's coming from a male perspective, so I know it's trust worthy. At 29 years I actually feel more confident to start dating know I have a reference point in how to navigate it all.
As someone in my 60's with a good amount of life experience, I think this is a book with a very important message for girls/women from ages 12-85.

I read the book in a couple hours. For someone younger it might take 4-5 hours. I haven't rated the book five stars because it's a literary masterpiece, but because of its most important and clear message, with lots and lots of good examples.

The important message in this book is about how guys think and what they really mean when they say particular things.

I would have benefited from reading this book when I was younger, and if EVERY young woman read this book it would save many of them needless hours of heartache.
I get it! Oh, I loved this book. It's not just fun-to-read book, but a guide book for women to not to choose the wrong men. I'm not currently in a relationship, but wanting to start a new one. But I couldn't figure where to start. So as all smart ladies do, I bought a book for learning. I enjoyed the movie, too. In book there are many examples that I too did wrong for those men who never called me. While I was reading the last chapter, funny thing happened: a guy who I exchanged e-mail address 5 years ago and became friends on Facebook several months ago text me. Me before reading the book definitely texted him back; Me now questioned myself. Who want a guy who never called or texted for 5 years? I knew wanted to kill his time. Instead of wasting my precious time for him, I read through this great book! Girls, let's find awesome guys!