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Get the Guy: Learn Secrets of the Male Mind to Find the Man You Want and the Love You Deserve

Get the Guy: Learn Secrets of the Male Mind to Find the Man You Want and the Love You Deserve

Get the Guy: Learn Secrets of the Male Mind to Find the Man You Want and the Love You Deserve

Most dating books tell you what NOT to do. Here’s a book dedicated to telling you what you CAN do.In his book, Get the Guy, Matthew Hussey—relationship expert, matchmaker, and star of the reality show Ready for Love—reveals the secrets of the male mind and the fundamentals of dating and mating for a proven, revolutionary approach to help women to find lasting love.Matthew Hussey has coached thousands of high-powered CEOs, showing them how to develop confidence and build relationships that tr

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6 Responses to “Get the Guy: Learn Secrets of the Male Mind to Find the Man You Want and the Love You Deserve”

  1. Shell "Shell" says:
    185 of 195 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Motivational with Helpful Tips – Not an Epiphany on Dating, June 11, 2013
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    I’ll preface this by saying the few dating/relationship books I’ve flipped through or read descriptions for often come across as very condescending to women. This is especially true if meant to unveil the “male mind” and give it to us straight – the “ugly truth” type of stuff. They make women feel bad for being women. You come away from just one little paragraph feeling like men essentially don’t like women (beyond the physical). We’re told we need to be more feminine, but also think like men, less clingy, but not too independent – etc. Here is a book which focuses less on how women need to change their nature, needs, desires, etc, as if we’re hopelessly incompatible with men by nature, and instead it focuses on social skills & positive thinking modes for attracting & developing relationships with compatible men we actually like & who are worth OUR time & energy.

    None of this is earth-shattering, mind-blowing secrets that will give you some epiphany on love & life. Instead, it reads like common sense, the kind many of us missed the memo on, so that it’s not so “common” after all.

    This book doesn’t insult your intelligence, berate you for being a woman, tell you that you have to compromise your values, or leave with some sick feeling that manipulation of men & dishonesty with your own feelings/needs is the “secret”.

    The explanations of male thinking is also not “boys will be boys” trash that insists sexist and misogynistic behaviors are simply “biological” for men & have to be tolerated by women. Instead of making excuses, the author manages to be honest & fair in describing common male mindsets & how & why certain negative attitudes/behaviors are triggered (much as stereotypical female negative behaviors can be triggered by crappy moves on a guys’ part). Since a relationship is a dynamic, it’s only fair to adjust what you can control – yourself. So you learn very subtle methods to hone your social & dating skill to basically COMMUNICATE in a way that men in general will grasp correctly.

    This is why the book had some good advice & was worth the read – the basic idea is how to communicate who you are, how you feel, and what you expect accurately & in a way that is understood by men. So it’s not about changing who you are so much as really communicating it more clearly. If you’re the kind of girl whose friends & family & co-workers wonder why you’re single because they think you’re the bees knees, but for someone reason men you meet/briefly date aren’t valuing you the same way, then this might be a helpful read. You’re probably not sending the signals which communicate who YOU are correctly; you’re leaving false & bad impressions. So the book is really about being MORE yourself with communication that others understand & which creates the desired effect.

    A book which is founded on ideas about good communication & keeping integrity is one whose advice I feel I can trust & recommend. It has a “win-win” approach that doesn’t degrade men or women – how to get what you desire/need while giving someone else what they desire/need too. Building mutually satisfying relationships is the goal, not manipulating your dream man into marrying you (blech – what an idea!).

    I appreciate that this book is about subtle nuances too. Often we don’t know what we do wrong because it’s not anything big but a subtle signal, and we don’t know why our positive signals are ignored & that’s because they are TOO subtle. This advice rang true because I’ve noted men in general communicate more with action & are generally MORE sensitive than women, meaning they need LOUDER positive signals & SOFTER negative ones. The author refers to this as the “fragile male ego” which is really SENSITIVITY.

    It also rang true that we tend to attract someone when not interested in them because we’re being our authentic selves – so how do we replicate that comfortable inner state & natural outer state so we can be our best, authentic selves when interacting with someone we are attracted to? How can we communicate that quickly, when we may have a few hours, minutes, seconds even to inspire a guy to pursue us? This book gives basic tips on how to do that.

