Girlfriend, He’s Just Not That Into You…

Book by Greg Behrendt called 'He's Just Not That Into You' Here’s the scenario: You really like this guy, but he’s giving you mixed messages. Been there, done that?… Me too!

Greg Behrendt, an executive story editor for “Sex and the City” has managed to turn 6 little words from a popular episode on that show into an opportunity to educate otherwise smart women on how to tell when a guy just doesn’t like them enough, so they can stop wasting time making excuses for a dead-end relationship.

Behrendt co-authors a book about how to “read” guys better with HBO writer Liz Tuccillo called “He’s Just Not That Into You“.

If you’ve always wondered about the messages he’s sending and what he could be thinking, this book explains it. It’s filled with a guy’s perspective on the dating scene, the signals guys give, and the vibes that girls SHOULD be picking up (but they’re usually not).

Behrendt is giving girls a wake-up call by explaining why guys do what they do, and what all those little signs really mean. Simply put: How to tell when a guy’s into you, and when he’s not.


Excuses, Excuses

If you’re like me, you’ll find that just about every reason you’ve ever used for ‘why things aren’t moving forward in this relationship’ will appear within the pages of this book.

What it all boils down to is this: If you find yourself making an “excuse” for why he’s acting a certain way, then (according to this book) you can bet “he’s just not that into you.” Time to get over him and move on, girlfriend!

Life’s just too short…

It’s an eye-opener. A reality check. A dose of cold hard truth from the male perspective. A good read. And, thanks to Oprah’s recent mention on her TV show, it’s also a best-seller.


Fun For All Relationships

Hey, I’m happily married (and thrilled to be out of the dating scene for 5 years now… and counting!), but I bought this book!

Why? Because it’s intriguing to me. It’s interesting to hear the guy’s point of view. It cuts through all the fluff and gets right to the point: Why guys do what they do, why they often send mixed messages, and how to interpret those messages. Plus, it’s written in the tone of good, light-hearted, and INTELLIGENT fun.

This book is empowering. I encourage all my girlfriends to run out and buy their own copy today!

It’s a book for smart people. It’s funny. And surprisingly uplifting. If you’re not motivated to jump into the driver’s seat in your relationships after reading this book, then you’ll probably always be content making excuses for why things aren’t progressing the way you thought they’d be, and you’ll likely be strung along for the ride (at your expense!) in your next relationship too.

But if you want to learn to read relationship signs like never before, then this book is for you!


See For Yourself