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He's Just Not That Into You: The No-Excuses Truth to Understanding Guys by [Behrendt, Greg, Tuccillo, Liz]
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‘The publishing sensation of the year.’ The Daily Telegraph

‘A new dating book, HJNTIY, is taking Britain by storm… The book cuts to the core of men's behaviour.’ Daily Mail

‘Sometimes an idea for a new book is so blindingly obvious that we think we should have written it ourselves. The concept behind He's Just Not That Into You is simple but speaks universal truth about the excuses men come up with to fob off women.’ Daily Express

‘This book, by the relationship consultants on Sex and the City, will be something of a Godsend, as it aims to make life easier for women who want to get past the crappy get-out lines fellas use. It's wickedly hilarious, and it's sure to turn you into a stronger, better-equipped gal!’ OK magazine.

'This book should be on every single woman's nightstand!….Six words to change your life forever.’ Oprah Winfrey


smart, funny and surprisingly upbeat

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 596 KB
  • Print Length: 227 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0007198213
  • Publisher: Harper Element; Film tie-in ed edition (2 Feb. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006Y0QBQC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 206 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,495 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A friend of mine raved about this book, so in spite of the put-down title (which I think generalizes men, and women), I picked up a copy. And yes, was disappointed. The book focuses on excuses women make to convince themselves that men are "into them" when they're "not." First, I thought the points were obvious - for example, a man who doesn't call when he says he would. According to the book, if he doesn't, he's not into you.
There could be a multitude of reasons why that aren't related to how into you he is or isn't. But that being said, the reasons may not matter. For the more appropriate question in my view is "How do you want to be treated in a relationship?" To instead ask whether or not "he's into you" is to assume that he's finding you lacking in some way. Yes, the book says you're great, pretty, etc. but if the authors really believe that, then why all the repetition of the only reason a guy isn't acting like Prince Charming is that you don't interest him enough (with the token positive comment added on after all the negativity)?
I don't think many women would want to be involved with or marry a man who treated them well only because he was "into her" and had treated other women poorly because he wasn't into them. Not me anyway - only a man who treats all women and men well is worth it, in my book.
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I do not know why it took me so long to get it. This book is basically telling you what your mum or best friends do, but somehow it seems clearer when you read it from a stranger and you can always go back to it.
I had a date not so long ago and it went great, I was over the Moon. After it the guy started acting funny: did not ask me out again yet he was still emailing me and giving me mixed messages. My mum told me: 'He's just not that into you' and I refused to believe it.. but girl was she right! After reading all the reviews about this book I ordered it and already got happier. Why obsessing about someone who does not care enough about you? Better move on than waste more of your precious time.
This new Mantra ('I am fabulous and I know it') was represented in the form of a second date: the new guy I dated made sure we set up a date to meet again before we had even finished the first date! White is white and black is black and I was trying to make it all grey, transforming a vague 'I'm not into you' into mixed messages (He's busy, he has a tight schedule, etc.) I was not getting but it's all very clear now. Guys are very simple ladies!
This book helps you to lift your self-steem and realise what's hard to realise (in a funny way): that 'great' guy you might love/like a lot/be very fond of is just not into you at all or as much as you are into him or would like him to be. It's hard to accept you're being rejected but it's far worse to waste your time with an idiot who does not realise just how great you are.
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If I, as a woman, was to say 'All men are the same,' there would be a upcry from men. Yet Greg has sold this book on the basis that he knows what men think as he is a man.
This book takes no account of what stage a relationship is at - if he does not define himself as your boyfriend, he's not that into you - well are we talking about after the first date, third date, third month? He should do all the asking out too, so should be into you even if he hardly knows you.
Thinking 'he's not that into you' is a put down to women. It is saying to me that it's something lacking in the woman. For example he's not that into you if he sees you only when he's drunk. Well clearly it's not good to date a man like this, but not because 'he's not that into you' but because he has a drink problem - put the responsibility where it is deserved.
Also, it does not encourage a woman to take her responsiblity for making the relationship work, you just turn up and he decides if he is into you or not. It does not work like that - relationships take work and commitment from both sides - men and women can wreck promising relationship by being too clingy, too possesive, not having time available, not showing their brillance because of lack of self-esteem, putting up barriers due to past hurt, and infinate number of other reasons. These people are not rare - most people have some baggage, and unless we recognise this in ourselves and our partners, we can go through a string of failing relationships just thinking they all were not into me, instead of looking at the real issues. This may be easier in the short term, but of no benefit in the long-term. It would be interesting to hear from people who used this book to discover that they really were with the right guy.
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