    I emphasize this book is very basic. Do not expect an epiphany. A lot of it may feel like reminders of things you know, deep down, but often forget or even compromise consciously.

    A downside: the book directs you to online videos for more “secrets” which are really just teasers which lead you to another video they want you to pay for. I can see this as being an endless goose chase designed to keep you hooked & shelling out money while learning very little. I’d have more respect for the author & brand if they took a less scam-like approach. The video they want you to buy has a long intro to sell it which does the classic “play on women’s…

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  2. Xavier W says:
    61 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Definitely Leading me into the right direction, November 18, 2014
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    Logic tells us that men make up half the human race, but why does it always seem so hard to find the RIGHT one? I have looked far and wide to find a man who will make me feel special and satisfy all my needs, but I tend to always find guys who are duds or who don’t end up wanting me after a certain amount of time. I’m not one to rely on self-help books for dating advice, but I picked up Get the Guy and read it cover to cover within a week. It is filled with very practical and effective advice on how to snare men and keep them in relationships. The flirting advice alone is worth the price of the book. I have historically been a terrible flirt, but this book helped me tap into the mind of a man to figure out what they’re looking for in a potential mate.

    That being said, finding a man isn’t the only thing we should be concerning ourselves with. I use a book called 27 Quick Life Transformation Tips: Simple & Effective Methods For Making This Your Best Year Ever to help me in virtually every other area of my life. Whether I need a few quick tips for a mental transformation or I need to figure out how to effectively save more money, this book is helped me innumerably. It has helped me jumpstart my career and my current healthy lifestyle. You could almost say that these 27 tips are like “life hacks.” They are easy to follow and all you have to do is keep a clear action plan moving forward. If you still haven’t found the right man, then I suggest checking this out to work on every other area of your life.

    Romance, though, is still a big issue for many ladies. I know it is for me. That’s why I have continued to follow the precepts in Matthew Hussey’s book. I’ve been on 3 dates with a guy who looks like he might be a keeper, and I have Hussey to thank for that. Again, though, if you want help in every other area of your life, I would suggest 27 Quick Life Transformation Tips to get you headed on the right track.

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  3. Ama Su Nilia says:
    86 of 98 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Terrific dating book for high value women, February 16, 2013
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    Ama Su Nilia (Right Here Right Now) –

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    Hussey is a terrific communicator and has the ability to convey meaning while still being fun. Thus, the book is well structured, easy to read, entertaining, and full of great advice regarding flirting, attracting and approaching men, dating and getting a man to commit. He gives plenty of tips and items of advice that work in real life (proven by me!).

    Hussey has a great insight into the male dating mind, so he is able to provide women with great advice that resonates with both women and men. Moreover, he treats women with respect and tells us to treat ourselves with self-respect, not to lose our marbles and lower our standards for any man who is not worth of us. The concept of high-value woman is empowering and so very true. Hussey doesn’t tell you to play games or fake who you are, but to be true to yourself, have standards, behave like a lady, have a life of your own, and be fun and playful.

    The book contains some free bonus links to some of his videos, which are really useful. I am not into any of programs or anything, though, so you don’t have to buy anything.

    The main down of the book comes when Hussey goes back to his former pick up artist and comes with “lines” to repeat or say. We are not what we say, but how we behave and who we are.

    Still, a very good dating book.

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  4. Elizabeth O says:
    76 of 77 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The authentic version of “The Feminine Mystique”, March 24, 2011
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    Elizabeth O (Virginia) –

    This review is from: How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul (Hardcover)
    Only in the last year have I realized “abstinence” is not enough. Chastity and the deep love of self that comes from understanding it have been absent from my radar.

    The Everts’ book, How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul, fills the void often left open by the traditional “abstinence” teaching. The book is for women of all stages of life and I hereby recommend it to all women.

    Check the records, Totus Tuus Press, I was one of the first 100 people to order this book on its debut day. Jason and Crystalina joined Brian Butler to write the Theology of the Body for Teens textbook we use for class, so I continued to refresh the page until the “Add to Cart” icon appeared.

    When the beautiful book arrived, I dived in and hardly came up for air. The Everts broke up five years of first hand female accounts, advice, and reasoning into twenty-one short chapters outlining the importance of chastity.

