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Woman Vs Womaniser: What he knows vs  what you don't by [JOHNSON, JC]
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About the Author

Johnson is dedicated to the the personal development and well-being of young people. His work as a Life Coach and Behavioural Consultant is focused on helping youths fulfil their full potential, overcoming obstacles and breaking cycles through practical guidance. In recent years he has realised his gift as a writer. Coupled with his coaching skills he uses this gift to share his life experience as a teaching medium. His no nonsense, matter of fact manner is graphic and disturbing, inviting both an emotional and intellectual response of self reflection. At several times throughout the book you may identify yourself with one or more of the characters or map them. JC Johnson's writing style has a unique way of transporting you into his world by intelligently and involuntarily forcing you to see things through his eyes. In turn causing you to reflect upon the ways in which his extreme escapades can strangely relate to each of our own lives. The book effortlessly exercises a rare quality of being able to keep you second-guessing what will happen at crucial points and as a result makes for a cleverly gripping read. JC Johnson clearly has deep insight into relationships between men and women and on the whole he basis this knowledge around his ability to tap into his subconscious and pay closer attention to his intuition. The beauty of the insights found/shared in this book however, go beyond simply understanding how to use your intuition, but instead gives tips that help you recognise when to withdraw rather than attempt to breathe life into a dead relationship. This book will make it hard for any woman to continue in a relationship that is not solid without evoking some form of introspection. The book is a refreshing and valuable addition to the literature of human relations.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 859 KB
  • Print Length: 491 pages
  • Publisher: Insight Publishing; 1 edition (3 May 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0053TRGY6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 98 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #179,371 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Most of the places that J C Johnson referred to in this book, I know, as I am from London and was born around the same time as him. The description given on his life story doesn't seem 100% true. There are many times he seem to have exaggerated his status as being a "playboy" with reference to having so many women. It doesn't give a full description of certain period of his life into what he's actually achieved.. From the age of 19 to his present age of completing this book. He doesn't really mention what he done with his life during his 20's or 30's so you don't really know from what age he's changed and become a better person, or what he's done to inspire any young men or mothers who have teenage sons whose lost there way in life whilst entering adult life. I'm not quite sure why he wrote this book, its degrading to young women, especially white women,as this is what he portrays as his main interest in using and abusing them. It seems he has a racial issue with colour,,as he mainly refers to the colour and type of women he prefers. I think more time an effort should have been put into the final part of his life, as it seems like it was rushed just for closure, there was not enough thought an effort put into this book. Perhaps there might be a part 2, on what he's achieved in life into the 20th century.that could maybe inspire the new generation of society
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Womanising these days is the norm.. I am very sensitive so I think I pick up on things through vibes,and i have never let a womaniser win their game...but what this book made me see was the way men thought and that it didn't matter if a woman was beautiful or clever etc...it was an issue with them....and a lot of the time us women feel that it is something to do with us..looks..qualities etc.... so this book if anything has given me my confidence back, so I would like to say a huge thank you to the author. By far the best book I have read. It will answer all your doubts and questions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I've read a lot of books written by men warning women of the type of guys we need to look out for and the signs. This one stood out a mile for me as this looks at the type of man that many women (myself included) have fallen for. It's telling it from someone who was "that guy" and it's brutally, brutally honest. As proud as us girls can be and as much as we don't want to admit it there is at least ONE vulnerable female character in that book who we can relate to as once-upon-a-time it WAS US! Excellent read. My nieces are getting copies before their nineteenth birthday. That much I'm sure of. They need to know the type of men that are out there who prey on vulnerable girls. If only this book was out when I was in my teens. Things definitely would have been different.
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At times a shocking read, and hard to believe how far some woman will go to please him. I have in the past been naive when it's come to men and found myself relating to some of this, but fortunately also been strong enough to see the light sooner rather than later. Reading this has answered some of my questions, especially when you've been left wondering what you did wrong/or done to deserve this heartless cruelty. I strongly believe we have to make mistakes in life to learn/ strengthen us which is what I have done and like to think JC Johnson has too. My only criticism would be a time line/ age when things happened.
Personally I hope men aren't reading this book it would give them ideas/tips...even though I needed to change too. Hopefully the suggestions will now stand out as I look to a brighter future ;-) A Great read, well written, open and honest. would recommend to all woman
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I was very apprehensive at first mostly, due to the title. However, I did not want my own prejudice about the title to dissuade me from reading the content inside. I thought that this would be more like a “self-help” type guide, but to my surprise it was semi-autobiographical with a helpful narrative commentary. The author’s unique style of writing appealed to me as it was an easy read which can be read by anyone. At first I believed that the protagonist was an arrogant misogynist but throughout the book my opinion changed dramatically.
The storyline itself had me gripped and once I started to read it I felt compelled to read until completion. The book is very animated, engaging, funny and shocking but also very emotional and heartfelt. The most valuable content is the deep insight into the inner workings of man’s mind. The story is evidence for the commentary but the commentary is golden! I have learned the importance of learning from our parents and the influential role that parents play in our lives. We can only expect our children to flourish in a loving, caring, supportive, encouraging and nurturing environment. Children are very much like sponges they will absorb anything, that’s why as parents we need to be the embodiment of characteristics that we wish our children to display. Each reader can gain something from the key themes highlighted, at the very least it is an entertaining read. This would appeal to both a young and mature audience irrespective of gender. I feel like there still remains some unanswered questions, maybe that is deliberate and will possibly mean that a follow up book is in the making?
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