    Chastity: this is not your mother’s “abstinence” talk. This book peels away the layers of justification, insecurities, excuses, and settling that all women use and face. The Everts compiled a book that walks through the mindset of a woman, trekking through her darkest thoughts on the subjects of romantic love and self-love.

    Right off the bat, reading the title of the first chapter, “Missionary Dating,” made it clear this was not going to be a softball read.

    The chapter followed the air of the Bright Maidens’ posts about dating, picking out and detailing ten “types” of guys to avoid dating. Among the no-nos were “The Control Freak,” “The Smooth Criminal,” and “The Fixer-Upper/Problem Child.”

    It’s so easy to let the camouflage cover those red flags when we get attention we’ve been craving from a guy. This list helps us see A) if we might be settling and B) why it’s not worth it to eat from the dumpster instead of waiting for the banquet.

    Jason actually uses this dumpster metaphor in a more elaborate description of how this world convinces us to “just do it” and dive in now without consideration for our decisions’ consequences. Later chapters like “Grow a Backbone,” “Hang Up on Hookups” and “Wear Something Revealing — Be Modest,” weave this concept into the importance of valuing oneself.

    Women are not often convinced of their value, at least not until they change X, Y, and Z.

    Mirror, mirror on the wall

    “Once I’m thinner, it will be easier to be comfortable around people.”
    “When I clear up my skin, I won’t be as embarrassed to draw attention to myself.”
    “If I could just be a better singer, I know guys would like me.”

    The Everts spend the entire book attempting to realign the damage done by these mindsets. Each chapter builds upon the other, teaching lessons of love, value, and constructing a relationship with God.

    All the junk filling our minds separates us from the One who created us. Raking out the junk isn’t going to happen in the time it takes to read 300 pages, but reading the tough questions and hard pressing examinations in those pages aims to make us ask: Am I getting all that I can out of my life? Am I free?

    Jason and Crystalina gave women the authentic version of Feminine Mystique we’ve been missing. Near the end of the book, they quote Dawn Eden, author of The Thrill of the Chaste and a woman I had the distinct pleasure of meeting. She wrote:

    “A woman with the courage to step out into the unknown, risking temporary loneliness for a shot at lasting joy, is more than a “single.” She’s singular. Instead of defining herself by what she lacks–a relationship with a man–she defines herself by what she has: a relationship with God.” (Eden, 22)

    “Abstinence” really means nothing if we don’t balance our choices with reasoning. It is too easy to fall when we’re standing on a pile of sand. Choose to stand on a rock.

    As the Venerable John Paul II once said to an audience of students at Eurasia University in 2001, “Be courageous, fear nothing, and you will not be disappointed.”

    Consider buying a box of 44 books. Don’t faint, the publishers are selling this book individually for about $25 or by the case of paperbacks for $2 per book. The $88 box of books could be a fabulous evangelism tool for any girls, young ladies, or women in your life. I know I will find more than 44 girls who need to learn to love themselves, some for the first time.

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  5. Jojo from WI says:
    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Lessons in Love, May 3, 2011
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    This review is from: How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul (Hardcover)
    I learned the most important lesson from this book: In a partner, you should find someone who brings you closer to God and strengthens that relationship, not push you away and weaken it. Nowadays, it’s hard to find a decent person who has good values, but this book gives you hope. It lets you know that you are not alone feeling like this, and the right person is out there. You just have to have faith.

    This book is written to anyone who is single, and to people like me, who are in a relationship, but just need some guidance to know they are on the right path. If I had a teenage daughter, I’d give her this book to read, because it reinforces the moral idea of staying pure and waiting for the right man. If I had a son, I’d want him to read it, because it would teach him how to treat a gal! We definitely need more gents in this world!

    Great book! If you are looking at it–don’t hesitate–BUY! You will be very happy you did.

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  6. Gaby Cardenas says:
    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great book worth reading by every woman!!, April 29, 2011
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    This review is from: How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul (Hardcover)
    In this book I’ve found relief and comfort, also the strength to truly believe in what I think is best for me and my future. I learned that love comes naturally, and that I will know exactly when I find the person that God has prepared for me, in every sense. Relationships are not made for solving personal problems, both need to be complete in order to share and still grow learning from each other. I feel now more confident, and I am more willing to let everything in God’s hands. Thanks to catholicmatch.com for the advise of getting this book!

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